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Health services research in the Oxford region
In association with the Department of Health Policy and Public Health, Oxford Regional Health Authority.
|Statement||Sasha Shepperd, Diana Harwood, Angela Coulter.|
|Contributions||Harwood, Diana., Coulter, Angela, 1948-, University of Oxford. Health Services Research Unit., Oxford Regional Health Authority. Department of Health Policy and Public Health.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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To undertake research on patient outcomes and experiences of health services and specific interventions. This part of the unit's activity is achieved primarily through the award of project grants from the NHS and from other organisations which support health services research, but postgraduate students and health professionals employed by the.
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The third part is devoted to clinical and translational research methods, including the design and conduct of clinical trials and prognostic studies, as well as the principles of health services research and evidence-based medicine.
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InDavid joined the University of Oxford as a Postdoctoral Research Associate and will support the work of the Oxford Health Improvement team as part of his role. He also holds an honorary position as a Senior Research Associate at the School of Psychological Sciences, University of Bristol.
ﬁve books related to methodology including The Oxford Handbook of Quantitative Methods and the Guilford Handbook of Developmental Research Methods (with Brett Laursen and Noel Card). Little has been principal investigator or co-principal inves-tigator on more than 15 grants and contracts, statistical consultant on more than 60Missing: Health services.Series in Social Sciences.
OUP/CORE Lecture Series; OUP/Humanities Research Centre of the Australian National University Series.Angela Coulter is a UK-based health policy analyst and researcher, with special interests in patient and public involvement. A social scientist by training, she has higher degrees in health services research from the University of London and the University of Oxford.