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NameParticipant/ Sample group worked withStudy design and research methodsTypes of analysisResearch area Email address
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Kinda Ibrahim Frail older people in hospital, Helathcare professionals in primary and secondary care (nurses, junior doctors, consultants, GPs...), care home residents and family members, parents of childeren with mental health probelms, Primary care school teachers Focus groups; Interviews, observationGrounded theory; thematic analysis, Framework analysis using Normalisation Process Theory (NPT), framework analysis using the behavioural change Wheel and COM-B system along with Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) Ageing (frailty, sarcopenia, undernutrition, polypharmacy, deprescribing), ADHD (medication taking and discontinuation)k.ibrahim@soton.ac.uk
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Teresa CorbettPost-treatment cancer survivors, Individuals managing a long-term condition, Healthcare professionals in primary and secondary care (nurses, junior doctors, consultants, GPs...)Focus groups; Interviews Thematic analysis- inductive and deductive; qualitative synthesis; Person-based approach to intervention developmentSymptom management, health behaviour change, self-management of long-term conditions, survivorship, multimorbidity, ageingt.k.corbett@soton.ac.uk
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Jo HopePatients in hospital wards, carers of children with disabilities, older people in community projects, GPs, members of the public, nursing staffFocus groups, interviews (including Skype, email and telephone)Thematic analysis based on grounded theory principles; Lofland and colleagues method (some elements deductive); use of case studiesDisability, care, work, digital health, mixing online and offline modes, mixed methods, inclusive research methodsj.l.hope@soton.ac.uk
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Jaimie EllisIndividuals managing a long-term condition, family members and friends, young people, children (specifically with diagnosis of autism), health commissioners and community partnersPersonal network mapping, Interview technique (1:1 and focus group), 'creative' / innovative methods (photography, art) Thematic analysis informed by grounded theory, framework analysissocial networks / personal networks of support, self-management, implementation science, researching with hard to reach groups J.Ellis@soton.ac.uk
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Claire ReidyPeople living with Diabetes and diabetes specialist healthcare professionals, Commissioners, Health Visitors, People with both short-term and enduring mental health problems, and addictions.Focus groups; Interviews; Observations; Auto-ethnography(...), Lay ResearchersGrounded theory; thematic analysis, framework analysis + using the Behaviour Change Wheel (BCW) & COM-B model, along with Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) & Behaviour Change Techniques (BCTs)Diabetes (Type 1, Type 2), Social networks, peer-support, self-management of long-term conditions, lay Researchers, Implementation Sciencec.m.reidy@soton.ac.uk
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Nuno TavaresCOPD patients at diferrent stages of their disease trajectory and clinicians who look after these patients - GPs, practice nurses, repiratory medics and nurses.Interviews.
I'm using a pragmatic approach of IPA when analysing interviews with patients. When it comes to clinicians' interviews I'm using a thematic analysis.
Palliative care in COPD; communication between patients and cliniciansnct1g14@soton.ac.uk
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Rosalynn AustinPeople living with Chronic Heart FailureMixed Methods: Surveys/Questionnaires and InterviewsStatistics (Descriptive and relational). Combination of content analysis and thematic ananlysis to then compare where themes identified converge with a priori framework. Analysis informed by abducitve reasoning and pragmatic approach. Chronic Heart Failure, Self-care/management of chronic conditions, Burden of Treatment, mixed methods.r.c.austin@soton.ac.uk
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Nestor SerranoPeople with unhealthy obesity-related behavioursFocus groups, interviews, personal networks mappingThematic analysis, grounded theory? Not sure yetSocial networks, long-term conditions, health behaviour changeN.Serrano-Fuentes@soton.ac.uk
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Tara Cheetham-BlakeChildren (aged 7-11) with experience of stress, post-treatment cancer survivors, older adults, people living in the community experiencing lonelinessMixed methods: interviews (including face to face, phone, dyadic, and think aloud), questionnaires, and biological sampling (salivary cortisol and heart rate)Thematic analysis, person-based approach to intervention development, statistical analysisStress and coping, cancer survivorship, health behaviour change (with a focus on healthy eating), digital interventions, older adult's engagement with technology, loneliness, social networksT.J.Cheetham@soton.ac.uk
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Ruth ReevePatients with premalignant conditionsInterviews.Thematic analysis with grounded theory principlesPatient experiences of surveillance for premalignant conditions, communication with health care professionals, information needs.r.reeve@soton.ac.uk
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Sibyl Anthierenspatients, clinicians, informal caregiversprocess evaluations of RCTs, qualitative research (broadly-, implementation research. methods: using individual interviews, focusgroups, video material of consultationsthematic analysis/ sometimes grounded theory / framework analysis depending on the research question
to evaluate how evidence based treatment and management strategies are used or not used in everyday practice by patients and professionals in primary care and how this new evidence can be used to improve practice by tailoring interventions, evaluate and adapt them and implement them in practice
sibyl.anthierens@uantwerpen.be
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Meredith Tavenerwomen from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) from mid- and older-age cohorts, people aged 55+ for housing projects, women aged in their 90s for healthy ageing phone interviews, and recently people post-stroke for qual evaluationlongitudinal qual analysis (applied thematic analysis) of free-text comments, personal interviews, focus groups, telephone interviews, questionnaires, qual eval of RCTapplied thematic analysis (a-priori against theory, plus inductive), supervising PhD students in IPA and narrative analysis.
women's health, healthy ageing versus successful ageing, recovery post-stroke (patient experiences), self-efficacy, motivation.
meredith.tavener@newcastle.edu.au
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Mike BracherHCPs (Medics, Nurses, AHPs) in primary, secondary and community settings; Patients undergoing treatment for low-moderate risk prostate cancer and partners/family; adults diagnosed with an autism spectrum condition (without cognitive impairment) in adulthood, and partners/family; journal editors, regulators, ethicists and senior scientists (lab heads/professors) involved in in vitro research relating to brain tumours (pre-clinical).Study designs: Process evaluation; service evaluation and development; systematic review and qualitative synthesis; comparative case study (autobiographical literature); Delphi

Data Collection: ethnographic observation (developing interest), semi-structured (telephone, in person, and text); focus group; survey (free-text)
Thematic analysis, framework analysis, directed content analysis, Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis (IPA), Conversation Analysis (developing interest); use of text mining and text engineering tools to assist qualitative analysis of large free-text data sets; Critical Interpretive Synthesis; Meta-narrative review (developing interest).Implementation of complex healthcare interventions; Organisational behaviour change; HCP-patient/family communication in healthcare settings; systematic review of qualitative evidence; uses of patient experience data from large-scale free-text data sets.m.j.bracher@soton.ac.uk
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Kate LyleHCPs/3rd sector employees involved in bottom up innovation. Young people wilth chronic and acute conditions. Physical scientists Process evaluations and ethnographies

Interviews, participant observation, documentary analysis, coproduction
Science and Technology Studies (STS) informed theoretical analysis - ANT and NPT

Prospective research
Application of technology within healthcare settings.
Bottom up innovation
Co-production of innovation with patients and HCPs
Genomic medicine
k.lyle@soton.ac.uk
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