Dr Mabel Lie
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- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 7510
- Address: School of Geography, Politics and Sociology
Claremont Bridge Building
Newcastle upon Tyne
After completing my PhD in Sociology and Social Policy (Newcastle University, 2005) on childcare in Chinese and Bangladeshi communities, I worked on a Big Lottery funded project on older people as volunteers. Moving to Health Services Research, my research has covered the experiences of abortion in a clinical trial, decision-making about the hyper-acute treatment of stroke (both funded by NIHR) and gestational diabetes with a view to developing a diabetes prevention intervention (funded by Diabetes UK). In 2011 I completed work on a project about an ambient home monitoring system for older people (funded by TSB) and work with an NIHR research fellow in a project on 'Designing a Decision Aid for Choice of Urinary Diversion with Cystectomy'. In the same year I started work as a research associate on a multi-centre cohort study (MERIDIAN, NIHR-HTA funded)) assessing the role of MRI scanning in the diagnosis of fetal brain abnormalities in utero. The sociological study component involves working across faculties at the Institute of Cellular Medicine and the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, as well as with colleagues at Sheffield University's Clinical Trials Research Unit. In 2015, Ruth Graham and I were awarded an ESRC Impact Acceleration Grant administered by HASS to run a series of practitioner workshops across the UK to increase the potential impact of the findings of the sociological sub-study. Presently, I am involved in a range of qualitative studies evaluating or assessing the impact or experience of clinical interventions from the patient or clinician perspective.
1982: B.A.(National University of Singapore)
1983: Dip.Ed.(Institute of Education, Singapore)
1998: M.A. in Applied Linguistics and Bilingualism (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
2000-2004: ESRC CASE PhD studentship (Newcastle University) in collaboration with the Newcastle Early Years Development and Childcare Partnership (EYDCP)
1999: Research Associate, Minority Language Engineering Project (MILLE) at Lancaster University - feasibility study on the collection and text-encoding of Spoken Sylheti (Bengali) data.
My general area of expertise is in qualitative research in social policy and healthcare contexts, having interviewed black and minority ethnic participants, children, older people, young women, patients and health care professionals. I also have some experience in quantitative methods using SPSS. I am interested in comparative case study research, household research and social networks. I have particular expertise in a range of QSR software for qualitative analysis (most recently NVIVO7 and Atlas.ti), and in working with interpreters in research among speakers of other languages. In the past few years, I have developed particular skills in narrative interviewing on sensitive topics.
2011-2015: MERIDIAN - Magnetic resonance imaging to enhance the diagnosis of fetal developmental brain abnormalities in utero
Evaluation Study o Fetal Ultrasound Telemedicine Service (funded by the Academic Health Science Network)
Impact Study of EACH (Evaluation of Array Comparative Genomic Hybridisation) in the provision of cytogenetic services for the prenatal diagnosis of fetal anomalies across the UK (FMS Impact generation funds).
ALTAR (Alternative to prophylactic antibiotics for the treatment of recurrent urinary tract infection in women) - embedded qualitative study on trial participation
2004-2006: Research associate on the project 'Volunteering, self-help and citizenship in later life' at the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology. Collaborative research by Age Concern Newcastle and Newcastle University, funded by the Big Lottery Fund.
2006-2008: Research Associate, Institute of Health and Society.
Qualitative sub-study of women participating in the random and preference arms of a clinical trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy
2008-2009 Research Associate on DASH Objective 2: Decision-making about thrombolysis in hyper-acute stroke: determining patient and professional views, funded by NIHR
2009-2010 Research Associate on DPPP: Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development, funded by Diabetes UK
2010-2011 Research Associate on SHeL: Safe Home Living - the use and acceptability of remote monitoring systems for older people living alone, funded by the Technology Strategy Board
2010-2011 Research Associate supporting NIHR doctoral fellowship: 'Designing a Decision Aid for Choice of Urinary Diversion with Cystectomy'
Associate Fellow, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University
Associate Member (Academic), Centre for Translational Research in Public Health (FUSE)
I have refereed academic articles for the following journals
- Multilingua: Journal of Cross-cultural and Interlanguage Communication
- Population, Space and Place
- Social Policy and Society
- Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology
- Journal of Comparative Family Studies
- Global Networks
- International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
- Reproductive Health
- Social Theory and Health
- Journal of Nursing and Midwifery
- Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare
- Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
- International Journal of Women's Health
- Culture, Health and Sexuality
ESRC CASE studentship 2000-2003
2006: Writing bursary from the Institute of Policy and Practice
2015: ESRC Impact Acceleration Grant
Tutor in 'Medicine in the Community' course for Stage 1 and 2 MBBS students (2007-2012)
Qualitative research supervisor for Masters research qualitative study embedded within ASPIRE (Aspirin resistance among pregnant women at risk of preeclampsia)
- Lie MLS, Murtagh MJ, Burges Watson D, Jenkings KN, Mackintosh J, Ford GA, Thomson RG. Risk communication in the hyperacute setting of stroke thrombolysis: an interview study of clinicians. Emergency Medicine Journal 2015, 32(5), 357-363.
- Lie M, Lindsay S, Brittain K. Technology and trust: older people's perspectives of a home monitoring system. Ageing and Society 2015, 36(07), 1501-1525.
- Gray J, Lie M, Murtagh M, Ford G, McMeekin P, Thomson R. Health state descriptions to elicit stroke values: do they reflect patient experience of stroke?. BMC Health Services Research 2014, 14, 573.
- Lie MLS, Hayes L, Lewis-Barned NJ, May C, White M, Bell R. Preventing Type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: women's experiences and implications for diabetes prevention interventions. Diabetic Medicine 2013, 30(8), 986-993.
- Lie MLS, May CR, Kelly T, Robson SC. Let the computer choose? - the experience of participants in a randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy. Sociology of Health & Illness 2012, 34(5), 746-760.
- Brittain K, Lie M, Lindsay S, Olivier P. Remote monitoring within the homes of older people, can this be conceptualised as an extension of bodywork?. In: GSA 65th Annual Scientific Meeting. 2012, San Diego, California, USA: Oxford University Press.
- Murtagh MJ, Watson DLB, Jenkings KN, Lie MLS, Mackintosh JE, Ford GA, Thomson RG. Situationally-Sensitive Knowledge Translation and Relational Decision Making in Hyperacute Stroke: A Qualitative Study. PLoS One 2012, 7(6), e37066.
- Lie M, Hayes L, Barned NL, May C, White M, Bell R. Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development. In: Annals of Human Biology. Intergenerational and Familial Influences on Obesity and Related Conditions: 52nd Symposium of the Society for the Study of Human Biology. 2011, University of Durham, UK: Informa Healthcare.
- Lie MLS. Across the oceans: Childcare and grandparenting in UK Chinese and Bangladeshi households. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 2010, 36(9), 1425-1443.
- Lie MLS, Baines S. Older Volunteers: Capacities and Constraints. Language of Public Administration and Qualitative Research 2010, 1(2), 19-35.
- Lie M. Towards Equal Voices: Childcare and Children in Chinese and Bangladeshi Households in Newcastle upon Tyne. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishers, 2010.
- Lie MLS, Baines S, Wheelock J. Citizenship, volunteering and active ageing. Social Policy and Administration 2009, 43(7), 702-718.
- Robson SC, Kelly T, Howel D, Deverill M, Hewison J, Lie MLS, Stamp E, Armstrong N, May CR. Randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy less than 14 weeks' gestation (TOPS). Health Technology Assessment 2009, 13(53), 1-148.
- Lie MLS, Robson SC, May CR. Experiences of abortion: A narrative review of qualitative studies. BMC Health Services Research 2008, 8, 150.
- Lie MLS, Baines S. Making sense of organisational change – voices of older volunteers. Voluntas 2007, 18(3), 225-240.
- Lie MLS. Methodological issues in qualitative research with Minority Ethnic research participants. Research Policy and Planning: The Journal of the Social Services Research Group 2006, 24(2), 91-103.
- Lie MLS. Towards Equal Voices: Childcare Policy and Children in the Chinese and Bangladeshi communities in an English regional capital. Social Policy and Society 2006, 5(3), 349-358.
- Lie M. Shy but not Silent: A Socially Sensitive Study of the Speaking Abilities of Ten Sylheti Women. Multilingua 2002, 21(4), 371-398.
- Baker PM, Lie MLS, McEnery T, Sebba M. The Construction of a Corpus of Spoken Sylheti. Literary and Linguistic Computing 2000, 15(4), 421-432.