Professor Joy Adamson
Prof of Applied Health Research & Ageing
MRC Special Training Fellow in Health of the Public, Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol
Deputy Director York Trials Unit, University of York
Lecturer in Epidemiology, University of York
I have a broad range of methodological expertise, which encompasses: epidemiology; qualitative methods and RCTs.
NIHR HS&DR General Practitioners and Emergency Departments (GPED): Efficient Models of Care. £1,142,548.40. 06/2017 for 30 months (Co-applicant leading qualitative work)
NIHR HTA Surgical fixation versus non-operative management for patients with stable thoracolumbar fractures: a feasibility study £447,558.40. 05/2017 for 25 months (Co-applicant leading qualitative process evaluation)
NIHR HTA Project: 15/130/84 - External frame versus internal locking plate for articular pilon fracture fixation: a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. £1,576,184.60. 01/06/2017 to: 31/05/2022 (Co-applicant leading qualitative process evaluation)
NIHR HTA Occupational Therapy Intervention for Falls Prevention. £718,067. 05/2016 for 36 months.
TeachingI currently run the Introduction to Qualitative Research Module
- Scantlebury A, Sheard L, Watt I, Cairns P, Wright J, Adamson J. Exploring the implementation of an electronic record into a maternity unit: a qualitative study using Normalisation Process Theory. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2017, 17, 4.