- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: Institute of Health & Society
Newcastle Biomedical Research Building
Campus for Ageing and Vitality
Newcastle upon Tyne
I joined Newcastle University in November 2010 and have since been involved with several research projects, primarily interviewing people aged over 60 years in their own homes. I am now part of the National Institute of Health Research Programme 'Supporting Excellence in End of life care for people with Dementia' (SEED) led by Prof Louise Robinson.
- MSc Social Research
- BSc (Hons) Psychology/Sociology
Previous Positions at Newcastle University
- Research Assistant on the STRIDE project
- Interviewer on the Do-Well trial
- Interviewer on Cognitive Function and Ageing Study II (CFAS II)
Prior to joining Newcastle University I worked for several years within the Voluntary and Community Sector. I managed a regional research and website initiative into training and skills development, and then moved on to research into funding availability to help produce a regional funding guide.
- Supporting Excellence in End of life care in Dementia (SEED programme)
Project Leader(s): Professor Louise Robinson
- Gott ZM, Baur N, McLellan E, Goodman C, Robinson L, Lee RP. Commissioning care for people with dementia at the end of life: a mixed-methods study. BMJ Open 2016, 6, e013554.
- Macdonald A, Neves S, McLellan E, Poole M, Harrison-Dening K, Tucker S, Bamford C, Robinson L. Co-designing new resources to support better quality end of life care with people with dementia and family carers. Journal of Dementia Care 2018, 26(1), 28-31.
- Poole M, Bamford C, McLellan E, Lee RP, Exley C, Hughes JC, Harrison-Denning K, Robinson L. End of life care: a qualitative study comparing the views of people with dementia and family carers. Palliative Medicine 2018, 32(3), 631-642.
- Lee RP, Bamford C, Poole M, McLellan E, Exley C, Robinson L. End of life care for people with dementia: The views of health professionals, social care service managers and frontline staff on key requirements for good practice. PLoS ONE 2017, 12(6), e0179355.