Dr Dapo Ogunbayo
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 01912086186
- Address: Institute of Health and Society, Baddiley Clark Building, Richardson Road
I have a background in Pharmacy (B.Pharm, PhD) and Public Health (MPH). I joined Newcastle University's Institute of Health and Society in January 2016 as a research associate, working across a number of research projects, some of which include;
- Principal Investigator on a BMA Foundation funded project investigating polypharmacy associated with non-prescribed medicines use among older adults with multi-morbidity
- Research Pharmacist/Evidence synthesis analyst on the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Innovation Observatory - NIHRIO (www.io.nihr.ac.uk)
- Co-investigator on a Newcastle Gateshead CCG-funded project on self-management of COPD in primary care
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Pharmacy Practice: Manchester Pharmacy School, The University of Manchester (2015)
- Master of Public Health (MPH): Cardiff University (2011)
- Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm): University of Ibadan (2006)
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=S71GQpoAAAAJ
- Ageing, multi-morbidity and medicines use (polypharmacy) research
- Self-management of long-term conditions
- Multidisciplinary healthcare professional interactions
- Pharmacy and public health research
- Mixed methods research (sequential exploratory)
- Qualitative inquiry (phenomenological interviews, ethnography, participatory/co-design research)
- Evidence synthesis (systematic review, rapid scoping reviews, quality assessment)
- Horizon scanning strategies
- British Medical Association (BMA) Foundation Research Grant
- School of Primary Care Research (SPCR) Seedcorn Funding
TeachingMaster of Pharmacy (MPHARM) degree project supervision
- Ogunbayo OJ, Russell S, Kaner E. Exploring lived experiences is key to inform the development of self-management intervention for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in primary Care. In: The 16th Qualitative Methods Conference hosted by the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta. 2018, Banff, Canada.
- Russell S, Ogunbayo OJ, Newham JJ, Heslop-Marshall K, Netts P, Hanratty B, Beyer F, Kaner E. Qualitative systematic review of barriers and facilitators to self-management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: views of patients and healthcare professionals. npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine 2018, 28, 2.
- Ogunbayo O, Russell S. An Evaluation of Shared Medical Appointments (SMAs) to improve self-management in COPD. Academic Health and Science Network: North East and North Cumbria 2017.
- Newham JJ, Presseau J, Heslop-Marshall K, Russell S, Ogunbayo OJ, Netts P, Hanratty B, Kaner E. Features of self-management interventions for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease associated with improved health-related quality of life and reduced emergency department visits: a systematic review of reviews with meta-analysis. International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 2017, 12, 1705-1720.
- Newham J, Russell S, Ogunbayo O, Heslop K, Netts P, Hanratty P, Kaner K. Improving Self-Management Support and Planning in COPD in a Clinical Commissioning Group in the North East of England. 2017. Submitted.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. Self-care of long-term conditions: patients’ perspectives and their (limited) use of community pharmacies. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy 2017, 39(2), 433-442.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Russell S, Newham JJ, Heslop-Marshall K, Netts P, Hanratty B, Kaner K. Understanding the factors affecting self-management of COPD from the perspectives of healthcare practitioners. Primary Care Respiratory Medicine 2017, 27, 54.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. How do community pharmacists conceptualise and operationalise self-care support of long-term conditions (LTCs)? An English cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2017, 25(2), 121-132.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. "You just forget that the pharmacist is actually there…”: views of people with long-term conditions (LTCs) on using community pharmacy for self-care support. In: Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Conference. 2015, Riddel Hall, Queen's University, Belfast, UK: Wiley Blackwell.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. A qualitative study exploring community pharmacists’ awareness of, and contribution to, self-care support in the management of long-term conditions in the United Kingdom. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2015, 11(6), 859-879.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. Opportunities to promote self-care. The Pharmaceutical Journal 2014, 292(484).
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. Exploring the contributions of community pharmacy in supporting people with long-term conditions (LTCs): A future model of care based on ‘self-care'?. In: Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) Annual Conference. 2013, International Conference Centre (ICC) Birmingham, UK.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. Self-care support of long-term conditions (LTCs): A qualitative study of community pharmacists’ Perspectives. In: Health Services Research Network (HSRN) Annual Symposium. 2013, Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, United Kingdom: Universities UK. In Preparation.
- Ogunbayo OJ, Schafheutle EI, Cutts C, Noyce PR. Managing long-term conditions in the community - Scope for self-care. The Pharmaceutical Jornal 2012, 289(7732), 573-574.