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Rose has worked as a social researcher in health for over 8 years. She has worked across a variety of reseach project and has a particular interest in applied qualitative health research; working with people with disabilities and long term conditions; working with parents of children with disabilities and long term conditions. Rose is currently a research assistant on the General Practitioners and Emergency Department (GPED): Efficient models of care.
Areas of expertise
- Applied qualitative health research
- Development and disability
- Transitional care of young people
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MSc Social Research, Northumbria University, 2009
BSc (Hons) Sociology and Social Research, Northumbria University, 2008
Research Group Membership:
IHS - Children and Families
I am interested in using qualitative methods to explore various areas of service design, development and disability. I have a particular interest in young people and their transition from childhood to adulthood.
I work as a Research Assistant on:
GPED: General Practitioners in the Emergency Department
e-TIPS: early therapy in perinatal stroke
MAGIC III: Making good decisions in collaboration with patients
DARE: Aortic Aneurysm Repair - Decision making
Transition: How can we facilitate the move from children's to adult health services for young people with complex health needs
- Watson R, Parr J, Joyce C, May C, LeCouteur A. Models of transitional care for young people with complex health needs: a scoping review. Child: Care, Health and Development 2011, 37(6), 780-791.
- Lee RP, Hart RI, Watson RM, Rapley T. Qualitative synthesis in practice: some pragmatics of meta-ethnography. Qualitative Research 2015, 15(3), 334-350.
- Watson RM, Pennington L. Assessment and management of the communication difficulties of children with cerebral palsy: a UK survey of SLT practice. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 2015, 50(2), 241-259.
- Basu A, Pearse JE, Baggaley J, Watson RM, Rapley T. Establishing the ingredients and mode of delivery of an early therapy intervention in perinatal stroke. In: British Paediatric Neurology Association Annual Meeting. 2017, Cambridge: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
- Basu A, Pearse J, Baggaley J, Watson R, Rapley T. Participatory design in the development of an early therapy intervention for perinatal stroke. BMC Pediatrics 2017, 17, 33.
- Colver AF, Merrick H, Deverill M, Lecouteur A, Parr J, Pearce MS, Rapley T, Vale L, Watson R, McConachie H, on behalf of the Transition Collaborative Group. Study protocol: longitudinal study of the transition of young people with complex health needs from child to adult health services. BMC Public Health 2013, 13(1), 675.
- Colver A, Pearse RS, Watson RM, Fay M, Rapley T, Mann KD, Le Couteur A, Parr J, Mc Conachie HM. How well do services for young people with long term conditions deliver features proposed to improve transition?. BMC Health Services Research 2018, 18, 337.
- Basu AP, Pearse JP, Watson R, Dulson P, Baggaley J, Wright B, Howel D, Vale L, Mitra D, Embleton N, Rapley T. Feasibility Trial of an Early Therapy in Perinatal Stroke (eTIPS). BMC Neurology 2018, 18, 102.