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Dr Amy Grove



Assistant Professor


WMS - Population Evidence and Technologies
University of Warwick
Tel: 02476151584

Research Interests

Amy's research interests are: Health Technology Assessment, Knowledge Mobilisation in healthcare, Health Services Management and Policy and Implementation Science. Her methodological expertise are in evidence synthesis, qualitative and mixed methods.


Summary: Amy holds an undergraduate and postgraduate degree in Psychology and a PhD in Health Sciences. Amy's PhD was funded by the National Institute for Health Research Doctoral Research Fellowship (NIHR DRF) Programme. Amy has over 30 journal papers and 10 years of multidisciplinary research and research management experience. Her research spans the fields of psychology, operations management, health services research, health technology assessment and more recently organisational sciences. Amy's current portfolio of research crosses the disciplinary boundaries between clinical and organisational sciences, focusing particularly on implementation science and knowledge mobilisation as applied to healthcare services. Teaching profile: Amy teaches on Masters modules at WMS and WBS, included Understanding research and Critical Apprised (UReCA), Mixed methods for health Research, and Knowledge and knowledge translation in healthcare systems. Amy also teaches qualitative methods on the Integrated Clinical Academic Training programme at UHCW. Amy is an avid Ultra marathon runner, with a passion for the outdoors.

Research Projects

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  • Grove, Amy L., Clarke, Aileen, Currie, Graeme, 2015. The barriers and facilitators to the implementation of clinical guidance in elective orthopaedic surgery : a qualitative study protocol. Implementation Science, 10, pp. 1-8, View

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