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Professor Jeremy Dale



Professor of Primary Care


WMS - Social Science and Systems in Health
University of Warwick
Tel: +44(0)24 7652 2891

Research Interests

Research interests relate to the interface between emergency care and primary care, out of hours care, decision-making and decision support, ambulance service care, and the evaluation of new models of care; self-management in diabetes and prostate cancer; primary palliative care; sickness absence management and well-being at work. Methodologies include qualitative studies, quantitative studies and clinical trials.


Jeremy Dale studied medicine at Cambridge University and the Middlesex Hospital, London. Following GP vocational training in Oxford, he was appointed as a lecturer in primary care at King's College School of Medicine and Dentistry in London, becoming a senior lecturer in 1992. While in London, he also worked as a part-time GP principal in a busy general practice in one of the most socially deprived parts of the city. In 1997, Jeremy was appointed Professor of Primary Care at Warwick. Between 1998 and 2007 he was the Director of the Centre of Primary Health Care Studies and between 2003 and 2006 was Head of the Division of Health in the Community at Warwick Medical School. He is also a part-time GP with the Engleton House Surgery in Coventry.

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Post Graduate Supervision

  • Travel health consultations: a new model of health communication Date of Completion:2011
  • Accessing and Referring to Adult Palliative Day Care Services in the Arden Cancer Network: The experiences of Patients & Health Care Professionals Date of Completion:2008
  • Online selfassessment of healthcare needs by university students Date of Completion:2012
  • Training needs of GP registrars (MSc by research) Date of Completion:2002

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