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Dr Antje Lindenmeyer

Job Title
Senior Teaching Fellow
Department
Warwick Medical School - Education and Development
Phone
024 7657 4654
Research Interests

Antje is currently developing qualitative, interdisciplinary approaches to various aspects of oral and dental health. She is also interested in narratives of health and illness, especially collaborative family narratives and the experience of chronic illness.

Biography

Antje's current role is to develop an interdisciplinary research programme in oral health. The three main aspects of this programme will be 1) oral health as part of the self-management of long term conditions such as diabetes, 2) oral health, wellbeing and the patient experience, and 3)professional working and learning in dentistry. </p>Other research interests developed as part of her work for the Health Sciences Research Institute include health and illness narratives (with a special interest in communication about health in families), and the use of complexity approaches to understand the experience and self-management of chronic illness. She is co-applicant and qualitative lead for a Research for Patient Benefit funded study Understanding factors leading to low uptake of diabetic retinopathy screening in Primary Care (FLURRi). She has also been involved in systematic literature reviews (including Cochrane reviews on improving adherence in diabetes and the effectiveness of peer telephone support interventions). </p> Antje's teaching activities centre around research methodologies. She is a core member of the teaching faculty at Warwick Dentistry. Additionally, she teaches qualitative methodologies on the Qualitative and Comparative Methods module and provides introductions to qualitative research for medical students and practicing health professionals.

Title Funder Award start Award end
CSAG Diabetes Research Network Writing Group Diabetes Research Network Coordinating Centre 05 Oct 2011 31 Dec 2014
NIHR-RfPB via Gloucester NHS Trust: Understanding factors leading to low uptake of diabetic retinopathy screening in Primary Care National Institute for Health Research (DoH) 01 May 2010 30 Apr 2012