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The aim of this research project is to understand parent-child interactions and family meal times in the context of clinically obese patients. This project is being undertaken by our PhD Research Student Chloe Patel, under the supervision of Prof Caroline Meyer and Dr Eleni Karasouli, WMS.
It is partly funded by University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust, and being conducted in collaboration with Dr Emma Shuttlewood, a clinical psychologist in the Bariatric Department at UHCW, and Dr Eleni Karasouli at Warwick Medical School.
This project is funded by the National BAME Transplant Alliance and NHS Blood and Transplant, as part of the ‘Living Transplant Initiative’ which is aimed at promoting organ donation among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. The project involves developing and trialling a video, and community programme to promote living kidney transplantation among the Hindu community in Leicestershire. The project will utilise behavioural theories to develop a culturally specific video to increase knowledge, and encourage renal disease patients and their social network to communicate about living kidney donation. The proposed project is a collaboration between the University of Warwick, University Hospital Leicester NHS Trust and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. A wide range of stakeholders will be involved in the project including clinicians, patients and members of Hindu and Sikh communities. This project is being completed under the supervision of Prof Caroline Meyer and Dr Sunil Daga.
Led by Prof Caroline Meyer in collaboration with Impact Innovation Ltd this project aims to develop and pilot an online digital course aimed at understanding and improving patient experience among NHS staff. Using a novel digital platform with bespoke content, that has been tried and tested among several NHS trusts, this work will lead to improvements in patient experience and the ability of NHS staff to deliver quality care.
This research project is being conducted by Duncan McCaig, under the supervision of Prof Caroline Meyer and Dr Mark Elliott. It is part-funded by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust. The broad aim of the project is to understand the connections and impact of self-monitoring of behaviours (including physical activity), on psychological well-being.