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Carole Mockford

 

RESEARCH PROFILE

My research interests include: informal carers of people with motor neurone disease, and of people with dementia, knowledge transfer, patient and public involvement, intensive health visiting programmes, parenting programmes, the use of both qualitative and quantitative methodology, Randomised Control Trials (RCT) and systematic reviews.

 

BACKGROUND

Since 2009 I have been a Senior Research Fellow with the Royal College of Nursing Research Institute in the School of Health and Social Studies. Prior to this I was a Research Fellow with the National Centre for Involvement in the University of Warwick and a Research Officer with the Department of Public Health at the University of Oxford. I am a graduate member of the British Psychological Society (BPS).

 

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECT

I am currently working with a team of international collaborators on the FIRE study (Facilitating Implementation of Research Evidence) - a pragmatic RCT with an embedded process evaluation on the implementation of evidence-based recommendations on continence care in nursing homes. The FIRE study is an international study including England, Republic of Ireland, Sweden and the Netherlands. The study is funded by the European Commission FP7 framework from 2008 to the end of 2012 and is a collaboration of the Universities of Warwick, Bangor, Ulster, Cork (Republic of Ireland), Fontys University (Netherlands), Karolinska Institute (Sweden), University of Alberta (Canada) and University of Adelaide (Australia).

 

PUBLICATIONS

Staniszewska S, Mockford C, Gibson A, Herron-Marx S and Putz R (published November 2011) Moving Forward: Understanding the negative experiences and impacts of patient and public involvement in health service planning, development and evaluation. Book chapter in Barnes M and Cotterell P. Critical Perspectives on User Involvement. Policy Press: Bristol, UK.

Mockford C, Stanizewska S, Griffiths F and Herron-Marx S PAPIRIS: a systematic review of patient and public involvement in NHS healthcare services. (under review with the International Journal of Quality in Healthcare)

Mockford C, Stanizewska S, Griffiths F and Herron-Marx S (2009) PAPIRIS study: a systematic review of patient and public involvement in NHS healthcare services. Report by the National Centre for Involvement, Dept of Health:London (to be released)

Brett J, Staniszewska S, Mockford C, Seers K, Herron-Marx S and Bayliss H (2010) A systematic review of the conceptualisation, measurement, impact and outcomes of patient and public involvement in health and social care research. Report for the UKCRC (also known as PIRICOM): www.ukcrc.org/patientsandpublic/ppi/understandingppi/ Brett et al 2010.pdf

Mockford C, Jenkinson C and Fitzpatrick R. Development of the Motor Neurone Disease Carer Questionnaire (MNDCQ) Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 10,5:463-469

Staniszewska S, Herron-Marx S and Mockford C (2008) Measuring the impact of patient and public involvement: the need for an evidence base. International Journal for Quality in Healthcare. 2008:1-2

Barlow J, Davis H, McIntosh E, Jarrett P, Mockford C and Stewart-Brown S. (2007) Role of home visiting in improving parenting and health in families at risk of abuse and neglect: Results of a multicentre randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2007;92:229-233. Barlow et al_2006.pdf

Mockford C, Jenkinson C and Fitzpatrick R. (2006) A review: carers, MND and service provision. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 2006; 7: 132-141.

Patterson J, Mockford C and Stewart-Brown S (2005). Parents’ perceptions of the value of the Webster-Stratton Parenting Programme: a qualitative study of a general practice based initiative. Child: Care, Health and Development, 31,1,53-64

 Mockford C and Barlow J (2004) Parenting programmes - the unintended consequences. A qualitative study. Primary Health Care: Research and Development volume 5 issue 3: 219-227

Stewart-Brown S, Patterson J, Mockford C, Barlow J, Klimes I and Pyper C (2004) Impact of a general practice based group parenting programme: results from a controlled trial at 12 months, Archives of Diseases in Childhood. vol 89, 6:519-525. Stewart-Brown et al 2004 pdf

Barlow J, Brocklehurst N, Stewart-Brown S, Davis H, Burns C and Mockford C (2002) Working in Partnership: the development of a home visiting service for vulnerable families. University of Oxford: Health Services Research Unit.

Stewart-Brown S, Shaw R, Morgan L and Mockford C (2002). The roots of social capital - a systematic review of longitudinal studies linking relationships in the home with health and disease. Health Development Agency.

Patterson J, Barlow J, Mockford C, Klimes I, Pyper C and Stewart-Brown S (2002) Improving mental health among children and their parents through parenting programmes in general practice: a randomised controlled trial. Archives of Diseases in Childhood; 87:472-477.

Patterson J, Mockford C, Barlow J, Pyper C and Stewart-Brown S (2002) Need and Demand for parenting programmes in general practice. Archives of Diseases in Childhood; 87:468-471.

Patterson J, Mockford C, Barlow J, Stewart-Brown S, Pyper C (2001) Is there a demand for community parenting programmes? University of Oxford:Health Services Research Unit.

 

RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Mockford C, Staniszewska S, Griffiths F and Herron-Marx S (2010) Oral presentation. PAPIRIS - Patient and Public Involvement in NHS healthcare services: a systematic review. INVOLVE 8th national conference, University of Nottingham.

Mockford C, Stanisewska S, Griffiths F and Herron-Marx S (2010) Oral presentation. PAPIRIS - The impact of Patient and Public Involvement on NHS healthcare services: a systematic review. The Royal College of Nursing annual conference, Gateshead.

Mockford C, Staniszewska S, Griffiths F and Herron-Marx S (2009) Seminar presentation. Patient and Public Involvement: what impact is it having on our NHS healthcare services? A systematic review. School of Health and Social Studies, University of Warwick.

Staniszewska S, Mockford C, Gibson A and Putz R (2009) Workshop. The iatrogenics of patient and public involvement. Critical perspectives on involvement. University of Brighton.

Mockford C, Herron-Marx S, Griffiths F and Stanisewska S (2009) Poster presentation. A systematic review of patient and public involvement in healthcare services. Developing an evidence base. University of Warwick.

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