Usher PhD, MRes and MD students
PhD, MRes and MD students on the three postgraduate programmes in Usher - Global Health, Medical Informatics and Population Health Sciences.
PhD students registered on a PhD programme in Global Health
|Name (sorted in descending order)
|Community use of digital auscultation to improve diagnosis of paediatric pneumonia in Sylhet, Bangladesh
|Reconciling the mechanisms of HIV-1 infection acquisition and disease progression using phylogenetic and mathematical modelling
|The impact of strengthening paediatric surgical services in LMICs: Evidence of Global Surgery’s place in the Global Health agenda.
|Characterisation of the respiratory syncytial virus seasonality in the region of the americas to optimise the timing for immunoprophylaxis and vaccine policy using national surveillance data
|Task shifting and sharing in healthcare services: Developing the SHIFT-SHARE model in India
|Palliative Care in the Humanitarian Context: Evaluation of a Community-Based Palliative Care Programme for Rohingya Refugees
|Epidemiology of human metapneumovirus (hMPV) associated acute respiratory infections (ARI) in older adults and high-risk adults
|Exploring the spatial pattern and seasonality of Respiratory Syncytial Virus
|To build and research a curriculum to provide safe and effective physiotherapy CBR skills.
|Development and evaluation of online learning in palliative care for humanitarian contexts/crises
|Creating a sustainable system of data collection to improve educational outcomes for children in countries affected by conflict: A Case Study of Afghanistan
|The diagnosis and treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in asymptomatic pregnant women in Botswana
|Applying a Complex System Theory framework and Dynamic System Modelling methodology to Planetary Health?
|What are the conditions for developing and scaling-up sustainable palliative care services in Low to Medium Income Countries
PhD students registered on a PhD programme in Medical Informatics
|Name (sorted in descending order)
|Mats Stage Baxter
|M-health intervention on co-morbid patients with seasonal Allergic Rhinitis (AR) and Asthma
|Machine Learning-based Prognostic Models for Improved Asthma Management Using UK-Wide Electronic Health Records
|The use of mobile technology to determine outcomes from surgery
|Autonomy and Accountability for Healthcare Professionals working with AI and datadriven technologies: building positive value tension in practice
|Aryelly Rodriguez Carbonell
|Are anonymised databases truly anonymous?
|Using 'Big Data' - UK learning system for asthma
|Md Nazim Uzzaman
|Exploring the delivery of on-line asthma reviews as an option in primary care from the perspective of the patient, the healthcare professional and the organisation: a mixed-methods study nested in the IMP2ART programme of work.
|Longitudinal outcome assessment of clinical interventions in neurodevelopmental disorders using different modalitiesLongitudinal outcome assessment of clinical interventions in neurodevelopmental disorders using different modalities
|Artificial intelligence and ethical decision making in a resource-limited health care environment
PhD students registered on a PhD programme in Population Health Sciences
|Name (sorted in ascending order)
|The effect of mental disorders on the outcomes of and care for Out-of-Hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA).
|Developing Intervention to Enhance Quality of Life among Breast Cancer Survivors
|Jorge Crespo Suarez
|Chile's integrated primary public mental health services: a mixed-method sociological analysis.
|Multi-morbidity in non-communicable diseases and response of primary health care; a case study of Botswana.
|Esther González Hernando
|Data-Driven Innovations and Pandemics: Regulatory Responses
|Eryk Jan Grzeszkowiak
|Genetic Epidemiology: Food preferences genetics and its impact on food consumption and human health
|Genetic Risk Score to predict Alzheimer’s disease
|Wang Pok Lo
|The search for valid surrogate outcomes: review of current evidence and development of practical strategies for surrogate evaluation
|Clare Elizabeth MacRae
|Investigate patterns of multiple long-term conditions in individuals, in households, and in neighbourhoods, and in what ways these patterns relate to how people use health and social care services (for example, attending an emergency GP service, or needing social carers at home) and likelihood of death.
|Using existing data within the intensive care unit to augment a clinical trial of a novel diagnostic device.
|Sedatives and antipsychotics prescribed after discharge from the ICU: what are the risks?
|Tackling fundamental questions in viral epidemiology and vaccination using genomics and data science
|Barat (Baurzhan) Ospanov
|Anaemia management in Intensive Care Survivors: impact on clinical recovery and patient-reported outcomes
|Developing a community-based intervention on palliative care for elderly in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
|Patient and Public Engagement and Involvement in Research: The Impacts on, and experience of, those being involved.
|Cecilia Prieto Bravo
|Biotechnological management of the female body: The materialization of health and embodiment of risk through the mediation of hormonal contraceptives
|Brief Behaviour Change Intervention for Smokeless Tobacco (SLT) Cessation Delivered Through Oral Health Care Providers: Feasibility and Fidelity in Clinical Setting In Pakistan
students registered on a MD programme in Population Health Sciences
students registered on a MScR programme in Population Health Sciences