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Dr Elizabeth Jamieson
BMA House, Entrance A, Mezzanine Floor
Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9JP
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Practice & Policy
  • UCL School of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
Biography

Dr Liz Jamieson graduated from the University of London with degrees in Physiology (1982) and Psychology (1995). She worked for many years in a high secure (special) hospital researching outcomes for mentally disordered offenders after discharge from high security. She completed her PhD at the Institute of Psychiatry in 2005. She was the Research Fellow on a Department of Health funded national study (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine/ Royal College of Surgeons of England) investigating the feasibility of collecting patient reported outcomes after elective surgery in both NHS day surgery units and NHS and Independent Sector Treatment centres. Liz joined The School of Pharmacy (Centre for Paediatric Pharmacy Research) in July 2009 to work on the CASCADE study (Maximising engagement, motivation and long term change in a structured intensive education programme in diabetes for children, young people and their families). She has also recently been involved in a study which aimed to understand young people’s experiences of anti-obesity drugs (PROMISE study).  She is currently working on a Pharmacy Research UK funded study aiming to identify and review the legal and ethical frameworks that underpin the practice of pharmacy when supporting older people and their carers in relation to medicine use. 


 

Research Summary

Follow up of mentally disordered offenders after discharge from high secure hospitals

 
Patient Reported Outcome Measures after elective surgery 
 
Maximizing engagement, motivation and long term change in a Structured Intensive Education Programme in Diabetes for children, young people and their families: Child and Adolescent Structured Competencies Approach to Diabetes Education (CASCADE study) 
 
Understanding young people’s experiences of anti-obesity drugs (PROMISE study)

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