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Miss Jamie Ross
U3/55
Royal Free Hospital
Upper 3rd Floor
London
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Primary Care & Population Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

After obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Manchester, Jamie was appointed as a Research Assistant at City University working on a project investigating violence and aggression by haemodialysis patients and the psychological impact of this on staff and patients. 


Following this, Jamie was appointed as a Researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry working on a number of studies as part of a programme grant to reduce conflict (violence, substance abuse, absconding, suicide attempts etc.) and containment (physical restraint, as required medication, seclusion, coerced sedation, observation etc.) events in inpatient psychiatric units.

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Research Summary

Jamie's main research interests are: the use of new information and communication technologies, such as the internet and mobile phones, to improve health and health care; patient self-management and implementation. She is currently working on the NIHR programme grant to develop, evaluate and implement an online self-management programme (HeLP-Diabetes) for people with type 2 diabetes. 


Jamie is also currently undertaking her PhD part-time which focuses on the implementation of HeLP-Diabetes into routine NHS practice. This mixed-methods implementation study is being conducted in two CCG’s in North London to determine the uptake and use of the HeLP-Diabetes intervention in routine practice, and the resources needed for successful implementation. 

Teaching Summary

Jamie is a tutor on the Qualitative Research Methods in Health MSc run by UCL.



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