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Dr Cath Quinn

Senior Research Fellow

Kath Maguire

Cath Quinn (Weyer Brown) joined the Primary Care department in 2008, having previously worked in research positions in Exeter and Plymouth Universities and the NHS, and began her career in the history of psychiatry. Cath’s research has focused on mental health, particularly of socially marginalised groups. Specialising originally in qualitative methodologies she has developed an interest in mixed methods working, particularly within realistic evaluation frameworks. Areas of research interest: • Mental health • Socially marginalised groups, particularly offenders • Mental health recovery • The involvement of people with lived experience of conditions in research

Upcoming Events

Sep
27

Searching and Review Clinic

Room N14, ITTC Building, Plymouth

These clinics have been set up to help the PenCLAHRC Evidence Synthesis Team to manage and respond...
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Nov
16

Making Sense of Health Research...

Buckfast Abbey

  SAVE THE DATE Making Sense of Health Research Annual Conference 16th November 2018 You are invited to attend...
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News

The NHS turns 70: Celebrating public involvement in health research

05 July 2018

On Thursday 5th July 2018, the NHS turned 70 years old. Since its inception, the NHS has constantly...
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Job Opportunity – PenCLAHRC Events and Training Coordinator

28 June 2018

The University of Exeter Medical School are looking to recruit an Events and Training Coordinator within...
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Clinician-led research to inform new guidance for therapists

26 June 2018

The results of a clinician-led study will inform a new evidence based guide for therapists...
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Research Projects

UNTEST

Theme: Diagnostics & Stratified Medicine

How can we help GPs make better use of thyroid function tests?
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Sharing Evidence Routine for a Patient Centred Plan of Action (SHERPA)

Theme: Person-Centred Care

This project aims to offer a structured approach for GP trainees to manage consultations with...
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Research Projects