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Staff Profile

Dr Kristin Liabo

Senior Research Fellow

Kath Maguire

I am a member of the PenCLAHRC Patient and Public Involvement Team. This team works to support and encourage members of the public to participate in various aspects of PenCLAHRC’s research, not just as data providers but in the prioritisation, planning and conduct of studies.
I have a background in childhood studies and systematic reviewing. After I worked on a study on research implementation I became interested in comparing the research priorities of researchers with those of the wider public, prompting the question ‘who decides what we should know?’ My subsequent PhD research focused on the barriers and facilitators to involving young people in systematic reviewing, with an emphasis on their involvement in setting the review question and influencing all decisions on the review protocol.
 

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Contact by phone
01392722895 or 07881448562

Employed by
University of Exeter

Areas of expertise
Patient and Public Involvement, qualitative research, systematic reviewing, childhood studies

Projects

MBCT-YP: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to prevent relapse in young people

The use of Tranexamic Acid in Hip Fracture Surgery (HipFrac TXA)

HemiSPaIRE (Save Piriformis and Internus, Repair Externus)

Publications

A systematic review of interventions to support looked-after children in school

What Works for Children and What Works in Research Implementation? Experiences from a Research and Development Project in the United Kingdom

Group-based parenting programmes and reducing children’s behaviour problems

Can traffic calming measures achieve the Children’s Fund objective of reducing inequalities in child health?

A review of key worker systems for children with disabilities

Conduct disorder and offending behaviour in young people: What Works? Findings from research.

'International: the UK and Europe' in Handbook of youth mentoring

Traffic calming and childhood injury on the road

Home visiting and childhood injury

Leaving foster or residential care: a participatory study of care leavers' experiences of health and social care transitions

Care leavers’ involvement in research: An ethnographic case study on impact

Public involvement in research: making sense of the diversity

Involvement in research without compromising research quality

Patient and public perspectives shaping scientific and medical research: panels for data, discussions, and decisions

What do practitioners want from research, what do funders fund and what needs to be done to know more about what works in the new world of children's services?

Development of the Oxford ankle foot questionnaire: finding out how children are affected by foot and ankle problems

A review of the research priorities of practitioners working with children in social care

Using research in practice: A research information service for social care practitioners

Consulted but not heard: a qualitative study of young people's views of their local health service

Breakfast clubs and school fruit schemes

Mentoring to reduce antisocial behaviour in childhood

Do behavioural treatments for sleep disorders in children with Down’s syndrome work?

'The Anglo-Saxon disease': a pilot study of the barriers to and facilitators of the use of randomised controlled trials of social programmes in an international context

Putting public health evidence into practice: increasing the prevalence of working smoke alarms in disadvantaged inner city housing

“How come I don’t get asked no questions?” Researching children and young people with challenging behaviour

Upcoming Events

Sep
27

Making sense of health research...

Plymouth - John Bull Building - SR4

An introduction to making sense of evidence   Introduction to Making Sense of Evidence During this talk a...
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Sep
28

Searching and Review Clinic

The University of Exeter, St Luke's campus, South Cloisters (Room 2.35)

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

Professor Rob Anderson wins prestigious book prize

15 September 2017

  Rob Anderson, Associate Professor of Health Economics and Evaluation, was one of the authors to...
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Job opportunity: Graduate Communications Assistant

04 September 2017

We are looking to recruit a Communications Assistant to support the Engagement, Research Information and...
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Stroke Association awards funding for stroke thrombectomy collaboration

16 August 2017

A study into a new and more effective treatment for acute stroke in England, carried...
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News

Research Projects

Improving the mental health of children and young people with long term conditions

Theme: Mental Health & Dementia

Systematic review evaluating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of interventions aimed at improving the mental health...
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Cognitive Monitoring in Planned Arthroplasty Surgery Study (CoMPASS)

Theme: Evidence for Policy and Practice

SWARM are developing a study looking at post-operative cognitive dysfunction (POCD). In an initial...
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Research Projects