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Complex Healthcare Processes

About us

We are a thriving community of researchers, clinicians, educators and students: working together to change essential clinical practice through our cancer and palliative care research.

Our contributors include: nurses, allied health professionals, psychologists, statisticians, economists, anthropologists, pharmacists and sociologists; bringing a unique set of skills and perspectives to our work. This diversity not only attracts international interdisciplinary research collaborations, but also offers an array of methodological expertise; allowing us to ask the right questions to generate theory, influence policy, and change practice.  

Senior Cancer, Palliative and End of Life Care research group members comprise:

Professor Alison Richardson, the UK's first clinical-academic professor in cancer nursing, who holds a joint clinical chair between the University of Southampton and University Hospitals Southampton.

Dean of Faculty Professor Jessica Corner, who is regarded as a world leader in cancer survivorship research.

Professor Julia Addington-Hall, a psychologist who is internationally renowned for developing the VOICES questionnaire and researching end of life care from a public health perspective.

Professor Ann Bowling, an acclaimed social scientist with a worldwide reputation in how older people are cared for in health services.

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Working in partnerships

Collaboration is a key part of the University's research activities, we have a global network of partners working with us to address today's major challenges.

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