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Dr Brad Keogh MEng PhD

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Brad Keogh joined Health Sciences in 2014 whilst completing his PhD in the field of renewable energy, within Southampton's Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences. As a mechanical engineer Brad’s expertise covers the field of data analytics; analysing and visualising big data sets with the focus of generating useful insight and knowledge about the system under study. Brad is particularly interested in how to use data to evidence real decision making in practice, which begins to involve the field of informatics.

Targeted data analytics can help drive quantified decision making and interventions in the NHS and Social Care

As a member of the Centre for Implementation Science he is now working on supporting various Wessex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) quality improvement programmes through data analysis and data visualisation techniques. Involvement in programmes to date include: Alcohol, Mental Health, Dementia, Medicines Optimisation, Respiratory and Patient Safety. These projects involve working with national open data sets as well as Wessex-wide individual patient records.

Research interests

Supporting the AHSN quality improvement programmes with evidence from literature and data for change and evaluation of implementation.

Research group

Centre for Implementation Science

Affiliate research group

Wessex Academic Health Science Network (WAHSN)

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