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Dr Jane Frankland BSc, PhD

Senior Research Fellow

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Dr Jane Frankland is an experienced mixed methods researcher, but has particular expertise in qualitative methods and in evaluation of complex interventions. She is a joint author on a methods text on focus groups and on a chapter on focus group analysis.

Her particular interests are the everyday experiences and work of health and illness; self-care and self-management; and the acquisition of health knowledge and skills.

Jane is currently leading an evaluation of a new model of follow up care for men with prostate cancer, the True NTH Supported Self-Management and Follow-up Care Programme, which is part of True NTH UK, a partnership between the Movember Foundation and Prostate Cancer UK.

 

I am a medical sociologist with aI am a medical sociologist with a history of research into experiences of health and illness and in project evaluation.

Research into palliative care in cancer and other life limiting conditions.

Research into older people’s experiences towards the end of life.

Research into experiences of adult children as carers for elderly parents towards the end of life.

Qualitative methodology, including focus groups

Medical sociology

Research interests

  • Research into experiences of adult children caring for elderly parents towards the end of life
  • Research into the experience of waiting for a kidney transplant
  • Evaluation of hospice care for non-cancer patients
  • Qualitative methods
  • Focus groups

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Complex Healthcare Processes

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Development, implementation and evaluation of the True NTH Supported Self Management and Follow Up Care Programme

Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer amongst men in the UK, with over 40,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Survival rates for prostate cancer are high. Men who have completed treatment for prostate cancer will typically attend regular, face-to-face reviews in the hospital clinic for up to 10 years. There is a need for alternative models of follow- up care: prostate cancer services are under increasing pressure due to numbers of men and a shortage of specialist nursing staff, and men report high levels of continuing unmet need in relation to their prostate cancer.

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Dr Jane Frankland
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