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Dr Glenn William Simpson BSc (Hons), MA and PhD

Research Fellow

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Dr Glenn Simpson, Research Fellow. The development and validation of population clusters for integrating health and social care (Cluster-AIM).

I specialise in qualitative research in fields such as health services research, public health, public policy and governance

Glenn is primarily a qualitative researcher who has skills in a range of methods including structured, semi-structured and narrative interviewing; focus group research; and ethnographic observational approaches. He is experienced in thematic data analysis. He has worked on a number of health services, public health and public policy projects including: 

Research interests

My research interests encompass a range of specific and generic fields of health services research, public health and public policy, in particular:

  •  Homelessness and health policy.
  • Impacts of employment policy and welfare reform on health.
  • Regional governance and devolution, including the impact of constitutional reform and the reconfiguration/re-scaling of UK governance on health and well-being policies.
  • Integrated care and the care home sector.
  • Local government and public health
  • Using Artificial Intelligence in research.

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Research group

Primary Care, Population Sciences and Medical Education

Research project(s)

AIM study - The development and validation of population clusters for integrating health and social care: A mixed-methods study on Multiple Long-Term Conditions (MLTC)

Qualitative research and analysis. Project management.

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Dr Glenn William Simpson
Faculty of Medicine, Room AB215, Mailpoint 801, South Academic Block, University Hospital Southampton, Tremona Road, Southampton, SO16 6YD

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