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Dr Hilda Hounkpatin 

CLAHRC Research Fellow

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Dr Hilda Hounkpatin is a CLAHRC Research Fellow for Medicine at the University of Southampton.

Qualifications

2011-2015: PhD Population Health, University of Manchester

2009-2010: MPH Public Health, Imperial College London

2006-2009: BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences, University of Surrey

Hilda completed a PhD in Population Health at the University of Manchester. Her PhD research focused on the role of psychological process in health and well-being. Prior to studying for a PhD, she completed a masters in Public Health and an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences.

Hilda is currently a research fellow at the University of Southampton and her role involves using electronic health records to better understand the impact of acute kidney injury and liver disease.

Research interests

My research interests focus on understanding the psycho-social and medical determinants of health and well-being, in order to improve population health and health care services as well as to reduce health inequalities.

Research projects

The Hampshire Acute Kidney Injury Study

HHRCKD Hampshire Health Record Chronic Kidney Disease study

Research group

Primary Care & Population Sciences

Affiliate research group

Population Health Sciences Research group

Research project(s)

Understanding treatment burden and enhancing capacity for older people with chronic kidney disease

This study is exploring people’s experience of managing chronic kidney disease (CKD) - a common long-term condition affecting about a third of older people in the UK.

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Dr Hilda Hounkpatin
Faculty of Medicine
University of Southampton
Primary Care and Population Sciences
Southampton General Hospital
Level B, Room AB230
South Academic Block
Tremona Road
Southampton SO16 6YD
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