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Mrs Megan Liddiard 

Trial Coordinator

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Megan is a Trial Coordinator within Medicine at University of Southampton.

Megan worked as a physiotherapist before developing her career in supporting primary care research

Key interests are focused towards supporting primary care research interventions which may have a direct impact on improving patient care, specifically self-management techniques

 

BSc(hons) physiotherapy

HCPCN Registered

UKTMN member

 

Trial coordinator for MIDAS and MOMA studies- research studies aiming to determine the benefit of Mindfulness interventions in helping patients with asthma management .Also helping to support other primary care studies within the department (BARACK D study; CLASP study) , 2015-current date

Trial assessor for PDSAFE- a multicentre RCT designed to evaluate the effects of a personalised home programme of exercises and strategies for reducing falls among people with Parkinson’s, 2015-2016

Research officer for Primary Care Research Network, 2008-2014

Physiotherapist- clinical positions held, 1999- 2008

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Research interests

Supporting primary care research interventions which may have a direct impact on improving patient care, specifically self-management techniques.

 

Research group

Primary Care & Population Sciences Academic Units

Affiliate research group

Primary care Research group

Research project(s)

CLASP Cancer: Life Affirming Survivorship support in Primary care

MOMA Investigating the feasibility of a mobile mindfulness-based digital intervention for patients with asthma

Mindfulness is a type of meditation-based therapy that’s been used to treat a range of health conditions, including anxiety and depression. Currently, few studies have explored how mindfulness can help chronic health conditions like asthma.

Responsible for the trial coordination of the Mobile Mindfulness for asthma (MOMA) study which aims to see if ‘Headspace’, an online mindfulness-based ‘programme’ (app and website), can help people with asthma in managing their symptoms and improving their quality of life.

Helping to support the Cancer: Life Affirming Survivorship support in Primary care (CLASP) study. Helping to facilitate the recruitment to Study 4 of the CLASP programme- Renewed online. Aiming to recruit 600 practices across 3 centres to be involved in the RCT phase -evaluating the Renewed online web based intervention which offers lifestyle and well-being support for cancer survivors.

Mrs Megan Liddiard
University of Southampton
Faculty of Medicine
Primary Care and Population Sciences
Aldermoor Health Centre
Aldermoor Close
Southampton
SO16 5ST

T: 023 8059 1784
E: M.E.Liddiard@soton.ac.uk

Room Number:9590 AHC/143/S2

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