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Mrs Jane Vennik BSc (hons), MRes

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Mrs Jane Vennik is Postgraduate research student within Medicine at the University of Southampton.

Jane completed an undergraduate degree in Biology at University of Portsmouth, and an MRes in Public Health (Primary Care) at University of Manchester, which she passed with distinction.
Jane is an experienced clinical research manager, proficient in developing, implementing and managing clinical trials, from both within the pharma industry and, more recently, within Primary Medical Care at the University of Southampton. 

Following the successful completion of the HTA-funded AIRS study (Autoinflation for the treatment of school-aged children with glue ear), Jane conducted a nested-qualitative study to explore the barriers and facilitators to the wider use of autoinflation in the primary care setting and this formed the basis for a successful application for a PhD studentship from the NIHR School for Primary Care Research (SPCR).  Jane is now in the first year of her studentship, and her research involves the development of a web information/training package to support the wider implementation of autoinflation in primary care.

Qualifications
MRes Primary Care (Distinction): University of Manchester (2014)
BSc (Hons) Biology: University of Portsmouth (1988)

Appointments held
PhD student: February 2014.  Primary Medical Care, University of Southampton
Trial Manager: September 2012 – February 2014

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Facilitator for first year medical students BM4 (Student Selected Units – Health Improvement)
Qualitative research training for 4th year medical students (Primary Medical Care)

July 2015
Associate Professor Williamson (co-author) and PhD student Jane Vennik have been involved in a study for children with a common middle-ear problem. A simple procedure with a nasal balloon can reduce the impact of hearing loss and avoid unnecessary and ineffective use of antibiotics. Continue reading here. Media coverage can also be found here and here.

January 2015
PCPS PhD day, our yearly event where students present and receive feedback. Some of those students are funded by the SPCR, story here.

Mrs Jane Vennik
Faculty of Medicine Primary Care and Population Sciences University of Southampton Aldermoor Health Centre Aldermoor Close Southampton SO16 5ST Email: jv1v10@soton.ac.uk
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