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Doctor Joanne Turnbull

Doctor Joanne Turnbull

Lecturer

Research interests

  • Urgent and emergency careHealth workforce and organisationPatient help-seeking and access to careTechnologies in healthcare deliveryEthnography, mixed methods and qualitative methods

More research

Accepting applications from PhD students.

Connect with Joanne

Email: j.c.turnbull@soton.ac.uk

Address: B67, West Highfield Campus, University Road, SO17 1BJ (View in Google Maps)

Research

Research interests

  • Urgent and emergency careHealth workforce and organisationPatient help-seeking and access to careTechnologies in healthcare deliveryEthnography, mixed methods and qualitative methods

Current research

Joanne's current and recent programme of research primarily focuses on organising and delivering care in urgent and emergency care and patient help-seeking and access to services. 

 

Current and recent NIHR funded projects:

Exploring barriers to acceptance and adoption of trans-anastomotic tube feeding in babies born with duodenal atresia

Ethnographic study of patient pathways and workforce implications of NHS 111 Online (NIHR HSDR)

 

Previous NIHR funded research

Drivers of Demand for Emergency and Urgent CarE (DEUCE)

A study of sense-making strategies and help-seeking behaviours associated with the use and provision of urgent care services

The work, workforce, technology and organisational implications of the '111' single point of access telephone number for urgent (non-emergency) care

Research projects

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