Professor Michael Moore is Professor of Primary Health Care Research within Medicine at the University of Southampton. He is an academic GP with more than 30 years' experience in a Salisbury practice.
He is part of the School of Primary Care and Population Sciences and Medical Education based within the Faculty of Medicine.
Michael's research interests include the optimal management of acute minor illness with a focus on antibiotic sparing strategies. He was the RCGP National Clinical Champion for Antimicrobial Stewardship 2012-15 and currently serves on the government advisory board for antibiotics (APRHAI). He is a member of NAMRIP, the University’s Network for Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Prevention strategic research group.
Other research interests include depression management, obesity, alcohol and liver disease.
Antibiotic resistance is a major public health threat. Tackling antibiotic overuse is a priority area for research.
Links to projects
Chinese Herbal medicine to aid AnTibiotic use reduction in exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (CHAT COPD)
A digital behaviour change intervention to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak: A rapid co-design, implementation and evaluation project. (GERMDEFENCE)
OPEN Project Out of hours prescribing
Reducing common infections in usual practice for recurrent respiratory tract infections: The RECUR Programme
VENUS Study – Developing a new approach to managing care home residents with possible urinary tract infection
STREAM - Screen and TREAt for Malnutrition
Patient-reported outcome measures for monitoring primary care patients with depression: PROMDEP randomised controlled trial
REDUCE (REviewing long term anti-Depressant Use by Careful monitoring in Everyday practice)
Current PhD Students
External roles and responsibilities
- Highest Rated Abstract Submission for the NAPCRG 2016 Annual Sccientific Meeting (2016)
- NAPCRG International Travel Prize (2016)
- Heel Prize European Society for Integrative Medicine (2021)