Dr Jane Vennik is a Senior Research Fellow within the Primary Care Research Centre at the University of Southampton. She joined the Research Design Service South Central team in April 2021 as a Senior Research Advisor.
Jane completed her PhD funded by NIHR-School for Primary Care Research in 2018.
Her research focused on the implementation of nasal balloon autoinflation for children with glue ear using a mixed methods approach.
Jane is an experienced qualitative researcher employing a range of qualitative methods to inform clinical trials, to develop and optimise interventions, and to support wider implementation of research findings. She is also an experienced research manager delivering NIHR-funded research projects within Primary Medical Care at the University of Southampton.
Jane teaches qualitative research methods in Faculty of Medicine and supervises undergraduate medical students and PhD/postgraduate students. Jane is also a member of the Faculty of Medicine Ethics Committee.