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Research project

Accessing medicines at end-of-life: a multi-stakeholder, mixed method evaluation of service provision


Lead researcher

Professor Sue Latter

Professor of Health Services Research

Research interests

  • Medicines management
  • Prescribing
  • End-of-life medicines management
Other researchers

Dr Natasha Campling


Research interests

  • My research is focused on understanding experiences and processes at end-of-life, to improve support for patients and family caregivers during this time.  To do so my research has focused on the following areas, often co-producing and implementing interventions: 
  • Self-management at end-of-life
  • Medicines management, particularly in relation to the use of strong opioids and the associated management of common side-effects

Dr Sean Ewings

Associate Professor Head of Statistics

Professor Miriam Santer

Professor of Primary Care Research

Research interests

  • Self-management of long-term conditions
  • Primary Care Dermatology - particularly eczema, acne and cellulitis
  • Mixed methods research including development and evaluation of complex interventions

Professor Alison Richardson PhD, MSc, BN, PGDipEd, RN

Prof in Cancer Nursing/End of Life Care

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Jacqueline Birtwistle,
Michael I. Bennett,
David Meads,
& Sue Latter
, 2022 , International Journal of Nursing Studies , 132
Type: article
Sue Latter,
Jacqueline Birtwistle,
Michael I Bennett,
David Meads,
Alison Blenkinsopp,
Liz Breen,
Zoe Edwards,
Claire Sloan,
Elizabeth Miller,
& Lesley Roberts
, 2022
Type: report
Liz Breen,
Elizabeth Miller,
Jacqueline Birtwistle,
Michael Bennett,
& Susan Latter
, 2022 , Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy , 6 , 100132
Type: article
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