Recent presentations

Recent presentations given by members of the CCHSR team will be made available below.

SAPC London and South East Region meeting, Madingley, 30 to 1 January 2014

The promises and pitfalls of mixed methods approaches, Jenni Burt and Emma Pitchforth

Society of Academic Primary Care, Nottingham, 3 to 5 July 2013

Quality improvement in primary care – has it improved patient care or just undermined professional values? “New problems need old values”, Martin Roland

Polypharmacy is not always hazardous: Retrospective cohort analysis using linked electronic health records from primary and secondary care, Rupert Payne

Why do patients with multimorbidity report worse primary care experiences? Charlotte Paddison

Do ethnic disparities in patient reported GP-patient communication vary by age and gender? Evidence from a national patient survey, Jenni Burt

My GP practice scores well on doctors’ consultation skills – so why doesn’t my doctor listen to me? Jenni Burt


Royal College of Physicians, London, 21 March 2013

Reducing emergency admissions – are we on the right track, Martin Roland


German Association of Health Economics, Essen, 11 to 12 March 2013

Pay for Performance – recent experiences and future challenges, Martin Roland

RAND Europe, Cambridge, 6 February 2013

The rising tide of long-term conditions: Meaning and implications of multimorbidity, Charlotte Paddison


SAPC London and South East Region meeting, Madingley, 31 January to 1 February 2013

“Mind the wires in the basement!”: Tales of research in poorly performing GP practices, Jenni Burt

Socio-demographic variation in experience of shared decision-making with GPs in England, Anas El Turabi

The association between patient experience and prescribing quality in primary care, Rupert Payne

Accuracy of patient-reported vs. HES-recorded ethnicity information: Evidence from the English Cancer Patient Experience survey, Katie Saunders

Communication in primary care and confidence in self-management among people with diabetes, Charlotte Paddison



  • Our research focuses on measuring quality of health care, evaluating approaches and policies for improving health care delivery, and analysing population health outcomes.