17 January 2011
Venue: Perrin Lecture Theatre, Blizard Building, Whitechapel
Professor Stephanie Taylor is principally engaged in very applied research – examining models of health service provision and interventions aimed at improving the daily lives of people living with common, intractable chronic conditions (chronic diseases). Professor Taylor will outline some of her own work, and the work of others, particularly around chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and describe some of the challenges, and potential solutions, associated with researching complex (or complicated) interventions for longstanding conditions. Finally, she will talk about
a more recent stand of work looking at people experiencing chronic pain.
Professor Taylor was born and brought up in the North of England and for many years considered herself a reluctant Londoner. Now she relishes living in this city along with all the opportunities it affords her as a researcher, as a clinician and outside work. Professor Taylor trained and maintained accreditation in both public health and primary care and has worked at Barts and The London for 12 years – initially joining as a part time clinical lecturer.
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