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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Farhin Ahmed


Health Services Researcher



I am a health behaviour researcher with a background in mixed-methods research. My research career began at Teesside University's Social Sciences, Humanities & Law department, where I completed my studies in health psychology. Currently, I am completing my PhD in Health Psychology. I held multiple positions at Teesside University, including lecturer in Psychology and research assistant for Team Alpha (Co-Producing Alcohol, Criminal Justice and Public Health Research). In my previous role, I worked as a researcher in the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit at the University of Oxford.

Currently, I am a Health Services Researcher working on the COPD and assistive technology study. This study aims to assess and explore how assistive technology can support independence and well-being in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

COPD and AT Simplified study leaflet [DOC 352KB]

COPD and AT Reply slip to leaflet or invite letter [DOC 41KB]


COPD and AT Patient invite letter [DOC 40KB]

COPD and AT Patient study leaflet [DOC 73KB]

COPD and AT Patient information sheet [DOC 131KB]

COPD and AT Patient pictorial invite letter and information sheet [DOC 1,479KB]

COPD and AT Patient informed consent form [DOC 44KB]

COPD and AT Patient pictorial consent form [DOC 526KB]


COPD and AT Carer invite letter [DOC 41KB]

COPD and AT Carer study leaflet [DOC 79KB]

COPD and AT Carer information sheet [DOC 131KB]

COPD and AT Carer pictorial invite letter and information sheet [DOC 1,482KB]

COPD and AT Carer informed consent form [DOC 44KB]

COPD and AT Carer pictorial consent form [DOC 526KB]


COPD and AT Professionals study leaflet [DOC 46KB]

COPD and AT Professionals information sheet [DOC 205KB]

COPD and AT Professionals consent form [DOC 42KB]



Research Interests:

My areas of interest include developing health interventions to manage risk factors for long-term chronic conditions, particularly looking at ways to culturally tailor interventions for ethnic minority populations using a mixed-methods approach.

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