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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Mr Imran Khan


Programme Manager

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7882 2524


I am managing the SURECAN study ( which is a NIHR funded programme of research looking at developing and trialling a talking therapy based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to people living with and beyond cancer to improve their quality of life. I am also interested in using ACT as a framework with spiritual/religious integrated psychotherapy.

I am also a member of the Clinical Ethics Committee at Luton & Dunstable Hospital.


Research Interests:

Living with and beyond cancer; cancer survivorship; cultural adaptions of psychological therapies; Islamic psychology; complex interventions involving psychological interventions; clinical trials.

Interested in developing a spiritually integrated psychological intervention using ACT as a model, to improve outcomes for Muslims.


Death be not proud: a commentary on Muslim acceptance of death in the ICU

Reflexivity, Cultural Safety, and improving the health of racially minoritised communities

A nurse-led, preventive, psychological intervention to reduce PTSD symptom severity in critically ill patients: the POPPI feasibility study and cluster RCT


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