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Joe Salmon is the mental health delivery lead research nurse for Research and Innovation at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. He runs a portfolio of mental health research studies with his trusted team. They ranged from commercial CTIMPs to more simple observational studies.
Joe has a particular interest in workforce health and systems, specifically the impact of presenteeism within the NHS.
Joe also leads on the Virtual Reality Lab within Southern Health.
Experienced public health researcher with expertise in all aspects delivering health research, with a focus on researching sensitive areas and conducting research with vulnerable groups. Previous research includes work to improve HIV/AIDS care, communication in palliative and end-of-life care, innovation in cancer care, and novel interventions for perpetrators of domestic abuse.
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-0673-9178
My practice background is community neurorehabilitation. My research interests are focused around social participation, fatigue, digital technology and supported self management for people living with acquired brain injury/long term health conditions. I am also interested in the therapeutic use of everyday digital technology within occupational therapy practice.
My practice background was in community neurorehabiltation. My research has focused on social participation, fatigue and acquired brain injury, as well as using everyday digital technology for self monitoring and supported self management for people with long term health conditions. I am also interested in the therapeutic use of everyday digital technology in to professional practice.
Research interests are in health literacy, cancer care , mental health (particularly for young people) and research with a focus on improving the the ability of individuals to participate in meaningful activities.
I am presently employed as a Research Associate within the Department of Health Care Profession at the University of Portsmouth. My Master's thesis, completed in 2022, centred on exploring the impact of COVID-19 professional practices of dental nurses. At the moment, I am engaged in a project that assesses the efficacy of an internship model allowing clinical staff to assume the position of Clinical Academic Educator at universities in the Southeast of England. My primary research focus revolves around workforce development, with a specific emphasis on non-medical clinical personnel, such as nurses, midwives, and allied health professionals.
Shoulder management in primary care
Shoulder Orthopaedic management
Outcome measures and how to use these to inform clinical pathways
shared decision aids for UL conditions
Dr Rhiannon Dunlop
I currently work as a Senior Clinical Psychologist in Portsmouth CAMHS Specialist Eating Disorder Service. My recent paper "Self-Disclosure by Adolescents in Therapy for Eating Difficulties: A Q-Methodology Study" is currently going through peer review with the hope to be published in the Journal of Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
My main research interests are around child and adolescent mental health with a particular interest in eating disorders.
I am an Anniversary Research Fellow in Medicine at the University of Southampton. My background is in Medical Engineering. My research area is upper-limb prosthetics with a focus on outcome measurement and understanding the realities of prosthesis use.
Senior Research Assistant at the University of Southampton. Supporting physical activity in people with long term conditions, self-management, behaviour change.
Ophthalmology research fellow with special interest in medical retina
Ms Rashi Arora
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Physiotherapist Team Lead. Sport and Exercise Science background and particularly passionate about exercise prescription within this intervention.
Research interests include Pulmonary Rehabilitation models, respiratory self-management, exercise prescription, educational delivery
Juan Mertel Morillo
I am a Psychological Therapist delivering CBT and ACT to people experiencing ME/CFS and Long Covid. Previously I have worked with people with Persistent Pain and I have extensive experience working in with people with Eating Disorders.
Dr Kate Greenwell is a Senior Research Fellow and Chartered Health Psychologist. She holds a joint post across the Primary Care Research Centre and Clinical and Experimental Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton.
Kate’s main research focus is on developing and evaluating complex interventions that support people with long-term conditions and their families/carers. She has a particular interest in digital interventions and has led on the development and evaluation of numerous digital interventions for eczema, sleep problems in ADHD, asthma, diabetes, tinnitus, recurrent respiratory tract infections, and carers of people with Parkinson's disease.