Dr Peter Coventry - research
Peter is a senior research fellow in health services research with expertise in the design and evaluation of complex interventions to support cost-effective management of psychosocial morbidity in people with long term conditions (LTCs).
Collaborative care, self-care, and psychological interventions (including novel interventions such as mindfulness) are among key themes that underscore his current work in primary care mental health research. He is the Principal Investigator for a cluster randomised controlled trial that tested the cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for treating depression in people with diabetes and/or coronary heart disease: http://clahrc-gm.nihr.ac.uk/coincide/
He also has a track record in evidence snythesis and qualitative research. Highlights include Cochrane reviews and a RCGP prize winning qualitative study about the barriers to mental health care for people with long term conditions.
Peter is also a member of the NIHR School of Primary Care Research (SPCR) and contributes to work on coordination of care and supporting self-care for people with multimorbidity, especially mental-physical multimorbidity. Current SPCR work includes a multi-site randomised controlled trial of a nurse led telephone self-management intervention for early phase COPD, and an individual participant data meta-analysis of the effectiveness of collaborative care for depression and anxiety.
Collaborators and affiliated staff
- mixed methods in health services research
- longitudinal cohort studies
- clinical trials
- in-depth qualitative interviews and focus groups
- systematic reviews and meta-analysis