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Dr Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi (PhD, MRes, BSc) - personal details

Contact details

Role: Research Fellow

Tel: +44 (0)161 275 7628

Location:

Centre for Primary Care

 

6th Floor Williamson Building

University of Manchester

Williamson Building

Oxford Road

Manchester

M13 9PL

Websites

 

Biography

I joined the University of Manchester in 2004 after working in industry. I then completed a two-year project looking at patient priorities for aspects of prmary care. After this I was awarded an MRC stipend in order to complete my Masters research. Subsequently I was employed on a HS&DR funded project looking at the impact of new incentives across primary care. Along side this I conducted (and completed in April 2011) my PhD entitled "Contractual Change and UK General Practitioners: Still a Case of Street-Level Bureaucrats?" for which I was fortunate to be awarded a highly commended award in the 2012 Emerald/EFMD outstanding doctoral research awards.

My post-doctoral work has focussed upon the phenomenon of multi-morbidity (MM) and how patients experience and manage their multiple conditions.  Alongside this I am the PI on a project looking at medicine-taking in MM patients.  I am now also the Research Fellow for the general practice theme of the National Institute for Health Resarch (NIHR) Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre and this will form the focus of my work for the forseeable future.

Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies

- Member of the University's research ethics committee

- Member of the Athena Swan Committee 

- Member of the Evidence Synthesis Network Committee

- Member of Research Staff Association

- Member of the British Sociological Association

Qualifications

2007-2011: PhD Medicine, University of Manchester

2006-2007: MRes Primary Care (Distinction), University of Manchester

1998-2001: BSc Zoology (First Class), University of Manchester

Role


Teaching

I am a teaching assistant on the Qualitative Research Methods (QRM) Module which is part of the Masters in Public Health/Masters of Research degree. I have also facilitated workshops aimed at introducing faculty students not registered on formal courses into the world of QRM within the Faculty and as part of an MSc in Rheumatology offered by Keele University.

I am also a Tutor for Personal and Professional Development to a group of 12 Undergrate Medical Students.

I am currently supervising three PhD students:

- Abigail Methley - "Psychological needs of, and access to services for, people with multiple sclerosis"

- Jonathan Stokes - "Integrated care, patient safety and CCGs"

-Shoba Dawson - "Patient and public involvement in patient safety: Black minority and ethnic groups"

Two Master Students:

- MRes student's Colleen Mclean and Aysha Khan.

I am also acting as an advisor for PhD Student Raymond Tweheyo and Naomi Wood.