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Rabeeah Aslam   MBBS MSc

Dr Rabeeah Aslam

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MBBS MSc

Staff academaidd ac ymchwil

Ysgol Deintyddiaeth

Email
AslamR2@caerdydd.ac.uk
Campuses
sbarc|spark, Ystafell 3ydd llawr, Heol Maendy, Cathays, Caerdydd, CF24 4HQ
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Trosolwyg

I have a background in medicine and work full-time in mixed-methods research. My research interests lie at the intersection of global mental health research and policy.

I have led and been part of multiple projects funded and commissioned by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR), European Union’s Horizon 2020, Health and Care Research Wales (HCRW), Cochrane, and the Department of Health in the United Kingdom.

Education

MSc Health Policy, Planning, and Financing
London School of Economics & Political Science / London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (joint degree)

MB, BS Bachelors in Medicine and Surgery
Sindh Medical College, University of Karachi

Ymchwil

Mental Health

I am the study manager for the Development of an Emergency Department Violence Intervention Programme Evaluation (EDVIPE), which evaluates the two Violence Prevention Teams using anonymised linked data in a controlled longitudinal natural experiment.  Emergency Department (ED) Assault-related attendance (ARA) is symptomatic of vulnerabilities, including poor mental health and alcohol and substance misuse. Addressing these vulnerabilities decreases the likelihood of subsequent unscheduled ED attendance. Hospital-based violence intervention programmes (HVIP) based in EDs have been proposed as a public health response to address the vulnerability associated with ARA. Despite worldwide interest in HVIPs, there has been no rigorous evaluation of this approach to violence.

I am also a Research consultant on a project where I am developing Continous Professional Development modules on Suicide and Self-Harm in Kenya.

I was also the Research Fellow on the UPSIDES (Using Peer Support In Developing Empowering Mental Health Services) project. This project also involves multiple sites and stakeholders across five countries. 

I was also a co-applicant and lead on evidence synthesis on an NIHR-funded feasibility and pilot study for a psychosocial intervention delivered by lay workers for asylum seekers and refugees. This study aims to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a psychosocial intervention programme designed to reduce emotional distress and health inequalities and improve functional ability and well-being among asylum seekers and refugees. I managed four researchers in this review. We are evaluating Project Management Plus (PM+), a psychosocial intervention the World Health Organization recommended for adults impaired by distress in communities exposed to adversity. PM+ provides clients with skills in managing practical problems and mental health problems.

I have held previous research roles, which directly contributed to UK mental health policy change. For example, as a researcher at the London School of Economics, I undertook the economic evaluation of the UK mental health policy for alcohol addiction in primary care. Furthermore, I was co-author of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Policy Briefing on the Parity of Esteem between mental and physical health services.

I was also a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London, in a collaborative NIHR-HTA funded systematic review with the University of Warwick, London School of Economics, De Montfort University and the Afiya Trust. The project (THERACOM) was a systematic review of interventions to improve therapeutic communication between black and minority ethnicity patients receiving specialist psychiatric care and professionals who deliver that care. This research highlighted the importance of empowerment and motivational interviews as essential elements of the therapeutic transaction.

Public Health

I have been the study manager for multiple projects. Two projects, STRETCHED (STRategies to manage Emergency ambulance Telephone Callers with sustained High needs - an Evaluation using linked Data) and HEAR 2 (Health Experiences of Asylum seekers and Refugees). My primary responsibilities involve managing the day-to-day of these studies, from submission to the Health Research Authority (Research Ethics Committee, Confidentiality Advisory Group, NHS Digital Data Access Request Service) to planning and conducting interviews, the stakeholder event, engagement with public advisory members, and managing data items identification and collection and managing four research paramedics in the participating ambulances services.

I was a Mixed Methods Researcher at the University of Liverpool for the North-West Connected Health Cities programme. I have conducted qualitative research on the North-West Connected Health Cities programme, which is funded by the Department of Health and Northern Health Science Alliance. The over-arching aim of CHC is to explore ways to use NHS and other data to make actionable information available to front-line staff in ways that support point-of-care decisions and help identify opportunities for improvements in safety, effectiveness and efficiency. 

I was a Systematic reviewer at the North Wales Organisation for Randomised Trials in Health & Social Care, Bangor University. I was the project manager and reviewer for collaborative NIHR-HTA-funded mixed methods systematic review of interventions for repeat teenage pregnancies (INTERUPT) with Cardiff University and the University of Sheffield. A Cochrane review was also embedded in this review. I was also responsible for the intervention development of two other projects on follow-up in gynaecological cancer. This project, TOPCAT G, has generated two Cochrane systematic reviews.

Evidence-based medicine/healthcare/policy

I was Senior Research Fellow at the Liverpool Reviews and Implementation Group (LRiG). I have led teams in conducting systematic reviews where all forms of data are considered for use in the synthesis of evidence, and application of the full range of synthesis methods is encouraged (e.g. quantitative, qualitative, realist). I have also been part of conducting clinical and cost-effectiveness reviews of new and existing health technologies. These Technology Assessment Reviews can take the form of either multiple technology assessments or single technology assessment reports. The team also conducts systematic reviews where all forms of data are considered for use in the synthesis of evidence, and application of the full range of synthesis methods is encouraged (e.g. quantitative, qualitative, realist).

This research is commissioned primarily by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment programme on behalf of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).

I was also the lead reviewer for INTERUPT. This was a methodologically innovative review which sought to use different methods of synthesis, meta-analysis, subgroup analyses, realist synthesis and thematic analysis to understand the a)who is at greater risk of repeat unintended pregnancies amongst young mothers? b) which interventions are effective and cost-effective, how do they work, in what setting, and for whom? c) what are the barriers and facilitators to intervention uptake?

One of the critical components of these projects is organizing and conducting the process of stakeholder engagement from expert panels and service user groups in the review. It involved communicating specialist material to different audiences, gauging their reactions and thoughts, and assessing the usefulness of different types of data. For THERACOM, there was considerable focus on patients’ experiences of health and illness. The process also highlighted a significant gap between knowledge production and implementation for evidence-based medicine, the voice of the population base for which the interventions are being sought.

 Successful grant applications

NIHR PHR Project: 17/44/42 - Feasibility study and pilot trial of an evidence-based low-intensity psychosocial intervention delivered by lay therapists for asylum seekers and refugees (PROSPER).
PI: Professor Christopher Dowrick (University of Liverpool)
Funded 8/2018 – 2020
Award: £543,069.17
Co-applicants: Lois Catherine Orton, Ewan Roberts, Ross George White, Rabeea'h Waseem Aslam, Helen Hickey, Atif Rahman, Girvan Burnside, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Philomene Uwamaliya, Malena Eriksson-Lee,  Julia Purvis, Ella Johnson

HCRW RfPPB on evaluation of interpretation services for asylum seekers & refugees in primary and emergency care
Funded 10/2020 - 09/2022
Award: £229,988.00
PI: Gill Richardson (Public Health Wales)
Co-applicants: Alicia Evans (BRC), Diethart B., Faruk Ogut (DPIA), Holly Taylor (WRC); Ian Russell, Ann John, Khanom A. Niro Siriwardena, Porter A.M., Rabeea'h Waseem Aslam, Rebecca Fogarty, Sam Baig, Samuel Moyo, Snooks H.A., Solmaz Safari, Watkins A.

 To deliver three continuous professional development modules on depression, substance use, and self-harm & suicide to frontline healthcare professionals, and the formation of clinical reference teams, in Kisumu and Siaya Counties, Kenya.
PI: John Owiti
Funder: Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Amount: £10,000
Christine Kapopo, Jane Wells, Director of Nursing, Samr Dawood, Mandisa Maplanka, Sunita Sahu, Priscilla Gicheru, Margaret Taylor, Peter De Backer, Neil Springham, Omer Hamour, Caleb Othieno, Joan Ahero, Miriam Wagoro Linda Mogambi, John Foster, Rabeea’h Waseem Aslam

 Evaluation of diaspora volunteering in Kenya
PI: John Owiti
Funder: Diaspora volunteering Bursaries for Health Partnerships, THET
September 2022 – February 2023
£10,000
Christine Kapopo, Jane Wells, Director of Nursing, Samr Dawood, Mandisa Maplanka, Sunita Sahu, Priscilla Gicheru, Margaret Taylor, Peter De Backer, Neil Springham, Omer Hamour, Caleb Othieno, Joan Ahero, Miriam Wagoro Linda Mogambi, John Foster, Rabeea’h Waseem Aslam

 Published
1. Aslam RW., Snooks, H., Porter. A, Khanom, K., Cole, R., Edwards. E., Evans, BA., Fothergill, R., Gripper, P., John, A., Petterson, R.,  Tee, A., Sewell B., Philips, CJ., Rees, N., Scott, J., Watkins, A. (2022)  STRategies to manage Emergency ambulance Telephone Callers with sustained High needs: an Evaluation using linked Data (STRETCHED) – a study protocol. BMJ Open 2022;12:e053123. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-053123

2. Nixdorf, R.,  Nugent, L., Aslam, RW., Barber,S., Charles, A.,  Meir, LG.,  Grayzman, A., Hiltensperger, R., Kalha, J., Korde, P.,l Mtei, R., Niwemuhwezi, J., Ramesh, M., Ryan, G.,  Slade,M., Wenzel, L., &  Mahlke, C. (2022) A multi-national peer support intervention: the UPSIDES pilot phase, Advances in Mental Health, DOI: 10.1080/18387357.2021.2020140

3. Rawlinson, R., Aslam, R.W., Burnside, G. et al. Lay-therapist-delivered, low-intensity, psychosocial intervention for refugees and asylum seekers (PROSPER): protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials 21, 367 (2020)

4. Katharine Abba, Rabeea’h Aslam, Keith Bodger (2020) How does current health information technology impact on patients and staff within urgent hospital care pathways? End of Project report, Connected Health Cities, Department of Health
https://connectedhealthcities.github.io/assets/north-west-coast/Section%204.10.1_Qualitative%20Pathways%20Research%20Report.pdf

5. Aslam RW, Hendry M, Booth A, et al. Intervention Now to Eliminate Repeat Unintended Pregnancy in Teenagers (INTERUPT): a systematic review of intervention effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, and qualitative and realist synthesis of implementation factors and user engagement. BMC Medicine. 2017
6. Aslam RW, Bates V, Dundar Y, Hounsome J, Richardson M, Krishan A, Dickson R, Boland A, Fisher J, Robinson L, Sikdar S. A systematic review of the diagnostic accuracy of automated tests for cognitive impairment. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2018 Apr;33(4):561-575. doi: 10.1002/gps.4852. Epub 2018 Jan 22. 

7. Aslam RW, Bates V, Dundar Y, Hounsome J, Richardson M, Krishan K, Dickson R, Angela Boland A, Eleanor Kotas E, Joanne Fisher J, Sudip Sikdar S, Louise Robinson L.  Automated tests for diagnosing and monitoring cognitive impairment: a diagnostic accuracy review. Health Technol Assess. 2016 Oct; 20(77): 1–74

8. Greenhalgh, J, Mahon, J, Boland, A, Beale, S, Krishan, A, Abdulla, A, Aslam, R, Kotas, E, Banks, L and Green, John (2016) Pembrolizumab for untreated PD-L1 positive metastatic non-small cell lung cancer [ID990]: A Single Technology Appraisal. LRiG, University of Liverpool, 2016

9. Greenhalgh, J, Aslam, RW, Mahon, J, Krishan, A, Boland, A, Beale, S, Kotas, E, Banks, L and Green, John (2016) Osimertinib for treating locally advanced or metastatic EGFR and T790M mutation-positive non-small cell lung cancer [ID874]: A Single Technology Appraisal. LRiG, University of Liverpool, 2016 

10. Charles JM, Rycroft-Malone J, Aslam R, Hendry M, Pasterfield D, Whitaker R. Reducing repeat pregnancies in adolescence: applying realist principles as part of a mixed-methods systematic review to explore what works, for whom, how and under what circumstances. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2016 Sep 20;16:271

11. Greenhalgh J, Mahon J, Richardson M, Krishan A, Aslam RW, Beale S, Boland A, Stainthorpe A, Bagust A, Kotas E, Banks L, Payne E. Pembrolizumab for treating advanced melanoma previously untreated with ipilimumab: A Single Technology Appraisal. LRiG, University of Liverpool, 2015

12. Whitaker R, Hendry M, Aslam R, Booth A, Carter B, Charles JM, Craine N, Tudor-Edwards R, Noyes J, Ntambwe LI, Pasterfield D, Rycroft-Malone J, Williams N. Intervention Now to Eliminate Repeat Unintended Pregnancy in Teenagers (INTERUPT): A systematic review of intervention effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, qualitative and realist synthesis of implementation factors and user engagement. Health Technology Assessment Volume: 20, Issue:16, March 2016

13. Bhui, K; Aslam, RW; Palinski, A; McCabe, R; Johnson, M. Weich; S. Singh, SP; Knapp, M; Vittoria, A; Szczepura, A. Interventions designed to improve therapeutic communications between black and minority ethnic people and professionals working in psychiatric services: a systematic review of the evidence for their effectiveness. Health Technology Assessment Volume: 19, Issue:31, April 2015

14. Bhui, K; Aslam, RW; Palinski, A; McCabe, R; Johnson, M. Weich; S. Singh, SP; Knapp, M; Vittoria, A; Szczepura, A. Interventions to improve therapeutic communications between Black and minority ethnic patients and professionals in psychiatric services: systematic review. British Journal of Psychiatry Aug 2015, 207 (2) 95-103

15. Aslam RW, Bhui K. Parity of Esteem as a guiding principle for commissioning, service provision and laws related to health care: what do we know. Ethnicity and Health, Volume 17, Issue 1-2, 2012

16. Aslam R, Knapp M, Parsonage M. Screening and brief intervention in primary care for alcohol misuse’, in Martin Knapp, David McDaid and Michael Parsonage (editors) Mental Health Promotion and Prevention: the Economic Case, 2010.  PSSRU, LSE

b) Accepted for publication
1. Dowrick C., Rosala-Hallas, A., Rawlinson, R., Khan, N., Eira Winrow, E., Chiumento, A,. Burnside, G., Aslam RW ., Billow, L., Eriksson-Lee, M, Lawrence, D., McCluskey, R., MacKinnon, A., Moitt, T., Orton, L., Roberts, E, Atif Rahman, A.,Smith, G., Edwards, RT., Uwamaliya, P., Ross White, R. Feasibility study and pilot trial of an evidence-based low intensity psychosocial intervention delivered by lay therapists for asylum seekers and refugees (PROSPER), NIHR report

Addysgu

Teaching

  • Current debates in Global Mental Health, for BSc Global Health course in Imperial College London (2020)
  • Seminar lead in the Design & Evaluation of Mental Health Programme module for the MSc. Global Mental Health for (2021)
    • Integrating mental health into primary health care,
      Design and evaluation of mental health and psychosocial support programme for refugees in Lebanon
    • Critiquing Quality in Research Papers, third-year DClin Psychology students at the University of Liverpool (2017 - current)
  • Introduction to Systematic Reviews, first-year DClin Psychology students at the University of Liverpool (2016 - 2017)
  • Therapeutic Communication in culturally diverse populations in Continuous Professional Development course on Global Mental Health and Cultural Psychiatry at Queen Mary, University of London (2013)
  • Peer Teaching I have mentored several juniors from my medical school during their medical school studies, examinations and postgraduate examinations (2007-2009)
  • Medical Student Bedside Teaching Focusing on history taking and clinical examination (2007-2009)

Assessment

  • Marking of undergraduate and post-graduate thesis

Talks

Invited as a speaker at the Centre for Global Mental Health London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine event series

Topic: Understanding Race and Global Mental Health

https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/newsevents/events/rebalancing-racial-injustice-glance-racial-injustice-different-lenses

Bywgraffiad

Rwy'n fyfyriwr gyda chefndir meddygol. Mae fy niddordebau ymchwil ar groesffordd ymchwil iechyd meddwl byd-eang, polisi ac ymchwil dulliau cymysg.

Anrhydeddau a dyfarniadau

Ceisiadau llwyddiannus am grant

Prosiect PHR NIHR: 17/44/42 - Astudiaeth ddichonoldeb a threial peilot o ymyrraeth seicogymdeithasol dwysedd isel sy'n seiliedig ar dystiolaeth a ddarperir gan therapyddion lleyg ar gyfer ceiswyr lloches a ffoaduriaid (PROSPER).
PI: Yr Athro Christopher Dowrick (Prifysgol Lerpwl)
Ariannwyd 8/2018 – 2020
Gwobr: £543,069.17
Cyd-ymgeiswyr: Lois Catherine Orton, Ewan Roberts, Ross George White, Rabeea'h Waseem Aslam , Helen Hickey, Atif Rahman, Girvan Burnside, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards, Philomene Uwamaliya, Malena Eriksson-Lee, Julia Purvis,  Ella Johnson

HCRW RfPPB ar werthuso gwasanaethau dehongli ar gyfer ceiswyr lloches a ffoaduriaid mewn gofal sylfaenol ac argyfwng
Ariannwyd 10/2020 - 09/2022
Gwobr: £229,988.00
PI: Gill Richardson (Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru)
Cyd-ymgeiswyr: Alicia Evans (BRC), Diethart B., Faruk Ogut (DPIA), Holly Taylor (WRC); Ian Russell, Ann John, Khanom A. Niro Siriwardena, Porter A.M., Rabeea'h Waseem Aslam, Rebecca Fogarty, Sam Baig, Samuel Moyo, Snooks H.A., Solmaz Safari, Watkins A.

 Darparu tri modiwl datblygiad proffesiynol parhaus ar iselder, defnyddio sylweddau, a hunan-niweidio a hunanladdiad i weithwyr gofal iechyd proffesiynol rheng flaen, a ffurfio timau cyfeirio clinigol, yn Siroedd Kisumu a Siaya, Kenya.
PI: John Owiti
Cyllidwr: Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Swm: £10,000
Christine Kapopo, Jane Wells, Cyfarwyddwr Nyrsio, Samr Dawood, Mandisa Maplanka, Sunita Sahu, Priscilla Gicheru, Margaret Taylor, Peter De Backer, Neil Springham, Omer Hamour, Caleb Othieno, Joan Ahero, Miriam Wagoro Linda Mogambi, John Foster, Rabeea'h Waseem Aslam

 Gwerthusiad o wirfoddoli diaspora yn Kenya
PI: John Owiti
Cyllidwr: Bwrsariaethau gwirfoddoli Diaspora ar gyfer Partneriaethau Iechyd, THET
Medi 2022 – Chwefror 2023
£10,000
Christine Kapopo, Jane Wells, Cyfarwyddwr Nyrsio, Samr Dawood, Mandisa Maplanka, Sunita Sahu, Priscilla Gicheru, Margaret Taylor, Peter De Backer, Neil Springham, Omer Hamour, Caleb Othieno, Joan Ahero, Miriam Wagoro Linda Mogambi, John Foster, Rabeea'h Waseem Aslam

Safleoedd academaidd blaenorol

Ionawr 2023 
Rheolwr Astudio
Ysgol Deintyddiaeth
Prifysgol Caerdydd

Sefydliad Cenedlaethol Ymchwil Iechyd Cydweithredol (NIHR) ar effeithiolrwydd a chost-effeithiolrwydd tîm atal trais clinigol wedi'i leoli yn yr Adran Achosion Brys

Hydref 2022 – Chwefror 2023    
Ymgynghorydd Ymchwil
Datblygu cwrs Datblygiad Proffesiynol Parhaus ar gyfer clinigwyr Kenya ar Hunanladdiad a Hunan-niwed.
Datblygu'r strategaeth werthuso ar gyfer cynllun ar wirfoddoli diaspora yn Kenya.

Ebrill  2019 i Fedi 2022
Rheolwr Astudio ac Ymchwilydd
Ysgol Feddygaeth Prifysgol Abertawe

Rhaglen Ymchwil Gwasanaethau Iechyd a Chyflenwi (HS&DR) Sefydliad Cenedlaethol Ymchwil Iechyd Cydweithredol (NIHR) ar strategaethau i reoli galwyr ffôn ambiwlans brys gydag anghenion uchel parhaus yng Nghymru a Lloegr
Prosiect Ymchwil Iechyd a Gofal Cydweithredol Cymru gydag Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru ar werthuso gwasanaethau dehongli ar gyfer ffoaduriaid a cheiswyr lloches wrth ddefnyddio gwasanaethau iechyd

Mai 2020 i Ebrill 2021
Cymrawd Ymchwil mewn Iechyd Meddwl Byd-eang
Ysgol Hylendid a Meddygaeth Drofannol Llundain

Prosiect Horizon 2020 yr Undeb Ewropeaidd ar ddyblygu a chynyddu ymyriadau cymorth cymheiriaid ar gyfer pobl â salwch meddwl difrifol, gan gynhyrchu tystiolaeth o arferion gorau cynaliadwy yn y lleoliadau uchel, canol ac adnoddau isel trwy ymchwil gweithredu dulliau cymysg.
Adolygiad o'r llenyddiaeth ar berthynas iechyd meddwl a phŵer byd-eang â chydweithwyr yn y Ganolfan Iechyd Meddwl Byd-eang

Ebrill 2019 i Ebrill  2021 
Cymrawd Ymchwil Anrhydeddus
Adran Bioystadegau 
Prifysgol Lerpwl

Ebrill 2017 i Mawrth 2019
Ymchwilydd dulliau cymysg
Adran Bioystadegau 
Prifysgol Lerpwl

Rhaglen yr Adran Iechyd Cydweithredol, nod cyffredinol Dinasoedd Iechyd Cysylltiedig yw archwilio ffyrdd o ddefnyddio'r GIG a data arall i sicrhau bod gwybodaeth y gellir ei gweithredu ar gael i staff rheng flaen.

Ebrill 2015 i Mawrth 2017    
Uwch Gymrawd Ymchwil
Grŵp Adolygu a Gweithredu Lerpwl
Prifysgol Lerpwl

Adolygiad diagnostig cydweithredol a ariennir gan NIHR ar brofion awtomataidd ar gyfer nam gwybyddol. 
Asesiad Technoleg Sengl (STA) ar gyfer cyffuriau melanoma a chanser yr ysgyfaint

Medi 2013 i Mawrth 2015  
Adolygydd Systematig (Swyddog Ymchwil)
Sefydliad Gogledd Cymru ar gyfer Hapdreialon mewn Iechyd a Gofal Cymdeithasol
Prifysgol Bangor

Ariannwyd adolygiad systematig ar y cyd gan NIHR-HTA gyda Phrifysgol Caerdydd a Phrifysgol Sheffield ar Ymyrryd Nawr i Ddileu beichiogrwydd anfwriadol yn eu harddegau. 
Datblygiad ymyriad: a) TOPCAT - G, b)        CHARISMA II 

Chwefror 2012 i Awst 2013    
Cymrawd Ymchwil Ôl-ddoethurol
Canolfan Seiciatreg, Barts ac Ysgol Meddygaeth a Deintyddiaeth Llundain
Queen Mary, Prifysgol Llundain     

Adolygiad systematig cydweithredol a ariennir gan NIHR-HTA gyda Phrifysgol Warwick, Prifysgol De Montfort ac Ymddiriedolaeth Afiya Cyfathrebu Therapiwtig mewn Poblogaethau Du a Lleiafrifoedd Ethnig: synthesis o'r sylfaen dystiolaeth.
Briff polisi ar Gydraddoldeb Parch rhwng briffio iechyd corfforol a meddyliol a baratowyd ar gyfer Coleg Brenhinol y Seiciatryddion

Gorffennaf 2010 i Tachwedd 2010      
Cynorthwy-ydd Ymchwil
LSE Health, Ysgol Economeg Llundain a Gwyddoniaeth Wleidyddol
Prosiect ar Sgrinio ac ymyrraeth fer mewn gofal sylfaenol ar gyfer camddefnyddio     alcohol

Mawrth 2002
Canolfan Feddygol Ôl-raddedig Jinnah, Karachi
Cynorthwy-ydd     Ymchwil
Prosiect ar gofnodi digwyddiad hepatitis B ac C ar gyfer cofrestrfa                                                                                     

Pwyllgorau ac adolygu

  • Aelod blaenorol o bwyllgor Moeseg Ymchwil Ganolog Prifysgol Lerpwl (Pwyllgor B)
  • adolygydd cymheiriaid ar gyfer tîm Moeseg Ymchwil Prifysgol Lerpwl
  • adolygydd cymheiriaid ar gyfer Wellcome Trust, Cyngor Ymchwil Meddygol (DU) a'r Sefydliad Cenedlaethol Astudiaethau Ymchwil Iechyd (DU)
  • adolygydd cymheiriaid ar gyfer nifer o gyfnodolion, gan gynnwys BMC Medicine, BMJ, Systematic Reviews, Conflict and Health

Meysydd goruchwyliaeth

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  • Goruchwylio traethawd ymchwil israddedig yn llawn ar y broses o gynnal digwyddiad rhanddeiliaid ar gyfer grwpiau agored i niwed
  • cefnogi goruchwylio adolygiadau systematig myfyriwr PhD
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