Senior Investigator Profile

TitleProfessor
First NameSue
SurnameZiebland
Award StatusTerm 2
Current PostReader in Qualitative Health Research
DepartmentPrimary Health Care
Telephone01865 289328
Emailsue.ziebland@phc.ox.ac.uk
InstitutionUniversity of Oxford
NHS TrustOxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Region NameSouth Central
Primary Research FieldSociology
Secondary Research FieldHealth Policy & Services
BiographySue Ziebland is Professor of Medical Sociology and director of the Health Experiences Research Group, based in the Department of Primary Health Care. She is also a research fellow at Green Templeton College. in 2013 she was appointed as an NIHR Senior Investigator She tweets as @sueziebland Sue’s background is in medical sociology, with increasing focus on qualitative research approaches. Since completing her MSc in Social Research Methods Sue has worked as a researcher in the academic, NHS and voluntary sectors and has published over 130 papers and chapters in social science and health publications. Sue was invited (by Ann McPherson) to be involved in the DIPEx (now Healthtalk) projects when it was still at the kitchen table stage – back in 1999. She spent a considerable (and perhaps not surprising) amount of 1999 getting the projects through a national research ethics committee. Since then Sue has worked closely with colleagues in the research group, on the steering group and DIPEx charity to develop the methods used in the projects and raise funding for the research.Sue’s other research interests include people’s use of the internet for health information and qualitative research methods (which she teaches at various levels). In 2010 she has started a 5 year NIHR programme on the use of patients’ experiences on the internet, working with some splendid colleagues in Warwick, Northumbria, Sheffield and Stirling as well as Oxford. Sue edited (with Angela Coulter, Louise Locock and Joseph Calabrese ) 'Understanding and using health Experiences: improving patient care' which was published by Oxford University Press in 2013
 

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