Dr Alexander Hodkinson

Presidential Fellow (Research)

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Overview

I am a NIHR Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Primary Care. My core research interests are:

  • Improving the quality and safety of patient care
  • Service delivery and interventions for mental health and psychological disorders in primary care
  • Workforce and healthcare staff wellbeing
  • Open access and transparency of clinical trials data
  • Long-term conditions and multimorbidity
  • Interventions for self-harm and suicide prevention
  • Digital technology use for health improvement
  • Evidence synthesis methodology and epidemiology

I am involved in a portfolio of externally funded studies (e.g., NIHR SPCR/ARC/HTA, MRC, Wellcome, NICE) on the above research topics. I am currently supervising Postdoctoral Research Associates, PhD and MSc students.

I lecture on a quarterly 2-day practical workshop on systematic reviews and meta-analysis for staff and students within the faculty and I teach as part of the 'Pratical Statistics for Population Health' MSc training course for Public Health and Primary Care Research.

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2016 - Doctor of Health Science, PhD in Medical Statistics, University of Liverpool (2012 - 2016)
  • 2012 - Master of Statistics, MSc in Medical Statistics, Lancaster University (2011 - 2012)
  • 2008 - Bachelor of Science, BSc in Mathematics, University of Liverpool (2005 - 2008)

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