Dr Sally GilesBA (Hon's), MPhil, PhD

Research Fellow

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Overview

Research Fellow at the NIHR Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre.

Biography

Sally is a Research Fellow and a health services researcher with both qualitative and quantitative research skills and experience. She is based within the Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre.  Over the last 12 years Sally has led and worked on a variety of research projects relating to quality and safety in the NHS.  These  include research into incident reporting systems, correct site surgery, inpatient falls, shared electronic health records for patients with long-term conditions, crisis resolution in mental health and patient and public involvement in patient safety research.

Qualifications

BA (Hon's) Geography, University of Liverpool, 1994-1997 

MPhil, Faculty of Medicine, University of Liverpool, 1998-2000

PhD, Centre for Public Policy and Management,  Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, 2002-2006

Research Networks and Beacons

Biology, Medicine and Health (BMH) Domains

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