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Trish Greenhalgh

Trish Greenhalgh is Professor of Primary Care Health Science and Fellow of Green Templeton College at Oxford University as well as a practising GP. Her research seeks to celebrate and retain the traditional and humanistic aspects of medicine while also embracing the unparalleled opportunities of contemporary science and technology to improve health outcomes and relieve suffering. She uses innovative interdisciplinary approaches, drawing on narrative, ethnographic and participatory methods, to explore complex, policy-related issues in contemporary healthcare.
Greenhalgh’s current research projects include qualitative work to improve how we design, introduce and evaluate technology-supported integrated care in older people with complex needs.

Series featuring Trish Greenhalgh

  • Evidence-Based Health Care
  • Trust the Evidence
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1 Professor Trish Greenhalgh Professor Trish Greenhalgh and Kamal R. Mahtani in conversation in the third episode of Trust The Evidence. Kamal R. Mahtani, Trish Greenhalgh 20 Apr 2017
2 Creative Commons Theorising with narrative: How careful analysis of stories can help us rise above the ontological desert of ‘behaviour change’ research Professor Trish Greenhalgh gives a talk for the Centre for Evidence Baed Medicine. Trish Greenhalgh 05 Aug 2015
3 Storytelling in diabetes: a mixed-methods study The patient as storyteller and the story as ‘self management’ Trish Greenhalgh 07 Apr 2015
4 Research impact: the new jargon for knowledge to action If we are going to take impact seriously, we need to be clear about the philosophical assumptions underpinning different kinds of research and also the different kinds of links between research, practice and policy. Trish Greenhalgh 26 Mar 2015
5 Creative Commons The Campaign for Real EBM Evidence Based Medicine Professor Trish Greenhalgh gives a talk on the crisis facing evidence based medicine and offers a solution for its rennaissance within healthcare. Trish Greenhalgh 24 Mar 2015