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Dr Joseph Clark


Joseph Clark

Research Fellow in Palliative Care

Post Nominals BA, MA, PhD, FHEA
Biography Joseph joined the Hull York Medical School in 2016 having completed his PhD titled’ A Global Social Policy Analysis of International Palliative Care Development. He has a specific interest in international drug policy and palliative care development in low and middle-income countries. Joseph is currently lead researcher on several national and global projects and is leading the development of a global palliative care research strategy at Wolfson. Joseph welcomes enquiries from professionals and students interested in collaborating on global palliative care projects.
Research Interests BREATHE-INDIA: BREATHlEssness in INDIA - Development of a breathlessness beliefs and behaviour education intervention for use in the community-setting -

Exploring the association between chronic breathlessness and workforce participation, using Australia as an exemplar -

Estimating worldwide needs for morphine for pain in advanced cancer and proportions theoretically met by country estimates of requirements and consumption -

Improving Appropriate Access and Availability of Opioids for Cancer-related Pain Control in India: bridging the gap between policy and practice - a qualitative study

A cluster Randomised Controlled Trial to determine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the NAT-C in reducing unmet needs of patients in primary care

A cluster Randomised Controlled Trial exploring the feasibility of testing the routine use of the Needs Assessment Cancer (NAT-C) in primary care.

Clark J, Fabowale B, Currow D and Johnson M. Are opioids 'medicines' or 'drugs'? A discourse analysis of the annual reports of the International Narcotics Control Board.

Clark J, Ghoshal A and Johnson M. Feasibility testing of self-management techniques appropriate for chronic breathlessness management in India.

Clark J, Murtagh F and Johnson M. Global Challenges Research Fund, Responsive mode funding: £4000 An exploratory project with partners in Nepal, considering the feasibility and appropriateness of a programme of chronic breathlessness research in Nepal.
Teaching and Learning Joseph is a Fellow in Advanced Higher Education and postdoctoral lead for the Scholarship and Special Interest Program (SSIP) -

Joseph developed and is currently delivering a short module ‘Global Health and Palliative Care’ to second year medical students within Hull York Medical School. He also contributes to marking across several modules within the department.
Scopus Author ID 57199365101