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Dr Mark Pearson
|Biography||I joined the Wolfson Palliative Care Research Centre at Hull York Medical School in late 2017 as Senior Lecturer in Implementation Science & Knowledge Mobilisation. This means that I do research and teaching on how to get the best of what we know about treatments and care delivered in routine practice.
You can find a list of my published research here: https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/person/475624/mark-pearson/outputs
|Research Interests||I am a social scientist focusing on knowledge mobilisation and implementation issues in health and social services, in particular palliative care. My research focuses on how social, psychological and organisational factors interact and impact on how knowledge is used in practice. I use theory-driven methods to conduct research that informs both the development of interventions (the implementation and impact theories that underpin the ways in which complex interventions are proposed to work) and the evaluation of interventions (refining understanding of implementation mechanisms that are transferable across fields of practice).
Funded research projects (selected):
Johnson, M., Fallon, M., Currow, D., Norrie, J., Hall, P., Seymour, J., Chaudhuri, N., Bajwah, S., Keen, J., Higginson, I., Buchanan, D., Hart, S., & Pearson, M. (2018) ‘A parallel-group, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-consequence and cost-effectiveness of low dose oral modified release morphine (MRM) versus placebo on the intensity of worst breathlessness in people with chronic breathlessness’ - NIHR Health Technology Appraisal (HTA) Award 17/34/01 (£1,380,693) (Co-investigator)
Mattick, K., Pearson, M., Wong, G., Carrieri, D., Papoutsi, C., Briscoe, S. & Jackson, M. (2017) ‘Care under pressure: a realist review of interventions to tackle doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the clinical workforce and patient care’ - NIHR Health Services & Delivery Research (HSDR) Award 16/53/12 (£201,827) (Co-Principal Investigator)
Sheaff, R., Pearson, M., Lloyd, H., & Byng, R. (2016) ‘From programme theory to logic models for Multi-specialty Community Providers: A realist evidence synthesis’ - NIHR Health Services & Delivery Research (HSDR) Award 15/77/34 (£168,170) (Co-Principal Investigator)
Ismail, K., MacArthur, C., Bick, D. Johnston, T., Roberts, T., Oborn, E., Pearson, M., Tincello, D., Davenport, C., Daniels, J., Dean, S., Hay-Smith, J., Hemming, K., Kidd-Chadwick, J., Bridges, N., & Coleman, T. (2015) ‘Antenatal Prophylactic Pelvic Floor Exercises and Localisation (APPEAL) Programme’ - NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research (£1,893,723 - Exeter components £305,487) (Co-investigator)
Wong, G., Pearson, M., Mattick, K. & Brennan, N. (2014) ‘Interventions to improve antimicrobial prescribing in doctors in training: a realist review’ - NIHR Health Services & Delivery Research (HSDR) Award 13/97/24 (£187,540) (Co-investigator)
|Teaching and Learning||Undergraduate (MBBS):
Phase 1 Scholarship and Special Interest Programmes
Phase 2 Scholarship and Special Interest Programmes
Implementation Science for Advanced & Chronic Care (Module Lead)
|Scopus Author ID||23095363000|