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Antoinette Davey

Research Associate

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Smeall building JS01

Antoinette graduated from the University of Exeter with a MPhil in Psychology specialising in Criminal and Social Psychology. She then went to work for the Devon and Cornwall Police Authority as a Policy Officer for two years.  She trained in Transactional Analytical Psychotherapy and is a volunteer psychotherapist outside of work. In 2009 she returned to the University to work for the Department of Primary Care in the Medical School on several GP patient survey projects, then on a number of studies on the Improving Patient Experience Programme Grant, before working on the CADENCE trial in 2015. She carried out work on the CADENCE trial until September 2016 and is now studying for a PhD with Prof Valderas in the Health Services and Policy Research Group on the effect of chronobiology on PROMs in patients with chronic health conditions.

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) Psychology
  • MSc Psychological Research Methods
  • MPhil Psychology
  • Cert in Transactional Analysis

Research

Research interests

Antoinette’s research interests include primary health care provision for young adults aged between 16 and 24; experience and provision of health care for offenders in the community; and how patients’ evaluations of a consultation compare with their GP’s evaluation of the same consultation. She also has a keen interest in mental health, specifically the various methods of therapy available to patients. More recently Antoinette has a keen interest in the effects of the human biological rhythms on how patients experience their chronic condition, which is the focus of her PhD research. 

Research projects

Antoinette has worked on four projects within the NIHR-funded IMPROVE (Improving patient experience) study. One project involved video-recording GP-patient consultations with a view to comparing both the patient’s and GP’s evaluation of that consultation. Following on from that another project involved conducting video elicitation interviews with a selection of patients following their videoed consultation to explore their evaluations further. The most recent project she was involved with was an exploratory trial investigating whether real time feedback might be a feasible and acceptable means (with or without facilitated reflection) of identifying ways in which practices can improve patient experience. Currently she is working alongside Dr Suzanne Richards on the CADENCE trial which is a pilot RCT assessing the acceptability, clinical and cost-effectiveness of Enhanced Psychological Care in cardiac rehabilitation services. 

 Antoinette is currently studying for a PhD entitled "The effect of chronobiology on patient reported outcome measurement in patients with chronic health conditions" with Professor Valderas in the Health Services and Policy Group and Professor Colin Green in the UEMS Health Economics Group. 

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Wright C, Davey A, Elmore N, Carter M, Mounce L, Wilson E, Burt J, Roland M, Campbell J (2017). Patients' use and views of real-time feedback technology in general practice. Health Expect, 20(3), 419-433. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Richards SH, Dickens C, Anderson R, Richards DA, Taylor RS, Ukoumunne OC, Kessler D, Turner K, Kuyken W, Gandhi M, et al (2016). Assessing the effectiveness of enhanced psychological care for patients with depressive symptoms attending cardiac rehabilitation compared with treatment as usual (CADENCE): study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial. Trials, 17 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carter M, Davey A, Wright C, Elmore N, Newbould J, Roland M, Campbell J, Burt J (2016). Capturing patient experience: a qualitative study of implementing real-time feedback in primary care. Br J Gen Pract, 66(652), e786-e793. Abstract.  Author URL.
Davey AF, Roberts MJ, Mounce L, Maramba I, Campbell JL (2016). Test–retest stability of patient experience items derived from the national GP patient survey. SpringerPlus, 5(1). Abstract.  Full text.
Boiko O, Campbell JL, Elmore N, Davey AF, Roland M, Burt J (2015). The role of patient experience surveys in quality assurance and improvement: a focus group study in English general practice. Health Expect, 18(6), 1982-1994. Abstract.  Author URL.
Maramba ID, Davey A, Elliott MN, Roberts M, Roland M, Brown F, Burt J, Boiko O, Campbell J (2015). Web-based textual analysis of free-text patient experience comments from a survey in primary care. JMIR Med Inform, 3(2). Abstract.  Author URL.
Roberts MJ, Campbell JL, Abel GA, Davey AF, Elmore NL, Maramba I, Carter M, Elliott MN, Roland MO, Burt JA, et al (2014). Understanding high and low patient experience scores in primary care: analysis of patients' survey data for general practices and individual doctors. BMJ, 349 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Campbell JL, Carter M, Davey A, Roberts MJ, Elliott MN, Roland M (2013). Accessing primary care: a simulated patient study. British Journal of General Practice, 63(608). Abstract.
Asprey A, Campbell JL, Newbould J, Cohn S, Carter M, Davey A, Roland M (2013). Challenges to the credibility of patient feedback in primary healthcare settings: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, 63(608). Abstract.
Davey A, Carter M, Campbell JL (2013). Priorities for young adults when accessing UK primary care: literature review. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 14(4), 341-349. Abstract.  Author URL.
Davey A, Asprey A, Carter M, Campbell JL (2013). Trust, negotiation, and communication: young adults' experiences of primary care services. BMC Fam Pract, 14 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Davey AF, Asprey A, Carter M, Campbell JL (2013). Trust, negotiation, and communication: young adults’ experiences of primary care services. BMC Family Practice Abstract.  Author URL.
Davey AF, Carter M, Campbell JL (2012). Priorities for young adults when accessing UK primary care: literature review. Primary Health Care Research & Development Abstract.

Publications by year


2017

Wright C, Davey A, Elmore N, Carter M, Mounce L, Wilson E, Burt J, Roland M, Campbell J (2017). Patients' use and views of real-time feedback technology in general practice. Health Expect, 20(3), 419-433. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2016

Richards SH, Dickens C, Anderson R, Richards DA, Taylor RS, Ukoumunne OC, Kessler D, Turner K, Kuyken W, Gandhi M, et al (2016). Assessing the effectiveness of enhanced psychological care for patients with depressive symptoms attending cardiac rehabilitation compared with treatment as usual (CADENCE): study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial. Trials, 17 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carter M, Davey A, Wright C, Elmore N, Newbould J, Roland M, Campbell J, Burt J (2016). Capturing patient experience: a qualitative study of implementing real-time feedback in primary care. Br J Gen Pract, 66(652), e786-e793. Abstract.  Author URL.
Davey AF, Roberts MJ, Mounce L, Maramba I, Campbell JL (2016). Test–retest stability of patient experience items derived from the national GP patient survey. SpringerPlus, 5(1). Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Boiko O, Campbell JL, Elmore N, Davey AF, Roland M, Burt J (2015). The role of patient experience surveys in quality assurance and improvement: a focus group study in English general practice. Health Expect, 18(6), 1982-1994. Abstract.  Author URL.
Maramba ID, Davey A, Elliott MN, Roberts M, Roland M, Brown F, Burt J, Boiko O, Campbell J (2015). Web-based textual analysis of free-text patient experience comments from a survey in primary care. JMIR Med Inform, 3(2). Abstract.  Author URL.

2014

Roberts MJ, Campbell JL, Abel GA, Davey AF, Elmore NL, Maramba I, Carter M, Elliott MN, Roland MO, Burt JA, et al (2014). Understanding high and low patient experience scores in primary care: analysis of patients' survey data for general practices and individual doctors. BMJ, 349 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2013

Campbell JL, Carter M, Davey A, Roberts MJ, Elliott MN, Roland M (2013). Accessing primary care: a simulated patient study. British Journal of General Practice, 63(608). Abstract.
Asprey A, Campbell JL, Newbould J, Cohn S, Carter M, Davey A, Roland M (2013). Challenges to the credibility of patient feedback in primary healthcare settings: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, 63(608). Abstract.
Davey A, Carter M, Campbell JL (2013). Priorities for young adults when accessing UK primary care: literature review. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 14(4), 341-349. Abstract.  Author URL.
Davey A, Asprey A, Carter M, Campbell JL (2013). Trust, negotiation, and communication: young adults' experiences of primary care services. BMC Fam Pract, 14 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Davey AF, Asprey A, Carter M, Campbell JL (2013). Trust, negotiation, and communication: young adults’ experiences of primary care services. BMC Family Practice Abstract.  Author URL.

2012

Davey AF, Carter M, Campbell JL (2012). Priorities for young adults when accessing UK primary care: literature review. Primary Health Care Research & Development Abstract.

  • Peer reviewer for International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology

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