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Dr Daniele Carrieri

Research Fellow

01392 72 2393

South Cloisters 

Research Fellow working on: ‘Care Under Pressure: a realist review of interventions to tackle doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the clinical workforce and patient care’ (funder: NIHR HS&DR Programme) project webpage 

Qualifications

  • PhD Sociology
  • MA Sociology and Philosophy of Science
  • BA Philosophy 

Research

Research interests

Psychological distress in healthcare professionals

Stress and Burnout

Stigma

Professionalism

Clinical Ethics

Genomic medicine and research

Graphic medicine

Publicly engaged research
 

Research projects

Care Under Pressure: a realist review of interventions to tackle doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the clinical workforce and patient care (funder: NIHR HS&DR Programme) project webpage 

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Carrieri D, Bewshea C, Walker G, Ahmad T, Bowen W, Hall A, Kelly SE (In Press). Ethical issues and best practice in clinically based genomic research: Exeter Stakeholders Meeting Report. Journal of Medical Ethics Full text.
Carrieri D, Lucassen AM, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontact in clinical practice: a survey of clinical genetics services in the UK.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontacting in clinical practice: an investigation of the views of healthcare professionals and clinical scientists in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.
Carrieri D, Farrimond HR, Kelly SE, Turnpenny PD (2016). Families dealing with the uncertainty of genetic disorders: the case of Neurofibromatosis Type 1. Sociology of Health and Illness, 38(5), 753-767-753-767. Abstract.  Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Carrieri D, Bewshea C, Walker G, Ahmad T, Bowen W, Hall A, Kelly SE (In Press). Ethical issues and best practice in clinically based genomic research: Exeter Stakeholders Meeting Report. Journal of Medical Ethics Full text.
Carrieri D, Lucassen AM, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontact in clinical practice: a survey of clinical genetics services in the UK.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontacting in clinical genetics and genomic medicine? We need to talk about it. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontacting in clinical practice: an investigation of the views of healthcare professionals and clinical scientists in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke A, Tunpenny P, Kelly S (In Press). Recontacting in clinical practice: the views and expectations of patients in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.
Dheensa S, Carrieri D, Kelly S, Clarke A, Doheny S, Turnpenny P, Lucassen A (2017). A 'joint venture' model of recontacting in clinical genomics: challenges for responsible implementation. Eur J Med Genet, 60(7), 403-409. Abstract.  Author URL.
Carrieri D, Farrimond HR, Kelly SE, Turnpenny PD (2016). Families dealing with the uncertainty of genetic disorders: the case of Neurofibromatosis Type 1. Sociology of Health and Illness, 38(5), 753-767-753-767. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D (2010). Disclosure Dilemmas: Ethics of Genetic Prognosis after the 'Right to Know/Not to Know' Debate Christoph Rehmann-Sutter & Hansjakob Muller (eds.) Ashgate 2009. Genomics, Society and Policy, 6(3).

Conferences

Carrieri D (2015). The Family Networks Approach: a novel method to investigate how individuals and families make sense of genetic disorders. First Qualitative Methodology Forum Symposium.
Carrieri D (2014). Mainstreaming genetics in healthcare: examining a duty to re-contact across the healthcare landscape. 1st - 1st Jun 2014.
Carrieri D, Farrimond HR, Kelly SE, Turnpenny P (2010). Fragmented biosociality: Familial meanings of Neurofibromatosis Type 1. British Society for Human Genetics. 4th - 6th Sep 2010.

Internet publications

Carrieri D, Kelly SE (2014). Sequencing 100,000 genomes is exciting but how will it transform care for patients?. Web link.

Publications by year


In Press

Carrieri D, Bewshea C, Walker G, Ahmad T, Bowen W, Hall A, Kelly SE (In Press). Ethical issues and best practice in clinically based genomic research: Exeter Stakeholders Meeting Report. Journal of Medical Ethics Full text.
Carrieri D, Lucassen AM, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontact in clinical practice: a survey of clinical genetics services in the UK.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontacting in clinical genetics and genomic medicine? We need to talk about it. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (In Press). Recontacting in clinical practice: an investigation of the views of healthcare professionals and clinical scientists in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke A, Tunpenny P, Kelly S (In Press). Recontacting in clinical practice: the views and expectations of patients in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics Full text.

2017

Dheensa S, Carrieri D, Kelly S, Clarke A, Doheny S, Turnpenny P, Lucassen A (2017). A 'joint venture' model of recontacting in clinical genomics: challenges for responsible implementation. Eur J Med Genet, 60(7), 403-409. Abstract.  Author URL.

2016

Carrieri D, Farrimond HR, Kelly SE, Turnpenny PD (2016). Families dealing with the uncertainty of genetic disorders: the case of Neurofibromatosis Type 1. Sociology of Health and Illness, 38(5), 753-767-753-767. Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Carrieri D (2015). The Family Networks Approach: a novel method to investigate how individuals and families make sense of genetic disorders. First Qualitative Methodology Forum Symposium.

2014

Carrieri D (2014). Mainstreaming genetics in healthcare: examining a duty to re-contact across the healthcare landscape. 1st - 1st Jun 2014.
Carrieri D, Kelly SE (2014). Sequencing 100,000 genomes is exciting but how will it transform care for patients?. Web link.

2013

Carrieri D (2013). Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1): Family Experiences and Healthcare Management of a Genetic Syndrome Characterised by a Highly Uncertain Phenotype.  Author URL.

2010

Carrieri D (2010). Disclosure Dilemmas: Ethics of Genetic Prognosis after the 'Right to Know/Not to Know' Debate Christoph Rehmann-Sutter & Hansjakob Muller (eds.) Ashgate 2009. Genomics, Society and Policy, 6(3).
Carrieri D, Farrimond HR, Kelly SE, Turnpenny P (2010). Fragmented biosociality: Familial meanings of Neurofibromatosis Type 1. British Society for Human Genetics. 4th - 6th Sep 2010.
Carrieri D (2010). Review of Disclosure Dilemmas edited by C. Rehmann-Sutter and H. Muller. Genomics Society and Policy, 6(3), 74-77.

Other

Reviewer:

  • Sociology of Health and Illness
  • Social Science and Medicine
  • Journal of Community Genetics 
  • Medical Humanities 

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