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Dr Daniele Carrieri

Dr Daniele Carrieri

Lecturer in Public Health

 01392 72 2393

 South Cloisters 

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

I have a background in philosophy and medical sociology – with expertise in ethics and qualitative methodologies – and professional experience in the management consulting industry and charity sector. I am a Lecturer in Public Health, a Research Fellow in the Relational Health Group and in the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Enviroments of Health. I am also a member of the Centre for Research in Professional Learning.

I am leading 'Care Under Pressure': an interdisciplinary research programme that aims to understand the causes of mental ill-health in doctors, across specialties and career stages, and make informed recommendations to tackle this problem. I also work for the European School of Oncology on ethical issues around, cancer care, end of life care, dying, and COVID-19.   

I previously undertook research on ethical, legal and social issues around genomic medicine and research at Egenis: the Centre for the Study of Life Sciences (see for example Recontacting in mainstreaming genetics).  


ORCID: 0000-0002-3143-8430

Qualifications

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

Research group links

Research

Research interests

  • Public Health
  • Healthcare practitioners' wellbeing and mental ill-health 
  • Clinical Ethics
  • Genomic medicine and research
  • Graphic medicine
  • End of life care
  • Death
     

Research projects

Co-Investigator/ Research Fellow

2020-2021

An evaluation of Interim Foundation Programme (FiY1) posts: new doctors’ adaptation to practice during the COVID-19 crisis - Project webpage: tiny.cc/2020graduates
This project explores the experience of ‘the class of COVID’ new medical graduates who are starting work in the UK during the COVID-19 crisis. It is led by Newcastle University School of Medical Education, with colleagues from Exeter University, Plymouth University and Queen’s University Belfast. It is supported by the GMC, Medical Schools Council and other stakeholders, and will explore with questionnaires and interviews how starting practice at this unprecedented time affects new doctors. This is the only study with the support of all national bodies responsible for trainee doctors.

2020-2022.

Maben et al.  Care Under Pressure 2: Caring for the Carers – a realist review of interventions to minimise the incidence of mental ill-health in nurses, midwives and paramedics, NIHR HS&DR Project 12/95/28.

2020-2021

Examining the interconnectedness of medical students and its impact on achievement  and wellbeing –with a focus on Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) students 
Association of Study of Medical Education (ASME); College of Medicine and Health, Univeristy of Exeter; Iperial College London  

2017-2019  

'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 Service and Delivery Research 

2016-17          

‘Rethinking informed consent in genomic research: a case-based approach to develop ethical guidance and training’ ESRC IAA Impact Project Co-Creation Fund

2015                

‘Consent and Clinical Trials in Pharmacogenetics - Facilitating the clinical implementation of modern genetic technologies for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease patients’ ESRC IAA Impact Cultivation Award and  Social Policy Network Funding  [co-Investigator, lead Research Fellow]

2014-17         

‘Mainstreaming Genomics: Recontacting patients in a dynamic healthcare environment’ ESRC  [Named lead Research Fellow, grant co-designer]

Principal Investigator

2020-2021         

‘Thriving Lessons’: Optimising strategies to promote medical students’ wellbeing.  Excellent Medical Education Joint Association for the Study of Medical Education/General Medical Council Awards 2019 CPD category 

2016               

‘Exploring the Practitioner Health Programme therapists’ views and experiences of supporting the health and wellbeing of healthcare practitioners’ University of Exeter, SSIS Strategic Discretionary Research Fund 

2015               

‘Student/doctor burnout Symposium’ University of Exeter, SSIS Strategic Discretionary Research Fund

Consultancy 

2020-2021 

Research Fellow, Fertility & Procreation Unit Division of Gynecologic Oncology, European Institute of Oncology 

2017-2019  

European School of Oncology.  Ethical Counselling in Oncology

 

Research networks

Relational Health Group

Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health 

Centre for Research in Professional Learning

Egenis

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2020). COVID-19: a plea to protect the older population. International Journal for Equity in Health, 19(1). Full text.
Carrieri D, Mattick K, Pearson M, Papoutsi C, Briscoe S, Wong G, Jackson M (2020). Optimising strategies to address mental ill-health in doctors and medical students: 'Care Under Pressure' realist review and implementation guidance. BMC Med, 18(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA (2020). Seeing beyond COVID-19: understanding the impact of the pandemic on oncology, and the importance of preparedness. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 42(4). Abstract.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Grassi L, Boniolo G (2019). Dealing with death in cancer care: should the oncologist be an amicus mortis?. Supportive Care in Cancer Full text.
Carrieri D, Howard HC, Benjamin C, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Hawkins N, Halbersma-Konings TF, Jackson L, Kayserili H, et al (2019). Recontacting patients in clinical genetics services: recommendations of the European Society of Human Genetics. European Journal of Human Genetics, 27(2). Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2018). Supporting Supportive Care in Cancer: the ethical importance of promoting a holistic conception of quality of life. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol, 131, 90-95. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2020). COVID-19: a plea to protect the older population. International Journal for Equity in Health, 19(1). Full text.
Carrieri D, Pearson M, Mattick K, Papoutsi C, Briscoe S, Wong G, Jackson M (2020). Interventions to minimise doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the workforce and patient care: the Care Under Pressure realist review. Health Services and Delivery Research, 8(19), 1-132. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Mattick K, Pearson M, Papoutsi C, Briscoe S, Wong G, Jackson M (2020). Optimising strategies to address mental ill-health in doctors and medical students: 'Care Under Pressure' realist review and implementation guidance. BMC Med, 18(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA (2020). Seeing beyond COVID-19: understanding the impact of the pandemic on oncology, and the importance of preparedness. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 42(4). Abstract.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Grassi L, Boniolo G (2019). Dealing with death in cancer care: should the oncologist be an amicus mortis?. Supportive Care in Cancer Full text.
Carrieri D, Gerada C, Thistlethwaite J (2019). Health and well-being: time to be strategic. Clin Teach, 16(4), 295-297. Author URL.
Carrieri D, Howard HC, Benjamin C, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Hawkins N, Halbersma-Konings TF, Jackson L, Kayserili H, et al (2019). Recontacting patients in clinical genetics services: recommendations of the European Society of Human Genetics. European Journal of Human Genetics, 27(2). Full text.
Carrieri D, Howard HC, Clarke AJ, Stefansdottir V, Cornel MC, van El CG, Forzano F (2019). Reply to Bombard and Mighton. Eur J Hum Genet, 27(4), 507-508. Author URL.
Doheney S, Clarke A, Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Hawkins N, Lucassen A, Turnpenny P, Kelly SE (2018). Dimensions of responsibility in medical genetics: exploring the complexity of the “duty to recontact”. New Genetics and Society, 37(3)
Carrieri D, Jackson L, Bewshea C, Prainsack B, Mansfield J, Ahmad T, Hawkins N, Kelly S (2018). Ethical issues in genomic research: Proposing guiding principles co-produced with stakeholders. Clinical Ethics, 13(4), 194-198. Abstract.  Full text.
Sirchia F, Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Benjamin C, Kayserili H, Cordier C, van El CG, Turnpenny PD, Melegh B, Mendes Á, et al (2018). Recontacting or not recontacting? a survey of current practices in clinical genetics centres in Europe. European Journal of Human Genetics, 26(7), 946-954. Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2018). Supporting Supportive Care in Cancer: the ethical importance of promoting a holistic conception of quality of life. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol, 131, 90-95. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2018). The ethical plausibility of the 'Right to Try' laws. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol, 122, 64-71. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Briscoe S, Jackson M, Mattick K, Papoutsi C, Pearson M, Wong G (2018). ‘Care Under Pressure’: a realist review of interventions to tackle doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the clinical workforce and patient care. BMJ Open, 8 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.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (2017). Recontacting in clinical genetics and genomic medicine? We need to talk about it. European Journal of Human Genetics, 25(5), 520-521. Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (2017). Recontacting in clinical practice: an investigation of the views of healthcare professionals and clinical scientists in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics, 25(3), 275-279. Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (2017). Recontacting in clinical practice: the views and expectations of patients in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics, 25(10), 1106-1112. Full text.
Carrieri D, Bewshea C, Walker G, Ahmad T, Bowen W, Hall A, Kelly S, 7th of October 2015 Exeter Stakeholders Meeting (2016). Ethical issues and best practice in clinically based genomic research: Exeter Stakeholders Meeting Report. J Med Ethics, 42(11), 695-697. Abstract.  Author URL.  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. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Lucassen AM, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Kelly SE (2016). Recontact in clinical practice: a survey of clinical genetics services in the United Kingdom. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics, 18(9), 876-881. 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). Full text.

Conferences

Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Clarke AJ, Lucassen AM, Hawkins N, Kelly SE (2018). Recontacting in clinical practice: results from an investigation of the perspectives of patients and healthcare professionals in the United Kingdom.  Author URL.

Internet publications

Carrieri D (2019). “Care Under Pressure”: How can we achieve wellbeing at work for doctors? TheBMJOpinion. Web link.
Carrieri D (2018). “Care Under Pressure: Going beyond individual-level interventions to improve doctors’ mental health” NIHR blog. Web link.
Carrieri D, Clarke A, Lucassen A, Kelly S (2016). Should healthcare systems implement routine recontacting services in clinical practice? Some legal and logistical considerations. Harvard Bill of Health. Web link.
Carrieri D, Kelly SE (2014). Sequencing 100,000 genomes is exciting but how will it transform care for patients?. Web link.

Publications by year


2020

Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2020). COVID-19: a plea to protect the older population. International Journal for Equity in Health, 19(1). Full text.
Carrieri D, Pearson M, Mattick K, Papoutsi C, Briscoe S, Wong G, Jackson M (2020). Interventions to minimise doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the workforce and patient care: the Care Under Pressure realist review. Health Services and Delivery Research, 8(19), 1-132. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Mattick K, Pearson M, Papoutsi C, Briscoe S, Wong G, Jackson M (2020). Optimising strategies to address mental ill-health in doctors and medical students: 'Care Under Pressure' realist review and implementation guidance. BMC Med, 18(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA (2020). Seeing beyond COVID-19: understanding the impact of the pandemic on oncology, and the importance of preparedness. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 42(4). Abstract.

2019

Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Grassi L, Boniolo G (2019). Dealing with death in cancer care: should the oncologist be an amicus mortis?. Supportive Care in Cancer Full text.
Carrieri D, Gerada C, Thistlethwaite J (2019). Health and well-being: time to be strategic. Clin Teach, 16(4), 295-297. Author URL.
Carrieri D, Howard HC, Benjamin C, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Hawkins N, Halbersma-Konings TF, Jackson L, Kayserili H, et al (2019). Recontacting patients in clinical genetics services: recommendations of the European Society of Human Genetics. European Journal of Human Genetics, 27(2). Full text.
Carrieri D, Howard HC, Clarke AJ, Stefansdottir V, Cornel MC, van El CG, Forzano F (2019). Reply to Bombard and Mighton. Eur J Hum Genet, 27(4), 507-508. Author URL.
Carrieri D (2019). “Care Under Pressure”: How can we achieve wellbeing at work for doctors? TheBMJOpinion. Web link.

2018

Doheney S, Clarke A, Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Hawkins N, Lucassen A, Turnpenny P, Kelly SE (2018). Dimensions of responsibility in medical genetics: exploring the complexity of the “duty to recontact”. New Genetics and Society, 37(3)
Carrieri D, Jackson L, Bewshea C, Prainsack B, Mansfield J, Ahmad T, Hawkins N, Kelly S (2018). Ethical issues in genomic research: Proposing guiding principles co-produced with stakeholders. Clinical Ethics, 13(4), 194-198. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Clarke AJ, Lucassen AM, Hawkins N, Kelly SE (2018). Recontacting in clinical practice: results from an investigation of the perspectives of patients and healthcare professionals in the United Kingdom.  Author URL.
Sirchia F, Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Benjamin C, Kayserili H, Cordier C, van El CG, Turnpenny PD, Melegh B, Mendes Á, et al (2018). Recontacting or not recontacting? a survey of current practices in clinical genetics centres in Europe. European Journal of Human Genetics, 26(7), 946-954. Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2018). Supporting Supportive Care in Cancer: the ethical importance of promoting a holistic conception of quality of life. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol, 131, 90-95. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Peccatori FA, Boniolo G (2018). The ethical plausibility of the 'Right to Try' laws. Crit Rev Oncol Hematol, 122, 64-71. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Briscoe S, Jackson M, Mattick K, Papoutsi C, Pearson M, Wong G (2018). ‘Care Under Pressure’: a realist review of interventions to tackle doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the clinical workforce and patient care. BMJ Open, 8 Full text.
Carrieri D (2018). “Care Under Pressure: Going beyond individual-level interventions to improve doctors’ mental health” NIHR blog. Web link.

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.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (2017). Recontacting in clinical genetics and genomic medicine? We need to talk about it. European Journal of Human Genetics, 25(5), 520-521. Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (2017). Recontacting in clinical practice: an investigation of the views of healthcare professionals and clinical scientists in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics, 25(3), 275-279. Full text.
Carrieri D, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Clarke AJ, Turnpenny PD, Lucassen AM, Kelly SE (2017). Recontacting in clinical practice: the views and expectations of patients in the United Kingdom. European Journal of Human Genetics, 25(10), 1106-1112. Full text.

2016

Carrieri D, Bewshea C, Walker G, Ahmad T, Bowen W, Hall A, Kelly S, 7th of October 2015 Exeter Stakeholders Meeting (2016). Ethical issues and best practice in clinically based genomic research: Exeter Stakeholders Meeting Report. J Med Ethics, 42(11), 695-697. Abstract.  Author URL.  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. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Lucassen AM, Clarke AJ, Dheensa S, Doheny S, Turnpenny PD, Kelly SE (2016). Recontact in clinical practice: a survey of clinical genetics services in the United Kingdom. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics, 18(9), 876-881. Abstract.  Full text.
Carrieri D, Clarke A, Lucassen A, Kelly S (2016). Should healthcare systems implement routine recontacting services in clinical practice? Some legal and logistical considerations. Harvard Bill of Health. Web link.

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). Full text.
Carrieri D (2010). Review of Disclosure Dilemmas edited by C. Rehmann-Sutter and H. Muller. Genomics Society and Policy, 6(3), 74-77.

Refresh publications

External Engagement and Impact

Other

Reviewer:

  • The Lancet
  • Sociology of Health and Illness
  • Social Science and Medicine
  • Medical Education  
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society A
  • Journal of Community Genetics 
  • Medical Humanities
  • Journal for the Study of Spirituality

Associate editor for The Clinical Teacher’s special issue of healthcare practitioners’ and students’ wellbeing - available here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/1743498x/2019/16/4

Teaching

Leadership Strategy and Change HPDM120

Self-reflective skills in medical education and training 

Qualitative Methodologies

Research Ethics 

Ethical Legal Social Issues in Genomic Medicine and Research 

Supervision / Group

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