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Dr Jacqueline Hill

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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South Cloisters 1.33

Jacqueline is an early career health services researcher working on the development and evaluation of complex interventions.  In the last five years, her research has involved the combined use of quantitative and qualitative methods to pilot and evaluate systems for the organisation of treatment of depression.  As part of her PhD, she applied techniques for mixed methods analysis in innovative ways to address uncertainties in the design and conduct of a large randomised controlled trial.

 

Jacqueline’s current role at the Institute of Health Research (IHR) is to support her in becoming an independent researcher.  Related, she is very interested in the potential for a wide range of mixed method analytic techniques to answer diverse research questions and she has recently acquired Medical Research Council funding to coordinate a programme of work towards improving the integration of quantitative and qualitative methods in clinical trials.  She is the lead for the IHR Mixed Methods Special Interest Group.

Qualifications

  • 2016 PhD Psychology (Exeter)
  • 2000 MSc Psychological Research Methods (Exeter)
  • 1997 BSc (Hons) Psychology (Lancaster)

Career

Jacqueline began her research career at the University of Exeter combining study for an MsC in Pyschological Research Methods with working part time as part of the Health Psychology Research Group in the School of Psychology.  Jacqueline then moved to the University of Cambridge where she spent around three years at the Autism Research Centre looking at the skills and functioning of toddlers with an autism spectrum condition as well as the development of an intervention for emotion recognition in adults.  She subsequently moved into the field of economic development where she developed and implemented research programmes within the South West Regional Development Agency and South West Tourism before returning to academia and joining the then Peninsula Medical School as a Research Fellow on a large scale evaluation of multi-source feedback for assessing doctors' performance.  From this position she moved to the Mood Disorders Centre in February 2011.  This represented Jacqueline's first opportunity to work in the field of health services research with Professor David Richards as part of the Complex Interventions Research Group.  In this role, Jacqueline was employed as the Trial Manager of CADET, a multi-centre randomised controlled trial of collaborative care for depression.  Building on this experience, Jacqueline was then successful in being awarded a three year scholarship from the University of Exeter towards a Doctor of Philosophy, PhD.

 

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Research

Research interests

Techniques for mixed methods analysis and other opportunities to improve the integration of diverse data in mixed methods evaluations and other studies that answer a range of Health Services Research questions.

 

Grants/Funding: 

  • Medical Research Council Hubs for Trials Methodology Research Network (HTMR), September 2016

Research projects

  • Preparation for a post-doctoral fellowship application
  • Advancing the integration of quantitative and qualitative methods in clinical trials: a two day summit
  • Intervention development and treatment success in randomised controlled trials of physical rehabilitation

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Richards DA, Bower P, Chew-Graham C, Gask L, Lovell K, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, Kessler D, Barkham M, et al (2016). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET): a cluster randomised controlled trial. Health Technol Assess, 20(14), 1-192. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hill JJ, Kuyken W, Richards DA (2014). Developing stepped care treatment for depression (STEPS): study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Richards DA, Bower P, Chew-Graham C, Gask L, Lovell K, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, Kessler D, Barkham M, et al (2016). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET): a cluster randomised controlled trial. Health Technol Assess, 20(14), 1-192. Abstract.  Author URL.
Craig P, Rahm-Hallberg I, Britten N, Borglin G, Meyer G, Köpke S, Noyes J, Chandler J, Levati S, Sales A, et al (2016). Erratum to: Researching Complex Interventions in Health: the State of the Art. BMC Health Serv Res, 16(1). Author URL.  Full text.
van Stratten A, Hill J, Richards DA, Cuijpers P (2015). Stepped care treatment delivery for depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychological Medicine(2), 231-246. Full text.
Green C, Richards DA, Hill JJ, Gask L, Lovell K, Chew-Graham C, Bower P, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, et al (2014). Cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care: economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trial (CADET). PLoS One, 9(8). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hill JJ, Kuyken W, Richards DA (2014). Developing stepped care treatment for depression (STEPS): study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Richards D, Hill J, Gask L, Lovell K, Chew-Graham C, Bower P, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, Kessler D, et al (2013). Clinical effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET): cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 347 Abstract.  Full text.
Wright C, Richards S, Hill JJ, Roberts MJ, Greco M, Norman G, Taylor MRS, Campbell JL (2012). Multisource feedback in medical regulation: the example of the UK GMC Patient and Colleague Questionnaires. Academic Medicine, 87(12), 1668-1678. Abstract.
Hill JJ, Asprey A, Richards SH, Campbell JL (2012). Multisource feedback questionnaires in appraisal and for revalidation: a qualitative study in UK general practice. Br J Gen Pract, 62(598), e314-e321. Abstract.  Author URL.
Campbell JL, Roberts M, Wright C, Hill J, Greco M, Taylor M, Richards S (2011). Factors associated with variability in the assessment of UK doctors' professionalism: analysis of survey results. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 343
Baron-Cohen S, Golan O, Wheelwright S, Granader Y, Hill J (2010). Emotion Word Comprehension from 4 to 16 Years Old: a Developmental Survey. Frontiers in Evolutionary Neuroscience, 2 Full text.
Colle L, Baron-Cohen S, Hill J (2007). Do children with autism have a theory of mind? a non-verbal test of autism vs. Specific language impairment. JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, 37(4), 716-723. Author URL.
Golan O, Baron-Cohen S, Hill JJ, Rutherford MD (2007). The 'reading the mind in the voice' test-revised: a study of complex emotion recognition in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions. JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, 37(6), 1096-1106. Author URL.
Golan O, Baron-Cohen S, Hill JJ, Golan Y (2006). The "Reading the Mind in Films" Task: Complex emotion recognition in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions. SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE, 1(2), 111-123. Author URL.
Golan O, Baron-Cohen S, Hill J (2006). The Cambridge Mindreading (CAM) Face-Voice Battery: Testing complex emotion recognition in adults with and without Asperger syndrome. J Autism Dev Disord, 36(2), 169-183. Abstract.  Author URL.
Baron-Cohen S, Wheelwright S, Hill J, Raste Y, Plumb I (2001). The "Reading the Mind in the Eyes" Test revised version: a study with normal adults, and adults with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism. J Child Psychol Psychiatry, 42(2), 241-251. Abstract.  Author URL.
Eiser C, Hill JJ, Blacklay A (2000). Surviving cancer; what does it mean for you? an evaluation of a clinic based intervention for survivors of childhood cancer. Psychooncology, 9(3), 214-220. Abstract.  Author URL.

Chapters

Hill J, Baron-Cohen S, Golan O, Wheelwright S (2002). The exact mind:empathising and systemising in autism spectrum conditions. In  (Ed) Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Cognitive Development, Malden, MA, USA; Oxford, UK; Victoria, AUS: Blackwells, 491-508.

Publications by year


2016

Richards DA, Bower P, Chew-Graham C, Gask L, Lovell K, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, Kessler D, Barkham M, et al (2016). Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET): a cluster randomised controlled trial. Health Technol Assess, 20(14), 1-192. Abstract.  Author URL.
Craig P, Rahm-Hallberg I, Britten N, Borglin G, Meyer G, Köpke S, Noyes J, Chandler J, Levati S, Sales A, et al (2016). Erratum to: Researching Complex Interventions in Health: the State of the Art. BMC Health Serv Res, 16(1). Author URL.  Full text.

2015

van Stratten A, Hill J, Richards DA, Cuijpers P (2015). Stepped care treatment delivery for depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychological Medicine(2), 231-246. Full text.

2014

Green C, Richards DA, Hill JJ, Gask L, Lovell K, Chew-Graham C, Bower P, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, et al (2014). Cost-effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care: economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trial (CADET). PLoS One, 9(8). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hill JJ, Kuyken W, Richards DA (2014). Developing stepped care treatment for depression (STEPS): study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2013

Richards D, Hill J, Gask L, Lovell K, Chew-Graham C, Bower P, Cape J, Pilling S, Araya R, Kessler D, et al (2013). Clinical effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in UK primary care (CADET): cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 347 Abstract.  Full text.

2012

Wright C, Richards S, Hill JJ, Roberts MJ, Greco M, Norman G, Taylor MRS, Campbell JL (2012). Multisource feedback in medical regulation: the example of the UK GMC Patient and Colleague Questionnaires. Academic Medicine, 87(12), 1668-1678. Abstract.
Hill JJ, Asprey A, Richards SH, Campbell JL (2012). Multisource feedback questionnaires in appraisal and for revalidation: a qualitative study in UK general practice. Br J Gen Pract, 62(598), e314-e321. Abstract.  Author URL.

2011

Campbell JL, Roberts M, Wright C, Hill J, Greco M, Taylor M, Richards S (2011). Factors associated with variability in the assessment of UK doctors' professionalism: analysis of survey results. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 343

2010

Baron-Cohen S, Golan O, Wheelwright S, Granader Y, Hill J (2010). Emotion Word Comprehension from 4 to 16 Years Old: a Developmental Survey. Frontiers in Evolutionary Neuroscience, 2 Full text.

2007

Colle L, Baron-Cohen S, Hill J (2007). Do children with autism have a theory of mind? a non-verbal test of autism vs. Specific language impairment. JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, 37(4), 716-723. Author URL.
Golan O, Baron-Cohen S, Hill JJ, Rutherford MD (2007). The 'reading the mind in the voice' test-revised: a study of complex emotion recognition in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions. JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS, 37(6), 1096-1106. Author URL.

2006

Golan O, Baron-Cohen S, Hill JJ, Golan Y (2006). The "Reading the Mind in Films" Task: Complex emotion recognition in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions. SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE, 1(2), 111-123. Author URL.
Golan O, Baron-Cohen S, Hill J (2006). The Cambridge Mindreading (CAM) Face-Voice Battery: Testing complex emotion recognition in adults with and without Asperger syndrome. J Autism Dev Disord, 36(2), 169-183. Abstract.  Author URL.

2002

Hill J, Baron-Cohen S, Golan O, Wheelwright S (2002). The exact mind:empathising and systemising in autism spectrum conditions. In  (Ed) Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Cognitive Development, Malden, MA, USA; Oxford, UK; Victoria, AUS: Blackwells, 491-508.

2001

Baron-Cohen S, Wheelwright S, Hill J, Raste Y, Plumb I (2001). The "Reading the Mind in the Eyes" Test revised version: a study with normal adults, and adults with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism. J Child Psychol Psychiatry, 42(2), 241-251. Abstract.  Author URL.

2000

Eiser C, Hill JJ, Blacklay A (2000). Surviving cancer; what does it mean for you? an evaluation of a clinic based intervention for survivors of childhood cancer. Psychooncology, 9(3), 214-220. Abstract.  Author URL.

Awards

  • Santander Postgraduate Research Award, January 2016

Invited lectures

  • Doing it differently: simple techniques for mixed methods analysis.  The 2017 European Conference in Nursing and Nursing Research, July 2017

 

  • Mixed methods analysis workshop.  European Academy of Nursing Science Summer School, July 2017

University of Exeter Medical School MSc in Applied Health Services Research:  supervision and teaching (mixed methods)

 

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