COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH
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Daisy Parker

PhD Student

 5927

 +44 (0) 1392 725927

 College House 1.07

 

College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Daisy Parker is a PhD student in the Mental Health Research Group supervised by Professor Rose McCabe, Professor Richard Byng, and Professor Chris Dickens. Her PhD aims to develop an intervention to support general practitioners when communicating with patients with emotional concerns. 

Her research interests include intervention development and evaluation, conversation analysis and qualitative methods.

Twitter handle: @daisy_parker2

 

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Leicester

 

Research

Research interests

Manuscripts in Preparation:

Parker, D., Byng, R., Dickens, C., Kinsey, D. & McCabe, R. (under review). How do GPs and patients communicate about emotional concerns in UK primary care? A systematic review

Parker, D., Byng, R., Dickens, C. & McCabe, R. (under review). Patients’ experiences of seeking help for emotional concerns in primary care: doctor as drug, detective and collaborator.

Parker, D., Byng, R., Dickens, C. & McCabe, R. (under review). “Every structure we’re taught goes out the window”: general practitioners’ experiences of providing help for patients with emotional concerns.

Kinsey, D., Lang, I., Anderson, R., Parker, D., Orr, N. (under review) The impact of including carers in museum programmes for people with dementia: A realist review

Maltby, J., Day, L., Hatcher, R., Jones, C., Bacon, L., Parker, D., Flowe, H. (under review) The context of apology length in the acceptability of public-orientated apologies.

 

Conference Papers

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C. (2019) Developing an Intervention to Support GPs when Communicating with Patients with Emotional Concerns. Mental Health Research UK Scholar’s Day, London, UK.

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C. (2019) A new consultation model: different approaches to the consultation. DeSTRESS Conference 2019: Poverty, Pathology and Pills. London, UK.

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C. (2018) Patients’ Experiences of Seeking Help for Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care. Society of Academic Primary Care South West Regional Meeting, Plymouth, UK

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C (2018). Patients’ Experiences of Seeking Help for Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care. Mental Health Research UK Scholar’s Day, London, UK

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C. (2017) ‘Psychological Distress in Primary Care’. University of Exeter Medical School Annual Research Event, Torquay, UK

Parker, D. (2017) ‘Psychological Distress in Primary Care’. University of Exeter 3 Minute Thesis competition, Exeter, UK

 

Poster Presentations

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C. (2018)  GPs’ Experiences of Providing Help for Depression and Anxiety. Society of Academic Primary Care South West Regional Meeting, Plymouth, UK

Parker, D., McCabe, R., Byng, R. & Dickens, C. (2018). Patients’ Experiences of Seeking Help for Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care. University of Exeter Medical School Annual Research Event, Torquay, UK

Teaching

Supervision / Group

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