Dr Charlotte Bramwell
+44 (0) 1392 722839
Smeall Building, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK
I completed my Medical degree at the Peninsula Medical School, Exeter University and also hold a BSc (Hons) in Emergency Care from Plymouth University.
My clinical interests include Emergency Care, Sexual Health Medicine, Mental health and Wellbeing.
I also have interests in service implementation within the NHS and Realist methodology and its application to the evaluation of complex interventions within healthcare.
I am a PhD candidate with the Health Service Policy & Research Group exploring "Models of care for patients with multimorbidity in the UK".
- BSc Hons
My research focuses on the healthcare of patients with multimorbidity. I also have an interest in the realist methodological approach and its application in the evaluation of complex interventions for patients with multimorbidity and their impact on quality of life.
- Caring for people with multiple chronic conditions in the United Kingdom: policy and practices with a focus on England and Scotland. UK Report for the ICARE4EU Project - Innovating care for people with multiple chronic conditions in Europe. Part of the Health Programme of the European Commission http://www.icare4eu.org/projrep.php
- Care Under Pressure 3 - Optimising the delivery and impacts of interventions to reduce hospital doctors’ mental ill-health in the NHS (https://sites.exeter.ac.uk/careunderpressure/care-under-pressure-3/)
- HS&DR Evidence Synthesis Centre Topic Report Research evidence on different strengths-based approaches within adult social work: a systematic review.(https://www.fundingawards.nihr.ac.uk/award/16/47/22)
- Models of Care for patients with multimorbidity in the UK - PhD
I teach the Evidence in Practice module for final year Peninsula medical school students at Torbay Hospital