Dr Angela Coulter
MSc, PhD, Hon FFPH, Hon FRCGP
Senior Research Scientist
Angela Coulter is an associate member of the Health Services Research Unit with special interests in patient experiences and outcomes. A social scientist by training, she has higher degrees in health services research from the University of London and the University of Oxford. Her previous roles include Chief Executive of Picker Institute Europe, Director of Policy and Development at the King’s Fund, Director of the Health Services Research Unit at the University of Oxford and Director of Global Initiatives at the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation. She is an Honorary Professor at the University of Southern Denmark, an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and a Non-Executive Director of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
Angela has published more than 350 research papers and reports and several books including The Autonomous Patient, The European Patient of the Future (winner of the 2004 Baxter Award), The Global Challenge of Healthcare Rationing, Hospital Referrals, Engaging Patients in Healthcare and Understanding and Using Health Experiences. She was the founding editor of Health Expectations, an international peer-reviewed journal on patient and public involvement in health care and health policy. She has won awards for her work from the Donabedian Foundation of Barcelona in 2012 and the International Shared Decision Making Conference in 2013.
The Future of Health Care: Protocol for Measuring the Potential of Task Automation Grounded in the National Health Service Primary Care System.
Willis M. et al, (2019), JMIR Res Protoc, 8
Factors Affecting Patient Decision-making on Surgery for Lumbar Disc Herniation.
Andersen SB. et al, (2019), Spine (Phila Pa 1976), 44, 143 - 149
Are patient-reported outcomes useful in post-treatment follow-up care for women with early breast cancer? A scoping review.
Riis CL. et al, (2019), Patient Related Outcome Measures, 10, 117 - 127
Connecting patient experience, leadership, and the importance of involvement, information, and empathy in the care process.
Archer J. et al, (2018), Healthc Manage Forum, 31, 252 - 255
Helping patients choose wisely.
Ross J. et al, (2018), BMJ, 361