Dr Caroline Potter
BSc MPhil DPhil
Caroline Potter is a Research Officer at the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford. As a medical anthropologist Caroline has experience of both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Informed by her role as deputy director of a multidisciplinary research unit on obesity (www.oxfordobesity.org), Caroline is especially interested in how people experience health and illness in particular cultural settings and across the life course. For more information click here.
Paternal origins of obesity: Emerging evidence for incorporating epigenetic pathways into the social determinants of health framework
Milliken-Smith S. and Potter CM., (2018), Social Science & Medicine
Quality of life and burden of morbidity in primary care users with multimorbidity.
Peters M. et al, (2018), Patient Relat Outcome Meas, 9, 103 - 113
The context of coping: a qualitative exploration of underlying inequalities that influence health services support for people living with long-term conditions.
Potter CM. et al, (2018), Sociol Health Illn, 40, 130 - 145
Long-Term Conditions Questionnaire (LTCQ): initial validation survey among primary care patients and social care recipients in England.
Potter CM. et al, (2017), BMJ Open, 7
Medical anthropology in Europe: Shaping the field
Hsu E. and Potter C., (2016), 3 - 10