Associate Professor Michele Peters
BSc, Dip.Psych., MSc, PhD
- Health Services Research Unit
Michele Peters is a Senior Research Scientist working on quality and outcomes in long-term conditions using mixed methods designs. Michele has a B.Sc. in nutrition (University of Surrey), M.Sc. in Health and Exercise Sciences (University of Bristol), a conversion diploma in psychology (Open University) and a Ph.D. in Health and Medical Sciences (University of Surrey). Before joining the University of Oxford, Michele worked as a Marie Curie research fellow in the Department of Medical Psychology, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam (Netherlands). Michele works on a range of projects using and developing patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and carer measures, and investigating patients’ and carers’ experiences of health care services. She teaches medical sociology, survey design and mixed methods at undergraduate (tutorials) and postgraduate level.
Reducing demand for antibiotic prescriptions: evidence from an online survey of the general public on the interaction between preferences, beliefs and information, United Kingdom, 2015.
Roope LSJ. et al, (2018), Euro Surveill, 23
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
Quality of life in coeliac disease: qualitative interviews to develop candidate items for the Coeliac Disease Assessment Questionnaire.
Crocker H. et al, (2018), Patient Relat Outcome Meas, 9, 211 - 220
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