Professor Ray Fitzpatrick
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- Health Services Research Unit (HSRU) Research Group
BA, MA, MSc, PhD, F Med Sci
Professor of Public Health and Primary Care
Ray Fitzpatrick was appointed University Lecturer in the University of Oxford in 1986, having previously worked in the Department of Neurological Sciences, St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School, followed by Academic Department of Psychiatry, Middlesex Hospital Medical School. From 1998-2003 he served on the Council of Medical Research Council, and Chair of MRC’s Public Health and Health Services Research Board. From 1996 he has been Professor of Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Oxford. He served two periods as Head of the University’s Department of Public Health.
He is Fellow and Dean, Nuffield College, Oxford. He is currently National Programme Director, NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research. He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Committee, Arthritis Research UK. He is Assistant Director of a Department of Health Policy Research Programme Research Unit (‘Quality and Outcomes of Person Centred Care’ (QORU)). He is a PI and theme leader of the recently awarded NIHR Oxford Collaboration for Leadership Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC). The focus of his research is on evaluation of health services, and the use of evidence from patient reported outcomes and measures of health status and patient experience.
Effect of telehealth on use of secondary care and mortality: findings from the Whole System Demonstrator cluster randomised trial.
Steventon A. et al, (2012), BMJ, 344
Patients' experience of dangerous and severe personality disorder services: qualitative interview study.
Sinclair J. et al, (2012), Br J Psychiatry, 200, 252 - 253
Five-year results of a randomised controlled trial comparing mobile and fixed bearings in total knee replacement.
Breeman S. et al, (2013), Bone Joint J, 95-B, 486 - 492
Can pain and function be distinguished in the Oxford Knee Score in a meaningful way? An exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.
Harris K. et al, (2013), Qual Life Res, 22, 2561 - 2568
The Stroke Impact Scale: validation in a UK setting and development of a SIS short form and SIS index.
Jenkinson C. et al, (2013), Stroke, 44, 2532 - 2535
Effect of telecare on use of health and social care services: findings from the Whole Systems Demonstrator cluster randomised trial.
Steventon A. et al, (2013), Age Ageing, 42, 501 - 508
A structured review of patient-reported outcome measures for patients with skin cancer, 2013.
Gibbons E. et al, (2013), Br J Dermatol, 168, 1176 - 1186
The PDQ-Carer: development and validation of a summary index score.
Morley D. et al, (2013), Parkinsonism Relat Disord, 19, 448 - 449