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Dr Amy Gadoud

Senior Clinical Lecturer in Palliative Medicine, Senior Lecturer

Amy Gadoud

Furness Building

LA1 4YG

Lancaster

Research overview

Amy Gadoud is a Senior Lecturer in Palliative Medicine at Lancaster Medical School where she is NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Training Lead. She works with colleagues in the International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University. Her main research interest is ensuring equality in access to palliative care using a range of research methods from analysing large datasets to qualitative studies.

In 2024 she was appointed the first national palliative care lead for the NIHR Research Delivery Network.

She works clinically as an Honorary Community Consultant in Palliative Medicine at Trinity Hospice and Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

PhD supervision

Palliative care especially non malignant disease; mixed methods; routinely collected data especially from primary care e.g. Clinical Practice Research Datalink. Currently has three PhD student (two external funding and one self-funding; one home student and two international) One externally funded international PhD student has completed his PhD within four years Four postgraduate Master’s students who have successfully completed their degrees, one of which received the highest mark in his year. Supervised Clinical Fellow to complete research project and obtain peer review publications.Current supervisor of three postgraduate Master’s students.

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