Rhiannon Edge

Senior Teaching Associate in Population Health, PhD student

Research Overview

I am committed to using rigorous mixed-methods approaches to study epidemiology with the ultimate goal of improving public health. I am interested in the use of statistical techniques in health research. During my research, I have had the opportunity to study qualitative research methods, and have a respect for the insight they offer.

Socialization, Indifference, and ConveniencE: Exploring the Uptake of Influenza Vaccine Among Medical Students and Early Career Doctors
Edge, R.L., Goodwin, D.S., Isba, R.E., Keegan, T.J. 1/11/2017 In: Qualitative Health Research. 27, 13, p. 1982-1993. 12 p.
Journal article

A mixed methods study exploring early career doctors’ and medical students’ seasonal influenza vaccination
Edge, R.L. 2017 Lancaster University. 217 p.
Doctoral Thesis

Seasonal influenza vaccination in health-care workers: the influence of consultants on the uptake of vaccination by medical students and early career doctors
Edge, R., Goodwin, D.S., Isba, R.E., Keegan, T.J. 25/11/2016
Meeting abstract

Seasonal influenza vaccination amongst medical students: a social network analysis based on a cross-sectional study
Edge, R., Heath, J., Rowlingson, B.S., Keegan, T.J., Isba, R.E. 9/10/2015 In: PLoS ONE. 10, 10, 13 p.
Journal article

Seasonal influenza in medical students: an outbreak simulation model based on a social network approach
Edge, R., Heath, J., Rowlingson, B., Keegan, T., Isba, R. 19/11/2014 In: The Lancet. 384, Supplement 2, 1 p.
Journal article