Dr Amy GadoudSenior Clinical Lecturer in Palliative Medicine
Amy Gadoud is a Senior Lecturer in Palliative Medicine at Lancaster Medical School where she is NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Training Lead. She also works with colleagues in the International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University. Her main research interest is palliative care for people with heart failure and she use a range of research methods from analysing large datasets to qualitative studies. She has obtained research funding from a range of sources from major bodies e.g. NIHR and Academy of Medical Sciences as well as local charities e.g. The Sir John Fisher Foundation.
She works clinically as a Honorary Community Consultant in Palliative Medicine at Trinity Hospice and Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
PhD Supervision Interests
Palliative care especially non malignant disease; Mixed methods; Routinely collected data especially from primary care e.g. Clinical Practice Research Datalink
The use of data science to improve end-of-life care
01/01/2019 → 30/09/2021
NIHR School for Primary Care Research (Oxford, Bristol and Cambridge): Establishing research priorities to improve the management of patients with advanced heart failure using the James Lind Alliance method £91,859
01/10/2017 → 01/04/2019
Palliative Medicine (Journal)
- International Observatory on End of Life Care