Peer reviewed journal articles:
Peer reviewed case study:
Patel S, Cain R, Neailey K, Hooberman L. (2017). Recruiting General Practitioners in England to Participate in Qualitative Research: Challenges, Strategies, and Solutions. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. 2017. Available here.
Peer reviewed conference papers:
Cain, R., Payne, S., Mackrill, J., Sadeghi, M., Patel, S., Pandharkame, S., Potter, R., Vuong, K.(2013) ‘Participation in healthcare environment engineering: the story so far…’ European Conference on Design 4 Health, Sheffield, UK, July 3rd-5th.
Patel, S., Cain, R., (2012) The use of text messaging to collect real-time feedback from healthcare users about the healthcare environment, Advances in Healthcare through Digital consultations and Three Million Lives: What needs to be done? 3rd Annual IDH Conference, Warwick, UK, Nov 21 (Paper submitted is here)
Peer reviewed poster presentations:
- General Practitioners’ attitudes towards online patient feedback, Poster Presentation at Health Research @ Warwick, 29th January 2013, Warwick Medical School Atrium
- The use of text messaging to collect real-time feedback from healthcare users about the healthcare environment, Poster Presentation at Health Research @ Warwick, 29th January 2013, Warwick Medical School Atrium. Copy of poster here.
- “It’s just a bit of colic,” they said. BMJ 2016; 354 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.i4195 (Published 17 August 2016)
- Recruiting participants for research – do we need a public participation research panel? at Pat Thompson website, published in Feb 2016.
- 5 tips on getting your 1st journal paper published at The PhD Life, published in Jan 2016.
- I’m an academic and desperately need an online presence, where do I start? at The LSE Impact of Social Sciences. Recorded as one of the 10 most popular posts at the LSE Impact blog, with 9,684 views.
- Challenges of using social media for patient feedback, at #nhssm
- Way-finding app for Hospitals, at Department of Health (Maps and Apps site)
- 10 ways researchers can use Twitter, at Networked Researcher
- Quoted on Live chat best bits: Improving access and diversity in HE, at Guardian HE Network
- Contributed to a crowdsourced guide to Twitter for senior people working in and around local government, compiled by LGC (Local Government Chronicle)
- General Practitioners’ attitudes towards online patient feedback: Initial findings, presented at the Online feedback in healthcare: latest findings and future research, 6th of Nov 2012 (Presented on behalf of Salma)
- Presented ‘An overview of Healthcare Apps in the UK‘ at the BCS Medical Apps Seminar on Tues 18th of Oct 2011 in Chelmsford. Presentation & delivery notes available here.
- I was invited to speak about the role of social media in academia at the event: TV, Parliament and Bond Villains: Making an Impact with your Research on Monday 21st May 2012, 10-4pm, at the Wolfson Research Exchange at The University of Warwick.
- Will be presenting (delayed to July) ‘Healthcare Apps in the UK‘ as a webinar for the the staff at The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute at the Ohio State University.
Participation as a panelist in live discussions:
- Guardian HE Network Live Chat: Research communication: building good university-media relationships, 31st of Aug 2012.
- Guardian HE Network Live Chat: Improving access and diversity in HE, 13th of July 2011
- Guardian HE Network Live Chat: The impact of new technology on academic research, 3rd of Aug 2011
Blog posts at the PhD Life blog (further info here):
- 10 reasons why a PhD can be challenging for your mental health, May 2016
- Holidays for PhD students – how does it work?, Aug 16 2012
- Calling at London Kings Cross Only – PhD–ing on the train …, July 31 2012
- Ethics Committee Approval, May 16 2012
- The ‘unorthodox tools’ of a researcher, Mar 06 2012
- My experience with Mendeley, Jan 17 2012
- Time–out to reflect on the bigger picture, Jan 06 2012
- Too many emails in your inbox? Use Outlook Folders to automatically manage them, Dec 07 2011