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:
Patel S, Cain R, Neailey K, Hooberman L. (2015). General Practitioners’ attitudes towards Online Patient Feedback, WMG Doctoral Research and Innovation Conference. IMC, University of Warwick. 30th June to 1st July 2015.
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:
- Baby Skin Integrity Comparison Survey (BaSICS), Poster Presentation at the Challenges for Healthcare Event at the Festival of research, 2nd July 2018, University of Salford. More here.
- 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.
Patel, S., (2016). “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