Dr Catherine Powell has a BA in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of York, an MA in Social Research from the University of Leeds and a PhD in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of Leeds in 2014. Catherine’s PhD, funded through a scholarship attached to the ESRC Timescapes study, was entitled ‘Intergenerational Relationships and the Ageing Population’ and focused on care, need and support in four-generation families (with living great-grandparents).
ResearchCatherine's research interests include health, family care and ageing research; the design, delivery and evaluation of health care and medicines interventions; and qualitative research methods.
She is a currently a Senior Research Fellow working on the National Institute for Health Research funded ‘Improving the Safety and Continuity Of Medicines management at Transitions of care (ISCOMAT)’ project.
|Peer Reviewed Journal|
|Title||Patients as qualitative data analysts: Developing a method for a process evaluation of the ‘Improving the Safety and Continuity of Medicines management at care Transitions’ (ISCOMAT) cluster randomised control trial (2021)|
|Authors||Powell, C, Ismail, H, Cleverley, R, Taylor, A, Breen, L, Fylan, B, Alderson, SL, Alldred DP, ISCOMAT Programme Team|
|Title||Pilot cluster randomised trial of an evidence-based intervention to reduce avoidable hospital admissions in nursing home residents (Better Health in Residents of Care Homes with Nursing—BHiRCH-NH Study) (2020)|
|Authors||Sampson, E., Feast, A., Blighe, A., Froggatt, K., Hunter, R., Marston, L., McCormack, B., Nurock, S., Panca, M., Powell, C. and Rait, G|
|Title||Improving the Safety and Continuity Of Medicines management at Transitions of care (ISCOMAT): protocol for a process evaluation of a cluster randomised control trial (2020)|
|Authors||Powell C, Breen L, Fylan B, Ismail H, Alderson SL, Gale CP, Gardner, P Farrin, AJ, Alldred DP.|
|Title||Evidence-based intervention to reduce avoidable hospital admissions in care home residents (the Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) study): Protocol for a pilot cluster randomised trial (2019)|
|Authors||Sampson E.;Feast A.;Blighe A.;Froggatt K.;Hunter R.;Marston L.;McCormack B.;Nurock S.;Panca M.;Powell C.;Rait G.;Robinson L.;Woodward-Carlton B.;Young J.;Downs M.|
|Title||Care for Older People in Multigenerational Families: a Life Course Analysis across Four Generations. (2018)|
|Journal||Families, Relationships And Societies|
|Title||Family involvement in timely detection of changes in health of nursing homes residents: a qualitative exploratory study (2018)|
|Authors||Powell, C, Blighe, A, Froggatt, KA, McCormack, B, Woodward-Carlton, B, Young, J, Robinson, L, Downs, M|
|Journal||Journal of Clinical Nursing|
|Title||A complex intervention to reduce avoidable hospital admissions in nursing homes: a research programme including the BHiRCH-NH pilot cluster RCT. (2021)|
|Authors||Downs M, Blighe A, Carpenter R, Feast A, Froggatt K, Gordon S, Hunter R, Jones L, Lago N, McCormack B, Marston L, Nurock S, Panca M, Permain H, Powell C, Rait G, Robinson L, Woodward-Carlton B, Wood J, Young J & Sampson E|
|Publisher||Programme Grants for Applied Research|