Stephanie JC Taylor

Title: Professor
MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP, MSc, MD, FFPH
Professor in Public Health and Primary Care

Stephanie Taylor is Professor in Public Health and Primary Care. Her research interests include complex interventions, chronic disease management and the self management of chronic conditions.

She has led a number of systematic reviews of quantitative research evidence and is currently involved in a number of clinical trials of complex interventions in the community. She is principal investigator on an NIHR programme grant looking at a novel self management intervention for chronic musculoskeletal pain (COPERS), and co investigator on a large study of the effect of promoting physical activity on depression amongst residents in residential and nursing homes (OPERA).

Stephanie sits on the NICE Public Health Interventions Advisory Committee. She is an expert advisor on self care of non-communicable diseases to the World Health Organization.

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Research

Stephanie's research interests include complex interventions, chronic disease management and the self management of chronic conditions.  She has led a number of systematic reviews of quantitative research evidence and is currently involved in a number of clinical trials of complex interventions in the community, including a large study of the effect of promoting physical activity on depression amongst residents in residential and nursing homes, and a programme grant looking at self management for chromic musculoskeletal pain.

Publications

Rivas C,  Taylor SJC, Abbott S, Clarke A, Griffiths C, Roberts C M, Stone R. Perceptions Of Changes In Practice Following Peer Review In The National Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Resources And Outcomes Project: A Qualitative Evaluation. International Journal of  Health Care Quality Assurance in press, vol 25, issue 2, Feb 2012

Miles CL, Pincus T, Carnes D, Homer KE, Taylor SJ, Bremner SJ, Rahman A, Underwood M. Can we identify how programmes aimed at promoting self management in musculoskeletal pain work and who benefits? A systematic review of sub-group analysis within RCTs. Eur J Pain 2011.

Miles C, Pincus T, Carnes D, Underwood M, Taylor SJC. Measuring pain self-efficacy.  Clin J Pain 2011.

Nadeem NJ, Taylor SJC, Eldridge SM. Withdrawal of inhaled corticosteroids in individuals with COPD - a systematic review and comment on trial methodology. Respiratory Research 2011;12:107.

Ellard DR , Taylor SJC, Parsons S, Thorogood M. Process evaluation protocol for the OPERA trial: a randomised trial of an exercise intervention for older people in residential and nursing accommodation. Trials 2011;12:28 doi:10.1186/1745-6215-12-28

Rivas C,  Abbott S, Taylor SJC, Clarke A, Roberts C M, Stone R, Griffiths C. Collaborative working within UK NHS secondary care and across sectors for COPD and the impact of peer review: qualitative findings from the UK National COPD Resources and Outcomes Project. International Journal of Integrated Care 2010;10. URL:http://www.ijic.org URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-100970 

McNamara E, Hudson Z, Taylor SJC. Measuring activity levels of young people: the validity of pedometers. British Medical Bulletin 2010; doi: 10.1093/bmb/ldq016

Rothon C, Edwards P, Bhui K, Viner R, Taylor SJC, Stansfeld S. Physical activity and depressive symptoms in adolescents: a prospective study. BMC Medicine 2010; 8:32

Haroun D, Taylor SJC, Viner R, Hayward RS, Darch T, Eaton S, Cole TJ, Wells JCK. Validation of bio-electrical impedance analysis in adolescents across different ethnic groups. Obesity 2009;18;1252-1259.


View all Stephanie Taylor's Research Publications at: http://www.researchpublications.qmul.ac.uk


Further information

Expert advisor, Self care of non communicable diseases, World Health Organization

Member, Public Health Interventions Advisory Committee

Member, British Lung Foundation Scientific Committee

Member of Heart group, Cochrane collaboration

NIHR faculty member

Project steering group member, National COPD Resources and Outcomes

Member, HTA Panel of Experts, HTA Commissioning Board

Contact

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Centre for Primary Care and Public Health
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