Profile – Dr Hannah Wheat

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Dr Hannah Wheat


Dr Hannah Wheat

Job title:

Research ARC Fellow

Place of work / study:

University of Plymouth

Area of Research:

Development and evaluation of a complex intervention for people with dementia and carers

How is your work funded?

National Institute for Health Research

Tell us a little about yourself:

I am a qualitative researcher with a background in applied health care research. I am particularly interested in how mixed qualitative methods can be used to develop, enhance and assess the design of health care interventions. I specialise in a method called applied conversation analysis, which involves examining how particular communication practices hinder or facilitate the achievement of institutional goals during interactions between professionals and service users.

Tell us a fun fact about yourself:

I love 80’s movies!

Why did you choose to work in dementia?

Dementia has such a substantial impact on people. I wanted to be involved in proactive research that sought to help people experiencing dementia to have more control and enjoyment in their lives.

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