Arabella Scantlebury
Research Fellow

Profile

Biography

Arabella is an applied health services researcher in the York Trials Unit with experience of conducting quantitative and qualitative research across a range of projects in health and criminal justice. Arabella’s main interest is in the use of qualitative research to inform the design and evaluation of randomised controlled trials. However, her methodological experience also includes: evidence synthesis, mixed methods and qualitative research.

Arabella is an advisor for the Research Design Service, Yorkshire and Humber (RDS-YH) and is also the RDS-YH Public Involvement lead for York.

Qualifications

  • PhD Health Sciences, University of York, 'Using Socio-Technical Thinking to Explore the Implementation of Electronic Patient Records within NHS Secondary Care Organisations'
  • MSc Psychological Approaches to Health, University of Leeds 
  • BSc Sport and Exercise Science, University of Leeds

Research

Overview

Arabella is an applied health services researcher with interests in the following areas:

  • E-health
  • Qualitative research
  • Dementia
  • Qualitative research in the context of trials

Arabella has a particular interest in using qualitative research to inform the design and evaluation of randomised controlled trials. She has experience in: mixed methods, evidence synthesis and qualitative research.

Projects

Research group(s)

Supervision

Arabella would be interested in supervising PhDs which involve using qualitative research alongside randomised controlled trials and/or which explore fidelity in pragmatic trials.

Publications

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Contact details

Dr Arabella Scantlebury
Research Fellow

Tel: 01904 32(1105)

@healthsciyork