All are invited to the Cambridge Institute of Public Health Seminar by:
John Ford is a Public Health registrar (medically qualified) with research interests in older people’s health, inequalities, health services research, data integration and global burden of disease. He is particularly interested in research which makes a difference to patients and the public, and his research skills include evidence synthesis, meta-analysis, indirect comparison, cohort analysis and service evaluation.
He is currently a NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, and his fellowship looks at how disadvantaged older people from rural areas access primary care. The first two years has been spent generating theory based on a realist review, cohort analysis of ELSA using structural equation modelling and semi-structured interviews/focus groups. He is currently undertaking a feasibilty study to improve access to primary care for older people. More information can be found here.