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Dr Sonia Dalkin

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Sonia Dalkin is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences at the University of Northumbria, England. She is also a member of Fuse (the centre for translational research in public health). Sonia has specific interests in palliative care, health inequalities and complex interventions. These subjects require a diverse methodology with an emphasis on mixed methods, realist and soft systems approaches. Accordingly, Sonia has significant experience in realist approaches, providing training in the approach throughout the UK and internationally. Her work portfolio reflects her realist experience with projects in palliative care, end-of-life care and Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs). 

Campus Address

H005, Coach Lane Campus East



Qualifications

Health PhD January 31 2014

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Community care for severely frail older people, Lhussier, M., Dalkin, S., Hetherington, R. 1 Mar 2019, In: International journal of older people nursing
  • Exposing the impact of intensive advice services on health, Dalkin, S., Forster, N., Hodgson, P., Lhussier, M., Philipson, P., Carr, S. 17 Dec 2018, In: Health & Social Care in the Community
  • Care planning: what works, for whom and in what circumstances?, Brown, S., Lhussier, M., Dalkin, S., Eaton, S. 1 Dec 2018, In: Qualitative Health Research
  • How do patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) support clinician-patient communication and patient care? A realist synthesis, Greenhalgh, J., Gooding, K., Gibbons, E., Dalkin, S., Wright, J., Valderas, J., Black, N. 15 Sep 2018, In: Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes
  • Open communication strategies between a triad of ‘experts’ facilitates Death in Usual Place of Residence: A realist evaluation, Dalkin, S., Lhussier, M., Jones, A., Philipson, P., Cunningham, W. 1 May 2018, In: Palliative Medicine
  • Exploring the use of Soft Systems Methodology with realist approaches, Dalkin, S., Lhussier, M., Williams, L., Burton, C., Rycroft-Malone, J. 19 Jan 2018, In: Evaluation
  • How do aggregated patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) data stimulate health care improvement? A realist synthesis, Greenhalgh, J., Dalkin, S., Gibbons, E., Wright, J., Valderas, J., Meads, D., Black, N. 1 Jan 2018, In: Journal of Health Services Research & Policy
  • Public health interventions targeting excluded groups: trust as a key factor for success, Forster, N., Lhussier, M., Dalkin, S., Hodgson, P., Carr, S. Nov 2017, 10th European Public Health Conference
  • Citizens Advice services as buffer between inflexible state agencies and disadvantaged individuals: a realist investigation, Hodgson, P., Dalkin, S., Forster, N., Lhussier, M., Carr, S. 4 Apr 2017, British Sociological Association Conference
  • Functionality and feedback: a realist synthesis of the collation, interpretation and utilisation of patient-reported outcome measures data to improve patient care, Greenhalgh, J., Dalkin, S., Gooding, K., Gibbons, E., Wright, J., Meads, D., Black, N., Valderas, J., Pawson, R. 23 Jan 2017, In: Health Services and Delivery Research

PGR Supervision

  • Peter Dryden Start: 03/01/2019
  • Peter Dryden Start: 03/01/2019


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