Welsh Government

Professor Helen Snooks

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Department and Institution

Swansea University Medical School, UK

Current Post

Professor of Health Services Research in the College of Medicine at Swansea University.

Primary Research Field

Professor Snooks' main research interests and expertise lie in the fields of Emergency Pre-hospital and Unscheduled Care, Clinical Audit and Effectiveness, and research support. In these areas, the focus of her work is to plan, design and carry out evaluations of health technologies and new models of service delivery which often involve changing roles and working across boundaries between service providers. The work is strongly patient-focused and collaborative, and uses mixed methods to achieve study aims.

Contact details

h.a.snooks@swansea.ac.uk

01792 513418

Biography

Professor Helen Snooks is the Professor of Health Services Research in the Swansea University Medical School, UK. She is the Interim Director of the Swansea Trials Unit (STU) and leads the Patient and Population Health and Informatics (PPHI) research stream at Swansea University.

Helen’s main research interests and expertise lie in the fields of Emergency Pre-hospital and Unscheduled Care, Clinical Audit and Effectiveness, and research support. The focus of her work is to plan, design and carry out evaluations of health technologies and new models of service delivery.

Helen has a Bsc (Hons) Economics, Sociology, Statistics from University of Surrey with a PhD in Health Services Research ‘Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in seriously injured accident victims’ at the University of Sheffield in 2000.