Dr Anas El Turabi - Academic Clinical Fellow
Anas is an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in General Practice. He qualified from Oxford in 2005 with BMBCh and BA(Hons) in Physiological Sciences. After completing his foundation training at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust, Anas spent two years at the Department of Health as a Clinical Advisor to the Research & Development Directorate, working on issues of health research evaluation and global health research policy. He was appointed to his current post, which combines research and general practice training in 2009.
He has previously worked on the evaluation of health research policy and systems. His current research work focuses on examining patient experience of cancer care, under the supervision of Dr Yoryos Lyratzopoulos and Professor Martin Roland. He also holds an Honorary Research Fellowship at RAND Europe, a not-for-profit policy research organisation based in Cambridge.
Gray, M., & El Turabi, A. (2012). Optimising the value of interventions for populations. British Medical Journal, 345; e6192.
El Turabi, A., & Payne, R. (2011). Ethnicity and hypertension : not as black and white as NICE makes out. British Medical Journal, 343; d6501.
El Turabi, A., Hallsworth, M., Ling, T., & Grant, J. (2011). A novel performance monitoring framework for health research systems: experiences of the National Institute for Health Research in England. Health Research Policy and Systems BioMed Central, 9(1), 13.
O?Reilly, D., El Turabi, A., Coats, T., & Willett, K. (2011). Trauma research: An opportunity and a challenge. Injury, 42(2), 117-118.
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