Photo of Prof Jude Robinson

Prof Jude Robinson BA hons PhD

Professor of the Anthropology of Health and Illness Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

Research

Smoking, cigarette packets and secondhand smoke

Secondhand smoke- research with smoking parents of young children

Research Grants

One Health Research Network for the Horn of Africa (HORN)

DEPARTMENT FOR BUSINESS, ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY (BEIS) (UK)

October 2017 - December 2021

Impact of visual functions on falls patients

DUNHILL MEDICAL TRUST (UK)

October 2016 - March 2020

Playing at Home: Engaging new audiences

ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL (AHRC)

January 2016 - June 2016

Improving service provision to people with sensory impairment.

WIGAN COUNCIL (UK)

March 2002 - February 2003

A Study of a Literature Based Intervention with Women in Prison

NATIONAL PERSONALITY DISORDER PROGRAM (UK)

April 2011 - March 2014

Developing a clinician-led smoking intervention for families and carers of children attending routine outpatient clinics at Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust

LIVERPOOL PRIMARY CARE TRUST (UK)

March 2009 - December 2011

MerseyBeat- Best Evidence, Application and Translation of Research. An investigation into the therapeutic benefits of reading in relation to depression and well-being.

LIVERPOOL PRIMARY CARE TRUST (UK)

January 2009 - June 2011

Children's Centre Workforces and Smoking Cessation Services

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (UK) (NIHR)

October 2010 - September 2014

Understanding the real-life pressures of trying to keep children smoke-free

ROY CASTLE LUNG CANCER FOUNDATION (UK)

February 2009 - August 2009

Meeting the emotional support needs of people with sight loss.

LIVERPOOL PRIMARY CARE TRUST (UK)

August 2012 - March 2013

Confronting cigarette packaging: A comparative study of ethics and effects of fear-based warning labels

CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CANADA)

May 2013 - February 2016

Research Collaborations

Prof John Field

Internal

Successful application for a funded PhD studentship from Liverpool PCT's Flexibility and Sustainability Fund

Rebecca Haines-Saah

External: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Co-applicant to the Canadian Institute of Health Research CIHR

Dr Simone Dennis

External: Australian National University


Co-applicant on a bid to the Canadian Institute of Health Research CIHR

Kirsten Bell

External: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada


Developing a proposal to the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (Canada) to explore issues of stigma and smoking in Vancouver, Liverpool (UK) and Melbourne (Australia).

Prof Robert Howard

External: King's College London


He is the lead applicant on research project submitted to the NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research for a project entitled:
'Towards an evidence-based clinical management of visual hallucinations: prevalence, prognosis, impact and pathophysiology'
Value: £ 1,952,700
Submitted as a Stage 1 proposal on 11/10/2010
I am a co-applicant, co-leading Workstream 2

Prof Glyn Lewis

External: University of Bristol

Co-applicant on Stage 1 proposal submitted to the NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research for a project entitled:
'What are the indications for presecribing antidepressants that will lead to a clinical benefit?'
Value: £ 1,987,582
Submitted as a Stage 1 proposal on 11/10/2010
I am a co-applicant, involved in the qualitative element of the research

Dr Dominic ffytche

External: King's College London

Co-applicant on Stage 1 proposal submitted to the NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research for a project entitled:
'Towards an evidence-based clinical management of visual hallucinations: prevalence, prognosis, impact and pathophysiology'
Value: £ 1,952,700
Submitted as a Stage 1 proposal on 11/10/2010
I am a co-applicant, co-leading Workstream 2

Dr Alice Malpass

External: University of Bristol

Co-applicant on Stage 1 proposal submitted to the NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research for a project entitled:
'What are the indications for presecribing antidepressants that will lead to a clinical benefit?'
Value: £ 1,987,582
Submitted as a Stage 1 proposal on 11/10/2010
I am a co-applicant, involved in the qualitative element of the research

Prof Clare Bradley

External: Royal Holloway and Bedford New College

Co-applicant on Stage 1 proposal submitted to the NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research for a project entitled:
'Towards an evidence-based clinical management of visual hallucinations: prevalence, prognosis, impact and pathophysiology'
Value: £ 1,952,700
Submitted as a Stage 1 proposal on 11/10/2010
I am a co-applicant, co-leading Workstream 2

Prof. Chris Dowrick

Internal


Working on applications to take forward research into reading groups and depression

Co-appicants on an NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Health Research exploring prescribing and depression

Louise Laverty

Internal


working on developing a web-based resource for health care professionals

research on young people and alcohol in Liverpool

Dr Suzanne Hodge

Internal


Grant application for further work around living with sight loss / visual impairment

Dr Josie Billington

Internal


Working on developing a multi disciplinary programme of research around reading and health

Prof Clare Holdsworth

External: University of Keele


Co-researcher on a project researching young people and alcohol in Liverpool

Dr Paul Knox

Internal


Working to develop mixed methods studies looking at people's experiences of eye health and living with sight loss

Dr Philip Davis

Internal


Asked to provide advice and academic leadership to prepare a proposal to explore the role of the community outreach project of The Reader, 'Get into Reading'

Preparation of a successful tender for pump priming money