Helen M LLOYD BA (Hons), MSc, D.Phil (Oxon)

UNITED KINGDOM

Helen Lloyd Lecturer
School of Psychology,
Faculty of Health and Human Sciences,
Room A206 Portland Square
Plymouth
PL6 8BX

Visting Academic at the University of Warwick, Visiting Lecturer Sahlgrenska Akademin, University of Gothenberg.

helen.lloyd-1@plymouth.ac.uk
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Helen_Lloyd
https://twitter.com/HelenMLloyd1

Management Committee Member and Member of Working Groups 2&3 for Cost Cares

Research Interests

Person Centred Care: Theory, Measurement and Implementation

The Experience of Illness and Identity in Long Term Chronic Illness

Care Planning in Long Term Illness

Severe Mental Illness

Evaluation of Complex Interventions

 

Key Publications

Close, J., Byng, R., Valderas, J., Britten, N., and Lloyd, H. (in Press). Quality after the Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF)? British Journal of General Practice. Invited Editorial.  Expected July 2018

Lloyd, H., et al (2018). Patient-Reported Measures for Person-Centred Coordinated Care: A Comparative Domain Map and Web-Based Compendium for Supporting Policy Development and Implementation. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR). 14.02.18 in Vol 20, No 2 (2018): February.

Sugavanam, P., Close, J., Fosh, B., Byng, R., and Lloyd, H (2018). Co-designing a Measure of Person Centred and Coordinated Care to Capture the Experience of the Patient: The Development of P3CEQ. Journal of Patient Experience.

 Lloyd, H., Britten, N., Sheaff, R., and Byng, R. (2017). Collaborative Action for Person Centred Coordinated Care. Journal of Health Research Policy & Systems: 15.

Close, J., and Lloyd, H., et al. Adapting QOF to Focus on Wellbeing and Health. BMJ Letter. Dec 2017.

Horrell, J., Lloyd, H., Close, J., and Byng, R. (2017). Creating and Measuring Organisational Change for Person Centred Coordinated Care: The Development of the Organisational Change Tool. Health Expectations. First published 15th Nov. 2017.

Lloyd, J., Lloyd, H., Fitzpatrick., R. and Peters, M. (2017). Treatment Outcomes in Schizophrenia: qualitative study of the views of family carers. BMC Psychiatry, 17 (1), Article 266.  doi: 10.1186/s12888-017-1418-8.

Bramwell C, Don RM, Porter I, Lloyd H, Kadam U, Rijken M, et al.(2016) Caring for people with multiple chronic conditions in the United Kingdom: policy and practices with a focus on England and Scotland. Factsheet ICARE4EU; 2017. http://icare4eu.org/pdf/Country_Factsheet_United_Kingdom_ICARE4EU.pdf

Lloyd, H., Peters, M., Lloyd, J., and Fitzpatrick. R. (2016). The Oxford Outcomes in Schizophrenia Study I: Outcomes of Importance to People with Schizophrenia. Health Expectations. DOI: 10.1111/hex.12548

 

Key Experience

Programme Lead for Person Centred Coordinated Care, Plymouth University