Mr Ikhlaq Jacob

Research Fellow

Ikhlaq.Jacob@bthft.nhs.uk

ORCID: 0000-0002-0557-2505

I have been a health researcher for a number of years having worked at various universities including Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield and the Open University on projects related to health and well-being.

Recent Funding Awarded

Participation Structures within South Asian Communities in Bradford (Co-Applicant) 2005, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, £25,009.
Identifying issues affecting South Asian older carers of people with a learning disability (60+) within the Bradford district (Co-Applicant) 2005, MENCAP, £10,000.

Recent Publications

Heaven A, Brown L, Young J, Teale E, Hawkins R, Spilsbury K, Mountain G, Young T, Goodwin V, Hanratty B, Chew-Graham C, Brundle C, Mahmood F, Jacob I, Daffu-O’Reilly A, Clegg A. Community ageing research 75+ study (CARE75+): an experimental ageing and frailty research cohort. BMJ Open 2019;9(3):e026744. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026744

Parveen S, Giles S, Din I. A collaborative approach to patient involvement in health research:
challenges and enablers. Policy and Planning Journal 2014;30(3):167-177

Giles S, Lawton R, Din I,McEachan, R. Developing a patient measure of safety (PMOS). BMJ Quality and Safety 2013;2(7):554.

Ward J. Giles S, Hrisos S. Rhodes P, Din I, Walsh P. Involving patients in their own safety in eds. Armitage, G. and Lawton, R. Innovating for Patient Safety in Medicine. SAGE 2012. 42-60.

Leese B, Heywood P, Allgar V, Walker R, Darr A, Din I. Developing cancer services strategy in primary care in England: Primary Care Trust managers’ views of the Primary Care Cancer Lead Initiative. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management 2006;20(2):140-149.

Leese B, Allgar V, Heywood P, Walker R, Darr A, Din I, West R. A new role for nurses as Primary Care Cancer Lead Clinicians (PCCLs) in Primary Care Trusts in England. Journal of Nursing Management 2006;14(6) 462-471.