Dr Yu (Maggie) Fu
I joined the Academic Unit of Palliative Care, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences in 2019. My background is in Medicine, Public Health and PhD in Applied Health Research. Before joining the University of Leeds, I worked at the University of Nottingham where I led a collaborative study with Osteoarthritis Trial Bank using individual patient data to identify placebo responders and the potential determinants of the placebo response. I then worked at the School of Healthcare, the University of Leeds where I led a feasibility study aiming to develop and evaluate an evidence-based self-management intervention for older women with incontinence. I am currently working with Professor Mike Bennett on an EU funded project involving 7 countries aiming to develop and evaluate health interventions for patients with severe COPD who may need palliative care.
- Mixed-methods research
- The management of chronic conditions through development and evaluation of health interventions
- Systematic reviews
- Evidence synthesis
- Patient-professional partnerships
- PhD - Applied Health Research
- Masters in Public Health
- Bachelor of Medicine
I am an Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy.
I teach both undergraduate and postgraduate students, primarily focusing on challenges of conducting a mixed-methods study, management of long term conditions. I teach on the MSc Nursing Dissertation (HECS 5152M), the MSc Clinical Research Methods (HECS5272M), and the MSc Mixed Methods Research (HECS5238M).
I supervise postgraduate students on their dissertations. I am also interested in supervising PhDs and Masters in applied health research with a focus on the management of chronic conditions.
Research groups and institutes
- Division of Primary Care, Palliative Care and Public Health
- Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
- St Gemma's Academic Unit of Palliative Care