Jennifer Liddle

Jennifer Liddle

Senior Research Associate

I’m a Senior Research Associate working across Open Lab and the Population Health Sciences Institute at Newcastle University. My research interests include the everyday experiences of older people, and the development of innovative (digital) approaches to address societal challenges such as loneliness, isolation, health and care in later life.

Over the last 12 years, I’ve worked with older people and health care professionals on a range of qualitative and mixed methods studies to explore experiences of everyday life related to housing, health and care.

Current projects:

  • Feasibility/pilot cluster randomised controlled trial of use of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS2) in care homes
  • Innovate UK and Anchor Hanover - Emerging and Enabling Technologies Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)
  • Exploring the journeys and experiences of people interacting with Care and Repair Newcastle (CARN), in collaboration with colleagues in Newcastle City Council

Recent projects:

2019

Older voices: supporting community radio production for civic participation in later life

  1. Reuter A
  2. Bartindale T
  3. Morrissey K
  4. Scharf T
  5. Liddle J

20192019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Characteristics of patients with giant cell arteritis who experience visual symptoms

  1. Chean CS
  2. Prior JA
  3. Helliwell T
  4. Belcher J
  5. Mackie SL
  6. Hider SL
  7. Liddle J
  8. Mallen CD

2019Rheumatology International

2017

What is the impact of giant cell arteritis on patients’ lives?: A UK qualitative study

  1. Liddle J
  2. Bartlam R
  3. Mallen CD
  4. Mackie SL
  5. Prior JA
  6. Helliwell T
  7. Richardson JC

2017BMJ Open

Affective concordance in couples: A cross-sectional analysis of depression and anxiety consultations within a population of 13,507 couples in primary care

  1. Walker J
  2. Liddle J
  3. Jordan KP
  4. Campbell P

2017BMC Psychiatry

Where does good quality qualitative health care research get published?

  1. Richardson J
  2. Liddle J

2017Primary Health Care Research & Development

Diagnostic delay for giant cell arteritis - a systematic review and meta-analysis

  1. Prior JA
  2. Ranjbar H
  3. Belcher J
  4. Mackie SL
  5. Helliwell T
  6. Liddle J
  7. Mallen CD

2017BMC Medicine

2016

"You want to get on with the rest of your life": a qualitative study of health-related quality of life in gout

  1. Chandratre P
  2. Mallen CD
  3. Roddy E
  4. Liddle J
  5. Richardson J

2016Clinical Rheumatology

A joint effort over a period of time: factors affecting use of urate-lowering therapy for long-term treatment of gout

  1. Richardson JC
  2. Liddle J
  3. Mallen CD
  4. Roddy E
  5. Hider S
  6. Prinjha S
  7. Ziebland S

2016BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

2015

Mapping patients' experiences from initial symptoms to gout diagnosis: a qualitative exploration

  1. Liddle J
  2. Roddy E
  3. Mallen CD
  4. Hider SL
  5. Prinjha S
  6. Ziebland S
  7. Richardson JC

2015BMJ Open

"Why me? I don't fit the mould … I am a freak of nature": a qualitative study of women's experience of gout

  1. Richardson JC
  2. Liddle J
  3. Mallen CD
  4. Roddy E
  5. Prinjha S
  6. Ziebland S
  7. Hider S

2015BMC Women's Health

2014

Exploring the age-friendliness of purpose-built retirement communities: evidence from England

  1. Liddle J
  2. Scharf T
  3. Bartlam B
  4. Bernard M
  5. Sim J

2014Ageing and Society

2013

Creating home-like places in a purpose-built retirement village in the United Kingdom

  1. Bartlam B
  2. Bernard M
  3. Liddle J
  4. Scharf T
  5. Sim J

2013Environmental Gerontology: Making Meaningful Places in Old Age

2012

Then and now: evolving community in the context of a retirement village

  1. Bernard M
  2. Liddle J
  3. Bartlam B
  4. Scharf T
  5. Sim J

2012Ageing & Society

Home from home? A mixed-methods study of relocation within a purpose-built retirement community

  1. Sim J
  2. Liddle J
  3. Bernard M
  4. Scharf T
  5. Bartlam B

2012Journal of Housing for the Elderly