Dr Stephanie Archer is Chartered Psychologist who holds a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Health Psychology. Steph's PhD focused on the improvement of quality of life and patient experience of women undergoing treatment for gynaecological cancer. Projects included in her PhD focused on the use of complementary and alternative medicines to improve quality of life, and the impact of enhanced recovery programmes on patients' experiences of surgical care. Steph has also completed work looking at the role of arts therapy in cancer care and the experiences of women who choose not to undergo breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer.
Steph's current research interests focus on how we can improve the safety of care in the mental health setting. Additionally, Steph leads on a project exploring how we can make care safer for older adults, particularly those with dementia. Steph is also leading research exploring communication and safety at the end of life.
et al., 2023, Exploring the barriers to and facilitators of implementing CanRisk in primary care: a qualitative thematic framework analysis., Br J Gen Pract, Vol:73, Pages:e586-e596
et al., 2023, Can we do better? A qualitative study in the East of England investigating patient experience and acceptability of using the faecal immunochemical test in primary care., Bmj Open, Vol:13
et al., 2023, Agreement between patient's description of abdominal symptoms of possible upper gastrointestinal cancer and general practitioner consultation notes: a qualitative analysis of video-recorded UK primary care consultation data., Bmj Open, Vol:13
et al., 2022, Development of the "Teamwork in Endoscopy Assessment Module for Endoscopic Non-Technical Skills" (TEAM-ENTS) behavioral marker system, Endoscopy, ISSN:0013-726X
et al., 2022, How do hospital inpatients conceptualise patient safety? A qualitative interview study using constructivist grounded theory, Bmj Quality & Safety, ISSN:2044-5415