Executive group
14 User(s):

Annette Jeannette Berendsen
Christine Campbell
United Kingdom
Christine Campbell is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Population Health Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. Research interests include the interface of primary care and cancer screening programmes, understanding symptomatic presentation of cancer, and survivorship and palliative care issues. She currently chairs the Screening subgroup of the UK's NCRI Primary Care Clinical Studies Group.
David Weller
United Kingdom
David Weller graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1982. James Mackenzie Professor of General Practice, University of Edinburgh since 2000. Until 2010, lead for the UK’s National Cancer Research Institute. Chaired the Ca-PRI Executive since the network began in 2008. His interests are in cancer screening, early diagnosis and survivorship, and is involved in cancer and primary care capacity-building efforts internationally. David is Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Cancer Care.
Fiona M Walter
United Kingdom
Fiona Walter is a GP and leads the Cancer group at the Primary Care Unit, University of Cambridge, UK. Her main research interests focus on cancer prevention, screening, early detection, diagnostic pathways, and follow-up care, and the integration of genetics advances into primary care. She is a member of the NCRI’s Clinical Studies Groups for Primary Care and Skin Cancer, and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the Universities of Melbourne and Western Australia.
Greg Rubin
United Kingdom
Greg Rubin is a general practitioner and Professor of General Practice and Primary Care. His principal research interest is the management of gastrointestinal problems in primary care and at the interface with secondary care, particularly for cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. He has published extensively on this subject. He leads the development of the National Audit of Cancer Diagnosis in Primary Care, on behalf of the Department of Health and Royal College of General Practitioners.
Henk van Weert
Jan Thompson
United Kingdom
PA to Professor David Weller and Secretariat for the Ca-PRI Network.
Jeffrey James Sisler
I'm interested in the role of the FP/GP in follow-up/survivorship care, with a focus these days on colorectal cancer. I'm interested particularly in interventions that will support adherence to follow-up testing. Delay in cancer diagnosis is another interest.
Jon Emery
Knut A. Holtedahl
Professor of General Practice at the University of Tromsø, Norway, from 1996. GP from 1973 (part time from 1998), PhD 1991 with thesis "Diagnosis of Cancer in General Practice". Current research about early diagnosis and about treatment of cancer in primary care. 25-30 articles in the field.
Kurt C. Stange
United States of America
Kurt Stange is a family and public health physician, practicing at Neighborhood Family Practice, a community health center in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. At Case Western Reserve University he is Professor of Family Medicine & Community Health, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Oncology and Sociology. He is an American Cancer Society Clinical Research Professor, and editor of the Annals of Family Medicine (www.AnnFamMed.org). Kurt is working on Promoting Health Across Boundaries (www.PHAB.us).
Peter Vedsted
I am the leader of a national research group for primary cancer diagnosis - the pathway from symptom to diagnose. The group investigates cancer awareness and how symptoms are understood and acted upon. The centre initiates intervention studies on diagnostic pathway for patients with unspecific symptoms. Further, the group participates in international collaborative studies and on methodological aspects, especially the measurement of pathway intervals.
Richard Neal
United Kingdom
Professor of Primary Care Medicine, Bangor University. Research interests are in early diagnosis of cancer and models of primary care based follow-up.
Stephen Hunt Taplin
United States of America
I spent 25 years in clinical practice in the United States while also managing an organized breast cancer screening program in an integrated care system. During that time I also conducted research on implementation. My motivation throughout my career has been how to take what we know in medical care and make it what we do. I am currently the Chief of the Process of Care Research Branch of the Behavioral Research Program within NCI's Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences.

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