Janet Hanley
Janet Hanley

Dr Janet Hanley

Associate Professor

Biography

I have a clinical background in community nursing and community service development. I also worked in NHS research management in NHS Lothian for many years developing systems for research governance and research opportunities for NHS staff including developing a clinical academic research careers scheme for Nurses, Midwives and Allied health Professionals.

I maintained academic links throughout my NHS career and having held part time seconded and honorary research fellowships at University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Napier University and Queen Margaret University, I returned to Edinburgh Napier on a part time basis in 2013.

My research interests include the interface between self-care and health care and the introduction of new technologies into health care. My main research focus has been the use of telehealth in personal health maintenance and the management of long term conditions in primary care, but my interest in the introduction of new technologies into healthcare has also extended to acute care settings including neonatal units, critical care and admission of the elderly to hospital.

Themes

Esteem

Advisory panels and expert committees or witness

  • Lothian Scale up BP Project Steering Group
  • Edinburgh Clinical Trials Unit HSRU management committee
  • Lothian TEC fund BP monitoring in Primary Care service implementation group
  • SHARE (Scottish Health Research Volunteer Register) – National Management Committee Member
  • Lothian Clinical Academic Research Careers Scheme management board
  • Lothian NMAHP Research Strategy Management committee
  • Scottish School of Primary Care National Operational Group – external panel member/ advisor

 

Conference Organising Activity

  • European Cardiology Society and World Cardiology Congress 2019, Paris
  • An Innovation Civic Challenge: Healthy Ageing

 

Editorial Activity

  • BMC Family Practice – Associate Editor

 

Fellowships and Awards

  • The RCGP Research Paper of the Year Award 2014: Effectiveness of telemonitoring integrated into existing clinical services on hospital admission for exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: researcher blind, multicentre, randomised controlle

 

Grant Funding Panel Member

  • Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) Healthcare
  • Edinburgh and Lothian Health Foundation Research Awards Committee member

 

Grant Reviewer

  • Swiss National Science Foundation
  • Health Research Council (Hong Kong)
  • NIHR
  • Health Research Board (Ireland)

 

Invited Speaker

  • BP monitoring in the home /The impact of a telemetric blood pressure monitoring service
  • Scale up BP: the impact of research on service development
  • “Telemonitoring in Primary Care” Nursing in Practice Scotland, Glasgow 2016
  • "How to assess clinical outcomes of telemedicine - the pros and cons of randomized controlled trials" European Telemedicine Society Conference, Oslo 2016
  • “Inspiring and stimulating innovation in Scotland” Telehealth and Telecare Glasgow 2015
  • Invited panellist Telehealth and Telecare, Edinburgh 2014
  • “Telemonitoring in COPD: a leap forward?” Royal College of Physicians: Point of care testing - disruptive innovation - is the NHS ready for it?
  • “Telemonitoring in Primary Care” Scottish School of Primary Care Annual Conference: environmental influences on health. Inverness
  • “Telemonitoring in Primary Care” Scottish School of Primary Care Annual Conference: environmental influences on health. Inverness

 

Media Activity

  • Here’s looking at you, kid: how webcams help parents bond with premature babies
  • Cabinet Secretary visit to ‘Scale up BP’ project, Boroughloch Medical practice http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/health/text-pilot-to-reduce-gp-burden-1-3973459

 

Research Degree External Examining

  • PhD external examiner University of Edinburgh
  • External PhD examiner, Kings College, London
  • External PhD examiner, University of the West of Scotland
  • PhD external Examiner, University of Stirling

 

Reviewing

  • PLOS One
  • British Journal of General Practice
  • BMJ Quality and Safety
  • Health Informatics Journal
  • International Journal of Environment and Public Health
  • Primary care research and development
  • Journal of Medical Internet Research
  • Reviewer BMJ Open
  • BMC Family Practice
  • BMJ

 

Date


63 results

Implementing telemonitoring in primary care: learning from a large qualitative dataset gathered during a series of studies

Journal Article
Hanley, J., Pinnock, H., Paterson, M., & McKinstry, B. (2018)
Implementing telemonitoring in primary care: learning from a large qualitative dataset gathered during a series of studies. BMC family practice, 19(1), 118. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12875-018-0814-6
Background: Telemonitoring for long term conditions such as hypertension and diabetes has not been widely adopted despite evidence of efficacy in trials and policy support. Th...

Prospective external validation of the Predicting Out-of-OFfice Blood Pressure (PROOF-BP) strategy for triaging ambulatory monitoring in the diagnosis and management of hypertension: observational cohort study

Journal Article
Sheppard, J. P., Martin, U., Gill, P., Stevens, R., Hobbs, F. R., Mant, J., …McManus, R. J. (2018)
Prospective external validation of the Predicting Out-of-OFfice Blood Pressure (PROOF-BP) strategy for triaging ambulatory monitoring in the diagnosis and management of hypertension: observational cohort study. British medical journal, 361, k2478. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k2478
Objectives: Triaging patients with suspected high blood pressure for ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM), on the basis of their clinic blood pressure and characteristi...

Protocol for validation of the 4AT, a rapid screening tool for delirium: a multicentre prospective diagnostic test accuracy study

Journal Article
Shenkin, S. D., Fox, C., Godfrey, M., Siddiqi, N., Goodacre, S., Young, J., …MacLullich, A. M. (2018)
Protocol for validation of the 4AT, a rapid screening tool for delirium: a multicentre prospective diagnostic test accuracy study. BMJ Open, 8(2), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015572
INTRODUCTION: Delirium is a severe neuropsychiatric syndrome of rapid onset, commonly precipitated by acute illness. It is common in older people in the emergency department (...

Are self-reported telemonitored blood pressure readings affected by end-digit preference: a prospective cohort study in Scotland

Journal Article
Parker, R. A., Paterson, M., Padfield, P., Pinnock, H., Hanley, J., Hammersley, V. S., …McKinstry, B. (2018)
Are self-reported telemonitored blood pressure readings affected by end-digit preference: a prospective cohort study in Scotland. BMJ Open, 8(1), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019431
Objective Simple forms of blood pressure (BP) telemonitoring require patients to text readings to central servers creating an opportunity for both entry error and manipulati...

Predicting Out-of-Office Blood Pressure in the Clinic for the Diagnosis of Hypertension in Primary Care: An Economic Evaluation

Journal Article
Monahan, M., Jowett, S., Lovibond, K., Gill, P., Godwin, M., Greenfield, S., …McManus, R. J. (2017)
Predicting Out-of-Office Blood Pressure in the Clinic for the Diagnosis of Hypertension in Primary Care: An Economic Evaluation. Hypertension, https://doi.org/10.1161/hypertensionaha.117.10244
Clinical guidelines in the United States and United Kingdom recommend that individuals with suspected hypertension should have ambulatory blood pressure (BP) monitoring to con...

Learning lessons from the analysis of patient complaints relating to staff attitudes, behaviour and communication, using the concept of emotional labour

Journal Article
Hogg, R., Hanley, J., & Smith, P. (2018)
Learning lessons from the analysis of patient complaints relating to staff attitudes, behaviour and communication, using the concept of emotional labour. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(5-6), e1004-e1012. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.14121
Objectives: This paper explores the content of letters of complaint by patients and carers about the behaviour, attitudes and communication of healthcare staff. Background: Th...

Transition to parenthood in the neonatal care unit: a qualitative study and conceptual model designed to illuminate parent and professional views of the impact of webcam technology

Journal Article
Kerr, S., King, C., Hogg, R., McPherson, K., Hanley, J., Brierton, M., & Ainsworth, S. (2017)
Transition to parenthood in the neonatal care unit: a qualitative study and conceptual model designed to illuminate parent and professional views of the impact of webcam technology. BMC Pediatrics, 17(1), 158. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12887-017-0917-6
Background: Complications during pregnancy, childbirth and/or the postnatal period may result in the admission of a baby to a neonatal unit (NNU). While the survival and long-...

Home monitoring of breathing rate in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: observational study of feasibility, acceptability, and change after exacerbation

Journal Article
Rubio, N., Parker, R. A., Drost, E. M., Pinnock, H., Weir, C. J., Hanley, J., …Rabinovich, R. A. (2017)
Home monitoring of breathing rate in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: observational study of feasibility, acceptability, and change after exacerbation. International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 12, 1221-1231. https://doi.org/10.2147/copd.s120706
Abstract: Telehealth programs to promote early identification and timely self-management of acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (AECOPDs) have yielde...

Cohort profile: the Scottish Research register SHARE. A register of people interested in research participation linked to NHS data sets

Journal Article
McKinstry, B., Sullivan, F. M., Vasishta, S., Armstrong, R., Hanley, J., Haughney, J., …Palmer, C. N. A. (2017)
Cohort profile: the Scottish Research register SHARE. A register of people interested in research participation linked to NHS data sets. BMJ Open, 7(2), e013351. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013351
Purpose Recruitment to trials is often difficult. Many trials fail to meet recruitment targets resulting in underpowered studies which waste resources and the time of those wh...

Application of Mixed Effects Limits of Agreement in the Presence of Multiple Sources of Variability: Exemplar from the Comparison of Several Devices to Measure Respiratory Rate in COPD Patients

Journal Article
Parker, R. A., Weir, C. J., Rubio, N., Rabinovich, R., Pinnock, H., Hanley, J., …McKinstry, B. (2016)
Application of Mixed Effects Limits of Agreement in the Presence of Multiple Sources of Variability: Exemplar from the Comparison of Several Devices to Measure Respiratory Rate in COPD Patients. PLOS ONE, 11(12), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0168321
Introduction The Bland-Altman limits of agreement method is widely used to assess how well the measurements produced by two raters, devices or systems agree with each other. H...

Pre-Napier Funded Projects

  • MyLittleOne: use of live video streaming from neonatal unit to mothers in post natal ward. April 2015 – March 2016 - Co Applicant £70,898, Digital Health Institute
  • A feasibility study to identify an effective method of providing feedback and remote monitoring of physical activity in stroke survivors. April 2016 – December 2017, Co-applicant. Edinburgh and Lothian Health Foundation
  • Lothian Clinical Academic Careers Scheme, Exploring the use of telehealth in weight management. 2 Phd studentships to be held at QMU September 2013 - September 2019. Co- applicant, supervising one student
  • PEGASO: Development and testing of telehealth system using internet gaming approach.December 2013 – May 2017. Co-applicant 8,934,000 euros. European Union FP7
  • Development and validation of the 4AT: a new rapid screening tool for delirium.November 2012 – November 2017, Co-applicant. £839,226, National Institute for Health Research
  • ‘Light Touch’ telemonitoring for people with COPD in Lothian.October 2012 – April 2014, co-applicant £78,568, Edinburgh and Lothian Health Foundation
  • Development and evaluation of strategies to improve quality of sedation in intensive care (DESIST Study). September 2011 – December 2014 Co-applicant, £424,999. CSO plus GE Healthcare
  • The use of global position satellite tracking in wandering patients with dementia: feasibility study. September 2011 – August 2012, Co-applicant £46,000 . CSO
  • A pilot study on the feasibility of creating and using a Scottish Population Health Research Register October 2010 – September 2011 Co-applicant, £49,076. CSO
  • The assessment of vulnerability in public health nursing practice: a user-centred exploration, with a focus on the Lothian Child Concern Model 1/9/2008 – 31/8/2009 Co-applicant £24,464• NHS Lothian CSO Health Services research programme
  • Telemetric supported self-monitoring of long-term illness.June 2008- July 2014 Co-applicant, £983,330. CSO Applied Research Programme Grant
  • The acceptability to Patients and Professionals of a system of remote blood pressure monitoring using mobile phone based telemetry. Co-applicant, May 2007 – Dec 2007, £9556. RCGP
  • How do intermittent self-monitored blood pressures and GP surgery-based blood pressures compare to 24 hour ambulatory monitoring? Co-applicant, 1 June 2005 – 31 May 2006 £14,605. CSO
  • An analysis of the experience of parenthood and of the health visiting service from the perspectives of Pakistani and Chinese mothers of young children. Co-applicant, 1 April 2005 – 30 June 2006, £19,055 . CSO
  • A pilot randomised controlled trial to assess the impact on blood pressure control of empowering patients to become involved in their own blood pressure management. Co- applicant September 2002 – January 2004 £4462 . CSO
  • Evaluation of outcome measures for use in urinary incontinence. Co-applicant. January 1996 – March 1998 £37,850. CSO

Current Post Grad projects

Previous Post Grad projects

Non-Napier PhD or MSc by Research supervisions

  • PhD supervision Elizabeth McAnally (QMU)