Danielle Lamb

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Danielle is a Senior Research Fellow in the NIHR ARC North Thames, based in the Department of Applied Health Research at UCL. She has a background in acute mental health service research, including Crisis Resolution Teams, Acute Day Units, and inpatient services. Danielle is a mixed methods researcher, with expertise in qualitative and quantitative study designs, as well as experience of systematic reviews. She has run large observational cohort studies, RCTs, qualitative interview studies, and used ‘big data’ from patient health records. Danielle has worked on evaluations of the implementation of complex services and interventions, and she has a particular interest in occupational mental health and wellbeing, particularly of those working in healthcare.


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Peer support does not reduce hospital readmissions: the final word?


Danielle Lamb reviews a recent large randomised controlled trial on peer support for discharge from inpatient mental health care versus care as usual in England (the ENRICH study).

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Staff training to improve patient experiences of mental health inpatient wards


Danielle Lamb writes her debut elf blog on a recent RCT that investigates how staff training can improve patient experiences of mental health inpatient care.

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