Amanda Rodney

Amanda RodneyQualifications: Masters in Research Methods, Bsc Sociology

Role: Research Assistant (Currently on maternity leave)

Amanda is currently working on a service evaluation of a GP practice. She has a particular interest in primary care and has been involved in several projects focusing on general practice. Currently involved in reviewing the outcomes of several papers on clinical care pathways.

Curriculum Vitae

Academic CV (PDF 76K, Downloads file) 

Short CV (PDF 240K, Downloads file) 


  • Atkin, K. Rodney, A and Cheater, F. (2005) “Disability, chronic illness, fertility and minority ethnic young people: making sense of identity, diversity and difference”, in Balen, R and Crawshaw, M (eds.)'Sexuality and Fertility in childhood and adolescence:  The invisible side of illness and disability' London: Jessica Kingsley.
  • Rodney, A. (2003) “Screening for Atrial Fibrillation in the over 65’s” as a part of a conference proceeding in the 32nd Annual Scientific meeting of the Society for Academic Care (SAPC). 16-17 July, Manchester. Pg.58, 016
  • Scobie S, Rodney A, Smith L, Dutt (1999), A. “Evaluating methods of developing and implementing prescribing markers in general practice”. Submitted to the Department of Health R&D, May 1999
  • Scobie S, Rodney A, Smith L, Dutt, A. (1999) “The effectiveness and cost of comparative feedback compared with educational visits by prescribing advisers in changing prescribing of analgesics by GPs”. Submitted to the Department of Health R&D, May 1999
  • Grant-Casey J. Rodney A, (1998) “Right every time? The diagnosis of HIV in the GUM Clinic an audit on testing patients for antibodies to HIV” - Research report submitted to Department of Health April 1998.

Contact Amanda

Tel: 01902 518718
Fax: 01902 321161