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Dr Daz Greenop

Dr Daz Greenop

Telephone: 0151 231 4033

Biography

I am interested in the broad fields of health psychology, medical sociology and critical disability studies/social work. Specific interests include issues of self-care, embodiment, medicalisation and stigma particularly in relation to disability and illness. I am also involved with a number of projects at LJMU’s Centre for Collaborative Innovation in Dementia. I am particularly keen to develop qualitative and participatory methods in both research and practice with disadvantaged and marginalised groups.

Degrees

2009, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD
2001, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, MA
1989, Keele University, United Kingdom, BA (hons)

Publications

Report

Greenop D, Smith GM. 2016. Dementia Reablement Service: an evaluation for Cheshire East Council

Bluett R, Faulkner L, Greenop D, Welhengama G. Partnerships promoting aspirations and progression for under-represented people from the black and minority ethnic community in health and social care

Springett J, Woods S, Greenop D, Wainwright A, Elliot I. Single Equality Scheme Learning Sites Evaluation

Greenop D. An evaluation of the Junior Mentor Project

Springett J, Barrett G, Elliott I, Greenop D, Lawless A, Newman A, Richards A. Pacesetters Workforce Development Evaluation

Greenop D, Hughes LJ, Lavin R, Medforth N, Timpson H. Monkey’s Guide to Healthy Living and NHS Services An evaluation of the implementation of resources designed to support the learning of primary school aged children in England >DOI

Medforth N, Atkinson A, Clarke P, Connolly J, Greenop D, Huntingdon E, Kewley O, Turner G. Sex, Drugs and Risk Control: report on the small-acale evaluation of the course commissioned by St. Helens Young People's Services

Medforth N, Hughes L, Lavin R, Greenop D, Timpson H. Monkey’s Guide to Healthy Living and NHS Services: An evaluation of the implementation of resources designed to support the learning of primary school aged children in England Monkey’s Guide to Healthy Living and NHS Services: An evaluation of the implementation of resources designed to support the learning of primary school aged children in England >Link

Chapters

Greenop D, Smith GM. 2016. Research Smith GM. Dementia Care: A Practical Approach :149-160 CRC Press. Boca Raton

Greenop D, Glenn S. 2010. Healthcare narratives and self-care stories: Developing user-driven taxonomy for adults with cystic fibrosis. Biswas R, Mart C. User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing collaborative social networks and technologies. :357-375 Global Publishing

Journal article

Dillon J, Greenop D, Hills M. 2015. Participation in Child Protection: a small scale qualitative study Qualitative Social Work: research and practice, >DOI

Greenop D, Glenn S. 2014. Self-care at the margins of healthcare: 'Malingering' and 'self-neglecting' cystic fibrosis patients QUALITATIVE SOCIAL WORK, 13 :389-405 >DOI >Link

Edwards J, Clarke A, Greenop D. 2013. Adults with cystic fibrosis - responding to a new ageing population. Chronic Illn, 9 :312-319 >DOI >Link

Greenop D. 2011. From compliance to concordance and beyond: rhetoric, reality & qualitative research. International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare, 1 :1-13 >DOI

Greenop D. 2010. Rightly Dividing the Word: Research beyond the Limits of Ethical Approval Ethics and Social Welfare, 4 :306-310 >DOI

Greenop D, Glenn S, Ledson M, Walshaw M. 2010. Self-care and cystic fibrosis: a review of research with adults. Health Soc Care Community, 18 :653-661 >DOI >Link

Knight KH, Porcellato L, Vickerman P, Greenop D. Factors affecting UK physically disabled children and young people participating in mainstream out-of-school activities: Focus on personal care and training. Poster Presentation: ACCN Symposium 2014 Jersey 05/09/14. Working Papers in the Health Sciences (2014), >Link

Medforth N, Greenop D, Lavin R, Timpson H. Monkey's Health Service: An evaluation of the implementation of resources designed to support the learning of primary school aged children in England about healthy lifestyles and NHS services. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing,

Poster

Knight KH, Porcellato L, Vickerman P, Greenop D. 2014. Factors affecting UK physically disabled children and young people participating in mainstream out-of-school activities: Focus on personal care and training ACCN Symposium 2014 Jersey

Knight KH, Porcellato L, Vickerman P, Greenop D. 2013. Factors affecting UK physically disabled children and young people participating in mainstream out-of-school activities: the children, young people and family perspective at Children’s Nursing Research Unit Conference: Making a difference for children and families. Poster Presentation: Alder Hey NHS Foundation Trust

Conference publication

Greenop D, Glenn S, Clifford D, Ledson M, Walshaw M. 2009. Reconsidering Self-care: a sociological response to CF research >DOI

Greenop D, Glenn S, Clifford D, Ledson M, Walshaw M. 2009. Self-care: a qualitative study of adults with cystic fibrosis >DOI

Greenop D, Walshaw M, Ledson M. 2006. Cultural restraints and barriers to physical activity for male CF adults >DOI

Greenop DT. 2004. Distribution of the Disability Living Allowance in cystic fibrosis patients in the United Kingdom: encouragement of the sick role?

Performance

Knight KH, Porcellato L, Vickerman P, Greenop D. Factors affecting physically disabled children and young people accessing out-of-school activities – sports focus

Engagement & Impact

Industrial connections:

Damibu, Co-design of a dementia travel app, http://www.damibu.com/

Research Grants Awarded:

(July - September 2018) Urgent Care 24 (UC 24), Uwamaliya. P (July -Sept 2018) Research Lead: Impact Assessment Study of the Liverpool Asylum Seeker Initial Accommodation Centre, Dr. Isaac Oduro Amoako; Dr. Daz Greenop; Moni Akinsanya, Grant value (£): 9,324, Duration of research project: Three months

Damibu/SBRI Wales, Co-creating a Travel App for People living with Dementia (Phase 1), Grahame Smith (PI), Laura Kelly (Co-I), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Grant value (£): 3140.00, Duration of research project: 3 months

ERDF, Health Enterprise Hub - Innovation Exchange (HEHIE), Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Echo Yeung (Co-I), Grant value (£): 272713, Duration of research project: 3 years

Interreg NW Europe (IVB), Innovate Dementia, Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Denise Parker (Co-I), Grant value (£): 541000, Duration of research project: 3 years and 5 months

Cheshire East Council, Evaluation of a Dementia Reablement Service, Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Grant value (£): 10000, Duration of research project: 14 months

Interreg Europe, HELIUM, Grahame Smith (PI), Daz Greenop (Co-I), Grant value (£): 243435, Duration of research project: 48 months