Fiona Morgan

 

 


 

Fiona has worked on reviews for a range of organisations including the Welsh Government, NICE, NHS Evidence and Public Health Wales. Current and recent projects include a Cochrane review on workplace obesity, a review on the prevention and treatment of dislocation following total hip replacement and systematic reviews to inform NICE guidance on tobacco harm reduction and weight management for children and young people. She advises Cardiff University staff and students undertaking literature and systematic reviews and teaches evidence-based methodologies for the University’s Graduate College, NISCHR CRC and the NHS. Fiona also lectures in research methods in the University’s School of Healthcare Studies.

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