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Ms Carole Beighton

School: Centre for Health and Social Care Research

Job Title: Honorary Research Associate

Email: Carole.Beighton@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Phone: 07795283711

Location: Room 51, 2nd Floor Grosvenor Wing, St Georges

Biography

Carole is a registered general nurse (RGN) and a nurse for people who have learning disabilities (RNMH). She also has a PGCE and is a registered nurse teacher. Carole currently works as a part-time researcher within the Population Health Institute at St Georges, University of London and is also currently an honorary research associate within the Centre for Health & Social Care Research in Kingston and St George's.

Carole's main teaching and research interests are in primary care research, people who have a learning disabilities, informal carers and older people's health. She was previously a senior lecturer in long term conditions and primary care at Kingston University, a senior lecturer in practice learning at London South Bank University and an inter-professional facilitator for undergraduate healthcare students in St Georges hospital prior to commencing her current role.

She is currently undertaking a PhD exploring the relationship between the identification of positive aspects of parenting and the health of parents who support a child or adult with a learning disability.

Academic and professional qualifications

  • PGCE (PCET), Teacher training, University of East London
  • MSc (Dist) Paul Freeling Prize, Health Sciences, St Georges University of London
  • RCGP Diploma in Asthma Care, Asthma training centre, Stratford upon Avon
  • AMSPAR, Diploma in Practice Management (Dist), Hammersmith & West London College
  • ENB Practice Nurse Certificate, North East Surrey College of Technology (NESCOT)
  • RNMH, Registered Nurse for the Mentally Handicapped, Orchard Hill, Queen Marys Hospital Carshalton
  • RGN, Registered General Nurse, Brakespear School of Nursing

Research interests

Primary Care; Older People; Informal Carers; Learning Disability; Interprofessional teaching and learning

Publications

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Number of items: 22.

Article

Hosking, Fay J., Carey, Iain M., DeWilde, Stephen, Harris, Tess, Beighton, Carole and Cook, Derek G. (2017) Preventable emergency hospital admissions among adults with intellectual disability : comparisons with the general population in England. Annals of Family Medicine, 15(5), pp. 462-470. ISSN (print) 1544-1709

Beighton, Carole, Victor, Christina, Carey, Iain M, Hosking, Fay, DeWilde, Steve, Cook, Derek G, Manners, Paula and Harris, Tess (2017) "I'm sure we made it a better study…" : Experiences of adults with intellectual disabilities and parent carers of patient and public involvement in a health research study. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, ISSN (print) 1744-6295 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Halter, Mary, Pelone, Ferruccio, Boiko, Olga, Beighton, Carole, Harris, Ruth, Gale, Julia, Gourlay, Stephen and Drennan, Vari (2017) Interventions to reduce adult nursing turnover : a systematic review of systematic reviews. Open Nursing Journal, 11, pp. 108-123. ISSN (online) 1874-4346

Wahlich, Charlotte, Beighton, Carole, Victor, Christina, Normansell, Rebecca, Cook, Derek, Kerry, Sally, Iliffe, Steve, Ussher, Michael, Whincup, Peter, Fox-Rushby, Julia, Limb, Elizabeth, Furness, Cheryl and Harris, Tess (2017) "You started something…then I continued by myself": a qualitative study of physical activity maintenance. Primary Health Care Research & Development, ISSN (print) 1463-4236 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Beighton, Carole and Wills, Jane (2017) Are parents identifying positive aspects to parenting their child with an intellectual disability or are they just coping? A qualitative exploration. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, ISSN (print) 1744-6295 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Carey, Iain M, Hosking, Fay J, Harris, Tess, DeWilde, Stephen, Beighton, Carole, Shah, Sunil M and Cook, Derek G (2016) Do health checks for adults with intellectual disability reduce emergency hospital admissions? Evaluation of a natural experiment. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 71(1), pp. 52-58. ISSN (print) 0143-005X

Victor, Christina R., Rogers, Annabelle, Woodcock, Alison, Beighton, Carole, Cook, Derek G., Kerry, Sally M., Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter, Ussher, Michael and Harris, Tess J. (2016) What factors support older people to increase their physical activity levels? An exploratory analysis of the experiences of PACE-Lift trial participants. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 67, pp. 1-6. ISSN (print) 0167-4943

Hosking, Fay J, Carey, Iain M, Shah, Sunil M, Harris, Tess, DeWilde, Stephen, Beighton, Carole and Cook, Derek G (2016) Mortality among adults with intellectual disability in England : comparisons with the general population. American Journal of Public Health, 106(8), pp. 1483-1490. ISSN (print) 0090-0036

Shah, Sunil, Carey, Iain, Hosking, Fay, DeWilde, Stephen, Harris, Tess, Beighton, Carole and Cook, Derek (2016) Health characteristics and general practice consultation patterns of people with intellectual disability. British Journal of General Practice (BJGP), 66(645), e264-e270. ISSN (print) 0960-1643

Beighton, Carole, Victor, Christina, Normansell, Rebecca, Cook, Derek, Kerry, Sally, Iliffe, Steve, Ussher, Michael, Whincup, Peter, Fox Rushby, Julia, Woodcock, Alison and Harris, Tess (2015) "It's not just about walking.....it's the practice nurse that makes it work": a qualitative exploration of the views of practice nurses delivering complex physical activity interventions in primary care. BMC Public Health, 15(1236), ISSN (online) 1471-2458

Ahmad, Shaleen, Harris, Tess, Limb, Elizabeth, Kerry, Sally, Victor, Christina, Ekelund, Ulf, Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter, Beighton, Carole, Ussher, Michael and Cook, Derek G. (2015) Evaluation of reliability and validity of the General Practice Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPPAQ) in 60-74 year old primary care patients. BMC Family Practice, 16(113), ISSN (online) 1471-2296

Harris, Tess, Kerry, Sally M., Victor, Christina R., Ekelund, Ulf, Woodcock, Alison, Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter H., Beighton, Carole, Ussher, Michael, Limb, Elizabeth S., David, Lee, Brewin, Debbie, Adams, Fredrika, Rogers, Annabelle and Cook, Derek G. (2015) A primary care nurse-delivered walking intervention in older adults: PACE (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation)-Lift cluster randomised controlled trial. PLOS Medicine, 12(2), e1001783. ISSN (online) 1549-1676

Harris, T, Kerry, S, Victor, C, Ekeland, U, Woodcock, A, Iliffe, S, Whincup, P, Beighton, C, Ussher, M, Limb, E, David, L, Brewin, D, Adams, F and Cook, D (2014) OP03 Does a complex intervention by primary care nurses increase walking in 60–75 year olds? Outcomes at three and twelve months from the PACE-Lift (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation – Lift) cluster randomised controlled trial. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 68(Suppl 1), A5. ISSN (print) 0143-005X

Rogers, Annabelle, Harris, Tess, Victor, Christina, Woodcock, Alison, Limb, Elizabeth, Kerry, Sally, Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter, Ekelund, Ulf, Beighton, Carole, Ussher, Michael, Adams, Fredrika and Cook, Derek G (2014) Which older people decline participation in a primary care trial of physical activity and why: insights from a mixed methods approach. BMC Geriatrics, 14(46), ISSN (online) 1471-2318

Harris, Tess, Kerry, Sally M, Victor, Christina R, Ekelund, Ulf, Woodcock, Alison, Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter H, Beighton, Carole, Ussher, Michael, Limb, Elizabeth, David, Lee, Brewin, Debbie, Adams, Fredrika, Rogers, Annabelle and Cook, Derek G (2014) Does a complex intervention by primary care nurses increase walking in older people? Outcomes at 3 and 12 months in the PACE-Lift (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation-Lift) cluster-randomised controlled trial. The Lancet, 384, S3. ISSN (print) 0140-6736

Harris, Tess, Kerry, Sally, Victor, Christina, Ekelund, Ulf, Woodcock, Alison, Iliffe, Steve, Whincup, Peter, Beighton, Carole, Ussher, Michael, David, Lee, Brewin, Debbie, Adams, Fredrika, Rogers, Annabelle and Cook, Derek (2013) Randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention by primary care nurses to increase walking in patients aged 60-74 years: protocol of the PACE-Lift (Pedometer Accelerometer Consultation Evaluation - Lift) trial. BMC Public Health, 13(5), ISSN (online) 1471-2458

Harris, Tess, Cook, Derek G., Victor, Christina, DeWilde, Stephen and Beighton, Carole (2006) Onset and persistence of depression in older people - results from a 2-year community follow-up study. Age and Ageing, 35(1), pp. 25-32. ISSN (print) 0002-0729

Harris, Tess, Cook, Derek G, Victor, Christina R, Beighton, Carole, DeWilde, Stephen and Carey, Iain M (2005) Linking survey data with computerised records to predict consulting by older people. British Journal of General Practice, 54(509), pp. 928-931. ISSN (print) 0960-1643

Harris, Tess, Cook, Derek G., Victor, Christina R., Rink, Pit, Beighton, Carole, Dewidle, Stephen and Carey, Iain M. (2005) Are depression, anxiety and health beliefs important predictors of older people's primary care consulting? Age and Ageing, 34(4), pp. 398-401. ISSN (print) 0002-0729

Harris, Tess, Cook, Derek, Victor, Christina, Beighton, Carole, DeWilde, Stephen and Carey, Iain (2005) Linking questionnaires to primary care records: factors affecting consent in older people. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 59, pp. 336-338. ISSN (print) 0143-005X

Harris, Tess, Cook, Derek G., Victor, Christina, Rink, Elizabeth, Mann, Anthony H., Shah, Sunil, DeWilde, Stephen and Beighton, Carole (2003) Predictors of depressive symptoms in older people - a survey of two general practice populations. Age and Ageing, 32(5), pp. 510-518. ISSN (print) 0002-0729

Harris, Tess J, Cook, Derek G, Shah, Sunil, Victor, Christina R, DeWilde, Stephen, Beighton, Carole and Rink, Elizabeth (2002) Mammography uptake predictors in older women. Family Practice, 19(6), pp. 661-664. ISSN (print) 0263-2136

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