Professor Paul Carding
Director, Oxford Institute of Allied Health Research (OxInAHR), Oxford Brookes University
Paul Carding is Professor and Director of the Oxford Institute of Allied Health Research (OxInAHR). He is also Senior Research Fellow at University College London (UK) and holds Honorary Professor roles at both Newcastle University (UK) and Australian National Catholic University. For the past five years Paul has worked at Australian National Catholic University as Professor, Deputy Head of School and National Research Lead for Allied Health, Nursing, Social Work and Public Health. Paul’s research encompasses many aspects of multi-disciplinary and complex clinical practice and has included significant collaborations with colleagues in surgery, psychology, nursing, dietetics, neurology, oncology, gerontology and palliative care. Paul has secured over £4million in nationally funded research grants (including NIHR, MRC, Wellcome Trust and Cancer UK). He has published over 120 peer-reviewed articles, 3 books and 9 book chapters and has supervised over 20 PhD and MPhil students to completion.
Paul chairs the OAHP Working Group on the development of Clinical Academic Roles for Nurses, Midwives and the Allied Health Professions and also leads the work on Living Labs aimed at support for research capability and capacity in the nursing, midwifery and allied health professions.