Senior Research Fellow
Department of Primary Care &Public Health Sciences
Division of Health and Social Care Research
School of Medicine
King's College London
9th Floor Capital House, 42 Weston Street
Tel: 020 7848 8677
Peter Schofield is a research associate with interests in mixed method approaches investigating the social context of severe mental illness and also health inequalities, in mental health and cardiovascular disease. Originally with a background in Sociology (LSE) he first worked in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health, UCL; progressing to a doctorate in mental health services research at the Institute of Psychiatry. He has since worked on a wide range of primary care related projects applying advanced statistical techniques, using large datasets of health records, and also qualitative approaches, including in-depth interviews. He is a member of the Unit for Medical Statistics, providing statistical consultancy and teaching within the School of Medicine, and is a statistical advisor on the board of the British Journal of General Practice.
Schofield P, Baawuah F, Seed P, Ashworth M. (In press - 2012) Managing hypertension in general practice: a cross sectional study of treatment and ethnicity. British Journal of General Practice.
Jones R, Green E, Hull C, Niesner E, Schofield P. (2012) Making an impact: research, publications, and bibliometrics in the BJGP. Br J Gen Pract;62(596):157-9.
Wallcraft J, Fleischmann P, Schofield P. (2012) The involvement of users and carers in social work education: a practice benchmarking study. Workforce development. London: SCIE Schofield P, Ashworth M, Jones R (2011) Ethnic isolation and psychosis: re-examining the ethnic density effect. Psychological Medicine;41(6):1263-69.
Schofield P, Saka O, Ashworth M. 2011) “Ethnic differences in blood pressure monitoring and control in Lambeth” British Journal of General Practice.
Schofield P, Gask L, Crosland A., Waheed W., Wallace A., Aseem A., Dickens A., Waquas A., Tylee A. (2011) “Patients’ views of anti-depressants: from first experiences to becoming expert” British Journal of General Practice.
Walters P., Schofield P., Howard L., Ashworth M., Tylee A. (2011) The relationship between asthma and depression in primary care patients: a historical cohort and nested case control study. PLoS ONE.
Ashworth M, Schofield P, Seed P, Durbaba S, Kordowicz M, Jones R. (2011) “Identifying poorly performing general practices in England: a longitudinal study using data from the ‘Quality and Outcomes Framework’.” Journal of Health Service Research and Policy.
Czachowski S, Seed P, Schofield P, Ashworth M. (2011). Measuring psychological change during brief cognitive behaviour therapy in primary care: a Polish study using PSYCHLOPS. PLoS ON