Ms Natalie Tyldesley-Marshall B.A. M.A.

Natalie Tyldesley-Marshall

Institute of Applied Health Research
Honorary Research Fellow

Contact details

Address
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Natalie Tyldesley-Marshall is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Institute of Applied Health Research.

She is an experienced qualitative researcher, having undertaken mixed methods research in the areas of health and education.

Qualifications

  • MA in Social Research, University of Warwick, 2008
  • BA (Hons) in Social Science, Leeds Beckett University, 2007

Biography

Patient and family views of scans project

While working for the Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement (CHSCI) at the University of Wolverhampton, Natalie developed an interest in service evaluations.  Her main project at CHSCI was service evaluation of Physician Associates (then called Physician Assistants).  This explored learning on the job, and the use of netbooks in CPD, which led to the theme of education running through almost all of her subsequent posts, especially at the Centre for the Use of Research & Evidence in Education (CUREE).

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Natalie-Tyldesley-Marshall

https://bham.academia.edu/NatalieTyldesleyMarshall

Research

Natalie's last projects were researching patients’ views and interpretations of the diagnostic images of their brain tumour; and exploring women’s experiences of a weight loss intervention.

Prior to this, she analysed results from the Entry to Study survey completed by STEM students and focus groups were convened to explore their experiences in more detail.  The Entry to Study survey is now being developed and promoted alongside such surveys as the PTES. 

Her work at the Centre for the Use of Research & Evidence in Education (CUREE) varied from assisting evaluating CPD systems in schools, survey analysis, interviewing, literature reviews, producing resources for teachers and knowledge management.

At CHSCI, Natalie’s main project was a mixed methods service evaluation of Physician Associates (then called Physician Assistants).  This explored learning on the job; and acceptance in the workplace of the new role.

Research groups and Centres:

https://more.bham.ac.uk/cbtrt/about-us/

Publications

Recent publications

Article

Daley, A, Jolly, K, Ives, N, Jebb, SA, Tearne, S, Greenfield, S, Yardley, L, Little, P, Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Bensoussane, H, Pritchett, R, Frew, E & Parretti, H 2021, 'Feasibility and acceptability of a brief routine weight management intervention for postnatal women embedded within the national child immunisation programme in primary care: randomised controlled cluster feasibility trial with a nested qualitative study', Health Technology Assessment, vol. 25, no. 49, pp. 1-162. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta25490

Daley, AJ, Jolly, K, Ives, N, Jebb, SA, Tearne, S, Greenfield, SM, Yardley, L, Little, P, Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Bensoussane, H, Pritchett, RV, Frew, E & Parretti, HM 2021, 'Practice nurse-supported weight self-management delivered within the national child immunisation programme for postnatal women: a feasibility cluster RCT', Health Technology Assessment, vol. 25, no. 49, pp. VII-122. https://doi.org/10.3310/hta25490

Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Greenfield, S, Neilson, S, English, M, Adamski, J & Peet, A 2021, 'The Role of Magnetic Resonance Images (MRIs) in coping for patients with brain tumours and their parents: a qualitative study', BMC Cancer. <https://bmccancer.biomedcentral.com/>

Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Greenfield, S, Parretti, H, Jolly, K, Jebb, S & Daley, A 2021, 'The experiences of postnatal women and healthcare professionals of a brief weight management intervention embedded within the national child immunisation programme', BMC pregnancy and childbirth, vol. 21, 462. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-021-03905-3

Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Greenfield, S, Neilson, S, Adamski, J, Beardsmore, S, English, M & Peet, A 2020, 'Exploring the role of ‘shadowing’ as a beneficial preparatory step for sensitive qualitative research with children and young people with serious health conditions', Societies, vol. 10, no. 1, 14. https://doi.org/10.3390/soc10010014

Daley, A, Jolly, K, Bensoussane, H, Jebb, SA, Tearne, S, Greenfield, S, Yardley, L, Little, P, Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Pritchett, R, Frew, E & Parretti, H 2020, 'Feasibility and acceptability of a brief routine weight management intervention for postnatal women embedded within the national child immunisation programme in primary care: randomised controlled cluster feasibility trial', Trials, vol. 21, 757. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-020-04673-9

Tyldesley-Marshall, N, Greenfield, S, Neilson, S, English, M, Adamski, J & Peet, A 2019, 'Qualitative study: patients’ and parents’ views on brain tumour MRIs', Archives of Disease in Childhood. https://doi.org/10.1136/archdischild-2019-317306

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