Peter Zeh, PhD, MSc, BSc, PGCTSS, RGN

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Biography

Peter is currently an Assistant Professor in Adult Nursing (0.8FTE) at Coventry University and Senior Clinical Research Fellow (0.2 FTE) at the University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust. Prior to these roles, Peter worked as a Clinical Recruitment Network Facilitator/Research Fellow on two multi-centre trials [Prevention of Fall Injury Trial (Pre-FIT) and Dementia and Physical Activity Trial (DAPA)], under Professor Sallie Lamb, Warwick Clinical Trials Unit, Warwick Medical School (WMS) [Sep 2013 – Oct 2016], after completing his PhD thesis on ‘Delivering Diabetes Care to Ethnic Diversity (DEDICATED) at WMS. This 3 - year NHS West Midlands funded PhD research fellowship (2010 - 2013), used mixed-methods (systematic reviews, surveys, participant observations, thematic analysis, Participatory Action Research (PAR) and interviews) to explore and engage patients, MDT healthcare professionals (HCPs), and clinical commissioning group leaders on partnership working at all levels to develop and implement appropriate services for ethnic minority people with diabetes.

Peter is a highly experienced, motivated healthcare professional and lifelong learner with excellent interpersonal and a broad range of skills gained in the NHS and academia. He has worked in the NHS since 1998 in various roles and have proven track records in his assigned responsibilities.

 

AREA OF EXPERTISE

  • Research and teaching
  • Clinical governance
  • Clinical risk management
  • Adult nursing
  • Diabetes and dementia
  • Primary healthcare
  • Project management
  • Evidence based practice
  • Ethnic minority groups
  • Cultural diversity
     

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Diabetes and dementia
  • Ethnic minority groups
  • Culturally competencies
  • Self-management
  • Culturally competent training
  • Research methods predominantly qualitative methods
  • Systematic reviews
  • Clinical trials  

 

RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL GRANT AWARDS 

  • NHS Health Education England-West Midlands (HEEWM) Research grant to undertake the study ‘Reducing Variability and Improving Diabetes Care’ where I am co-applicant with Dr Paul O’Hare as CI (March 2016) - £42,000
  • NIHR Clinical Research Network, West Midlands: Buy-out-time research grant to write an NIHR postdoctoral fellowship proposal on ‘Delivering Dementia Care to Ethnic Diversity (DEDICATED): An exploration of barriers and enablers to effective dementia care for people from ethnic minority groups’ where I was CI (November 2015) – £10,010   
  • Warwick Medical School (WMS) Travel Grant to present at the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) conference, Vancouver-Canada (November 2015) - £1000
  • Diabetes UK Professional Conference Grant for presenters (January 2014) - £120
  • Novo Nordisk Travel Grant to present at IDF congress, Melbourne (Dec 2013) - £500
  • WMS Travel Grant to present at IDF congress, Melbourne (Dec 2013) - £1300
  • Diabetes UK Professional Conference Grant for presenters (February 2013) - £120
  • Novo Nordisk Patient Benefit Grant Award to undertake the study ‘Designing effective culturally-competent diabetes care service in primary care’ with myself as CI (January 2013) - £4925
  • UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Bursary Award Winner (Dec 2013) - £500
  • Diabetes UK conference grant for presenters (February 2012) - £150
  • NHS West Midlands NMAHP Research Training Award (6 months extension) to complete the study ‘Delivering Diabetes Care to Ethnic Diversity (DEDICATED’ with myself as CI (December 2012) -£17,400.28
  • Diabetes Society Travel Grant to present at IDF congress, Dubai (Nov 2011) - £1000
  • TAKEDA Pharmaceutical Limited Travel Grant to IDF, Dubai (October 2011) - £550
  • TAKEDA Pharmaceutical Limited Conference Grant to PCDS (October 2010) - £100
  • Novo Nordisk Travel Grant to attend SAHF conference, London (April 2010) - £200
  • TAKEDA Pharmaceutical Limited Education Grant to organise the DEDICATED workshop opened to all stakeholders with myself as CI (Mar 2010) - £2,500
  • NHS West Midlands NMAHP Research Fellowship Training Award to undertake my PhD on ‘Delivering Diabetes Care to Ethnic Diversity (DEDICATED): Exploring potential barriers and solutions to delivering high quality diabetes care to people from ethnic minority groups’ with myself as CI (Oct 2009) - £121.000
  • TAKEDA Limited Patient Benefit Grant to undertake ‘A Pilot General Practice Survey on delivering diabetes care to ethnic groups’ with myself as CI (August 2008) - £10,000
  • UHCW R&D Research Capacity Grant Award to develop my research interest as Research trainee (Oct 2007 – Mar 2008) - £5,000
  • Coventry PCT Research & Development Grand Round Grant Award to undertake the study ‘Experiences of Families who care for respiratory-dependent children’ with myself as PI (2004) - £3,000 
  • Coventry & Warwickshire Workforce Confederation to undertake my MSc Training Award (Oct 2001) - £6,000.

 

SELECTED RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTATIONS

2018

  • Zeh, P (2018) Innovation Research Project on Diabetes specialists working with primary care teams: Qualitative evaluation - First year results, Coventry and Rugby CCG Education Meeting, Ansty Hall, Coventry, 11 January 2018.

2015

  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2015) Designing effective culturally-competent diabetes care service in primary care: A participatory research study to implement evidence. International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Congress. Vancouver, Canada. 30 November - 4 December 2015.

2014

  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2014) Designing effective culturally-competent diabetes care service in primary care: A participatory research study to implement evidence. South Asian Health Foundation (SAHF) 15th Annual Conference, Birmingham NEC, 16-17 October 2014.
  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2014) Designing effective culturally-competent diabetes care service in primary care: A participatory research study to implement evidence. Diabetes UK Annual Conference, Liverpool, 5-7 March 2014.

2013

  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2013) Designing effective culturally-competent diabetes care service in primary care: A participatory research study to implement evidence. 9th Annual Scientific Conference of the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine, University of Oxford. 9-10 December 2013.
  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, HK. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, JA (2013) A single city case survey on delivering diabetes care ethnic minority populations (Poster Discussion), International Diabetes Federation (IDF) congress. Melbourne, Australia. 2-6 December 2013.
  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, HK. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, JA (2013) Designing effective culturally-competent diabetes care service in primary care (Oral presentation). The Chief Nursing Officer’s BME Advisory Group 5th Annual Conference (Cultures of Compassion). University of Nottingham, 11 October 2013.
  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2013) A single city case survey on delivering diabetes care to ethnic minority populations (Poster presentation), 2nd International Symposium on Advances in Human Metabolism Research, Translational Medicine, University of Warwick, 16-17 May 2013, Diabetes UK conference, Manchester, 13-15 March 2013.

2012

  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2012) A single city case survey on delivering diabetes care ethnic minority populations (Poster presentation), Primary Care Diabetes Society (PCDS) conference, Birmingham 16-17 November 2012.
  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2012) The provision of culturally-competent diversity interventions to ethnic minority groups with diabetes: A systematic review (Poster Presentations), Diabetes UK Professional Conference, Glasgow: 7-9 March 2012.

2011

  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2012) The provision of culturally-competent diversity interventions to ethnic minority groups with diabetes: A systematic review (Poster Presentations), 21st International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Conference, Dubai: 4-8 December 2011.
  • Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. & Cannaby, AM & Sturt, J (2011) A Systematic review of cultural barriers impeding ethnic minority groups from accessing effective diabetes care services (Poster Presentations), Diabetes UK Professional conference, Glasgow: 7-9 march 2012; 21st International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Conference, Dubai: 4-8 December 2011; 7th National Conference of Primary Care Diabetes Society, NEC, Birmingham, 18-19/11/2011; 12th South Asian Health Foundation (SAHF) Annual Conference, NEC, UK, 07/10/2011; WMS 1st International Symposium on Advances in Human Metabolism Research, Warwick University, 11/11/2011.
  • P Zeh, H Sandhu, AM Cannaby & J Sturt (2011) Impact of culturally-competent diabetes care interventions for improving diabetes-related outcomes in ethnic minority groups: A systematic review (Poster presentations), 47th European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Congress, Lisbon, 13/09/2011; Warwick University, 13/05/2011; Health Research at Warwick, Digital Lab, Warwick University, 05/04/2011; Researching ethnicity conference, Manchester, 11/03/2011; Annual WMS Research Student Symposium, 20/01/2011.
  • P Zeh, H Sandhu, AM Cannaby & J Sturt (2011) Impact of culturally-competent diabetes care interventions for improving diabetes-related outcomes in ethnic minority groups: A systematic review (Oral presentations), 2nd European Transcultural Nursing Association International Conference, Limerick University, Ireland, 30/06/2011; International Conference on Making Diversity Interventions Count in Organisational Performance and Service Delivery, University of Bradford, 16/06/2011; WISDEM Seminar Series, CSB, 27/05/2011.

2010

  • Peter Zeh, Harbinder Sandhu, Ann-Marie Cannaby & Jackie Sturt (2010) Delivering Diabetes Care to Ethnic Diversity (DEDICATED), NHS West Midlands NMAHP Research Training Celebration Event, (Poster Presentation), Birmingham, 30/04/2010.
  • Peter Zeh (2010) Coventry Delivering Diabetes Care (DDC) to Ethnic Minority Groups: Findings from pilot general practice survey, (Oral presentation) to 50 delegates at Allesley Hotel Coventry, 10/03/2010.
  • Peter Zeh & Jackie Sturt (2010) Delivering Diabetes Care to Ethnic Diversity (DEDICATED) in Coventry (Oral presentation): Stakeholders’ Event - Project Launch to 50 delegates / Stakeholders Consultation Event, Coventry, 10/03/2010.

2005

  • Peter Zeh (2005) Exploring the experiences of families who care for technology dependent children at home within Coventry. West Midlands Child Health Consortium Forum, UHCW NHS Trust.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD in Health Sciences, Doctorate, University of Warwick

20102013

Postgraduate Certificate in Transferable Skills in Science (PGCTSS) , Postgraduate Certificate, University of Warwick

20102013

Applied Health Studies, Primary Health Care Policy, Organisation and Practice (PT), MSc, University of Warwick

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Adult Nursing, Degree, Coventry University

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External positions

External Examiner for PG Diabetes Taught Programmes, University of Southampton

1 Oct 201930 Sep 2022

Senior Clinical Research Fellow (0.2FTE), University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

15 Nov 2016 → …

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Projects 2016 2018

Research Output 2002 2019

A Qualitative Evaluation of Consultant-led Diabetes Virtual Community Clinics in Coventry (QUAL-ECLIPSE)

Zeh, P., Young, A., Gholap, N., Randeva, H., Johal, K., Patel, S. & O'Hare, P., 2 Dec 2019.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Consultants
Primary Health Care
Nutritionists
Health Literacy
Nurses
3 Citations (Scopus)
8 Downloads (Pure)

A cross-sectional survey of general practice health workers' perceptions of their provision of culturally competent services to ethnic minority people with diabetes

Zeh, P., Cannaby, A-M., Sandhu, H. K., Warwick, J. & Sturt, J. A., Dec 2018, In : Primary Care Diabetes. 12, 6, p. 501-509 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
General Practice
Cultural Competency
Cross-Sectional Studies
Health
Minority Groups
2 Citations (Scopus)

Aerobic and strength training exercise programme for cognitive impairment in people with mild to moderate dementia: the DAPA RCT

Lamb, S. E., Mistry, D., Alleyne, S., Atherton, N., Brown, D., Copsey, B., Dosanjh, S., Finnegan, S., Fordham, B., Griffiths, F., Hennings, S., Khan, I., Khan, K., Lall, R., Lyle, S., Nichols, V., Petrou, S., Zeh, P., Sheehan, B. & DAPA trial group, 1 May 2018, In : Health Technology Assessment. 22, 28, p. 1-201 201 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Resistance Training
Dementia
Exercise
Education
Caregivers
8 Citations (Scopus)
12 Downloads (Pure)

Dementia and Physical Activity (DAPA) - an exercise intervention to improve cognition in people with mild to moderate dementia: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Atherton, N., Bridle, C., Brown, D., Collins, H., Dosanjh, S., Griffiths, F., Hennings, S., Khan, K., Lall, R., Lyle, S., McShane, R., Mistry, D., Nichols, V., Petrou, S., Sheehan, B., Slowther, A. M., Thorogood, M., Withers, E., Zeh, P. & Lamb, S. E., 25 Mar 2016, In : Trials. 17, p. 1-12 12 p., 165.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Cognition
Dementia
Randomized Controlled Trials
Exercise
Caregivers
2 Citations (Scopus)
15 Downloads (Pure)

Exploring culturally competent primary care diabetes services: A single-city survey

Zeh, P., Sandhu, H. K., Cannaby, A. M., Warwick, J. & Sturt, J. A., 19 May 2016, In : Diabetic Medicine. 33, 6, p. 786-793 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Minority Groups
Ethnic Groups
General Practice
Primary Health Care
Cultural Competency