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Farhat Mahmood

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Elderly Care Researcher

ORCID  0000-0003-2062-434X

Farhat completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology in 2011 at Leeds Trinity University. She then went on and completed a (MSc) at the University of Leeds in ‘Psychological Approaches to Health’; graduating in 2013.Through these degree programmes she has utilised various quantitative and qualitative research methods. Since graduating from her MSc, Farhat has spent time gaining clinical and research experience in the Older Peoples Service with Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation trust as well as York Hospital and the University of Leeds.

Farhat joined the Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research as a Research Assistant in May 2015 and is currently working on the CARE75+ study as a Research Fellow.

Recent Publications

Goodwin VA, Low MSA, Quinn TJ, Cockcroft EJ, Shepherd V, Evans PH, Henderson EJ, Mahmood F,  Lochlainn MN, Needham C, Underwood BR, Arora A, Witham MD. Including older people in health and social care research: best practice recommendations based on the INCLUDE framework, Age and Ageing 2023;52(6): afad082.

Brown L, Heaven A, Quinn C, Goodwin V, Chew-Graham C, Mahmood F, Hallas S, Jacob I, Brundle C, Best K, Daffu-O’Reilly A, Spilsbury K, Young TA, Hawkins R, Hanratty B, Teale E, Clegg A. Community Ageing Research 75+ (CARE75+) REMOTE study: a remote model of recruitment and assessment of the health, well-being and social circumstances of older people. BMJ Open 2021;11(11):e048524.

Jacob I, Mahmood F, Brown L, Heaven A, Mahmood S, Clegg A. Recruiting older people from the Pakistani community in Community Ageing Research 75+. British Journal of Community Nursing 2020;25(3):110–113/

Heaven A, Brown L, Young J, Teale E, Hawkins R, Spilsbury K, Mountain G, Young T, Goodwin V, Hanratty B, Chew-Graham C, Brundle C, Mahmood F, Jacob I, Daffu-O’Reilly A, Clegg A. Community ageing research 75+ study (CARE75+): an experimental ageing and frailty research cohort. BMJ Open 2019;9(3):e026744. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026744