Professor Justin  Keen

Professor Justin Keen

Professor of Health Politics

+44 (0) 113 343 6941

Summary: Justin is Professor of Health Politics. His principal research interests are in the governance of information and information technologies, and the nature of patient journeys.

Location: 10.32 Worsley Building

Current and recent research

NIHR HS&DR (2018-19) The effects of information technology networks on patient safety: a realist synthesis, PI, £243K.

NIHR HS&DR (2017-20) Qualdash, Co-I, £888K.

NIHR HS&DR (2017-20) Optimising the outputs of National Clinical Audits, Co-I, £868K.

EPSRC (2016-18). Quanticode: Intelligent Infrastructure for Quantitative, Coded Longitudinal Data. Co-I, £977K.

MRC (2014-19) Medical Bioinformatics Centre, Co-I, £7M.

NIHR HS&DR (2014-17) Monitoring and Managing from Ward to Board (After Francis programme), PI, £382K.

NIHR HS&DR (2010-2012) Knowledge Mobilisation, Co-I, £300K.

EPSRC (2009−2014) Large Scale Complex IT Systems − Engineering Doctorate Programme, Co-I, £4M.

EPSRC (2008-13) Large Scale Complex IT Systems, Co-PI, £5.1M.

NIHR CLAHRC (2008-10) CLAHRC for Leeds, York and Bradford, PI, £21.5M.

NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research (2008−2013) Pressure Ulcers, Co-PI, £2M.

NIHR SDO (2008−2011) Information technologies: costs and impacts, PI, £202K.

NIHR SDO (2007-10) Investigating the Governance of Foundation Hospitals, Co-PI, £400K.

European Union (2006-10) Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest, team member, £49K.

NIHR SDO (2006-09) The impact of electronic health records, co-PI, £300K.

ESRC (2005-8) Modelling and simulation for e-social science (MoSeS), Co-PI. £600K.

Yorkshire and Humber RHA (2002-5) NHS R&D Portfolio Programme, PI, £1.2M.

Guy’s & St Thomas’s Charitable Foundation (2001-3). (2002-3) Evaluation of the Modernisation Initiative, PI, £10K.

Guy’s & St Thomas’s Charitable Foundation  (2001-3) Evaluation of the Development Forum, PI, £50K.

SDO (2001-5). Continuity of Care: Partnership and Complexity, Co-PI, £290K.

Department of Health/MRC (2001-5). Whole systems evaluation of intermediate care, Co-PI, £552K.

Department of Health Policy Research Programme (2001-4) Evaluation of networking in primary care , PI, £118K

NHS Information Authority (2001-2) Evaluation of multi-agency electronic records, PI, £70K.