Professor Michael Moore

Professor in Primary Care Research - Theme 4 co-lead

Theme 4 co-lead

Professor Moore is an academic GP with more than 25 years' experience as a partner in a Salisbury practice. His practice has been engaged in research since 1993 and is now actively contributing to NIHR clinical network research. He is deputy director of the Primary Care and Public Health Science group in the Faculty of Medicine. This group aims to improve the management of disorders with major impact on public health, through a better understanding of the processes and outcomes of decisions made by health care professionals and their patients including help-seeking behaviour, diagnosis, decisions about interventions, treatment outcomes and predictors of benefit.His research interests include the optimal management of acute minor illness with a focus on antibiotic sparing strategies and he brings this experience to his role as the RCGP National Clinical Champion for Antimicrobial Stewardship. He is also involved in other programmes of work including depression management, obesity, alcohol and liver disease.

Projects by Professor Michael Moore