University of Hertfordshire

Professor Frances Bunn



Frances Bunn is a Professor in Health and Complex Conditions.  She is a nurse by background.  Her research focuses on older people with complex needs including those with dementia and comorbid conditions such as diabetes. Her work on dementia has included all aspects of the dementia trajectory from diagnosis to end of life care.   Her work includes NIHR funded studies on the diagnosis and treatment of dementia (EXPLORE DD), the organisation and delivery of health care services for people with dementia and a comorbid condition (CoDem), dementia case finding (CASCADE) the management of diabetes in people with dementia (DIaMonD) and shared decision making for older people with complex health and social care needs (RESPOND).  She is currently leading an NIHR funded study aimed at increasing research capacity in adult social care in the east of England (the SCRiPT study).  Frances is an Editor with the Cochrane Injuries Group and has experience in a wide range of evidence synthesis methods including Realist Review

A  summary of research on service organisation and delivery for people with dementia and comorbidity can be seen here:

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