Dr Alice Tompson


Research Fellow

15-17 Tavistock Place
United Kingdom

I am a Research Fellow (maternity cover) at the NIHR School for Public Health Research at LSHTM (SPHR@L) where my research focusses on local authority approaches to reducing health inequalities. My academic background is in public health and medical anthropology. I previously worked as a primary care researcher at Oxford University.


Department of Health Services Research and Policy
Faculty of Public Health and Policy


I currently work on the NIHR funded Places and Communities Programme that seeks to strengthen the evidence on the social and environmental factors that determine public health.

Research Area
Public health
Social and structural determinants of health
Social Sciences

Selected Publications

Strategies for knowledge exchange for action to address place-based determinants of health inequalities: an umbrella review.
Halliday E; Tompson A; McGill E; Egan M; Popay J
Journal of public health (Oxford, England)
Commercial determinants of mental health.
Tompson AC; Mulrenan C; Hartwell G; Petticrew M; van Schalkwyk MCI; Maani N
BMJ (Clinical research ed.)
Understanding antibiotic use: practices, structures and networks.
Tompson AC; Manderson L; Chandler CIR
JAC-antimicrobial resistance
What drives antimicrobial prescribing for companion animals? A mixed-methods study of UK veterinary clinics.
Tompson AC; Chandler CIR; Mateus ALP; O'Neill DG; Chang Y-M; Brodbelt DC
Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Mixed-methods feasibility study of blood pressure self-screening for hypertension detection.
Tompson A; Fleming S; Lee M-M; Monahan M; Jowett S; McCartney D; Greenfield S; Heneghan C; Ward A; Hobbs R
BMJ open
Quality improvements of safety-netting guidelines for cancer in UK primary care: insights from a qualitative interview study of GPs.
Tompson A; Nicholson BD; Ziebland S; Evans J; Bankhead C
The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Acceptability and psychological impact of out-of-office monitoring to diagnose hypertension: an evaluation of survey data from primary care patients.
Tompson AC; Ward AM; McManus RJ; Perera R; Thompson MJ; Heneghan CJ; Nunan D
The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
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