Letters after your name
- Additional job titles
A summary of your work.
Start with a simple sentence which explains your specific area of study, avoiding jargon, in the first person. So: "My research focuses on..."
Then, step back and provide a line to give context: why is your research important?
Now explain your work in more detail. What are you looking at specifically, and how do you do it? Again, keep jargon to a minimum, and remember to use the active first person.
You should also explain how it's having an impact. Is it inspiring new practice, changing policy, going into large-scale trials, or saving lives?
You might like to wrap up with ongoing projects and intended future work.
Also, feel free to include any important affiliations or teaching commitments.
A synthesis of qualitative research exploring the barriers to staying in work with chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Toye F. et al, (2016), Disabil Rehabil, 38, 566 - 572
Exploring the value of qualitative research films in clinical education.
Toye F. et al, (2015), BMC Med Educ, 15
A meta-ethnography of patients' experiences of chronic pelvic pain: struggling to construct chronic pelvic pain as 'real'.
Toye F. et al, (2014), J Adv Nurs, 70, 2713 - 2727
Physiotherapists' experiences of activity pacing with people with chronic musculoskeletal pain: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.
Scott-Dempster C. et al, (2014), Physiother Theory Pract, 30, 319 - 328
Meta-ethnography 25 years on: challenges and insights for synthesising a large number of qualitative studies.
Toye F. et al, (2014), BMC Med Res Methodol, 14