Paul’s research encompasses many aspects of multi-disciplinary and complex clinical practice and has included significant collaborations with colleagues in surgery, psychology, nursing, dietetics, neurology, oncology, gerontology and palliative care.
Paul has secured over £5million in research grants and has published over 130 peer-reviewed articles, 3 books and 9 book chapters. He has also supervised over 20 PhD and MPhil students to completion.
Research group membership
OxINMAHR Director: Professor Paul Carding
The Institute comprises a number of research centres and groups including The Centre for Movement, Occupational and Rehabilitation Sciences (MOReS), The Centre for Nursing, Health and Social Care Research (incorporating Supportive Cancer Care and Chidlren and Familes research groups), Oxford Brookes Centre for Nutrition and Health and Prevetative Science Research.
Carding is also Chair of the Oxford Brookes Healthy Ageing and Care Research and Knowledge Exchange Network.
Other research group memberships include:
a. NIHR Speech Pathology Research Group
b. NIHR Academy Incubator for Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery
Research grants and awards
National Institute of Health Research: HTA programme (CI) CET-HTA 11/NE/0136 : The Toppits trial: Clinical Effectiveness of Proton Pump Inhibitors in Throat Symptoms. FUNDED 2014-2018 £ 758,168
ACU Research Funding (CI) ACURF 42750 Multi-centre RCT of voice therapy for patients with Dysphonia. Not successful $ 396,000
National Institute of Health Research: RPB programme (CI) PB-PG 1013-32058 . Vocalist: Does laryngeal reinnervation or Type 1 thyroplasty give better voice results- a feasibility study. FUNDED 2015-2017 £ 324,977
National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) (PI) APP1095207. Title: TAHRDIS: collaboration for optimal treatment and training of people with dementia. Not successful (but highly commended) $ 1, 760, 342
Australian Research Council (CI) LE150100166 Title: Virtual Speech Therapist Laboratory Not successful $ 551,322
National Institute of Health Research: HTA (PI) Title: An RCT evaluation of voice therapy for non-organic dysphonia Not Successful(highly commended) $1,114,518
ACU Health Sciences (CI) Face-to-Voice project FUNDED 2016 $24,000
ACU RF Program grant (PI) Complex interventions: Speech Pathology interventions for Non-organic dysphonia FUNDED 2016 $ 281,592
Australian Government Research Program (PI) Research award: Voice Therapy for UVFP. FUNDED 2016-2018 $108,684
Centre for Research Excellence- Cerebral Palsy (NHMRC funding) (CI) Drooling in CP infants FUNDED 2016-2019 $ 81,000
Australian Research Council (CI) Title: The Wizard of Oz Project Not successful 2018 $300,000
Health Education England ICAP Internship programme FUNDED 2021- 2024 £95,940
John Templeton Foundation (CI) Psychologically informed religious and spiritual care in UK mental healthcare contexts. FUNDED 2019 £35,000
National Institute of Health Research (CI) NIHR Academy Incubator for Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery – NIRMIS FUNDED 2020 £90,000
National Institute of Health Research (CI) PRP NIHR201441 Redefining the management of persistent throat symptoms Not funded 2020 £69,133
UKRI COVID-19 (CI) COVID-19 teams in the NHS: implications for leadership, clinical performance, retention and individual long-term mental health. FUNDED 2020 £375,367
Oxford BRC RCF 2020 (CI) Patient and Clinician experience of remote consultation. FUNDED 2020 £106,848
Current projects include:
Redefining the management of persistent throat symptoms (NIHR funded)
UKRI COVID-19 (CI) COVID-19 teams in the NHS: implications for leadership, clinical performance, retention and individual long-term mental health (UKRI funded).
Oxford BRC RCF 2020 (CI) Patient and Clinician experience of remote consultation Oxford BRC funded).
HEE/NIHR ICAP Internship programme (HEE funded)
Summary Data 2020
34 (Google Scholar)
n = 101
Field-weighted citation impact: 1.23
Average citations per publication: