I am a researcher currently working on the PEOPLE-HULL study funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research. My other responsibilities are teaching on the Scholarship Special Interest Programme (SSIP) module: Early Diagnosis of Cancer, facilitating workshops and tutorials for HYMS undergraduates, marking and moderation of undergraduate and postgraduate students; postgraduate supervision; peer-reviewing, mentoring and other HYMS activities.
Julie Walabyeki is a research fellow, involved in the Yorkshire Cancer Research studies PEOPLE-Hull and WORKPLACE. She is also involved in the PRIORITY study: Cancer Care during COVID-19 (TRANSFORM); was involved in the Cancer Studies Yorkshire (CSY) -Yorkshire Cancer Research, Symptoms Awareness studies (1&2)-Cancer Research UK. She has medical training and RCT experience. Her interests include early diagnosis of cancer, smoking, infectious diseases (HIV/TB)and healthcare management-leadership.
MB BS Medicine - Phase 1
SSIP - Cancer screening, awareness and detection
View Julie's publications on ORCID.
View Julie's publications on Worktribe.
Chen, H., Walabyeki, J., Johnson, M., Boland, E., Seymour, J. and Macleod, U., 2019. An integrated understanding of the complex drivers of emergency presentations and admissions in cancer patients: Qualitative modelling of secondary-care health professionals’ experiences and views. PloS one, 14(5), p.e0216430.
Walabyeki, J., Adamson, J., Buckley, H.L., Sinclair, H., Atkin, K., Graham, H., Whitaker, K., Wardle, J. and Macleod, U., 2017. Experience of, awareness of and help-seeking for potential cancer symptoms in smokers and non-smokers: A cross-sectional study. PloS one, 12(8), p.e0183647
PHD Cluster: Exercise for Improving Cancer Treatment Efficacy (EspriT)-qualitative study, University of Hull (co-investigator) -a collaboration with Department of Sport, Health & Exercise Science (SHES), Hull York Medical School (HYMS) and the Hull University Teaching Hospitals (HUTH) NHS Trust.