Chantal Edge is a Specialty Registrar in Public Health and an NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow based at UCL. She leads on prison health research within the UCL Collaborative Centre for Inclusion Health and holds an honorary research position within the Offender Care team at Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust.
Chantal’s research focusses on the use of video consultations (telemedicine) within CNWL prisons to improve the access and quality of secondary care for patients.
Research interests include:
- Improving health services and patient outcomes in prisons, in line with the principle of equivalence
- Improving the interface between prison health and community health services
- Development and evaluation of interventions for inclusion health groups
- Edge CL, Black G, King EJ, George J, Patel S, Hayward A (2019). Improving care quality with prison telemedicine: the effects of context and multiplicity on successful implementation and use. In press Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare
- Edge CL, King EJ, Dolan K, McKee, M. (2016) Prisoners co-infected with TB and HIV: a systematic review. J Int AIDS Soc. 2016 Nov 15; 19(1):20960.
- Edge CL, Waight P, Ribiero S, Borrow R, Ramsay M, Ladhani S (2016) Clinical characteristics and outcomes of 4619 hospitalised cases of laboratory-confirmed invasive meningococcal disease in England: linkage analysis of multiple national databases Journal of Infection 2016 July 73; 5:427-436
Further details of her academic work can be found online.