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International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
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Margaret Cupples

Margaret Cupples Margaret Cupples
Department of General Practice and Primary Care
Queen’s University
UK.

Biography

Dr. Margaret currently works as a general practitioner in West Belfast and in academic general practice, teaching medical students in the University’s Department of General Practice and Primary Care. She is also Clinical Lead for the Northern Ireland Clinical Research Network in Primary Care. Her personal research interests lie in the field of prevention and rehabilitation, with a focus on cardiovascular disease and physical activity. She has worked previously in a rural practice in Markethill, Co Armagh and has been the Principal Investigator in many community-based studies, including a MRC funded trial which showed the benefits of regular review for patients with coronary heart disease. Other work has included cross-sectional and observational studies of the management of heart disease and cardiac rehabilitation, aiming to determine how to optimize secondary prevention in primary care. She is currently involved in studies of interventions to promote physical activity and lifestyle behaviour change, for both primary and secondary prevention, particularly in socio-economically disadvantaged areas and in different population sub-groups. Dr. Margaret has 101 peer reviewed publications. Dr. Margaret has research interest in cardiovascular research - in particular secondary prevention of coronary artery disease. Also currently engaged in research project of peer mentoring of first time mothers in an inner-city area.

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cardiovascular research - in particular secondary prevention of coronary artery disease. Also currently engaged in research project of peer mentoring of first time mothers in an inner-city area.

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