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Cambridge Public Health


Fiona is interested in ageing and health and has expertise in qualitative methods across social and health care settings. Fiona recently held research positions in the Cambridge Institute of Public Health and The Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research. She has also held postdoc positions at Lucy Cavendish College, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, The Judge Business School, the Department of Economics University of Cambridge, IER Warwick, and the Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care at the University of Hertfordshire. Fiona joined PHPC in 2016 and is currently working on the qualitative work stream of the BEST3 Trial (A trial of a new GP based test for patients with heartburn symptoms) funded by Cancer Research UK.

Publications from Elements

Journal articles

2019 (Accepted for publication)

  • Scheibl, F., Fleming, J., Buck, J., Barclay, S., Brayne, C. and Farquhar, M., 2019 (Accepted for publication). The experience of transitions in care in very old age: implications for general practice Family Practice,
  • 2019

  • Scheibl, F., Farquhar, M., Buck, J., Barclay, S., Brayne, C. and Fleming, J., 2019. When Frail Older People Relocate in Very Old Age, Who Makes the Decision? Innovation in Aging, v. 3
  • 2016

  • Scheibl, F., 2016. Very old people dying – what would relatives like to have seen managed differently? BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2,
  • 2013

  • Trivedi, D., Goodman, C., Gage, H., Baron, N., Scheibl, F., Iliffe, S., Manthorpe, J., Bunn, F. and Drennan, V., 2013. The effectiveness of inter-professional working for older people living in the community: a systematic review. Health Soc Care Community, v. 21
  • 2011

  • Goodman, C., Drennan, V., Scheibl, F., Shah, D., Manthorpe, J., Gage, H. and Iliffe, S., 2011. Models of inter professional working for older people living at home: a survey and review of the local strategies of English health and social care statutory organisations. BMC Health Serv Res, v. 11
  • 2001

  • Dex, S. and Scheibl, F., 2001. Flexible and family-friendly working arrangements in UK-based SMEs: Business cases British Journal of Industrial Relations, v. 39
  • 1998

  • Scheibl, F. and Dex, S., 1998. Should we have more family-friendly policies? European Management Journal, v. 16
  • 1997

  • Scheibl, F., 1997. Taking our time: Remaking the temporal order - Donaldson,M TIME & SOCIETY, v. 6
  • Conference proceedings


  • Fleming, J., Eastment, J., Johnston, H., Tunster, H., Riglin, J., Hill, M., Jalal, H., Scheibl, F. and Mavrodaris, A., 2017. WHAT IS NEEDED TO IMPLEMENT AND EVALUATE FALLS PREVENTION MOST EFFECTIVELY? AGE AND AGEING, v. 46