Emeritus Professor and Foundation Chair of General Practice
Fellow St John’s College, Cambridge
MA, MSc, MD, FRCGP, FMedSci
Tel: 01223 330562
Professor Ann Louise Kinmonth is Emeritus Professor of General Practice at the University of Cambridge, and convenor of the St John’s College Reading Group on Health Inequalities (established 2014).
Ann Louise studied for her MD in Oxford. She was Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader and Professor in Primary Medical Care in the University of Southampton 1983 to 1996. Ann Louise held the Foundation Chair of General Practice at the University of Cambridge 1997 to-2011. Since then she has been Director of Research at Cambridge, Clinical Director of Studies (St Johns), Academy of Medical Sciences mentor, and since 2014, Convenor of the St John’s College Reading Group on Health Inequalities.
Professor Kinmonth’s main areas of research interest are development of trial evaluations of complex behavioural intervention, the prevention and management of chronic disease, patient-centered care, and inequalities in health. Professor Kinmonth was a practising GP for 30 years and continues to teach General Practice in developing countries. She was appointed CBE in for Services to Primary Care Research.
“Brains as models of the world and brains as models of the lifeworld: action, structure and neurobiology” Kelly, M. P., Fletcher, P. C., Kriznik, N. M. and Kinmonth, A. L. (2018) in Social Neuroscience. Published online 10th May 2018: https://doi.org/10.1080/17470919.2018.1471003
“Moving beyond individual choice in policies to reduce health inequalities: the integration of dynamic with individual explanations” Kriznik, N. M., Kelly, M. P., Kinmonth, A. L. and Ling, T. (2018) in the Journal of Public Health. Published online 13th March 2018: https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdy045
Patients’ views on interactions with practitioners for type 2 diabetes: a longitudinal qualitative study in primary care over 10 years. Hajira Dambha-Miller, Barbora Silarova, Greg Irving, Ann Louise Kinmonth, Simon J Griffin Br J Gen Pract 4 December 2017; bjgp17X693917. DOI: 10.3399/bjgp17X693917
Health welfare and the state the dangers of forgetting history. Simon Szreter Ann Louise Kinmonth Michael P Kelly Natasha M Kriznik Lancet 2016 12 2;388(10061):2734-2735. Epub 2016 Dec 2.December 1969http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(16)32429-1
Patient centred care health behaviours and cardiovascular risk factor levels in people with recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes 5 year follow up of the ADDITION Plus trial cohort. Hajira Dambha-Miller, Andrew J M Cooper, Rebecca K Simmons, Ann Louise Kinmonth, Simon J Griffin BMJ Open 2016 Jan 6;6(1):e008931. Epub 2016 Jan 6.
Long term effect of population screening for diabetes on cardiovascular morbidity self rated health and health behavior. Justin B Echouffo-Tcheugui, Rebecca K Simmons, A Toby Prevost, Kate M Williams, Ann-Louise Kinmonth, Nicholas J Wareham, Simon J Griffin Ann Fam Med 2015 Mar;13(2):149-57
Multiple behaviour change intervention and outcomes in recently diagnosed type 2 diabetes the ADDITION Plus randomised controlled trial. Simon J Griffin, Rebecca K Simmons, A Toby Prevost, Kate M Williams, Wendy Hardeman, Stephen Sutton, Søren Brage, Ulf Ekelund, Richard A Parker, Nicholas J Wareham, Ann Louise Kinmonth Diabetologia 2014 Jul 24;57(7):1308-19.
Screening for type 2 diabetes and population mortality over 10 years (ADDITION-Cambridge): a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Echouffo-Tcheugui JB, Sharp SJ, Sargeant LA, Williams KM, Prevost AT, Kinmonth AL, Wareham NJ, Griffin SJ.. Lancet. 2012 Oct 3. pii: S0140-6736 (12) 61422-6. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61422-6.
Effect of adding a diagnostic aid to best practice to manage suspicious pigmented lesions in primary care: randomised controlled trial. Walter FM, Morris HC, Humphrys E, Hall PN, Prevost AT, Burrows N, Bradshaw L, Wilson EC, Norris P, Walls J, Johnson M, Kinmonth AL, Emery JD. BMJ. 2012 Jul 4;345:e4110. doi: 10.1136/bmj.e4110.
Effectiveness of physical activity promotion based in primary care: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Orrow G, Kinmonth AL, Sanderson Simon, Sutton SR.. BMJ 2012; 344:7
Impact of an informed choice invitation on uptake of screening for diabetes in primary care (DICISION): randomised trial. Marteau Theresa M, Mann Eleanor, Prevost A Toby, Vasconcelos Joana C, Kellar Ian, Sanderson Simon Michael Parker, Simon Griffin, Stephen Sutton, Ann Louise Kinmonth, BMJ 2010; 340 :c2138
Psychological impact of screening for type 2 diabetes: controlled trial and comparative study embedded in the ADDITION (Cambridge) randomised controlled trial. Eborall Helen C, Griffin Simon J, Prevost A Toby, Kinmonth Ann-Louise, French David P, Sutton Stephen et al BMJ 2007; 335 :486 i: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.39303.723449.55
Effects of a clinical-practice guideline and practice-based education on detection and outcome of depression in primary care: Hampshire Depression Project randomised controlled trial. Thompson, C, Kinmonth, AL, Stevens, L et al.. Lancet. 2000; 355: 185–191
Randomised controlled trial of follow up care in general practice of patients with myocardial infarction and angina: final results of the Southampton heart integrated care project (SHIP). Jolly Kate, Bradley Fiona, Sharp Stephen, Smith Helen, Thompson Simon, Kinmonth Ann-Louise et al. BMJ 1999; 318 :706
Randomised controlled trial of patient centred care of diabetes in general practice: impact on current wellbeing and future disease risk. Kinmonth Ann Louise, Woodcock Alison, Griffin Simon, Spiegal Nicki, Campbell Michael J. BMJ 1998; 317 :1202