Dr Keith Moffat

Dr Keith Moffat
Clinical PhD Student Health Informatics, General Practitioner, Medical Advisor NSS



Keith Moffat studied medicine at the University of Glasgow, graduating in 2008. During his time at Glasgow he completed an intercalated BSc in Neuroscience in 2006.

He completed his vocational GP training in August 2014. Following this he was an Academic Clinical GP fellow at the department of General Practice and Primary Care in Glasgow until 2016.

Keith was the Scottish Clinical Lead of the 3D multimorbidity study between 2014 and 2017. This was a multicentre RCT which investigated an intervention aimed at improving the management of patients with multimorbidity in primary care.

Keith is currently a clinical PhD student in health informatics at the University of St Andrews. His PhD involves using machine learning to predict recruitment to RCTs in general practice.

He also works in general practice, as a medical advisor to NHS National Services Scotland and is the national clinical lead for SPIRE.

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Research Overview from research@st-andrews

Recent publications listed in research@st-andrews
7  (of 7 published available) for krm9. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Factors associated with recruitment to randomised controlled trials in general practice Keith Rafie Moffat, Paul Cannon, Frank Sullivan
Trials 2019 vol.20 
Management of multimorbidity using a patient-centred care model Chris Salisbury, Mei-See Man, Peter Bower, Bruce Guthrie, Katherine Chaplin, Daisy M. Gaunt, Sara Brookes, Bridie Fitzpatrick, Caroline Gardner, Sandra Hollinghurst, Victoria Lee, John McLeod, Cindy Mann, Keith Rafie Moffat, Stewart W. Mercer
Lancet 2018 vol.392 pp.41-50
Interactive digital interventions to promote self-management in adults with asthma G. McLean, E. Murray, R. Band, Keith Rafie Moffat, P. Hanlon, A. Bruton, M. Thomas, L. Yardley, F. S. Mair
BMC Pulmonary Medicine 2016 vol.16 
Safer Primary Care: Caring for People with Multiple Conditions S. Mercer, D. Fischbacher-Smith, J. Furler, L. Sanci, Keith Rafie Moffat, de Silva D
 2016 
Challenges of managing people with multimorbidity in today's healthcare systems Keith Rafie Moffat, S. W. Mercer
BMC Family Practice 2015 vol.16 
Improving management of gout in primary care using a customised electronic records template Keith Rafie Moffat, Duncan McNab
BMJ Quality Improvement Reports 2015 vol.4 
Astrocytes, but not olfactory ensheathing cells or Schwann cells, promote myelination of CNS axons in vitro A. Sorensen, Keith Rafie Moffat, C. Thomson, S. C. Barnett
Glia 2008 vol.56 pp.750-763