School of Health and Related Research
Clinical Lecturer in Emergency Medicine
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Carl is a National Institute for Health Research Clinical Lecturer in Emergency Medicine and is currently completing Higher Specialty Training in Emergency Medicine in South Yorkshire. He graduated from Robinson College, University of Cambridge Medical School in 2010 and completed Foundation Medical training in the East of England Deanery. In 2012 Carl began specialist training in Emergency Medicine in Yorkshire and the Humber.
Carl completed a NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship in Emergency Medicine between 2013-2016, conducting research to help better risk stratify patients with head injury who present after a delay, for which he was awarded an MSc by research. Carl then completed an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship and was awarded Post Graduate Researcher of the year at Hull York Medical School for the research conducted about Emergency Department management of traumatic brain injury.
- Research interests
Carl is interested in a broad range of Emergency care and Health Services research areas:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Risk stratification following traumatic injury
- Health Policy Evaluation
- Quasi-experimental methods
Research training and experience:
- Quasi Experimental Methods and Health Policy Evaluation
- Prognostic Modelling
- Systematic Reviews
- Analysing Patient-Level Data using Hospital Episode Statistics (HES)
- Causal Inference and Observational Study Designs
Recently Completed Projects
NIHR DRF: Guidelines for The Management of Traumatic Brain Injury: An Impact Assessment and Further Development.
This person does not have any publications available.
- Electrocardiographic characteristics in patients with heart failure and normal ejection fraction: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, 25(1).
- Development of a clinical decision rule for the early safe discharge of patients with mild traumatic brain injury and findings on CT brain scan : a retrospective cohort study. Journal of Neurotrauma. View this article in WRRO
- Evaluation of the impact of the NICE head injury guidelines on inpatient mortality from traumatic brain injury: an interrupted time series analysis.. BMJ Open, 9(6). View this article in WRRO
- Impact of the SIGN head injury guidelines and NHS 4-hour emergency target on hospital admissions for head injury in Scotland: an interrupted times series. BMJ Open, 8(12). View this article in WRRO
- A protocol for the development of a prediction model in mild traumatic brain injury with CT scan abnormality: which patients are safe for discharge?. Diagnostic and Prognostic Research, 2. View this article in WRRO
- Postmortem ICD interrogation in mode of death classification. Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, 29(4), 573-583.
- The Risk of Deterioration in GCS13–15 Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury Identified by Computed Tomography Imaging: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of Neurotrauma, 35(5), 703-718. View this article in WRRO
- 4 The risk of deterioration in CT identified mild traumatic brain injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Emergency Medicine Journal, 34(12), A862-A863.
- CT head imaging in patients with head injury who present after 24 h of injury: a retrospective cohort study. Emergency Medicine Journal, 33(8), 538-542.
- The risk of intra-cranial haemorrhage in those presenting late to the ED following a head injury: a systematic review. Systematic Reviews, 4(1).
Conference proceedings papers
- 049 Development of a clinical decision rule for the early safe discharge of patients with mild traumatic brain injury and findings on CT brain scan: a retrospective cohort study. Emergency Medicine Journal, Vol. 36(12) (pp 808)
- 016 An evaluation of the impact of the NICE head injury guidelines on inpatient mortality from traumatic brain injury: an interrupted time series analysis. Emergency Medicine Journal, Vol. 36(12) (pp 782)
- The Risk of Deterioration in GCS13-15 Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury Identified by CT Imaging. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. BRAIN INJURY, Vol. 33 (pp 68-68)
- The Development of a Prediction Model in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury with CT Scan Abnormality: Preliminary Findings of A Multi-Centre Cohort Study. BRAIN INJURY, Vol. 33 (pp 67-67)
- The Impact of the NICE/SIGN Head Injury Guidelines on Deaths and Hospital Admissions in England and Scotland: An Interrupted Times Series. BRAIN INJURY, Vol. 33 (pp 67-68)