School of Health and Related Research
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With six years experience in clinical trial management at the Sheffield CTRU, I have worked collaboratively with the Universities of Leeds and York, primary and secondary schools, and NHS Trusts nationally to deliver multicentre randomised controlled trials. I am currently the Trial Manager for the HELP Fertility trial.
I joined the University of Sheffield in 2009 (Management School) following a ten-year career in pharmaceuticals with GlaxoSmithKine, at the interface of Research & Development and international production of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API).
In 2012 I moved to the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) supporting public health research in the areas of mental health (ReQoL) and infant care research (NoSH).
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HELP Fertility? Trial
Hysteroscopic Excision of Leiomyoma and Polyp in Infertility
Two randomised controlled trials. An umbrella RCT with two concurrent pragmatic, parallel group, open, multi centre RCTs, looking at the clinical and cost effectiveness of hysteroscopic resection of submucous fibroids and endometrial polyps in patients presenting with infertility or recurrent miscarriage.
Funded by the National Institute for Health Research – Health Technology Assessment Programme (NIHR128969)
Shaping and Trialling Outpatient Protocols for Ovarian Hyper-Stimulation Syndrome
A trial evaluating active outpatient management to prevent hospital admission in women having fertility treatment who develop ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Funded by the National Institute for Health Research – Health Technology Assessment Programme (NIHR128137).
Investigating SOcial Competence and Isolation in children with Autism taking part in LEGO-based therapy clubs In School Environments. Funded by the National Institute for Health Research – Public Health Research Programme (project number 15/49/32)
Enhancing Emotional and Social Wellbeing in the Early Years. Funded by the National Institute for Health Research – Public Health Research Programme (project number 13/93/10).
Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL)
Development of a new generic Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM) for Quality of Life in mental health. Recruitment at 20 NHS sites nationally, 6 GP practices, and a number of voluntary sector organisations. Funded by the Department of Health. ReQoL website: www.reqol.org.uk
Nourishing Start for Health (NOSH)
Feasibility and cluster RCT exploring the potential of offering financial incentives to improve breastfeeding rates. Funded by the Medical Research Council.
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- Cost-utility analysis of LEGO based therapy for school children and young people with autism spectrum disorder: results from a randomised controlled trial.. BMJ Open, 12(1). View this article in WRRO
- Enhancing Social-Emotional Health and Wellbeing in the Early Years (E-SEE) : A Study Protocol of a Community-based Randomised Controlled Trial with Process and Economic Evaluations of the Incredible Years Infant and Toddler Parenting Programmes, delivered in a Proportionate Universal Model. BMJ Open, 8(12). View this article in WRRO
- Recovering Quality of Life (ReQoL): a new generic self-reported outcome measure for use with people experiencing mental health difficulties. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science, 212(1), 42-49. View this article in WRRO
- Enhancing Social-Emotional Outcomes in Early Years (E-SEE): Randomized Pilot Study of Incredible Years Infant and Toddler Programs. Journal of Child and Family Studies.