Laura Flight MMath, MSc
Medical Statistician - Research Assistant
Medical Statistics Group, ScHARR
The University of Sheffield
Regent Court, 30 Regent Street
SHEFFIELD S1 4DA
Office: 3.10 - Innovation Centre
Tel: +44 (0) 114 22 20698
I joined ScHARR in 2013 as an NIHR Research Methods Fellow. This fellowship focussed on the use of adaptive study designs in emergency medicine clinical trials. This research formed part of my dissertation for an MSc in Statistics with Medical Applications at the University of Sheffield. Prior to this I graduated from the University of Sheffield with a MMath (Hons) in 2013.
I am currently an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow investigating adaptive study designs and their impact on the health economic evaluation of health care technologies.
- I am the trainee representative on the NIHR Statistics Group Steering committee.
- I am a member of the Royal Statistical Society.
I am based in Design, Trials and Statistics.
- Candlish J, Teare MD, Dimairo M, Flight L, Mandefield L & Walters SJ (2018) Appropriate statistical methods for analysing partially nested randomised controlled trials with continuous outcomes: a simulation study.. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 18(1), 105-105. View this article in WRRO
- Pallmann P, Bedding AW, Choodari-Oskooei B, Dimairo M, Flight L, Hampson LV, Holmes J, Mander AP, Odondi L, Sydes MR , Villar SS et al (2018) Adaptive designs in clinical trials: why use them, and how to run and report them. BMC Medicine, 16. View this article in WRRO
- Walters SJ, Henriques-Cadby IBDA, Bortolami O, Flight L, Hind D, Jacques RM, Knox C, Nadin B, Rothwell J, Surtees M & Julious SA (2017) Recruitment and retention of participants in randomised controlled trials: a review of trials funded and published by the United Kingdom Health Technology Assessment Programme. BMJ Open, 7(3). View this article in WRRO
- Flight L, Allison A, Dimairo M, Lee E, Mandefield L & Walters SJ (2016) Recommendations for the analysis of individually randomised controlled trials with clustering in one arm – a case of continuous outcomes. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 16. View this article in WRRO
- Flight L, Julious SA & Goodacre S (2016) Can emergency medicine research benefit from adaptive design clinical trials?. Emergency Medicine Journal, 34, 243-248. View this article in WRRO
- Hatfield I, Allison A, Flight L, Julious SA & Dimairo M (2016) Adaptive designs undertaken in clinical research: a review of registered clinical trials. Trials, 17(1). View this article in WRRO
- Flight L & Julious SA (2016) Practical guide to sample size calculations: non-inferiority and equivalence trials. Pharmaceutical Statistics, 15(1), 80-89. View this article in WRRO
- Flight L & Julious SA (2016) Practical guide to sample size calculations: superiority trials. Pharmaceutical Statistics, 15(1), 75-79. View this article in WRRO
- Flight L & Julious SA (2016) Practical guide to sample size calculations: an introduction. Pharmaceutical Statistics, 15(1), 68-74. View this article in WRRO
- Flight L & Julious SA (2015) The disagreeable behaviour of the kappa statistic. Pharmaceutical Statistics, 14(1), 74-78.
- Flight L, Arshad F, Barnsley R, Patel K, Julious S, Brennan A & Todd S () A Review of Clinical Trials with an Adaptive Design and Health Economic Analysis. Value in Health. View this article in WRRO