Susan Croft (MBChB 2000, MRCP 2004, FCEM 2010)
School of Health and Related Research
30 Regent Street
I was appointed as a Consultant in Emergency Medicine in 2011, after completing Emergency Medicine training and an additional year out of programme as an Acute Medicine Registrar in South Yorkshire. After appointment, I led the Clinical Decision Unit for five years and went on to lead Sheffield Teaching Hospitals’ Ambulatory Care Strategy (2014-2016).
Aside from my clinical role, I have previously been module lead for the Ambulatory Emergency Care Module for MSc in Advanced Emergency Care (2012-2015). I currently work at ScHARR on CLAHRC 2: Avoiding Admissions and Attendance in patients with long term conditions and Connecting Health Cities project.
- Emergency Department/Specialty referral process
- Admission prevention strategies
- Crede S, O'Keeffe C, Mason S, Sutton A, Howe E, Croft SJ & Whiteside M (2017) What is the evidence for the management of patients along the pathway from the emergency department to acute admission to reduce unplanned attendance and admission? An evidence synthesis. BMC Health Services Research, 17, 355-355. View this article in WRRO
- Croft SJ, Barnes J, Ginnis C, Chatters R & Mason S (2014) An evaluation of the referral process in the emergency department. Emergency Medicine Journal, 31(10), 827-832.
- Freeman JV, Croft S, Cross S, Yap C & Mason S (2010) The impact of the 4 h target on patient care and outcomes in the Emergency Department: an analysis of hospital incidence data. Emergency Medicine Journal, 27(12), 921-927.
- Freeman J, Mason S, Croft S, Yap C & Cross S (2008) The impact of government-set time targets on patient care and outcomes: A retrospective analysis of routine data. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, 62, A1-A1.
- Croft SJ & Mason S (2007) Are emergency department junior doctors becoming less experienced in performing common practical procedures?. Emergency Medicine Journal, 24(9), 657-658.
- Croft SJ, Kuhrt A & Mason S (2006) Are today’s junior doctors confident in managing patients with minor injury?. Emergency Medicine Journal, 23(11), 867-868.