Janette Turner BSc, MSc
Reader in Emergency & Urgent Care Research
Health Services Research
School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR)
University of Sheffield
Regent Court, 30 Regent Street
Sheffield S1 4DA
Tel: (+44) (0)114 2220761
Fax: (+44) (0)114 2220749
I joined the Medical Care Research Unit in 1991 as project manager for an evaluation of a regional trauma system in the UK. Since then I have completed a number of large research projects in the area of pre-hospital care, ambulance service 999 call assessment systems and major trauma. I also lead rapid evidence reviews for the ScHARR rapid evidence review centre. Much of my work is directly related to policy and I led the national evaluation of NHS 111 pilot sites and continue to support implementation of policy changes in ambulance service performance measurement. Currently I am joint Principal Investigator on a 5 year NIHR Programme Grant to develop new ways of measuring quality of ambulance service care (PhOEBE) and lead the evaluation component of the NHS England Ambulance Response Programme.
My research interests are evaluation of new services, pre-hospital care and healthcare systems development particularly in emergency and urgent care and policy research.
I act as a personal tutor for postgraduate students, supervise dissertations and supervise PhD research.
- Member of the NHS England Ambulance Response programme Expert Reference Group
- Associate member of the College of Paramedics
- Board member of the 999 EMS Research Forum
- Fellow of the International Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch
- Member of the National Ambulance Research Steering Group
- Founder member of the Larrey Society
- NIHR Programme – Development of new ambulance service performance measures (PhOEBE)
- Understanding variation in Ambulance Service non-conveyance rates (VAN)
- Evaluation of the NHS England Ambulance Response Programme
- Evaluation of the Welsh Ambulance new clinical response model
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