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ACE Series: Understanding why trials in critical care work (or not): the role of process evaluation

Posted by Miranda Odam | 30 Aug 2019

ACE Series: Understanding why trials in critical care work (or not): the role of process evaluation

ACUTE CARE EDINBURGH /

Edinburgh Clinician Trialist Rounds (ECTR) 

Speaker  

Wednesday 4th September – 13:00 – 14:00 hours

Lecture Theatre A, Chancellors Building, Little France

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Lydia Emerson

Research Fellow

School of Health Sciences, City,

University of London 

“Understanding why trials in critical care work (or not): the role of process evaluation”

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Lydia is a clinical researcher who joined City, University of London as a research fellow in 2018.

Lydia did her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast. She completed a Masters in Public Health at Queen’s University Belfast in 2013. In 2014 Lydia was awarded a four-year PhD fellowship by the Medical Research Council Hubs for Trials Methodology Research, also undertaken at Queen’s University Belfast.

Lydia’s research interests focus on clinical trials methodology. She has a specific interest in process evaluation of complex intervention trials in critical care.

 

ALL ARE WELCOME

 

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