HSRC Research Fellows 2019

The Health Services Research Centre based at the Royal College of Anaesthetists, in conjunction with the UCL Surgical Outcomes Research Centre (SOuRCe) and the University of Nottingham appointed 9 clinical research fellows to work on national health services research projects.

Fellows Day 2019

l-r - Dr Matthew Luney - Data Science Fellow, Dr Andrew Kane - NAP7 Fellow, Dr Samantha Warnakulasuriya - PQIP Fellow, Dr Richard Armstrong - NAP7 Fellow, Dr Emma Stevens - NELA Fellow, Dr Emira Kursumovic - NAP7 Fellow, Dr Helen Ellicott - PQIP Fellow, Dr Justin Kua - Obstetrics Fellow, Dr Georgina Singleton - PQIP Fellow and existing HSRC Fellows: Dr Danny Wong - SNAP-2 Fellow, Dr Reshma Patel - Obstetrics Fellow and Dr James Bedford - PQIP Fellow

The projects that our Fellows will be working on are:

  • National Emergency Laparotomy Audit (NELA)
  • Perioperative Quality Improvement Programme (PQIP)
  • Obstetric anaesthesia research
  • Data science
  • NAP7 - perioperative cardiac arrest

Each of these posts is linked to a clinical commitment at one of our partner hospitals:

  • James Cook University Hospital, Middlesborough - anaesthetics
  • King Edward VII Critical Care Unit (private hospital, London)
  • The London Clinic Critical Care Unit (private hospital, London)
  • Nottingham University Hospital, Nottingham - anaesthetics or critical care
  • The Princess Grace Critical Care Unit (private hospital, London)
  • Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter - anaesthetics
  • Royal United Hospital, Bath - anaesthetics
  • St. George's Hospital, London - anaesthetics
  • University College Hospital, London - anaesthetics

The posts commenced in August 2019 and will be for one year in the first instance.

We will be advertising for HSRC Fellows 2020 in due course. Watch this space for further information.

Queries to: hsrc@rcoa.ac.uk