Senior Research Fellow in Patient Experience and Qualitative Methods
Liz is Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Trauma, NDORMS and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust based at the Kadoorie Centre at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. She is also an Honorary Research Fellow in Warwick Research for Nursing at Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick.
Liz has a theme of work focussed on the experience of illness, injury and healthcare from the perspectives of multidisciplinary staff, patients and their family, carers, older people and people suffering acute traumatic injury. Mixed Methods and a range of qualitative methodologies such as phenomenology and ethnography have been utilised.
Recent work explores the concepts of hope and compassion, carer experience of dementia, patient/carer experience of hip fracture, patient experience of ankle injury, open fracture of the lower limb and major trauma.
Understanding assessment on a hospital ward for older people: a qualitative study.
Wiltjer H. et al, (2018), J Adv Nurs
Negative-pressure wound therapy versus standard dressings for adults with an open lower limb fracture: the WOLLF RCT.
Costa ML. et al, (2018), Health technology assessment (winchester, england), 22, 1 - 162
Participation in a trial in the emergency situation: a qualitative study of patient experience in the UK WOLLF trial
Tutton E. et al, (2018), Trials, 19
Using cognitive and three-step test interviews to pre-test the Warwick axial spondyloarthropathy tiredness and energy (WASTEd) questionnaire: a co-constructed self-report questionnaire
Pearson N. et al, (2018), QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH, 27, S114 - S114
Effect of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy vs Standard Wound Management on 12-Month Disability Among Adults With Severe Open Fracture of the Lower Limb
Costa ML. et al, (2018), JAMA, 319, 2280 - 2280