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.
A qualitative study of parents’ and their child’s experience of a medial epicondyle fracture and what they think about the treatment options
PAPIEZ K. et al, (2021), Bone and joint open
Chronic pain with neuropathic characteristics after surgery for major trauma to the lower limb: prevalence, predictors and association with pain severity, disability and quality of life in the UK WHiST trial
KEENE D. et al, (2021), The journal of bone and joint surgery
TUTTON E. et al, (2021), Bmj open
Towards a core outcome set for distal tibia and ankle fractures (COSTA): a qualitative review exploring patient experience of injury and recovery
Pearson N. et al, (2020), Quality of life research, 29, S161 - S161
EVALUATING THE WASTED: A NEW CO-PRODUCED PATIENT-REPORTED MEASURE OF AXIAL SPONDYLOARTHRITIS (AXSPA) FATIGUE AND ENERGY
Pearson NA. et al, (2020), Rheumatology, 59