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Lambert Felix

MSc, DIC, MSc (Oxon), BPT


Systematic Reviewer

Cochrane Systematic Reviews on Management of Hip Fractures

Lambert joined the University of Oxford in November 2017 as a Systematic Reviewer. He is based in the Oxford Trauma Group in NDORMS. His current project is an NIHR Programme Grant to produce a suite of Cochrane Systematic Reviews on the Management of Hip Fractures. He is a Chartered Physiotherapist, and has over 10 years’ experience in research, particularly systematic reviews and methodology research.  Prior to this post, he worked part-time at Edge Hill University on Cochrane Systematic Reviews on antibiotic management of Bronchiectasis. His other part-time role was with the Cochrane Pregnancy and Child Birth Group (PCG) based in the University of Liverpool. At PCG, he provided editorial support to authors working on the NIHR Cochrane Programme Grant. He spent most of his academic career at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine working on various projects including a highly cited Cochrane Systematic Review to improve response rate to postal and electronic questionnaire, NIHR HTA funded evidence synthesis on Adaptive elearnig to improve dietary behaviour, and a methodological trial to assess the impact of obtaining informed consent on participants’ response to self-reported questionnaire.

 

He has an MSc in Preventive Cardiology from Imperial College London, and MSc in Evidence Based Social Intervention from the University of Oxford. He undertook his Physiotherapy training from Fr Muller’s Medical College in India. He is now enrolled on a part-time post graduate diploma course in Health Economics and Health Policy at the University of Birmingham.

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