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Yang is a research fellow in evidence synthesis at CRD, responsible for undertaking systematic reviews in health care. She is actively involved in the technology assessment review team for evaluating clinical effectiveness and safety of health technologies.
Yang has a PhD in Health Sciences and an MSc. in Evidence Based Practice (Health Services Research) from the University of York. Before joining CRD she studied for her PhD in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York. Her PhD thesis principally investigated the decision accuracy and information use of UK nurses’ risk assessments in critical care using experimental designs and statistical modelling.Yang has a nursing background and previously worked as a senior nurse and clinical supervisor in a city centre hospital in China. Her research interests include evidence based healthcare, clinical decision making and clinical judgement, and research implementation.
Wade R, Yang H, McKenna C, Faria R, Gummerson N, Woolacott N. A systematic review of the clinical effectiveness of EOS 2D/3D X-ray imaging system. Eur Spine J 2013;22(2):296-304
Thompson C, Yang H, Crouch S. Clinical simulation fidelity and nurses' identification of critical event risk: a signal detection analysis. J Adv Nurs 2012; 68(11):2477-85
Yang H, Craig D, Epstein D, Bojke L, Light K, Bruce IN, Sculpher M, Woolacott N. Golimumab for the treatment of psoriatic arthritis: a NICE Single Technology Appraisal. Pharmacoeconomics 2012; 30(4):257-70
Yang H, Thompson C, Bland M. The effect of clinical experience, judgment task difficulty and time pressure on nurses' confidence calibration in a high fidelity clinical simulation. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak 2012;12(1):113
Yang H, Thompson C, Bland M. Effect of improving the realism of simulated clinical judgement tasks on nurses' overconfidence and underconfidence: evidence from a comparative confidence calibration analysis. Int J Nurs Stud 2012;49(12):1505-11
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