- See a full list of publications
- Browse activities and projects
- Explore connections, collaborators, related work and more
Lucy is a Research Fellow in Evidence Synthesis at CRD. She has worked on a number of systematic reviews on a range of topic areas in CRD as well as a number of Health Technology Assessments for the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence. Her interests lie in patient public involvement, childhood cancer and health technology assessment.
Lucy started her time at CRD as an NIHR Research Training Fellowship in Systematic Reviews while completing a Masters in Applied Health Research. Her thesis involved exploring how maternal characteristics impact a woman’s baseline risk of preterm birth, and developing an economic model evaluating the cost-effectiveness of a screening programme to identify women at risk of preterm birth in the UK.
Before joining CRD, Lucy studied for a joint honours degree in Biology and Psychology at Newcastle University, specialising in Health Psychology.