Catriona is an applied health researcher based in York Trials Unit. She has a long-standing interest in the evaluation of complex interventions, most recently evaluation of surgical interventions. She has worked in health technology assessment since 2002 and has experience in leading systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, feasibility studies and mixed methods studies.
She is the lead for the North and East Yorkshire spoke of the Research Design Service Yorkshire and Humber (RDS-YH) and the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) Surgical Research Centre.
The evaluation of health and social care interventions is a long-standing interest. She has experience in a range of research methods including systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials and qualitative research. She has undertaken health technology assessments of pharmacological, behavioural and policy interventions and has a particular interest in the field of orthopaedics and the evaluation of devices.