John Randall
PhD Student

Profile

Biography

John's PhD in Medical Science aims to assess the effect of iron supplementation on patients with normal haemoglobin but a ferritin below 50, who are non-anaemic but iron deficient. The project is divided into several stages:

  1. A systematic review of the available evidence.
  2. Analysis of retrospective data against patient outcomes.
  3. A Clinical Trial looking at the effect of iron supplementation for non-anaemic iron deficiency in patients undergoing lower limb arthroplasty.
  4. A Study Within a Trial (SWAT) analysis of follow-up method telephone versus postal for patient questionnaires.

Qualifications

  • Diploma of Higher Education in Operating Department Practice 2002-2004
  • BSc (Hons) Practice Development 2004-2006
  • PG Dip in Medical Law 2006-2008
  • PG Dip Physicians Assistant In Anaesthesia 2009-2012
  • MSc Anaesthetic Practice 2015-2017
  • PGCE Research Training

Research

Overview

John is interested in research pertaining to anaesthetic practice and surgery. With a particular interest in anaemia and non-anaemic iron deficiency. 

Projects

  • PhD in Medical Science.
  • Clinical Trial looking at non-anaemic iron deficiency in patients undergoing lower limb arthroplasty.

Research group(s)

Contact details

John Randall
PhD Student

@healthsciyork