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Reeves BC et al, Health Technology Assessment
Elizabeth (Liz) Stokes joined the Health Economics Research Centre in November 2009. Prior to this, Liz worked at Keele University (2001-2007) and Liverpool John Moores University (2008-2009) and in this time completed an MSc in Medical Statistics at the University of Leicester. Liz is currently working on a number of projects in the area of blood transfusion. These include a programme of work to develop a multimodal blood conservation strategy to promote better blood transfusion practices in adult cardiac surgery; a programme of work on the health economics of coagulopathy and the need for massive transfusions in trauma patients, and a randomised controlled trial of restrictive transfusion thresholds in cardiac surgery. Drawing in part on these projects, Liz is also undertaking a DPhil at the University of Oxford on the economics of blood transfusion in the NHS.
Accurate costs of blood transfusion: a micro-costing of administering blood products in the United Kingdom National Health Service
Stokes EA. et al, (2018), Transfusion
Diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices for safer blood management in cardiac surgery; systematic reviews, observational studies and randomised controlled trials
Stokes EA. and Wordsworth S., (2017), Programme Grants for Applied Research
Randomized trial of near-infrared spectroscopy for personalized optimization of cerebral tissue oxygenation during cardiac surgery
Rogers CA. et al, (2017), British Journal of Anaesthesia
Design and implementation of the AIRWAYS-2 trial: A multi-centre cluster randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost effectiveness of the i-gel supraglottic airway device versus tracheal intubation in the initial airway management of out of hospital cardiac arrest.
Taylor J. et al, (2016), Resuscitation, 109, 25 - 32
Are lower levels of red blood cell transfusion more cost-effective than liberal levels after cardiac surgery? Findings from the TITRe2 randomised controlled trial
Stokes EA. et al, (2016), BMJ Open