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Cynthia is based at NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre and Bristol Centre for Surgical Research, which aims to improve the surgical evidence base and patient care through high quality multidisciplinary research. Her work broadly looks at issues such as informed consent during innovative surgeries. She is currently involved in a study on risks and innovations for surgery during the Covid19 pandemic.
She has post-doctoral experience in a number of domains of health research including:
- Palliative care- She conducted a bereavement care survey study for the Welsh government
- Advance Care Planning- She used qualitative methodology to evaluate the ReSPECT form developed by the Resuscitation Council
- Paediatric Neuro-disability nutrition support- She was invloved in assessing psychosocial support models for families having children with neuro-disability and requiring tube feeding
- Urology- She conducted qualitative research nested within a trial of men with bothersome lower urinary tract symptoms randomised for/against urodynamic testing and subsequently having/not having bladder outlet surgery
Her PhD study was at the University of Bristol and explored the experiences of participation and engagement in paediatric biobanks and particularly the ALSPAC cohort study.
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Ochieng, C. A., Minion, J. T., Turner, A. J., Blell, M. T. & Murtagh, M. J., 24 Jun 2021, In: BMC Medical Ethics. 22, 1, 15 p., 77.
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Why, when and how do secondary-care clinicians have emergency care and treatment planning conversations? Qualitative findings from the ReSPECT Evaluation studyOchieng, C. A., Eli, K., Hawkes, C., Perkins, G. D., Slowther, A. M. & Griffiths, F., May 2021, In: Resuscitation. 162, p. 343-350 8 p.
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‘Overnight, things changed. Suddenly, we were in it’: A qualitative study exploring how surgical teams mitigated risks of COVID-19Elliott, D., Ochieng, C., Jepson, M., Blencowe, N. S., Avery, K. N. L., Paramasivan, S., Cousins, S., Skilton, A., Hutchinson, P., Jayne, D., Birchall, M., Blazeby, J. M., Donovan, J. L. & Rooshenas, L., 16 Jun 2021, In: BMJ Open. 11, 6, 11 p., e046662.
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