Miss Liz Hill

BSc (Hull), MSc (Bath)

  • BS1 2NT


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Research interests

Liz is currently the Research Project Manager for NIHR ARC West, where she oversees the portfolio of studies. Prior to this, Liz was Senior Research Associate on a large population-based cluster randomised controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of population screening (PSA testing) for prostate cancer (the CAP trial), which involves over 430,000 men in the UK. Her interests include the secondary use of medical records for research purposes, and she has also conducted research around the public's knowledge of research that uses their NHS data and their opinion of the necessity of obtaining informed consent for such research. 

Having graduated from the University of Hull in 2000 with a BSc in Psychology with Anthropology, Liz began her research career in pharmaceutical trials, working for a company that provided computerised cognitive testing for participants in all stages of clinical trials, both in the UK and internationally. She also has experience of working in various roles for the NHS. Health Psychology has always interested her, and she received a Master’s degree in Health Psychology (with distinction) from the University of Bath in 2006. Liz has worked in Population Health Sciences at the Bristol Medical School Since 2006.

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Research Output

  • 6 Article (Academic Journal)

Effect of a Low-Intensity PSA-Based Screening Intervention on Prostate Cancer Mortality: The CAP Randomized Clinical Trial

Martin, R., Donovan, J., Turner, E., Metcalfe, C., Young, G., Walsh, E., Lane, J. A., Noble, S., Oliver, S., Evans, S., Sterne, J., Holding, P. N., Ben-Shlomo, Y., Brindle, P., Williams, N., Hill, E., Ng, S. Y., Davis, J., Tazewell, M., Hughes, L. J. & 7 others, Davies, C., Thorn, J., Down, L., Davey Smith, G., Neal, D., Hamdy, F. & The CAP Trial Group, 6 Mar 2018, In : JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association. 319, 9, p. 883-895 13 p.

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  • 129 Citations (Scopus)
    484 Downloads (Pure)

    Characteristics of men responding to an invitation to undergo testing for prostate cancer as part of a randomised trial

    Walsh, E. I., Turner, E. L., Lane, J. A., Donovan, J. L., Neal, D. E., Hamdy, F. C., Martin, R. M., Metcalfe, C., Sterne, J., Noble, S., Hill, E., Ng, S. Y., Williams, N. J., Down, E. A., Walsh, E., Thorn, J., Davies, C., Hughes, L., Rowlands, M. A., Bell, L. & 28 others, Ben-Shlomo, Y., Oliver, S. E., Brindle, P., Evans, S., Baum, M., Albertsen, P., Roberts, T., Robinson, M., Adolfsson, J., Dearnaley, D., Zeitman, A., Schröder, F., Peters, T., Holding, P., Lennon, T., Bonnington, S., Mason, M., Oxley, J. D., Holmberg, L., Pickard, R., Thompson, S., Menon, U., Reid, C., McFarlane, J., Bahl, A., Koupparis, A., Tazewell, M. & Hatton-Brown, G., 13 Oct 2016, In : Trials. 17, 1, 6 p., 497.

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    Open Access
  • 3 Citations (Scopus)
    247 Downloads (Pure)

    Contemporary accuracy of death certificates for coding prostate cancer as a cause of death: Is reliance on death certification good enough? A comparison with blinded review by an independent cause of death evaluation committee.

    Turner, E., Metcalfe, C., Donovan, J., Noble, S., Sterne, J., Lane, A., Walsh, E., Hill, L., Down, L., Ben-Shlomo, Y., Oliver, S., Evans, S., Brindle, P., Williams, N., Hughes, L. J., Davies, C., Ng, S. Y., Neal, D., Hamdy, F. C., Albertsen, P. C. & 9 others, Reid, C., Oxley, J., McFarlane, J., Robinson, M., Adolfsson, J., Zietman, A., Baum, M., Koupparis, A. & Martin, R., 28 Jun 2016, In : British Journal of Cancer. 115, 1, p. 90–94 5 p.

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    Open Access
  • 25 Citations (Scopus)
    415 Downloads (Pure)