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Dr Daisy Elliott

Dr Daisy Elliott

Dr Daisy Elliott
BSc(W.England), PhD

Research Fellow

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Canynge Hall,
39 Whatley Road, Bristol BS8 2PS
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Summary

Biography

Daisy Elliott (née Townsend) is a Research Fellow in Health Services Research. She currently works within the MRC ConDuCT-II (COllaboration and iNnovation in DifficUlt or complex randomised Controlled Trials In Invasive procedures) Hub and the Bristol Centre for Surgical Research to encourage and support the integration of standard and innovative qualitative research methods into RCTs. Within this, Daisy works within ConDUCT-II Theme 2 (Integrative and dynamic research methods to optimise recruitment to RCTs) and is also a member of the QuinteT (Qualitative Research Integrated within Trials) group.

Activities / Findings

Daisy Elliott (née Townsend) is a Research Fellow in Health Services Research. She is currently based within the NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre and Royal College of Surgeons Bristol Surgical Trials Centre. Within this, Daisy co-leads the 'Informed consent for new and evolving surgeries' workstream and is using standard and innovative qualitative research methods to understand how novel procedures and devices are introduced into practice and discussed with patients.

She is also a member of the QuinteT (Qualitative Research Integrated within Trials) group, and is working on several surgical RCTs, including PART (comparing Partial Ablation with Radical Treatments in intermediate risk, localised prostate cancer) and MARS 2 (comparing extended pleurectomy decortication versus no extended pleurectomy decortication for patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma).

Teaching

Daisy teaches on the Society Health and Medicine course for medical undergraduate students. 

Keywords

  • Recruitment to randomised trials

Methodologies

  • Qualitative Methods

Recent publications

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