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Emma has worked in health services research in the UK, in Europe and North America. Having worked in industry, the NHS and academia, Emma has expertise in a wide range of qualitative and quantitative research methods which include randomised controlled trials, economic evaluations, systematic reviews, discrete choice experiments, surveys, interviews and focus groups and econometrics. Emma has a MSc in Research Methods and an MSc in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare and is on the PhD programme at University of Cambridge.
Emma’s main areas of research interest are the health economics of service delivery and health care workforce. Emma has most recently been involved in an evaluation of the Getting it Right First Time Programme (GIRFT), a study investigating the use of evidence in medical decision making (DECIDE), an evaluation of the incidence and cost of post-operative morbidities following paediatric cardiac surgery (MORBS), an evaluation of the cost-effectiveness of different model of transport for critically ill children (DEPICT), and is a co-applicant on the Coordinated Care in Rare Diseases study (CONCORD).
Seaton, S.E., Ramnarayan, P., Davies, P, Hudson, E. et al. Does time taken by paediatric critical care transport teams to reach the bedside of critically ill children affect survival? A retrospective cohort study from England and Wales. BMC Pediatr 20, 301 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12887-020-02195-6
Hudson E, Brown K, Pagel C, et al. Costs of postoperative morbidity following paediatric cardiac surgery: observational study. Arch Dis Child Epub (7 May 2020) first published http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/archdischild-2019-318499)
Brown, K, L., Pagel., C, Ridout, D., Wray, J., Anderson, D., Barron., D. J, Cassidy., Davis, P., Hudson, E., … Tsang, V. T. (2019). What are the important morbidities associated with paediatric cardiac surgery? A mixed methods study. BMJ Open, 9 (9), e028533. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-028533
Clarke, C., S, Morris., S, & Hudson, E., (2018). Cost-effectiveness of cell-free DNA-based noninvasive prenatal testing: summary of evidence and challenges. In L. Page-Christiaens, H. -. G. Klein (Eds.), Noninvasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) Applied Genomics in Prenatal Screening and Prenatal Diagnosis. Academic Press.
Al-Kaisy, A., Palmisani, S., Smith, T. E., Pang, D., Lam, K., Burgoyne, W, Hudson, E., Lucas, J. (2017). 10 kHz High-Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulation for Chronic Axial Low Back Pain in Patients With No History of Spinal Surgery: A Preliminary, Prospective, Open Label and Proof-of-Concept Study. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, 20 (1), 63-70. doi:10.1111/ner.12563
Turner, S., D’Lima, D., Hudson, E., Morris, S., Sheringham, J., Swart, N., & Fulop, N. J. (2017). Evidence use in decision-making on introducing innovations: a systematic scoping review with stakeholder feedback. Implementation science : IS, 12 (1), 145. doi: 10.1186/s13012-017-0669-6
Rojas-García, A., Turner, S., Pizzo, E., Hudson, E., Thomas, J., & Raine, R. (2017). Impact and experiences of delayed discharge: A mixed-studies systematic review. Health expectations: an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy. doi:10.1111/hex.12619
Barratt, H. S., Turner, S., Hutchings, A., Pizzo, E., Hudson, E., Briggs, T., . . . Raine, R. (2017). Mixed methods evaluation of the Getting it Right First Time programme – improvements to NHS orthopaedic care in England: study protocol. BMC Health Services Research. doi:10.1186/s12913-017-2012-y
Turner, S., Morris, S., Sheringham, J., Hudson, E., & Fulop, N. J. (2016). Study protocol: DEcisions in health Care to Introduce or Diffuse innovations using Evidence (DECIDE). Implementation Science, 11, ARTN 48. doi:10.1186/s13012-016-0412-8