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Assessment of the use of intrapartum fetal blood sampling
Attitudes of muslim students on autopsy of muslims and non-muslim
Analysis of the arterial pressure wave during stroke volume maximization, using the oesophageal doppler, during major surgical cas
An investigation of the efficacy of fetal blood sampling in the prediction of fetal compromise and avoidance of Caesarean delivery
Analysis of patients' benefit from advanced imaging modalities of brain tumours.
Beta-3 Receptor and Insulin
Brain-Skin Axis
Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis
Body mass index in patients with systemic sclerosis
Biological action of metabolites on the heart
Blood pressure measurement in obese arms. Does it make a difference where the cuff is placed?
An Audit on the NHS Cervical Screening Programme in a Salford General Practice.
What is the best possible management for patient's presenting with acute onset Atrial Fibrillation who are over the age of forty-five?
Maternal Smoking and Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease
Vitamin D treatment in primary hyperparathyroidism
Variations in timing, duration and LOs for paediatrics placements (or modules/attachments) in UK medical schools
Vitamin D deficiency
A Patient Journey Document Study in Hip Fracture Patients
Amputee rehabilitation


An analysis of chemotherapy dose intensty and outcome for childhood medulloblastoma.
Acute Assessment of Delirium in Older Adults


A qualitative study of the mental health needs of patients suffering from COPD.
A Retrospective Study of the Outcome of Preterm Neonates Born Between 24 and 29+6 Weeks gestation at RPH Between the Yea
Breast Imaging


Disease modifying therapy in Myelodysplasia
Diversity of CCK response in man
Diabetic Neuropathic and nephropathic Research
Corneal Confocal Microscopy in Diabetic Neuropathy
Developing and evaluating a communication skills session
Do medical students get enough clinical experience?




Epidemiologic study of chronic kidney disease: the CRISIS population
Evaluating the effect of nutrients on gut function
Endogenous stress protein expression and the immune response in humans
Does decreasing the frequency of follow up from 3 monthly to 4 monthly negatively affect the efficacy of therapy in patients who are
Effect of Ethnicity on social networks and performance of UK medical students
Controlled Ovarian Hyperstimulation in Patients Undergoing Assisted Reproductive Technology: The Future Role of Pharmacogene
Can the Nintendo Wii Fit really improve balance?
Cardiac ischaemia following acute stroke
Calcium Channel pmca4 and cardiac hypertrophy and failure
Breast Imaging
Breast Screening and Diagnosis, Breast Density, Mammographic Film Reading
Causes of death in a consecutive series of 500 total hip replacements
Compliance withc complex drug regimes win children with severe learing disability
Continuity of care in general practice: a qualitative study
Comparison of sleep, pain, stiffness, fatigue and tenderness in fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis.
Childhood Obesity
Cognitive Dysfunction Post Aortic Surgery
Transition from Hospital In-Patient Rehab to Home

Intubation Difficulty - Developing an updated scoring system.
Issues surrounding insomnia in old age
Intraoperative Epiaortic Scanning during Heart Surgery and correlation with Clinical Outcome and Surgical Strategy




Imperforate Anus in the Manchester Region, How and When are they Diagnosed?


In Infants undergoing surgery, does intravenous paracetamol provide adequate analgesia?
Management of Major Burns
paediatric anaesthesia
Paediatric Neurology
Orthopaedics audit/research
Migraine Prophylaxis In Children
Migrant entrants: needs assessment
Hypothermia
Developing an emergency department guideline
Development of a clinic pro forma and database, consistant with Parkinson's disease NICE guidelines, with audit of the introduction

Developing an emergency department guideline

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Choose and Book - User Views
Critical appraisal of heatstroke in the emergency department setting
Development of an emergency guideline
How does initial outpatient rectal assessment influence the subsequent management of rectal cancer?
How is altruism constructed in the medical field?
General Health Status in Men Participating in the European Male Ageing Study
Emergency Department audit of respiratory sepsis
Examining selected Scottish cases including proceeding before the GMC regarding a neonatologist and allegations of neonaticide

Paediatric Neurology
Symptom prevalence in patients with cancer over time: analysis of a longitudinal set of data.
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Survey of diagnosis and treatment of children admitted to the PANDA unit, and a review of patient and family satisfaction with the n
Stenting for Malignant Superior Vena Cava Syndrome (SVCS): A clinical effectiveness study of efficacy, survival and complications
Study of blood loss in primary varus knee replacements, using navigation and conventional surgical techniques.
The management of aortic valve disease
The Teaching of Anatomy in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum
Thyroid: diagnosis and treatment




The role of atypical antipsychotics in the management of challenging behaviour for learning disabled children
The Pulmonary Artery Catheter in Septic Shock- Has the Pendulum Swung too Far?



The recent history of clinical audit
Shoulder Surgery and Imaging
Project In AMRU Dept Royal Bolton Hospital
Project Option in Patient Safety
Pre-Conception Counselling in Women with Pre-Gestational Diabetes
Past, current and future use of ketamine/fentanyl in prehospital care
Patient Satisfaction in a psychiatric setting
Quality Improvement in Early Hours Care
Re-auditing the effectiveness of diagnosing and treating congenital hypothyroidism
Sexual Dysfunction in Female Population with Epilepsy
Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy for high grade malignant gliomas
Quality Improvement in Early Hours Care

Quality improvement in early hours care
Symptom Analysis In Chronic Cough
Technical investigation of volumetric breast density assessment



Study on the Interaction of Mechanical Influences and Growth Factors in Wound Healing
Structure-Function Studies on the Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus Phosphoprotein
Student perceptions of the use of clinical partners in medical education.
The Attitudes of Muslim, Christian and Atheist 1st Year Medical Students to the Autopsy

The genetics of lipid disorders
The Human Body: Its Scope, Limits and Future


The Epidemiology of Atherosclerotic Renovascular Disease (AVRD): A 25yr single centre study
The Discrete Choice Experiment in Oesophagogastric Cancer
The effect of kangaroo care on pain perception of neonates


Standards of Personal Protective Equipment in Ambulance Services in the UK




Providing primary care for people with peripheral artery disease (PAD): the views of patients and professionals.
Psychological therapies/psychopharmacology after self harm or maternal depression
Project in Medical Education Research
Predicting cardiovascular mortality with the Rose Angina questionnaire in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis
Primary care management of families living with HIV




Quality of life measurements and endocrine parameters in survivors of brain tumour therapy
Role of the plasma membrane calcium pump in the heart
Scalpel Vs. Monopolar Diathermy: A comparison of post-operative pain
Relationship of mammographic density to BMI
Radiation and Rapamycin combination therapy in cancer




Referrals to a paediatric surgical bowel dysfunction clinic
The Impact of Skin Disorders in Patients with HIV
Trauma - Assessment

Treatment of Humeral Head Fractures
transition of care in Prada Willi Syndrome patients




To explore the current state of primary care for people with learning disabilities and ways in which care could be improved.
Transfer of Communication Skills:From Undergraduate Medical Trinaing to Foundation Practice
Validation of the Global Rating Score for Shoulder Arthroscopy
White noise and sleep quality in post operative elective general and gynae patients in the ICU: a pilot study
Wrist Function During Activities of Daily Living
What are the likely benefits of a stable international link to medical students in both institutions and how can this be developed?
Vascular Calcification



What are the clinical implications of PTSD since c. 1990
To assess the effect of subcutaneous soft tissue quality on non-invasive blood pressure measurement.
The reasons behind the high prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia amongst children
The relationship between eGFR and outcome in critical care emergency admissions
The prevalence of psychological distress in people with disfigurement from facial palsy


The Impact of the Criminal Process on Health Care Ethics and Practice




The Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis Needs of young offenders in Manchester
The role of stereotype in ethnic underachievement in medical education.


Three conceptions of the human body and the resulting implications for organ transplantation
Titration of anti-hypertesnive medication to achieve optimum BP targets among Patient's in the community and hospital out-patients

The use of weekly paclitaxel in metastatic breast cancer
The role of the MAP kinase in pathogenesis of cardiac hypertrophy




The Thromboembolism Assessment and Diagnosis Study (THREAD study).
Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome


Injury profiling systems in UK Ambulance Services
Intracranial and life-threatening bleeds in childhood ITP
Inhibition of breast fibroblast activation with Rho kinase inhibitors
Incidence of obstructive sleep apnoea in acute coronary admissions
Influence of Lifestyle and Diet on Vitamin D Intake in British South Asians
Investigating factors affecting Korotkoff sounds used in assessing Systolic and Diastolic blood pressure



Investigation of patients with learning and developmental disability using microarray analysis
Investigation of the Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Multi-Drug Resistant Strains of Staphylococcus aureus
Investigation into the variability of the bispectral index of the electro-encephalogram during opthalmic surgery
Investigation into assessment of portfolio in the final stages of the undergraduate medical curriculum
Investigation into neurophobia in medical students
Incidence of Group B Streptococcus carriage in pregnancy
Genetics of asthma and allergic disorders.


Growth patterns and bone shape in the Small for Gestational Age child




Generation of inflammatory CD123+ dendritic cells with interleukin-4 secreting capacity via the differentiation of non classal monocy
Facial Nerve Palsy
Further studies on taste in irritable bowel syndrome
Hepatitis c- drug clinic views of users on disease monitoring/services
Immune Activation In Patients With Chronic Heart Failure (CHF)
Impact of IBS on Men
How telangiectasia affects body image in patients with systemic scleorosis.
HIV testing in Preston, Chorley and South Ribble: Where we are now and recommendations for the future
How do students achieve the learning objectives of the FCM?
Investigations into students' personal and professional development




Pain in Parkinson's Disease and Other Parkinsonian Conditions
Patient awareness of transient ischemic attacks and strokes
One Year Outcome of Parenting in Women Discharged from the Mother and Baby Unit.
Multispectral imaging of the optic nerve head in glaucoma
Neurogenic foot disease



Patient experience of specialist palliative care services.
PGP and MDR immunostaining in gliomas and relationship to chemosensitivity




Pharmacogenetics of azathioprine
Patients' experiences of continuity of care in general practice: a qualitative study
Patient Information for Leg Amputation
Patient trends in Preston ICU
Molecular markers in cancer
Is there a link between semester module studied and quesions answered correctly in the Progress Test?
Is there a relationship between anti-TNF therapy and multiple sclerosis
Is there a difference in Glycan expression in women with stage III and IV endometriosis compared to healthy controls?
Is Emotional Intelligence related to performance in skills based assessment (OSCE)?
Is the Chief Medical Officer right to recommend post exposure prophylaxis after sexual exposure (PEPSE) to HIV?
Junior Doctor's Perceptions of Medication Errors

Mental Health in an EAU setting
'Molecular basis of left ventricular dysfunction and heart failure'
Melatonin and the Immune System
Likelihood of pregnancy and live birth rates in IVF patients based on AMH quintiles.
Medico-legal Responses to the Harold Shipman Case



Audit of pre-dialysis care of patients with CKD over two years with reference to BP, bone biochemistry, progression of renal impairm


Audit of the influenza vaccination rate in SMI people living in community homes
Audit of pneumoccal vaccination in high risk children

Audit of patterns of ADHD referrals to South Manchester CAMHS
Audit of Pleural Biopsies for Suspected Mesothelioma
Audit of Treatment of NAS Babies in Preston
Audit: IBD and osteoperosis
Auditing emergency laparotomy outcome
Audit to see who recieves copy letters from the lung cancer clinic, and is this appropriate
Audit of Vaginal Births after Caesarean Delivery

Audit on the impact of ANTT (Aseptic Non Touch Technique) on reducing infection in neonates with central lines
Audit of opioid use by inpatients with cancer pain.
Audit of birth following previous caesarian section
Audit of Consultant caseloads not under the CMHT in Central Manchester



Audit of accuracy of oximeters at SRFT.
Audit of Post op adjuvant therapy following Gynaecological Surgery
Audit of the capsule endoscopy service at Manchester Royal Infirmary
Audit of CSII treatment programme for Type 1 Diabetes
Audit of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in secondary care
Audit of management of self harm in crisis resolution and home treatment team
Audit of interventions provided by the Winnicott centre for parents and children diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder.




Audit of Indications for caesarean section - are we complying with guidelines?
Audit of intensive care management of subarachnoid haemorrhage
Auditing the Christies Patient Hotline




Do young people come back to us?
Dose intensity in adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer- are recent guidelines being followed?
Determining the effectiveness of lipiodol flushing for unexplained subfertility over the last 5 years
Compliance with NICE CT guidelines for adults with head injury attending ED/UCC and needing a CT brain scan
Deaths Audit: Focus on Younger Adults
Effectiveness of combined antimicrobial & heparin line locks in delaying 1st event thrombosis in haemodialysis patients with tunnell


Endometrial abnormalities in postmenopausal asymptomatic women




Evaluation of magnetic resonance scanning for detection of colorectal hepatic metastases.
Endocrine function before and after pituitary surgery
Effectiveness of the Paediatric Early Warning Score in the Emergency Department
Effects of early menopause due to prophylactic oophorectomy, and long-term bone health in women without oestrogen replacement
Completion of the audit cycle with relation to the demographics of cases referred to the 16 - 17 CMHT in Manchester.




Can we improve compliance with the guideline for management of children with petechial rash and fever? - a completed audit cycle

Chronic pain after cardiac surgery
Breast Abscess Management in the Pennine Acute Trust. Optimal treatment: Surgical versus Conservative
Audits of Obstetric Practise
Breast Abscess
Clinical audit of surgical site infections.
Comparing quantaferon testing against the mantoux test for diagnosing suspected TB in children
Completion of the audit cycle of drug and alcohol histories in the 2nd year of the 16-17 CMHT
Coeliac Disease in Paediatrics
Clinical audit on new ways of working in psychiatry in Preston
Clinical Correlation Between Pulmonary Function Tests and the Presence of Inflammatory Cells in Sputum Samples of Severe Asth
Audit into use of beta blockers in heart failure in primary care
An audit of alcoholic liver disease at Royal Preston Hospital.
An audit of cardiac chest pain presenting to the emergency department. Do we have our finger on the pulse?
An audit into the management of miscarriage in the Hope Hospital Early Pregnancy Unit

An assessment of the Natalizumab (Tysabri) experience in patients with muliple sclerosis
An audit into the management of Melanoma
An Audit of Epiphora Service: Outcome of Referrals & Surgical Outcomes
An audit of patient satisfaction after total knee replacement
An audit of questionnaires regarding spontaneous remission & regression in Lung Cancer


An Audit of Outcomes In Teengae Pregnancy at Salford Royal Foundation Trust 2007 - 2008




An Audit of General Practitioner Referral Rates to Older People Mental Health Services at Royal Bolton Hospital
An audit of Mastoidectomies at the University of South Manchester
Acute management of septic patients in a DGH




A retrospective audit into the benefits of using PleurX in comparison to paracentesis to manage abdominal ascities in advanced ma
A retrospective study of the transfer times of patients with subdural haematomas.




A clinical audit of assessment of compliance with anti-epileptic medication in children and adolescents
Benefits of reassessment in chronic disease""
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Hypertension manangement and Cardiovascular co-morbidity in general nephrology clinic.""
A retrospective study on the effects of substance abuse on uptake of antenatal care & pregnancy outcomes



A study to determine if the medical management of Heart Failure improves quality of life or if the side effects outweigh the benefits.




Achieving enteral autonomy following autologous bowel reconstruction
A study on bag & mask ventilation: mean and peak pressures and its predictors
A review of mortality and morbidity of conventional versus minimally invasive oesophagectomy techniques




A review of the assessment of the physical health care of patients with chronic mental health problems in an inpatient rehabilitation
An audit of risk stratification for the use of oral anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation patients
Are we following the NICE guidelines when assessing children for ADHD in Preston CAMHS?

Are we Imaging Neck Trauma According to NICE Guidelines?
Anticoagulation Therapy In the over 90's
An audt of the accuracy and efficacy of MR imaging in the staging of endometrial cancer at Royal Preston Hospital
Angioplasty Waiting Times for Non ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients at the Manchester Heart Centre
Arthroscopic revison of rotator cuff tears
Asylum Seekers and Health Care
Audit into asthma care
Assessment and management of mobility and non motor features in Parkinson's Disease

ASD assessment at winicott centre against NAPC guidelines
Assessing patient satisfaction for hip replacements in South Manchester
An Audit to assess the Use of lumbar Punctures in the management of suspected bacterial meningitis at North Manchester General




An audit of the Term+10 guidelines for management of prolonged pregnancy
An audit of the use of invasive arterial pressure monitoring in spinal surgery
An audit of the specialist smoking cessation services in Manchester
An audit of the clinical risk factors associated with delayed visual maturation in infants.

An audit of the management of patients with Penile bending and Peyronies disease




An audit of the use of rituximab in rheumatoid arthritis, with particular reference to NICE guidelines.
An audit of vulval cancer treatment: compliance with Cancer Network Guidelines
An Audit Review of the Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Exacerbations
An audit of treatment in eating disorders




An audit of the use of the DIGAMI protocol in patients admitted with acute myocardial infarction (MI) to the MRI
An audit of tier 2 and tier 3 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services provided to children who are Looked After and their carers
The first post-transplant year - an audit of the quality of care
The identification and management of women with psychosocial problems in pregnancy.
The ESC Guidelines on Management of Syncope: A literature review, audit and action plan for the systematic introduction of autono
The Effectiveness of the Neonatal Hearing Screening in Identifying Children with Hearing Loss & those who would benefit from Furt
The efficacy of Permacol Thyroplasty
The influence MR scanning of the knee has on the decision to treat operatively and a comparison of MR scan results with operative
The National Hip Fracture Database: Audit and the development of a customised 'user friendly' database.




The newborn examination
The management of HIV infection in pregnant women.
The influence of a nurse-led cardiovascular prevention clinic on risk factor modification in S.L.E
The Influence of Nutritional Risk Assessment (MUST) on outcome in GI
The Effect of Increasing Age on the Treatment and Outcome of Gynaecological Cancers
Screen detected breast cancer referrals for surgery - are we meeting the Department of Health Cancer Treatment Guidelines?
Sepsis care bundle
Safety and Cost Effectiveness of a Nurse Lead IV Aminophylline Service
Risk factors for the length of stay following total knee replacement at Chorley District General Hospital in 2004 and 2009
Safeguarding children: awareness and responsiveness
Sexual dysfunction in patients on antipsychotic medication.
Survey of TB screening activity for new entrants entering the UK through Manchester Airport
The changing demographics of malignant melanoma




Surgical intervention as a suitability option for epileptic patient; and its outcomes.
Staphylococcal prophylaxis in adults with cystic fibrosis
subarrachnoid haemorrhage
the pain profile and management of patients with mucositis




A Critical Review of Genitourinary system injuries in cyclists and their relation to bicycle saddle design.
A study of weight changes in relation to therapy for tuberculosis
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How do students achieve the learning objectives of the Families and Children Module?""
1st contacts with parents after an abnormal screening result for PKU and MCADD: An assessment of current practice.
An Exploration into Causes of Maternal and Neonatal Morbidity in the Developing World.
Breast Imaging
Childhood Obesity
Assessment of current ADHD treatment against new NICE guidance
An exploration of the educational provision for children with autistic spectrum disorders in Trafford, Greater Manchester.
Analysis of Basic Surgical Sklls Training for Junior Doctors
Critical review of the current treatment options used in cystic fibrosis.""




To look at current practice of neonatal resuscitation within the hospital and compare it to the NLS guideline
Treatment of Incompletely Excised Basal Cell Carcinomas
Thyroid Surgery: Frequency of hypocalcaemia and length of patient stay post-thyroidectomy, noting the effect of use of prophylactic
The quality of resection margins with respect to disease recurrence in skin cancer. A retrospective review of cases in the last 3 year
Thyroid function and antithyroid autoantibodies during lithium treatment
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Vaginal Birth After Caesarean Section
What happens to those children who trigger the Early Warning System who are not transferred to HDU or PICU?
Uses and abuses of the recovery room
Untitled Neonatal Medicine Option
Use of Gonadal shields in pelvic X-rays



Retrospective review of major obstetric haemorrhage
Management of the acutely ill patient. A baseline assessment of recognition and response to Early Warning Score triggers


Medication in Children and Young People with ADHD attending a district CAMHS




Management of Eating Disorders in a CAMHS outpatient department




Longterm follow-up of individuals undergoing presymptomatic predictive testing for Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP)
Management of Bronchiolitis in Children
Metal on metal joint replacement: an audit of results
Mortality in hip fracture patients on dialysis
Neorotoxicity with Oxaliplatin drug




Morbidity and mortality associated with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) in Manchester: from Antenatal Diagnosis To Surgic
Mid-term review of endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) patients
Monitoring Patients on Long Term HPN
Lessons from Afghanistan
Examination of fracture risk in patients on cortisostreoid therapy
Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension
Evidencing the need for change and change implementation- Management of torus fractures in children
Evaluation of newly established CBT clinic in a crisis and home treatment team
Evaluation of the Feeding Clinic's Activity from 2005 to 2008




How does a metabolic stone clinic influence the incidence of stone formation in an at risk population?
Is the NHS's focus on cost saving affecting the clinical outcome of patients in primary care?
Is there any predictive value in Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing with regard to major urological cancer surgery?
Improving needle decompression of a tension pneumothorax in the military

Impact of the new national cancer targets on the patient care pathway at University Hospital South Manchester Foundation Trust
Implementing Healthcare Records for NF1
Node Positive Breast Cancer - Does Size Matter?
Project option on ADHD

Radiology & The MDT
Project option in Chronic Pain
Pre-operative assessment affecting outcomes in cardiothoracic surgery




Prevelence of Pscyhiatric Co-morbidities in patients admitted for alcohol detoxification



Recruitment for Stich II- A missed opportunity?
Renal ANCA-associated vasculitides
Repetitive strain injuries in musicians: service provision and availability
Relative Survival versus Cancer Specific Survival: Potential for inaccuracies in Larynx Cancer outcome statistics
Rehabilitation in burns patients
relationship of radiology to outcome in hip resurfacing
Post-operative comlications in head and neck patients on non-specialist head and neck wards
Outcomes In Pregnancies Complicated By Substance Abuse
Over 40s Antenatal Clinic Care
Outcomes in a Tertiary Mood Disorders Clinic
Obstetric and neonatal outcome of gestational diabetes
Outcome characteristics in pre menopausal women with gynaecological cancers
paediatrics
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Audit




Posterior Tibialis Tendon Dysfunction
Patient satisfaction and function following total knee replacement
Pain relief in labour: An audit assessing factors affecting the success of analgesia during labour.




Patient flow and referral patterns from the PANDA unit
                                                           Details
Following an abnormal CTG during labour it is standard practise to carry out a Fetal Blood Sample. This research
aims to evaluate the impact of fetal blood sampling on the care of women in labour.
This will be assessed by determining the success rate of FBS, especially in early labour and analysing the labour
outcomes, e.g. normal vaginal delivery or caesarean section.
In this study we aim to determine:
1) The success rates of FBS in early labour (<4cm dilated) compared to established labour (>4cm dilated).
2) To assess the delivery outcome for those women who had a successful FBS in early labour
3) To determine whether there is a threshold number of intrapartum FBSs above which an adverse delivery outcome
(e.g. caesarean section) can be predicted
Focus group comprised of muslim medical students debate/discuss what the ethical implications of autopsy on muslims and non-mu
Comparing the stroke volume value generated by a pulse pressure variation monitor with the value generated by the oesophageal d
This study involves gathering data on fetal blood samples taken from the blood gas machine on CDS at the Royal Blackburn Hospit
I will be looking and evaluating different imaging techniques and technology, to see if it makes any difference in the management pl
A study on effects of insulin in modulating beta-3 receptor response
To investigate central processing of itch in non-responders using a 3 Tesla fMRI Scanning. With the aim of investigating the central
Research into screening and diagnosis of early breast cancer
The aim of the study is to look at systemic sclerosis patients with gastroesophageal reflux who have undergone antireflux surgery in
Intense interest in the identification of metabolites and its biological action on the heart in heart disease manifestation. (Please note
Because of an audit to determine the uptake of the cervical screeningin the arms of obese paients, blood pressure measurements w
To perform the difficulty getting an adequate blood pressure reading programme.
Compare my findings with national targets.
Revising a guideline in accident and emergency medicine.
Effect of maternal smoking on chronic lung disease in preterm infants
Will be researching into the effects and consequences of treatment of Vitamin D in hyperparathyroidism. Will also be researching in
Curriculum maps and paeds placement LOs for all UK medical schools will be obtained from their websites or by
contacting the schools. Timing, duration and LOs of paeds placements vs duration of UG programme will be
Looking into vitamin D deficiency and the utility of testing for it in the setting of general practice.
The idea is to use a patient journey template to find whether there are any recurring themes regarding comorbidities and rehabilitatio
Use of harness in amputee rehabilitation
Perform a survey of all of the published
reports for the treatment of the childhood CNS tumour medulloblastoma (about 190).
Look at a meta-regression of the importance of reported dose intensity for the agents prescribed.
observation of delirium assesment in different medical teams.
Subjects will be recruited from the clinics run by the COPD team in Salford, in the hospital and the community. At
least half of those interviewed will have been specifically recognised to have an emotional problem by the clinical
team. I will carry out 10-15 in depth interviews in order to ascertain what are experiences of emotional distress and
To look at the outcome in terms of survival and morbidity of neonates born at less than 30 weeks gestation at RPH in a five year pe
Comparing factors involved with imaging of breast cancers. Identifying density vs risk. Positive predictive values etc.
Disease modifying therapy in Myelodysplasia (specifically the hypomethalating agent azacitidine).
Can the findings of clinical trials translate into NHS practice?
What are the barriers to delivery of new cancer drugs to patients in the NHS?
Researching the effects of CCK on gastric emptying
Diabetic Neuropathic and nephropathic Research
To assess the use of Corneal Confocal Microscopy in Diabetic patients with LADA
There is currently a gap in medical undergraduate communication skills teaching. While behaviour change models are discussed wi
Response to feedback following assessments in medical education.
Since 2002 Salford Royal Hospital has been collecting data in a prospective manor in all consenting patients with
chronic kidney disease (CKD) attending the trusts renal outpatients department.
There are now > 1500 patients on the database whose clinical phenotype has been well characterised.
The aim of this project is to examine the following areas:
- Factors influencing the rate of progression of CKD.
-Factors influencing cardiovascular events.
-Influence of treatment upon blood pressure control.
-Influence of treatment upon CKD - BMD
Looking at the effects of nutrients on gastric emptying, in healthy human subjects.
Recent evidence suggests the human immune system can generate autoreactivity to endogenous antigens which are expressed on
At present in Manchester Royal Infirmary, the majority of the 600 patients who are HIV positive and receiving
treatment, attend follow up appointments every 3 months. At these appointments the main measure of success of
treatment is the measurement of viral load. This should remain less than 40/ml if treatment is efficacious. However if
the viral load increases to more than 40/ml on two consecutive occasions, this indicates the treatment is not working
sufficiently and needs to be reviewed.
to develop understanding of the relationship between ethnicity and the performance of medical students focussing on elements of m
The project aims to investigate the association between ovarian response to gonadotrophin treatment and FSH
Huge resources are being spent to try and encourage increased exercise and sport participation in all age groups. There must howe
Stroke patients approaching Royal Preston Hospital will be approached and consented for ECG and Troponins on admission and a
Research based on the PMCA4 signal protein and its role in the pathology of heart hypertrophy and failure
research project in the area of breast radiology
Breast Screening and Diagnosis
To determine out the main fatal complications following a total hip replacement.
This is a descriptive study of the technique used to ensure goo compliance with drug treatment regimes in children with severe learn
Exploring the concept of listening and holding in the consultation, and the importance of the doctor-patient relationship. The study w
This is an evaluation of patients with FMS and RA. Patients will be assessed using questionnaires, physical examination and sleep
Obesity in childhood
Original research investigating the effects of major aortic surgery on cognitive performance.
Using illustrated case studies to explore the process of discharging patients with complex needs after acquiring a brain injury
The assessment of intubation difficultly and the development of a new scoring tool, which takes into account several
factors affecting intubation difficulty. This project would aim to improve upon the current Cormack and Lehane
working with experienced old age psychiatrist to write a piece, hopefully for publication
Intraoperative Epiaortic Scanning during Heart Surgery and correlation with Clinical Outcome and Surgical Strategy
Background:
As a large tertiary referral centre for paediatric surgical cases, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital is referred
several children with imperforate anus (anorectal malformations) each year. Recently it has been noticed that a
growing number of cases are diagnosed relatively late. In many cases children have been discharged home before
this was detected.
Aim:
To retrospectively assess the age at diagnosis of all patients presenting with imperforate anus over the last 5 years.
To further analyse the means by which diagnosis was made in those presenting late and if at any point the
abnormality was missed on previous routine checks.
Methods:
A retrospective review of case-notes will be undertaken to determine the age at diagnosis of all patients with
 Post-operative analgesic options in infants are quite limited. Many infants require infusions of morphine, which then
necessitate them being nursed on a high dependency/intensive care area with facilities for ventilatory support. It is
not always possible to administer analgesia via the oral route. Suppositories are not made in small enough doses for
An overview of recent developments in the management of major burns against a background of 'traditional' management.
Induction and post operative management of children from an anaesthetic point of view
To develop an evidence based guideline on a paediatric neuro topic, which will be chosen after some clinical experience.
To be confirmed with tutor

Migrant entrants: needs assessment (probably looking in particular at TB screening in immigrants newly registering at the practice)
A literature review of the effects of hypothermia on patients care and outcome.
Investigating possible adaptations to a guideline, or creating a new guideline, developing the most effective management for a parti
The project will build on the NICE guidlines for Parkinson's disease management, with the creation of a pro forma that can be used
Developing an emergency department guideline at AandE MRI attached to a consultant (who will be allocated closer
to the time). For further

A&E Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, ,
Investigating and examining the reasons why patients fail to follow through and make hospital appointments through the choose and
Proposing an audit of A&E adherence to trauma guidelines where the trauma has been the result of alcohol ingestion either by the p
Development of an emergency guideline
This project aims to review the last 50-100 rectal cancer patients managed at Salford royal hospital. The patients will
be divided into- those who had initial outpatient rectal assessment and those who did not have any rectal
assessment in a view to looking at their subsequent management and outcome. The review aims to answer several
questions-
1- If performing initial rectal examination influences the time from the first assessment to the first treatment? If there
is a difference in time between the group of patients who had initial rectal assessment compared to the group of
patients who were not assessed- did the time difference affect the subsequent management?
Historical ethics, exploring humanitarianism and altruism within medicine.
This project will seek to determine general health levels in 3369 male participants from 8 different European countries via examinati
The project will involve an audit of some aspects of the diagnosis and assessment of respiratory sepsis in an emergency departmen
As per title.
to draw up and understand the ingredients of a good
clinical guideline around a chosen topic - centred on a child that the student has clinically assessed
Symptom prevalence in patients with cancer over time: analysis of a longitudinal set of data.
Endocrine research/audit
1.      The demographics of patients, their diagnoses and their
treatment.
2.      Satisfaction of patients and their families with the community
paediatric nursing team.
To audit technique and patient survival & outcome after SIRT
The student will carry out research into the blood volume lost, during knee replacement operations, using conventional surgical tech
The management of aortic valve disease with specific attention to the assessment for percutaneous aortic valve replacement.
A review of the historical development of anatomy teaching and its role for medical students of the past, present and future.
study hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, the different ways to make the diagnosis and the efficiency of the treatments available.
Review evidence for the use of antipsychotics in children in autism and learning disability.
Examine clinical decision making by means of detailed case studies i.e.
What were indications and target symptoms leading to the prescribing?
Side effects - monitoring and experience.
How useful has the medication been/how is benefit determined?
The impact on quality of life for both the individual child patient and the family.
How is duration of treatment determined?
The project will also acknowledge the social implications on life for the patients and for those around in their social
A literature review of current knowledge regarding tissue oxygen delivery and consumption in shock, focussing on how this can be a
What have been the consequences of the introduction of clinical audit to the NHS, and how does its recent history
engage with the broader histories of clinical autonomy and professionalization?
The introduction of clinical audit to the NHS was first recommended by the Royal Commission on the NHS in 1976
but was not acted upon until the late 1980s. Clinical audit was accepted by doctors but only on the basis that they
Outcome of LARS ligament reconstruction for AC Joint dislocations of the shoulder
An audit or review to be assigned & discussed with Dr Kallat
Project option in clinical management.
An audit to look at the provision of pre-pregnancy counselling to women of childbearing age, who have Diabetes in
Literature review of the use of ketamine and fentanyl in prehospital care and options for military use.
Non-research project assessing the areas of patient satisfaction not met in a psychiatric unit.
quality improvement in early hours care: focusing on areas within the acute medical setting which require addressing and work with
The north-west does not currently have guidelines for management of this condition. This project will identify good practice guideline
To study the sexual dysfunction in female population with epilepsy
This project option will look into the diagnosis, staging and management of malignant gliomas including recurrent gliomas.
quality improvement in early hours care: focusing on areas within the acute medical setting which require addressing and work with
Using reliability principles to improve an aspect
of early hours medical care
A study to explore the nature of symptoms in patients with Chronic Cough using a specifically designed questionaire.
Breast Imaging and Analysis
Looking at the effect of various treatment modalities in keloid scars using a range of objective modalities. The study
will take place at Wythenshawe hospital where there is an established clinic with a patient base in excess of 300
patients who are under regular treatment and review. At the present time treatment is by adhesive silicon patches or
by regular steroid injections. A number of patients are treated by surgical excision. The proposal is to employ a range
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a major cause of childhood respiratory disease and there is significant interest in
characterising the component proteins of RSV in order to facilitate anti-viral drug design. However, several of the
component proteins of RSV, such as the phosphoprotein (P-protein) have proven difficult to study using conventional
methods. We will use laser Raman spectroscopic methods to investigate the structure of the RSV P-protein and it's
interactions with other RSV proteins.
The project with examine the perceptions of different groups of medical students (e.g. years 1-5, mature, foreign etc) regarding their
Research based project looking into the attitudes and beliefs of Muslim medical students towards autopsies. Data will be collected v
Looking through patient records and collecting data to see if there is a correlation between high cholesterol levels (
caused by a genetic
The wealth of new biomedical technologies currently available and under development suggests numerous ways that we might enha
Salford Royal Hospital has been collecting data on all patients presenting to its renal service with atherosclerotic
renovascular disease (AVRD) since the 1980's. Currently there are over 800 patients registered, with full data sets.
The aim of the project is to examine epidemiological associations of mortality, renal functional outcome and CVS
Discrete choice experiments allow estimation of the relative importance of different aspects of care, the trade offs between these as
Research project into the benefits of providing kangaroo care to infants on NICU before a painful intervention such as venepuncture
PPE is essential equipment for safe operational practice. This project will review the UK and International standards
and then involve review of each of te 14 ambulance services in the UK to determine levels of compliance and
deviation from the Health & Safety standards.
The student will initially be expected to acquaint themselves with the area through a critical review of the literature on
the role of primary care for people with PAD. They will be given an opportunity to attend group and individual tutorials
on qualitative data collection and analysis in preparation for their main role which will be to lead on the analysis of the
empirical qualitative data - the GP and practice nurse and patient interviews. They will be supported throughout the
process by UC who will co read all transcripts and ensure that the analysis is rigorous and thoughtful. The student
will be expected not only to write up the work for the 4th year PO but also to contribute to at least one peer reviewed
psychological therapies/psychopharmacology after self harm
Project in Medical Education Research
The link between rheumatoid arthritis and coronary heart disease is increasingly being recognised. This project aims to examine w
Family centred care is increasingly important in the management of HIV. What are the experiences of families living with HIV with re
Radiotherapy of the brain can result in a multitude of physical, medical, cognitive, and
psychosocial adverse outcomes. It is well established that neuroendocrine failure and
psychosocial impairments belong to the frequent and potentially severe sequelae of
radiotherapy, irrespective the underlying reason for radiotherapy (i.e. sort of brain
tumour). The main objective of the project is to gather epidemiological data on
psychosocial impairments in patients after prior cranial irradiation by using
questionaires and to relate these to clinical parameters such as boy composition and to
endocrine factors. We expect to gain better ideas for systematically assess the
prevalence of psychosocial impairments in patients routinely attending a late effects
clinic
To work in the lab carrying out various experiments such as PCR, western blot analysis, histology etc. To identify the role of the plas
My project will examine the levels of pain felt when either scalpels or monopolar diathermy are used during lumbar laminectomies. T
Relationship of mammographic density to BMI

Aim:
To review the prior history, assessment and therapeutic interventions and subsequent management of children
referred to the specialist bowel dysfunction clinic run by Mr A. Morabito & Sister S. Mc Garry at St Mary's Hospital.
Objectives:
To describe processes of identification of bowel dysfunction in relation to age, symptoms and signs.
To describe diagnostic and intervention processes followed when concerns are raised and subsequent processes
when the problem becomes recurrent or is refractory.
To examine diagnostic and intervention processes at the clinic.
To review the extent to which factors which may be significant in terms of primary or secondary psychiatric
contributors have been explored and are recorded in referral and clinic information.
To assist in gathering of information relating to factors relating to psychosocial assessment.
Method:
Review of case notes.
A project researching the diagnosis, management and the physical and psychological impact of skin disorders in HIV
positive patients.
Assessment of truama using the national TARN database.
The study aim is to compare the two types of treatment of proximal humeral head fractures.
The hypothesis being tested is whether the use of the bone substitute in addition to plating of the proximal humerus
To review the transition of care from paediatric to adult care in Prada Willi syndrome patients.
The student will initially be expected to acquaint themselves with the area through a critical review of the literature on
the role of primary care for people with learning disabilities. They will also be encouraged to explore wider relevant
sociological issues such as the place of stereotypes and stigma, the broader literature on doctor patient relationships
and notions of medical work. They will be given an opportunity to attend group and individual tutorials on qualitative
data collection and analysis in preparation for their main role which will be to lead on the analysis of the empirical
qualitative data - the GP and practice nurse and patient interviews. They will be supported throughout the process by
This study aims to analyse junior doctors’ performance in medical interviews and relate their conduct retrospectively to their und
A study to validate a scoring system for shoulder arthroscopy, using a global rating score. This would be validated by gathering scor
A pilot study to see whether supplying elective post operative general surgery and gynae patients with 'white noise headphones' imp
The aim of this research is to explore wrist movements and function in people who have previously fractured their wrist compared to
Looking at how the Gulu-South Manchester link can be developed in a way that benefits students of both institutions by using stude
Lab-based project involving cell cultures and possibly some ex vivo work using aortic rings.
Originally building on shell shock PTSD has been a growing medical field which is directly transferable from the
military to civilian practice. Since the first gulf war the diagnostic has been increasingly used for major accidents,
terrorist events, natural disasters. PTSD has also been used by NGOs dealing with disaster zones.
The student will consider how PTSD became accepted in medical practice - which protocols are employed for its
The quality of subcutaneous soft tissue varies in patients. The conventional oscillometric method of blood pressure measurements
This project will aim to carry out qualitative research into the reasons behind the high prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia amongs
An analysis of the relationship between eGFR (on ITU admission and stable) and mortality as the primary outcome measure, length
To find out approximately how many of the people who live with facial palsy suffer from psychological distress in the Northwest of E
1. Surveying how medical students understand and are affected by fears of the criminal law.
2. Examining the criminal responsibility of Trusts and health professionals for the spread of hospital borne infections
focusing on the deaths from c difficile in Kent.
Background:
The timelines of this study is illustrated by the 2008 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Diagnosis
and management of ADHD in children, young people and adults. This identifies the need to explore the
overrepresentation of ADHD in young offenders. Chitsabesan et al (2006) explored the needs of young offenders
and found that levels of substance misuse were higher than normal.
A qualitative study in to the reasons behind ethnic under achievement in medical education, in particular the role of felt stigma from
The Institute of Science, Ethics and Innovation (iSEI) is about to begin a five-year programme on this topic. The
research will bring together a range of disciplines to analyse the network of values, beliefs, concepts, and regulation
surrounding the human body, and how these are constructed in different contexts and across different sectors and
The aim is to see how well doctors in different settings achieve optimum BP control in their patient's by adjusting adjusting anti-hype
To took at patients with metastatic breast cancer who have
been treated with weekly paclitaxol chemotherapy and how quickly they progress after treatment. Any pretreatment
This is a clinically-relevant project in which Dr. Anita Merritt shows a great interest. We plan that Anita will first characterise a mose
The diagnosis of venous thromboembolism can be complex, inaccurate and time consuming. Radiological imaging is
expensive and involves radiation. A simple, accurate bedside test for thromboembolism might speed the diagnosis
and avoid imaging in the majority of patients. The supervisor's prior work suggested that respiratory dead space
evaluation combined with D-dimer may be such a test.
my aim is to perform a pilot study to assess the diagnostic utility of respiratory dead space combined with D-dimer in
the diagnosis of venous thromboembolism.
androgens in people with Poly Cystic Ovaries
Review of incident reporting, recording and injury profiling systems for ambulance collisions and accidents.
Review of national and international standards and development of proposed dataset to inform the construction of a
UK national recording system.
Most children with ITP have mild bleeding symptoms with only cutaneous symptoms and signs.
Intracranial haemorrhage is perhaps the most feared complication of childhood ITP and probably drives the need for
treatment to raise the platelet count. Despite this, the risk of ICH appears to be relatively low, occurring in 1 in 500 to
1 in 1000 cases. While it was thought that the risk was highest at the time of presentation, this is not so; there are
reported cases months to years after diagnosis, and ICH has occurred in children who have received treatment.
The outcome in ICH is not always fatal, particularly where treatment has been rapid.
What are the predisposing factors?
Do such children have additional conditions such as mild bleeding disorders?
Do children with catastrophic bleeding have small congenital blood vessel abnormalities?
I will be working at Christie hospital in the Patterson Institute research laboratory.
The project wishes to perform simple sleep studies and questionnaires on patients admitted to the coronary care unit following an a
A questionnaire will be formulated to assess how much Vitamin D is obtained from the participants diet and how much exposure to s
The student(s) will measure aspects of sound frequencies and volume created during brachial blood pressure measurement in a va
Array CGH is a new and powerful method of identifying small chromosome imbalances. We will ascertain a group of
20-40 patients where submicroscopic chromocome abnormalities have been identified on array CGH and compare
their clinical features with another group of 20-40 patients , where the aCGH result was normal. It would include
careful documentation of clinical features so that you could see whether specific features eg microcephaly are more
The purpose of this research is to to determine the antibiotic susceptibility of MRSA strains isolated in Manchester by measuring the
Bispectral index systems are on the market and are being used in Manchester Royal Infirmiry. The monitors have the potential to m
An investigation into a specific area of the new year 5 portfolio review system, in order to refine the process and its assessment qua
Investigation into the construct of neurophobia. Attempt to develop a model to help guide future intervention.
A project as part of a multi-centre study into the incidence of group B streptococcus in pregnancy.
An examination of growth patterns in SGA genetic polymorphisms associated with the development of asthma
The project will involve investigation on thechildren who do not catch-up and then go onto GH treatment, and anand allergic disorde
examination of bone characteristics - subsets of these patients have been shown to have gracile long bones and 'tall'
vertebrae, but these features have never been related to overall growth performance.

Dendritic cells (DC) are multifaceted cells whose
primary function is in professional antigen presentation. DC can produce a vast array of
cytokines, however, they are not considered capable of producing IL-4. More recent
evidence suggests DC which have been generated by a subset of monocytes (termed
non-classical monocytes) are capable of producing this cyokine following a specific
stimulus. This study has been designed to assess the effects of different stimuli on
CD123+ DC and IL-4 secretion in vivo'.
Research into the affects of surgery on facial nerve palsy.
The purpose of this study is to assess whether the sensation of taste is distorted in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. Previous
interviews with patients who have hep C about their experiences of and attitudes towards the services provided by their current GP
Recent evidence suggests the pathophysiology of CHF may be immune mediated, yet to date our understanding of this phenomeno
To assess, by telephone consultation and questionnaire, the impact of IBS on Male Sexual Function.
I will send out a questionnaire to the patient's under Dr Herrik's care who have systemic sclerosis asking them how they rate their bo
Research into HIV testing practices in Preston, Chorley and South Ribble
Questionnaire asking students how and where they achieved the LOs of the FCM. Questionnaire will be designed by PO student.
investigations into students' personal and professional development in the undergraduate medical curriculum
It is being increasingly recognised that pain is very common
in patients with Parkinson's disease, perhaps affecting around 50% of
patients, although the incidence is not fully established. In many
patients pain causes more disability than any other aspect of the
disease. As yet there has been virtually no research in this area. We
plan to use a questionnaire based approach to study several different
aspects of pain in PD: The frequency of pain in PD patients; the
characteristics of the pain; The frequency and characteristics of pain
in other parkinsonian conditions; The effect of levodopa, dopamine
agonists and other PD medications on the pain; the efficacy of other
various analgesic drugs on PD pain; The psychological effects of pain in
PD etc.
Researching awareness of common symptoms of transient ischemic attacks and stroke, among those attending a TIA clinic or adm
The project involves identifying
patients who were discharged from the mother and baby unit with a
diagnosis of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, collecting data from
their case notes and interviewing the patients and a representative from
childrens services. The data collected will include illness
characteristics, the course of illness in the first year post discharge,
and the current care arrangements for the patients child.
A study using a prototype multispectral camera to look at oxygenation of the optic nerve head in glaucoma.
An Evaluation of the management of neurogenic feet; comparing the outcome of bony and soft tissue procedures.
Patients with life-limiting illness can experience a wide variety of symptoms and may also encounter psychological
problems. It is recognised that the end of life can be a difficult and distressing period for both patients and families.
The experience of patients with life-limiting illnesses who are referred to hospice-based Specialist Palliative Care
services has not been widely studied. Some work has been carried out looking at patient satisfaction in such settings,
Cutting and immunostaining gliomas from a cohort of known chemosensitivity
Deficiency of thiopurine methyltransferase (TPMT) has been associated with severe
neutropenia in individuals treated with thiopurines. Adoption of TPMT testing into
clinical practice has been limited by insufficient evidence regarding the value of
testing.
A randomized controlled trial (TARGET) was undertaken. Individuals with inflammatory
disease requiring azathioprine treatment were randomized 50:50 into a standard
prescribing arm or to an arm where TPMT genotyping was used to inform prescription. The
primary endpoint was a reduction in severe neutropenia. Secondary endpoints included
prediction of other adverse events, stopping azathioprine, quality of life, health
economic assessment, and drug efficacy. Recruitment at 20 centres in England over 24
months accrued 334 participants. This project will consider the attitudes and experiences
of subjects participating in the study through patient diary records.
This study will involve patients and GPs being interviewed on their experiences.
Research will be carried out on patients in vascular surgery to gather sufficient information to provide an educational leaflet and vide
To measure CRP and cytokine (IL-1, IL-6, IL-8, TNF-alpha) levels in patients with acute brain injury (traumatic/subarachnoid haemo
Identifying molecular markers in cancer
A study to determine whether students having completed one module as opposed to another can answer related Progress Test que
Produce a literature review and research the relationship between MS and anti-TNF therapy
Looking at endometrial cells harvested from women with endometriosis and subfertility and checking the expression profile of throm
I shall look at the relationship between medical student Emotional Intelligence and performance in skills based assessment (OSCE'
Recently the CMO released a letter informing all hospitals that they were to provide access for post exposure prophylaxis after sexu
Qualitative research into junior doctor's perception's of what constitutes a prescribing error.
Research into mental health patients in EAU, possibly focusing on self discharge. Topic is not entirely finalised and
may not take the format of pure research depending on finalised title.
a laboratory based project which will investigate the role of genes implicated in the healthy and diseased heart. The structural, cellu
Study into the action of melatonin on human immune status at night
To find if the hormone marker AMH (Anti Mullerian Hormone) is a more accurate indicator of ovarian reserve than those currently in
Considering the case of Shipman, first in the historical context of prior attempts to reform the system of death registration and inves
The development of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is asymptomatic in its initial stages. Over 2% of the NHS budget
is spent on dialysis and transplantation and therefore preventing or delaying the progression of CKD is beneficial for
both the patient and the NHS. It has been established that even patients with severe CKD are more likely to
succumb to a fatal cardiovascular events than actually progress to end stage kidney disease requiring renal
People with SMI have an increased standard mortality rate. This is due to various factors including an increased
death rate from suicide, cardiovascular disease, bronchocarcinoma and respiratory tract infections.
The DoH recommends that influenza vaccinations should be offered to at-risk groups, for example over 65s. Another
Pneumococcal vaccination is recommended for high risk children. I will audit the uptake of this vaccine in this group of children.
An audit looking at ADHD referrals and whether or not they get a diagnosis. The project option will include looking at
the number of referrals, who referred each child, age of child and the outcome of
Objective 1: to discover how often histopathology gets an adequately sized biopsy on which a definite diagnosis
cannot be made.
Objective 2: to follow up such cases and discover how often the patient does prove to have malignant
mesothelioma
Telepath search of pleural biopsies taken by surgeons over a defined period, eg 1 year
Exclude cases done for pneumothorax or definite benign disease
Sort cases into types, e.g. diagnosis of malignant mesothelioma,
diagnosis of carcinoma,
definite benign diagnosis,
uncertain or suspicious diagnosis.
Looking at admissions to NICU, treatment, length of stay and complications in NAS babies.
My project option will be an audit of how many patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are receiving treatment for osteoporo
Audit on emergency laparotomy patients within the trust. Based in intensive care
I will be working at christie hospital and doing an audit to see if patients and/or medical proffesionals are recieving copy letters from
The project will focus on the induction of women who have undergone a previous caesarean section. There will be a comparison of
ANTT (Aseptic Non Touch Technique) was introduced in the neonatal unit at HOPE hospital in January 2006.
This project will involve reviewing the case notes of babies who had long lines, to study the invasive sepsis rates.
The project will audit the use, side effects and efficacy of opioids and adjuvant analgesics in the management of cancer pain in inpa
Retrospective look at birth outcomes and antenatal care for women with a previous caesarian section.
It would involve collecting data of all individuals who suffer from Adult ADHD, examine their treatment options. I would want to overa
Oximeters are now used to assess the blood oxygen saturation of all patients at this Trust. It is clearly important that
these devices should be accurate and they should be used properly. Previous audits have suggested that there may
be a degree of inaccuracy in oximetry measurements, especially if the saturation is below 90%.
The aim of this project is to compare oxygen saturation measurements made by the Trust's pulse oximeters (SpO2)
Performing an audit in terms of compliance with intended outcomes in Gynaecology guidelines. (IOG)
Capsule endoscopy is a cutting edge technology to investigate obscure gastrointestinal bleeding. Around 150 of these have been p
Comprehensive audit of the compliance with NICE guidance, biomedical outcomes and patient experience among the patients treat
Consultants will be approached in secondary care in the UK to assess the proportion of patients attending clinics with IBS
We propose to look into routes into service utilisation and follow up of deliberate self-harm patients in crisis resolution home treatme
The audit will compare the Winnicott guidelines with the current NAPC guidelines for children diagnosed with autistic spectrum diso
Supervisor: Dr Joanna Gillham, Fetal Management Unit, St Mary's Hospital, Hathersage Road, Manchester, M13
0JH. Tel: 0161 2766116
Student: Claere Fehily
I, Dr Gillham have been a full time consultant obstetrician and subspecialist in fetal and maternal medicine at St
Marys Hospital, Manchester since August 20th 2007. I can confirm I am not away during the critical period of the
project.
Both the national and local hospital caesarean section rates have been steadily rising since 2001. The caesarean
rates are now at the highest they have ever been. This has implications both clinically and financially, both in the
index pregnancy and on all future pregnancies. Caesarean sections are associated with increased maternal morbidity
audit of intensive care management of subarachnoid haemorrhage in light of best evidence
Christie’s is the largest Hospital for cancer patients in Europe. There is a hotline set up for its patients in the community. I shall
Based in community contraceptive service
There is a lot of data on attendances at contraceptive clinics with up to 20% of women aged 16-19 attending
(National statistics NHS contraceptive services England
 2006-7) - but little work on reattendances
With the current emphasis on Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) and Your Welcome criteria for young
people- do they come back to one clinic? Can we measure this?
Project outline -what will Laura do?
Plan 100 notes from January 2007 onwards to allow I year follow up, where the women has accessed contraception
at her first visit
Under 20s
Using a simple proforma she will collect data on
-what contraception used
review case notes and chemo-prescriptions for 2 groups of patients, before and after local guidelines were introduced.
Patients who have unexplained subfertility may choose to undertake lipiodol flushing to increase their chances for conceiving. My p
After meeting up with Mr Bhattacharyya he told me that for my Project Option he will be organising an 11 week
timetable for me. During this time, I will be able to spend time working with Mr. Bhattacharyya and his A & E team. I
will be working with a wide variety of health care professionals, seeing lots of patients on a daily basis and will be
given the opportunity to practice and learn new clinical skills.
During this time I will also complete a retrospective audit (see above). This will involve looking at patients attending
A project to look at causes of younger / unexpected deaths. Talking to staff / relatives involved.
To review the times of referral and creation of vascular access for haemodialysis and compare to recommended standards. To reco
The research project, UKCTOCS, is set to investigate the potential for screening for ovarian cancer using the tumour
marker CA125 or US in randomised controlled fashion. It is primarily reporting on ovarian pathology however
endometrial thickness is reported as an incidental finding.
Introduction:
Colorectal cancer is common.
Up to one third develop liver metastases.
Resection of liver metastases improves survival.
For resection to be worthwhile, hepatic disease must be adequately identified and characterised.
Accuracy of a diagnostic test must be confirmed by resection histology and follow-up scanning of the remnant liver.

Methods:
MRI HPB unit liver resections for 2007 - 57 patients are the core population.
Data collection:
Name
Age
Gender
Primary diagnosis
Date of primary operation
Histology of primary
Chemotherapy y/n
Chemotherapy agent
Whether metastases present at time of primary operation
CEA level
MR
details about the type of contrast used.
Details about the lesions shown

Verification:
Resection histology
Follow-up imaging.
Comparison to intra-operative ultrasound.
Audit andocrine function before and after pituitary surgery
This audit aims to investigate whether the Paediatric Early Warning Score is being performed on all children requiring it within the E
Women with mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes have increased risk of both ovarian and breast cancers. In these situation
The aim of this project is to investigate cases involving teenagers aged 16-17 years who have had a history of psychiatric problems
The re-audit will establish whether there has been an improvement in compliance with the
clinical guideline on petechial rash and fever in the management of suspected
meningococcal disease in a district general hospital after the last study in 2006. At
the same time, retrospective data collection will be allow evaluation of possible use of
the 'ILL' criteria as a management tool compared with the existing guideline, to
determine which is more effectively and easily implemented for clinical use.
Chronic pain after cardiac surgery. A questionnaire shall be sent to cardiac patients that have had different forms of
anaesthesia.
An audit looking at how breast abscesses are managed in NMGH, Bury, Oldham & Rochdale; either conservatively (aspiration & dra
Two audits of obstetric practise at Hope hospital, including one on External Cephalic Version.
Currently, the Bolton Breast Unit is uncertain about the no of breast abscesses cases they see. Questions have been
raised on the effectiveness of the existing protocol set up by the unit, in terms of imaging, the treatment mode and
interval of follow-ups etc. In addition to that, the unit is also uncertain regarding source of patients, whether they were
referred from GP, from Obs & Gynae or A&E etc., which if a predisposition can be identified, access to specialist
investigations, treatment or follow ups can be improved.

Objectives:
1)To identify no of breast abscess cases referred to the hospital
2)To identify origin of the referral, hence whether from GP, from A&E, accidental findings, from Obstetrics wards
etc
3)To identify different types of breast abscesses: lactational, non-lactational, periductal abscesses, peripheral
Audit of minor surgery patients in PCT, looking at prevalence of surgical site infections in line with NICE Clinical guideline 74/
Audit in paediatrics comparing the mantoux test to quanteferon testing in children with suspected TB or who have come into contact
I will be completing the audit cycle started last year of the drug and alcohol histories of the new patients referred to the 16-17 comm
An audit into improving management of Coeliac disease in children.
development of clinical audit proforma and then measurement of standards associated with the implementation of the new ways of w
A research project to determine the cardiovascular and respiratory effects of exercise endurance tests in patients diagnosed with se
As the title suggests, this is an audit designed to see how often beta blockers are used within primary care in the scope of heart failu
An audit of alcoholic liver disease at Royal Preston Hospital including presentation, management and complications of patients with
An audit of the timely assessment, investigation and management of cardiac chest pain presenting to the emergency department.
An audit into the value of AMH screening in an IVF unit
Semistructured interviews of 15
patients.
to compare local practice of management of Melanoma patients from May 2008 - May 2009 to the current UK guidelines and explor
An audit project to see hoe patients assess risk in daily life events and how it is that they assess risk to some surgical procedures e
An audit exploring patient satisfaction post knee replacement in Hope Hospital. Gaining experience in clinical auditing & orthopaedic
An e-mail and letter based questionnaire regarding spontaenous remission & regression of lung cancer will be sent to all consultant
- What are the clinical risk factors for poor pregnacy outcome amongst those teenage patients booked for
care/delivering at SRFT?
- What are their pregnancy outcomes and how do these compare with regional/national figures?
Background:
General Practitioners play a key role in the mental health of older people. The vast majority of referrals to the older
people mental health team are from GP’s.There has been a recent increase in referral rates and there is
anecdotal evidence to suggest that there is a wide variation in the referral rates of different GP surgeries and
standard of referrals and at what stage of illness(for example patients with memory loss) patients are referred .
Aims:
1.To study the rates of GP referrals to the three Community Mental Health teams in Bolton that cover different
To record and analyze childrens snoring before and after a tonsillectomy, allowing us to note any changes in snoring patterns.
A retrospective audit of clinical practice in the management of severe sepsis, septic shock, and septicaemia
Specific question to being addressed: 1) how many paracentesis patient had before being referred for pleurX
2) amount of fluid drained using paracentesis vs PleurX
3) length of hospital stay when using paracentesis
4) mortality
5) complications of both paracentesis vs PleurX
Brief background: audit on 15 patients with a variety of cancer types who have recurrent malignant ascities (which is
a poor indicator of life expectancy). the patients are orginally treated using paracentesis (puncture) to drain fluid
which requires hospital admittence. there is no guideline on treatment.
A new type of intervention the PleurxC tunneled peritoneal catheter is inserted into the abdomen and can be drained
To investigate, using the Trauma Audit & Research Network (TARN) database, if the transfer times of patients, between presenting
Using the Brief Medication Questionnaire, compliance to
medication related to age, gender and type of epilepsy suffered will be examined, as well
as attitudes towards medication. This project will take the form of a short questionnaire
given to adolescents attending routine follow up appointments at Halliwell Childrens Centre, Bolton. Ethics
Approval will be sought.",Dr Daniel Hindley"
My project option aims to assess whether comprehensive general
This project is looking into the impact of hypertension manangement
and cardiovascular co moribidties on a set of patients in the early
stages of renal failure.
Hypertension is highly significant in renal failure, it is indicated
as both a contributory factor and a result. Thus the control of
hypertension is a very important factor in the management of kidney
disease as it can help to slow down the progression of renal failure
and is an important indicator as to the effect of the treatment of the
patient.
I intend to look at a wide range of patients from the general
nephrology clinic to gather a substantial amount of information which
will show if effective hypertension manangement has been offsetting
the decline in renal function.
Substance abuse in pregnancy and the effects it has on uptake of antenatal care and pregnancy outcomes.
This is a community based project option looking at the management of heart failure it will involve two parts:
1) An Audit into how effectively heart failure is being managed at the practice and whether all the patients are on all
the medications recommended by the NICE guidelines e.g beta-blockers, ACEi etc
2) Researching into how their quality of life is affected as a result of the concoction of medication they are on and
Short Bowel and Nutrition
A good nutritional status is important to facilitate a successful outcome in short bowel syndrome. The goals of
nutritional management are to maintain normal growth, promote adaptation and avoid complications.
Pre surgery - encourage demand oral feeding alongside parenteral nutrition for intestinal adaptation and a
behavioural aspect of feeding rather than a form of nutrition. This may be using expressed breast milk where
possible and either hydrolysed or elemental feeds as appropriate. The child may require either a nasogastric tube or
gastrostomy tube for enteral feeds if oral feeds are not accepted.
Post surgery - start oral feeds when possible using expressed breast milk, hydrolysed or elemental formulas. Some
comparison of the efficacy of pre-operative oral paracetamol and peri-operative IV paracetamol for pain relief after tonisllectomy in c
Oesophageal cancer
This project will review the relevant literature with regards to the common co-morbid health complications and
increased morbidity and mortality of clients suffering with severe mental illness. It will be able to initially look at the
extent and type of physical illness common in severe mental illness and look at the frequency in the population. It will
then set out current guidelines which are used to assess physical health in those with severe mental illness. The
project will define the frequency of different physical illnesses in the setting of the Rehabilitation unit at the MRI. It will
then go on to assess how this unit is measuring up to the standards agreed at the outset of the project. This project
A patient/case note review prior to and following the implementation of new guidelines
NICE guidelines to support the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD have recently been updated. This project will be an audit to discov
Management of some aspect of trauma. this may be
the management of head and spinal injury following trauma
An audit looking into the relevance of anticoagulation therapy in patients aged over 90
We shall retrospectively review approximately 100 cases of hysterectomy for endometrial cancer and compare radiology and pathol
An audit looking at time delays present from the patient being referred for angioplasty to being discharged. Particularly looking at wh
Audit on the success of arthroscopic revision of rotator cuff tears.
A research project into aslyum seekers and healthcare at the Horizon Centre
Audit into care of patients presenting with asthma symptoms in A&E
Assessment and management of mobility and non motor features in Parkinson's Disease: A literature review and audit.
Looking at ASD intervention against the NAPC
 and departmental guidelines and set guidelines for the department to follow.
A review of 100 hip replacements to assess patient satisfaction.
It's an audit in the infectious disease department at North Manchester into the use of lumbar punctures.
I intend to use local and national (NICE) guidelines to set standards for auditing a common and important clinical
scenario in the setting of a busy inner city teaching hospital.
This is a pertinent project in view of recent revised NICE guidance and potentially conflicting initiatives trying to
address rising caesarean
section rates.
There is a wide variety in the practise of using arterial lines to measure blood pressure during spinal surgery. This audit aims to find
A questionnaire based study. I intend to distribute questionnaires amongst women attending ante natal smoking clinics to determin
                     There is anecdotal evidence that obstetric problems are associated with delayed visual maturation (DVM) –
                     particularly problems with the second stage of labour. This audit of children on the paediatric diagnostic database at
                     Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (MREH) will look at the factors associated with DVM.
                     Simon Bourne (4th Year Medical Student) will carry out a notes audit of all children seen at MREH with DVM
                     An audit of the management of pathological Penile bending and
                     Peyronie's disease.
                     To review the literature on who should receive rituximab and the evidence for its effectiveness in the treatment of
                     RA.
                     To audit all patients who have currently received rituximab:-
                     1. Were they appropriately chosen?
                     2. Were the correct tests and disease monitoring scores done beforehand?
                     3. Has monitoring (including disease activity monitoring) been done appropriately afterwards?
                     4. All the above done with reference to the current NICE guidelines.
                     A clinical audit comparing the treatment outcomes of 2 groups of patients having undergone treatment for vulval cancers and lookin
                     Using NICE guidelines as a standard, I will analyse both the in hospital and discharge care of patients admitted due to an exacerbat
                     An audit of treatment in eating disorders in manchester.
                     Aggressive management of hyperglycaemia in patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction has been shown to
                     reduce mortality. There is some anecdotal evidence that the DIGAMI protocol is not being applied appropriately.
                     Specific questions that will be addressed:
                     1.Are MRI patients being appropriately selected for treatment with the DIGAMI protocol?
                     a.What proportion of acute ST elevation MI patients receive DIGAMI treatment?
                     b.What proportion of non-ST elevation MI patients receive DIGAMI treatment?
                     c.What proportion of unstable angina patients receive DIGAMI treatment?
                     2.In patients who receive DIGAMI treatment, is the delivery of the protocol satisfactory?
                     a.Is it given in a timely fashion?
                     b.Are insulin, glucose and iv fluids given according to protocol?
                     c.Are there complications associated with therapy such as hypokalaemia and heart failure?
                     To outline the national guidance for LAC assessements and compare this to the quality of Tameside assessment using appropriate
                     Collecting data regarding length of hospital stay, number of readmissions, number of rejections, re-operations, surgical complication
                     'Special circumstances' forms will be used to collect data regarding pregnant women presenting with psychosocial problems. Data a
                     The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Guidelines on Management (Diagnosis and Treatment ) of Syncope: A literature review,
                     Following national inspection (due Jan 2009), I plan to look into flagged areas in the RPH NHS protocol, specifically focusing on info
                     The principal research objective is to assess the sensitivity and specificity of Weber’s tuning fork test at detecting either a senso
n of MR scan results with operative findings.
                     Introducing a national database locally. Customising and modifying the database to meet our audit aims and improve input from hea
                     The newborn examination is a standardised tool used to screen babies for congenital abnormalities such as
                     developmental dysplasia of the hip and congenital heart disease. A recent report by Green and Oddie (Green, K.
                     Oddie, S., The value of the postnatal examination in improving child health, Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed
                     2008;93:F389-F393.) highlighted some problems with the examination. These include:
                          very
                     •	 few abnormalities are identified at the newborn examination	
                          the
                     •	 examination does not meet the Wilson and Junger criteria for an effective screening tool 	
                          the
                     •	 examination may delay discharge from hospital 	
                     •	 Some patients have expressed dissatisfaction with the examination.	

                      I propose to conduct a literature review on the evidence supporting and opposing the usefulness of the newborn
                      An audit to evaluate the management of HIV infection in pregnant women, with special emphasis on the prevention of mother-to-chi
                      To audit CV risk factor changes following institution of a nurse-led CV prevention clinic for patients with SLE.
                      I will be using hospital data to find out if the MUST score has an effect on the outcome of GI patients.
                      Aim is to establish whether age is a prognostic factor for Ovarian Cancer. Are women in an older age bracket being given the same
                      An audit comparing and contrasting the cancer referral pathways of symptomatic versus screen detected breast cancers at North M
                      Review of the use of the Sepsis Care Bundle in A+E
                      Looking at the safety and cost effectiveness of a nurse lead IV aminophylline service for severe asthma
                      Audit looking at data from 2005-2007
                      A trust-wide audit investigating doctor awareness of protocols concerning child protection
                      An audit of the assessment and management of sexual dysfunction in patients prescribed antipsychotic medication
National guidance advises that people coming to stay in the UK for more than 6 months should be offered TB
screening. It advises that new entrants should be identified from a variety of sources, including port of arrival reports.
Activity at ports of entry varies, however, across the country and the appropriate model for control of TB in new
entrants, from both clinical- and cost-effectiveness perspectives, is the subject of national debate. Furthermore, in
Greater Manchester, the Primary Care Trusts and the Health Protection Agency are developing a local TB
implementation plan. Part of the latter will include a review of new entrant screening.
At Manchester Airport, personal details are gathered on people entering the UK for more than 6 months from a high
incidence country and the details are passed to community TB services serving the passenger's destination address.
In view of the current strategic TB initiatives, there is a need to examine how the existing model functions.

The student will:
1) Undertake a literature review
Comparing the demographics of melanoma between 1997 or 2000 and 2007 including age, sex, social class, and looking at the ava
Learning objectives:
1) To outline the common cause of epilepsy that is surgically tractable.
2) To map out all possible considerations of a suitable candidate for epilepsy surgery.
3) To understand the risks and benefits of surgery to epileptic patients.
4) To figure out the possible positive and negative post-surgical outcomes.
5) To outline the post-surgical recovery care in the multi-disciplinary team.
Examination of use of flucloxacillin vs azithromycin in adults with cystic fibrosis and colonisation with staphylococcus aureus
The management of CT negative subarrachnoid haemorrhage
I will be identifying patients who have developed oral mucositis as a result of total body irradiation and those who have developed it
Question to be addressed – 	
1)What are the major types of saddle injuries in male and female cyclists? Labial swelling, urethral trauma,
subcutaneous nodules, abscesses, genital numbness and/or pain, erectile dysfunction due to vascular or
Autonomic/Somatic nerve damage have all been reported in the literature. How does pressure from the saddle
contribute to such injuries.
2) How have modifications in saddle design attempted to address these issues and how successful have they
been?
Background – 	
To go through records for the last couple of years and document weight changes in relation to prior weight loss, disease site and eth
Simulation
 Students in Manchester Medical School spend about 5-7 weeks in
Paediatrics and Obs &Gyn during their FCM module in the fourth year both
in the hospitals and in the community. The objective of this project is
to look if the learning objectives of the FCM module are being met and
if so, how and where are they achieved. This will involve questionnaires
being sent out to the students asking for their response.

using a questionnaire I will interview parents of children diagnosed following newborn screening with PKU and MCADD during the la
A critical appraisal/ systematic review of literature relating to an aspect of maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality in developin
The paper will look at an aspect of breast radiology.
Looking at trends in childhood obesity, and problems faced in the future.
NICE guideline for treatment of ADHD which was published in September 2008 highlighted several issues. Specifically, drug treatm
A systematic review of the processes used to allocate or accept children with autistic spectrum disorders into certain mainstream or
An analysis of how junior doctors are trained in basic surgical skills, including instrument handling, tissue handling, suturing and wou
Critical appraisal of the treatments used in the management of CF. Evaluating research methods, sample sizes etc. used in studies
'to look retrospectively at all of the
children who have been brought in to A&E with a cardiac arrest and
look at outcomes as well as causes and the time to onset of CPR (this
should be documented by the ambulance crew) and if bystander CPR was
done.
Audit of Treatment of Incompletely Excised Basal Cell Carcinomas for 5 years and to compare the management with gold standard
Patients can become hypocalcaemic following thyroid surgery. This increases their time spent in hospital as an in-patient due to com
Examine the medical records of all patients who underwent resection of their respective skin cancers in the last three years at the W
This project is designed to investigate the significance of antithyroid autoantibodies before and during treatment with lithium. A com
An audit on Trigeminal Neuralgia in Greater Manchester
Audit on uptake and success rate of VBAC
I will be analysing children who trigger on the early warning system at RMCH who are not transferred to HDU or PICU and their outc
Current roles of the recovery room in acute block and possible improvements
To be confirmed
An audit looking into the use of gonadal shields when performing pelvic X-rays of a fertile population.
A retrospective case control study looking
at major obstetric haemorrhage.
Our rates of really big obstetric bleeds >2.5litres seem to have
increased enormously in the last 10 years and we don't really know why.
The project will assess the management of the acutely ill patient. I will conduct an audit of 25 consecutive deaths within the intensiv
Audit of the population of patients with ADHD attending the Winnicott Centre in Manchester. It will examine the
medication prescribed, dose, type, combination etc and look at the age,
gender, weight etc of the pts and see if there are any trends and
Background:
Eating disorders have the highest mortality of any adolescent mental health disorders. Effective management
requires that equal attention is paid to the psychiatric and the physical components of the disorder and necessitates
co-ordination of a multi-professional team. Recent research suggests that psychiatric inpatient admission is
associated with poor outcome but management of eating disorders in an outpatient setting can be challenging due to
the involved risk, the number of professionals involved and anxieties in the family and treatment team. Robust
research evidence for effective treatments is poor in this area and the NICE guidance for eating disorders reflects
this. Stockport CAMHS have a high referral rate of young people with eating disorders (8 -12 per year) and are
aiming to establish a comprehensive care bundle in order to optimize the care these patients receive.
Aim:
Endoscopic screening by sigmodoscopy /colonoscopy in `at risk' individuals and their families is regarded as an
important part of the management of FAP. The screening protocol for those individuals found to have inherited FAP
remains unchanged from established recommendations. This study aims to determine whether polyp development
occurs later than the current research suggests and if so, whether existing screening guidelines should be updated to
take account for this. Furthermore, the study intends to identify a correlation between genotype and the onset of
polyps in the context of a screening programme.
Correletaion between RSV testing and management of bronchiolitis
Looking at whether quality of life imrpoves following different types of hip replacement with regards to rate of going back to work and
An audit to look at survival rates of patients in end stage renal failure and on dialysis when they undergo surgery for a fractured hip.
Prospectively discuss with patients about neurotoxicity with having additional drug of magnesium
BACKGROUND: the incidence of CDH is 1 in 2200 live births. CDH is detected antenatally
and foetuses are karyotyped and searched for associated anomalies.
METHODS: 10 year review of all CDH antenatally diagnosed and admitted to the Neonatal Surgical Unit in
Manchester will be investigated in order to better antenatally and postnatally council parents with children affected by
this condition.
We will study:
real incidence of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernias (CDH) in Manchester;
whether the site of anomaly has an impact on the outcome;
whether the age of the foetus at diagnosis has an impact on the outcome;
whether maternal age has an impact on the outcome;
whether CDH is associated with any other anomalies and the impact of the anomalies on the outcome;
morbidity and mortality and
the surgical approach and surgical complications.
To review the results of EVAR patients with regards to recovery and complications in comparison with surgical abdominal aneurysm
To know the outcome of long term HPN on patients.
to be trained in BATLS (battlefields advance trauma life support) and to assess the MoD's revised course and assess its content an
Looking at the reasons why people are taking steroids and whether they are on the correct dosage and assessing if they are more p
Studying the incidence of Beta-Blockers being contra-indicated in new patients with ocular hypertension; and, those patients who ar
1) Gather current evidence of best clinical practice with regards to Torus fracture management.
2) Look at current practice in the ED re management of Torus fractures.
3) Ascertain the benefits of implementing change- including affects on cost of immobilisation, time spent in the
department by the patient and decrease in nursing input with this patient group.
4) Involvement of stakeholders in the change in practice- education of staff and patient information leaflet
Evaluation of newly established CBT clinic in a crisis and home treatment team using satisfaction surveys etc.
To retrospectively assess the activity and the treatment options ffered to patients seen in the Feeding CLinic for children with learnin
Metabolic stone clinic since Oct 10th 2003.
Initially not all patients were stone patients.
Aim of clinic to valuate all patients requiring metabolic stone screening and offer relevant medical and surgical advice
in one clinic. Patients with complex stone disease (> 1 episode, >1 side, >1 stone), radiolucent stones, family history,
transplant patients and recurrent stones are referred and screening results reviewed.
Many patients have been through the clinic more than once. Estimate 200 patients probably for evaluation.
Methods
Develop proforma. Use PAS, CWS, Medisec and biochem database for results. Occasional notes may need
reviewing.
Proforma expected to include:-
1)Diagnosis : Not stone- exclude
2)Type of stone: Calcium, Cystine, Uric acid, Struvite
3)Investigations: AXR, Ct scan, IVU, renography, USS, U&E, Ca, 24hr urines, Vit D levels, PTH
4)Abnormalities on Screening: Hypercalcaemia, hyperoxaluria, serum ca, serum PTH. Type of cystinuria. Uric acid
levels, Urine pH
An audit to determine if a switch from atorvastatin to simvastatin, due to cost saving purposes alone, has an effect on the clinical ou
Auditing the value of pre-operative cardiopulmonary exercise testing in patients undergoing major urological cancer surgery and atte
Working with Military groups to analyse and improve the treatments currently used in a tension pneumothorax within a military settin
Audit to assess the impact of recent national government gynaecological cancer targets on patient short term
outcomes in terms of proportion of advanced stage disease, recurrence, and early mortality.
To evaluate the use of personal health records for the management of neurofibromatosis type 1. this will be done by questionairre a
Large tumours in breast cancer has been known to be associated with higher incidence of node positivity. Thus this audit will analyz
Project option on ADHD
An Audit of Radiology involvement in
Multidisciplinary Team Meetings
Audit of patient satisfaction in chronic pain management or an audit in the commencement of opiates
A clinical audit into how pre-operative assessment affects outcomes in patients undergoing major cardio thoracic surgery.
With the information from the notes, i will be looking to see if any of the patients
had any psychiatric co-morbidity's when they have been admitted into hospital for
alcoholic detoxification within a set period of time. This may be in the form of
psychosis or depression.

With this i will then look at how these patients will be treated and how it affected
their outcomes and lenght of time till discharge. I'm not sure what other audit criteria
i will look at as yet as I'm not sure about the patterns that will be collected.

After collecting and analysis the data, i will then compare this with studies already
conducted on sI'milar topics and see how this cohort of patients were managed. i may also
look into how the patients were treated for alcohol detox and how this compares with
clinical guidance (this is if i have enough word limit and it fits in with the scope of
the project)

I will be completing an audit, reviewing one year of referrals of patients to the regional neurosurgical unit at Salford
Royal with a diagnosis of intracerebral haemorrhage. From this cohort I will identify those patients who could have be
recruited to an MRC funded international multicentre trial called Stich II. This looks at the role of neurosurgery for
lobar intracerebral haemorrhage.
To review the management of patients with renal ANCA-associated vasculitides and compare to published results from elsewhere
A study of the way in which musicians can access health services with regard to repetitive strain injuries.
Cisplatin, 5FU +/- taxane will be given to patients diagnosed with oral cancer before radiotherapy and/or surgery. The outcome/prog
The title may change after further discussions but will either be on burns victims or cleft palate patients, looking into their care and fo
relationship of radiology to outcome in hip resurfacing
An audit on the post-operative complication rates seen in patients nursed outwith head and neck wards
Comparison of the outcomes of pregnancies of substance abusers compared to hospital average figures.
Audit of care as set out by NICE Guidelines
An analysis of outcome data collected from a tertiary mood disorders clinic. Routine data are collected and available on a database
Looking into the importance and outcome of glucose tolerance tests in pregnant women in salford royal hospital in 2008
Gynaecological cancer accounts for 19% of all new cancers diagnosed worldwide, many of these being young patients. This anudit
paediatric fits and funny turns
Audit into post-operative outcomes of plastic surgery carried out at the Christie Hospital.
PATIENT SATISFACTION AND CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT USING THE AOFAS SCORES WILL ENABLE US TO
COMPARE THIS TREATMENT METHOD WITH OTHERS SUCH AS ARTHRODESIS, CHIELECTOMY

ARTHRITIS OF THE FIRST MTP JOINT IS A COMMON CLINICAL PROBLEM .ARTHRODESIS PROVIDES
GOOD PAIN RELIEF BUT DOES NOT PERMIT WEARING OF CERTAIN TYPES OF FOOTWEAR.CHIELECTOMY
DOES PROVIDE UNPREDICTABLE BENEFIT WHICH IS OFTEN SHORT LIVED.SILASTIC JOINT
looking into total knee replacements, the different types and overall patient satisfaction.
Through this audit I intend to identify the factors which affect the success of pain relief during labour.
Auditing patient flow and referral
patterns from the PANDA unit, a new ambulatory Paediatric unit at Hope
hospital. The unit is opening in a staggered fashion: 9am - 9pm Mon- Fri
x 6 months; 9am -12 midnight Mon - Fri x 7 months; then open 24-7, with
children able to stay for up to 24 hours. Data will be assessed
regarding the impact of this new unit, its innovative staffing and
sequential opening hours on referral patterns to other hospitals. More
patient detail will be extracted i.e. types of disease processes
requiring longer stays on the unit and requiring transfer. Comparison
will be made with previous admission rates and data.
               Supervisor                        email




Dr Jenny Myers               jenny.myers@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Emyr Benbow               emyr.benbow@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Daniel Conway             daniel.conway@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Alexander Heazell         alexander.heazell@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Ian Kamaly-Asl            ian.kamaly@nhs.net
Dr Clare Austin              clare.austin@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Christopher Griffiths   christopher.griffiths@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Susan Astley              sue.astley@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ariane Herrick            ariane.herrick@manchester.ac.uk
Prof L Neyses                ludwig.neyses@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Philip Lewis              Philip.Lewis@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Ann Smalldridge           ann.smalldridge@nhs.net
Dr John Butler               John.Butler@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Mahesh Yadav              mahesh.yadav@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr Peter Selby               peter.selby@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Leena Patel               lp@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Robert Varnam             robert.varnam@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Brian Todd                brian.todd@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Fergus Jepson             fergus.jepson@lthtr.nhs.uk


Dr Edward Estlin             edward.estlin@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Alexander Thomson         Alexander.Thomson@srft.nhs.uk


Prof Linda Gask              linda.gask@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Dhia Mahmood             dhia.mahmood@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Caroline Boggis         caroline.boggis@manchester.ac.uk


Dr Mike Dennis               Mike.Dennis@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Richard Jones 1           richard.jones-3@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Prof Andrew Boulton          andrew.j.boulton@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Rayaz Malik             rayaz.a.malik@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Joanne Hart               jo.hart@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Christopher Harrison      chris.j.harrison@manchester.ac.uk




Professor Philip Kalra       philip.kalra@srft.nhs.uk
Prof David Thompson          david.thompson@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Fildes              james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Ashish Sukthankar                Ashish.Sukthankar@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Tom Sanders                   tom.sanders@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Luciano Nardo                 luciano.nardo@manchester.ac.uk
Mr David Johnson                 David.Johnson@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Shuja Punekar                 shuja.punekar@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Delvac Oceandy                delvac.oceandy@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Caroline Boggis             caroline.boggis@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Susan Astley                  sue.astley@manchester.ac.uk
Prof D Sochart                   sochart@hotmail.co.uk
Dr Daniel Hindley                dan.hindley@bolton.nhs.uk
Prof Carolyn Chew-Graham         carolyn.chew-graham@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Frank McKenna                 frank.mckenna@trafford.nhs.uk
Dr Chris Cooper (Co-ordinator)   chris.cooper@stockport.nhs.uk
Prof Charles Mccollum            charles.mccollum@manchester.ac.uk
Dr David Shakespeare             david.shakespeare@lthtr.nhs.uk

Dr. James Palmer                 james.palmer@srft.nhs.uk
Dr E J Byrne                     ejbgob@aol.com
Mr Augustine Tang                Augustine.Tang@bfwhospitals.nhs.uk




Mr Antonino Morabito             antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk


Dr Nicola Anders                 nicola.anders@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr. Ayman Jundi                  ayman.jundi@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Ralph Mackinnon               Ralph.Mackinnon@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Richard Newton                Richard.Newton@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Sanat Shah                    sanat.shah@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Suresh Victor                 suresh.victor@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Santosh Gholkar 1             Santosh.Gholkar@therdp.nhs.uk
Mr. Ayman Jundi                  ayman.jundi@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Steve Jones                   stevejones@nhs.net
Dr David Bourne                  David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk




Dr Mohiuddin Miah                mohiuddin.miah@manchester.ac.uk
Mr M J Stuart                    james.stuart@cmft.nhs.uk
Prof Kevin Mackway-Jones         Kevin.Mackway-Jones@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr. Nick Lees                Nick.Lees@srft.nhs.uk
Professor Bertrand Taithe    bertrand.taithe@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Frederick Wu            frederick.wu@manchester.ac.uk
Fiona Saunders               fiona.saunders@uhsm.nhs.uk
Professor Margaret Brazier   Margaret.R.Brazier@manchester.ac.uk

Dr Richard Newton            Richard.Newton@cmft.nhs.uk
Prof Alexander Molassiotis   alex.molassiotis@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Julian Davis            julian.davis@manchester.ac.uk



Dr Robert Boon               Robert.Boon@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Jeremy Lawrance           jeremy.lawrance@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Bill Ryan                 William.Ryan@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr Simon Ray                 Simon.Ray@uhsm.nhs.uk
Professor Tony Redmond       Tony.Redmond@manchester.ac.uk
Prof David Ray               david.w.ray@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Hilary Lloyd 1            Hilary.lloyd@cmft.nhs.uk
Professor Tony Redmond       Tony.Redmond@manchester.ac.uk



Dr Stephanie Snow            stephanie.snow@manchester.ac.uk
Mr. Len Funk                 lenfunk@shoulderdoc.co.uk
Dr Arun Kallat               Arun.Kallat@rbh.nhs.uk
Mr Brendan Ryan              Brendan.Ryan@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr G Okunoye                 Gbemisola.Okunoye@UHSM.NHS.UK
Dr Winston De Mello          wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Richard Hopkins           richard.hopkins@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Paul Sullivan             p.sullivan@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Dr Leena Patel               lp@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Tahir Majeed             tahir.majeed@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Catherine McBain          cathmcbain@doctors.org.uk
Dr Sara Furness              sara.furness@srft.nhs.uk

Dr Paul Sullivan             p.sullivan@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Prof Ashley Woodcock         ashley.woodcock@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Caroline Boggis         caroline.boggis@manchester.ac.uk



Prof Duncan Mcgrouther       duncan.a.mcgrouther@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ewan Blanch            e.blanch@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Rosemary Illingworth   rosie.illingworth@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Emyr Benbow            emyr.benbow@manchester.ac.uk

Dr William Newman         william.newman@manchester.ac.uk
Prof John Harris          john.harris@manchester.ac.uk


Professor Philip Kalra    philip.kalra@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Muntzer Mughal         Muntzer.Mughal@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Richa Gupta            richa.gupta@lthtr.nhs.uk


Dr Darren Walter          darren.walter@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Umesh Chauhan          umesh.chauhan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Nusrat Husain          nusrat.husain@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Gerard Byrne           ged.byrne@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Deborah Symmons      deborah.symmons@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ed Wilkins             ed.wilkins@pat.nhs.uk




Dr Georg Brabant          georg.brabant@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Elizabeth Cartwright   elizabeth.j.cartwright@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Jeremy Holland         jeremy.holland@srft.nhs.uk
Prof Caroline Boggis      caroline.boggis@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Timothy Illidge      tmi@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Adrian Sutton 1        adrian.sutton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ed Wilkins                ed.wilkins@pat.nhs.uk
Dr Fiona Lecky               fiona.lecky@manchester.ac.uk

Mr Peter Hughes              peter.hughes@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Helena Gleeson 1          Helena.Gleeson@cmft.nhs.uk




Prof Helen Lester            helen.lester@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Louise Forman             louise.forman@stcatherines.co.uk
Mr. Len Funk                 lenfunk@shoulderdoc.co.uk
Dr Ken McGrattan             Kenneth.McGrattan@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Daniel Redfern            daniel.redfern@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Gerard Byrne              ged.byrne@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Ann Canfield            ann.canfield@manchester.ac.uk



Professor Bertrand Taithe    bertrand.taithe@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Philip Lewis              Philip.Lewis@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr. Anna Sibley              anna.sibley@elht.nhs.uk
Dr Thomas Owen               Thomas.Owen@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Ahmed Sadiq               a.sadiq@manchester.ac.uk


Professor Margaret Brazier   Margaret.R.Brazier@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Louise Theodosiou         ltheodosiou@doctors.org.uk
Dr Tom Sanders               tom.sanders@manchester.ac.uk


Catherine Rhodes             Catherine.Rhodes-2@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Patrick Macdowall        patrick.Macdowall@lthtr.nhs.uk

Dr Anne Armstrong            Anne.Armstrong@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Xin Wang                  xin.wang@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Kerstin Hogg              kerstin.hogg@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Mourad Seif               mseif@manchester.ac.uk


Dr Darren Walter             darren.walter@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John Grainger                         john.grainger@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Nigel Bundred                       nigel.bundred@manchester.ac.uk
Mr. John de-Carpentier                   john.decarpentier@lthtr.nhs.uk
Professor Lesley Rhodes (Co-ordinator)   Lesley.E.Rhodes@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Philip Lewis                          Philip.Lewis@stockport.nhs.uk



Dr Jill Clayton-Smith                    jill.clayton-smith@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Peter Warn                            peter.warn@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Daniel Conway                         daniel.conway@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Isobel Braidman                       isobel.braidman@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Antonia Kirkby                        Antonia.Kirkby@srft.nhs.uk
Miss Toli Onon                           Toli.Onon@uhsm.nhs.uk
Prof Adnan Custovic                      adnan.custovic@manchester.ac.uk


Prof Peter Clayton                       peter.clayton@manchester.ac.uk




Dr James Fildes                          james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Gary Ross 1                           gary.ross@christie.nhs.uk
Prof Peter Whorwell                      peter.whorwell@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Robert Varnam                         robert.varnam@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Fildes                          james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Peter Whorwell                      peter.whorwell@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ariane Herrick                        ariane.herrick@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John sweeney                          john.sweeney@chorley-pct.nhs.uk
Miss Amanda Jones 1                      amanda.jones@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Isobel Braidman                       isobel.braidman@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Monty Silverdale 1                    monty.silverdale@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Shuja Punekar                         shuja.punekar@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Angelica Wieck         angelika.wieck@mhsc.nhs.uk
Prof David Henson         david.henson@manchester.ac.uk
Mr M T Khan               tahir.khan@cmft.nhs.uk



Dr Iain Lawrie 1          iain.lawrie@pat.nhs.uk
Dr. Tim Dawson            Timothy.Dawson@lthtr.nhs.uk




Dr William Newman         william.newman@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Simon Cocksedge        simon.cocksedge@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Mo Baguneid            M.baguneid@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Peter Bunting          peter.bunting@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Catharine West       catharine.west@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Gerard Byrne           ged.byrne@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Kimme Hyrich           kimme.hyrich@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Luciano Nardo          luciano.nardo@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Christine Bundy        christine.bundy@manchester.ac.uk
Ashish Sukthankar         Ashish.Sukthankar@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Mary Tully             mary.p.tully@manchester.ac.uk

Dr. Anu Trehan            anu.trehan@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Elizabeth Cartwright   elizabeth.j.cartwright@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Fildes           james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Luciano Nardo          luciano.nardo@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ian Burney             ian.a.burney@manchester.ac.uk



Dr Julian Wright 1        Julian.Wright@cmft.nhs.uk


Dr. Peter Haddad          peter.haddad@bstmht.nhs.uk
Dr Madhavi Paladugu 1     madhavi@lthtr.nhs.uk

Dr Louise Atkin           Louise.Atkin@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr H M Doran           Helen.Doran@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Ruth O'Connor       ruth.o'connor@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Simon Campbell      simon.campbell@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Ruari Greer         Ruari.Greer@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr M A Harris          Margaret.Harris@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Clare Tower         clare.tower@manchester.ac.uk

Dr. Ravi Agarwal       ravi.agarwal@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Arun Bhaskar        Arun.Bhaskar@christie.nhs.uk
Miss Fiona Clarke      fiona.clarke@elht.nhs.uk
Dr Tim Alnuamaani      tim.Alnuamaani@penninecare.nhs.uk



Dr. Ronan O'Driscoll   ronan.o'driscoll@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Susan Davidson 1    Susan.Davidson@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Simon Campbell      simon.campbell@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr. Robert Young       bob.young@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Lesley Houghton 1   lesley.houghton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Waquas Waheed       waquas.waheed@lancashirecare.nhs.uk
Dr. Latha Hackett      Latha.hackett@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr Joanna Gillham      Joanna.Gilham@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Thomas Owen         Thomas.Owen@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Arun Bhaskar        Arun.Bhaskar@christie.nhs.uk




Dr Helen Ribbans       Helen.Ribbans@elht.nhs.uk
Dr Elaine Young 1      elaine.young@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Andrew Watson       andy.watson@tgh.nhs.uk
Mr Sanjoy Bhattacharyya          Sanjoy.Bhattacharyya@elht.nhs.uk
Dr Rosie Telford                 Rosie.Telford@therdp.nhs.uk
Dr Laurie Solomon                laurie.solomon@lthtr.nhs.uk


Dr Mourad Seif                   mseif@manchester.ac.uk




Mr Ajith Siriwardena             Ajith.Siriwardena@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Simon Howell                  Simon.Howell@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Chris Cooper (Co-ordinator)   chris.cooper@stockport.nhs.uk
Prof Gareth Evans 1              gareth.evans@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Theodosiou             ltheodosiou@doctors.org.uk




Dr Alistair Thomson              Alistair.Thomson@mcht.nhs.uk

Dr Akbar Vohra                   akbar.vohra@manchester.ac.uk
Miss Janet Walls                 janet.walls@pat.nhs.uk
Dr. Teresa Kelly                 teresa.kelly@srft.nhs.uk
Mrs Jane Ooi                 Jane.Ooi@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr N McNeil                  neil.mcneil@nhs.net
Dr Madhavi Paladugu 1        madhavi@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Theodosiou         ltheodosiou@doctors.org.uk
Dr Rash Nawaz                Rashad.Nawaz@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Cumming            louise.cumming@lancashirecare.nhs.uk
Dr Rob Niven                 Robert.Niven@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Peter Bull                peter.bull@gp-p83020.nhs.uk
Dr Phillip Shields           philip.shields@lthtr.nhs.uk
N Hughes
Dr. David Polson             david.polson@srft.nhs.uk

Dr David Rog                 david.rog@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Milind Dalal              milind.dalal@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr. Raymond Radford          raymond.radford@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Winston Kim 1             Winston.Kim@srft.nhs.uk
Dr John Howells              John.Howells@lthtr.nhs.uk


Dr Jim Wolfe                 jim.wolfe@srft.nhs.uk




Dr. Raghupathy Paranthaman   raghupathy.paranthaman@rbh.nhs.uk
Mr Andy Camilleri            lucille.mcdonald@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Gary Saynor               Gary.Saynor@rbh.nhs.uk




Dr Hans-Ulrich Laasch        hul@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Fiona Lecky               fiona.lecky@manchester.ac.uk




dan.hindley@bolton.nhs.uk
Dr Julian Wright 1      Julian.Wright@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Sanjeev Prashar      Sanjeev.Prashar@lthtr.nhs.uk



Dr Stewart Lund         stewart.lund@nhs.net




Mr Antonino Morabito    antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Eamonn McKiernan     eamonn.mckiernan@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Muntzer Mughal       Muntzer.Mughal@lthtr.nhs.uk




Dr Richard Jones 2      richard.jones@mhsc.nhs.uk
Dr Mark Holland         mark.holland@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Diana DeBruyne       diana.debruyne@centrallancashire.nhs.uk

Dr Jackie Hanson        jackie.hanson@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Caroline Shiach 1    caroline.shiach@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Michael Dobson       mike.dobson@lthtr.nhs.uk
Farzin Fath-Ordoubadi   Farzin.Fath-Ordoubadi@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Leonard Funk         leonard.funk@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Rebecca Farrington   farringtondr@hotmail.co.uk
Dr Jackie Hanson        jackie.hanson@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr David Bourne         David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk

Dr. Latha Hackett       Latha.hackett@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Martyn Lovell        martin.lovell@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Tom Blanchard        tom.blanchard@pat.nhs.uk




Dr Phil Bullen          philip.bullen@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr. Chris Earlam        chris.earlam@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Phil Bullen          philip.bullen@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Chris Lloyd         lloydic@yahoo.co.uk

Mr Stephen Payne 1     Stephen.Payne@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr Rachel Gorodkin     rachel.gorodkin@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Susan Davidson 1    Susan.Davidson@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Aash Vyas           aashish.vyas@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Theodosiou   ltheodosiou@doctors.org.uk




Dr Martin Rutter       martin.rutter@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Holly        louise.holly@penninecare.nhs.uk
Michael Picton         Michael.Picton@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Leroy Edozien       leroy.edozien-2@manchester.ac.uk
Dr David Bourne        David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mrs Jane Curley        jane.curley@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Andy Camilleri      lucille.mcdonald@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr. Henry Maxwell      henry.maxwell@srft.nhs.uk
Dr David Bourne        David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk




Dr Simon Power         simon.power@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr F J Vilar           Javier.Vilar@pat.nhs.uk
Prof Ian Bruce         ian.bruce@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John Mclaughlin     john.mclaughlin@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1       asahmed@doctors.org.uk
Miss Janet Walls       janet.walls@pat.nhs.uk
Mr. Ayman Jundi        ayman.jundi@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Rob Niven           Robert.Niven@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr Steve Canty         steve.canty@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr. Bruce Martin       bruce.martin@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Richard Gater       richard.gater@lancashirecare.nhs.uk
Dr Marko Petrovic          marko.petrovic@hpa.org.uk
Mr Gerard Laitung          gerard.laitung@lthtr.nhs.uk




Mr. Peter Richardson       peter.richardson@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Rowland Bright-Thomas   rowland.bright-thomas@manchester.ac.uk
Mr. John Thorne            john.thorne@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Arun Bhaskar            Arun.Bhaskar@christie.nhs.uk




Dr Roger Palfreeman        rogerpalfreeman@britishcycling.org.uk
Dr Mark Woodhead           mark.woodhead@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Martin Smith           martin.smith@srft.nhs.uk




Dr Swaminathan Kannan      swaminathan.kannan@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr John Walter 1           john.walter@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Catherine Reed          katie.reed@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Mary Wilson             Mary.Wilson@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Catherine Hall          catherine.hall@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Saravana Subbiaen       drsubbiaen@gmail.com
Dr Helen Lewis 1           lewis.helen@trafford.nhs.uk
Mr Pramod Luthra 1         pramod.luthra@pat.nhs.uk
Prof Timothy David         t.david@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Alison Jobling          Alison.Jobling@Stockport.nhs.uk
Mr Milind Dalal            milind.dalal@lthtr.nhs.uk
Miss Helen Doran           Helen.Doran@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Stuart Wilson           stuartwwilson@hotmail.com
Dr Peter Talbot            peter.talbot@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Tim Johnson         tim.johnson@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Phil Chia            Phil.Chia@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr Robert Yates         robert.yates@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Winston De Mello     wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Paul Settle          paul.settle@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Martyn Lovell        martin.lovell@uhsm.nhs.uk



Sarah Vause             Sarah.Vause@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr J Eddleston          jane.eddleston@cmft.nhs.uk


Dr Ruth Marshall        ruth.marshall@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr Heinke Otto          heinkeotto@hotmail.com




Prof Gareth Evans 1     gareth.evans@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Colin Lumsden        colin.lumsden@manchester.ac.uk
Mr George Mclauchlan    george.mclauchlan@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr David Ellis 1        david.ellis@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Shabbir Susnerwala   shabbir.susnerwala@lthtr.nhs.uk




Mr Antonino Morabito    antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Dare Seriki          dare.seriki@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Jonathan Shaffer     jonathan.l.shaffer@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Winston De Mello     wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Peter Selby          peter.selby@manchester.ac.uk
Miss Cecelia Fenerty    cecilia.fenerty@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Lesley Watson 1       lesley.watson@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Waquas Waheed         waquas.waheed@lancashirecare.nhs.uk
Dr Lisa Kauffmann        lisa.kauffmann@manchester.nhs.uk




Mr Richard Napier-Hemy   Richard.Napier-Hemy@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Vijay Nathoo          vijay.nathoo@talk21.com
Dr John Moore            john.moore@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Winston De Mello      wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk

                         Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1
Dr Sue Huson             susan.huson@cmft.nhs.uk
Miss Zahida Saad         zahida.saad@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Anne Trumper          anne.trumper@cmft.nhs.uk

Dr Ben Taylor            Ben.Taylor@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Ilan Lieberman        Ilan.Lieberman@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Dougal Atkinson       dougal.atkinson@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr Ashutosh Kaushal      Ashutosh.kaushal@lancashirecare.nhs.uk



Mr. Andrew King          andrew.king@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Laurie Solomon        laurie.solomon@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Paul Bannister        Paul.Bannister@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Nick Slevin           Nick.Slevin@christie.nhs.uk
Mr Peter Davenport               pjd1944@aol.com
Mr George Mclauchlan             george.mclauchlan@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Shakeel Akhtar                shakeel.akhtar@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Fiona Crosfill                fiona.crosfill@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Sean Hughes                   sean.hughes@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Ian Anderson                ian.anderson@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. David Polson                 david.polson@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1                 asahmed@doctors.org.uk
Dr Lap Yeung                     lap.yeung@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr Gary Ross 1                   gary.ross@christie.nhs.uk




Mr Rakesh Dalal (Co-ordinator)   rakesh.dalal@stockport.nhs.uk
Mr Jonathan Borrill              Jonathan.Borrill@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Douglas Greig                 Doug.Greig@uhsm.nhs.uk




Dr Colin Bernstein               Colin.bernstein@srft.nhs.uk
phone                                 address




2765472                              Maternal & Fetal Health Research Centre, St Marys's Hospital, Hathersage Rd, Manches
0161 276 8802 (fax: 0161 276 6348)   Room HP 05, Ground Floor, Clinical Sciences Building 1, Manchester Royal Infirmary, O
64551                                Consultant in Anaesthesia & Critical Care, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Ma
0161 276 5459                        Maternal & Fetal Health Research Group, St Mary's Hospital , Whitworth Park, Manches
0161 206 0616                        Greater Manchester Neurosciences Centre, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford, Manches
0161 275 1214                        Cardiovasular, Cardiovascular Research Group, Core Technology Facility, 46 Grafton St
0161 206 4392                        Dermatology, Salford Royal, ,
0161 275 5162                        Stopford Building, Breast Care Centre, University of Manchester,
206 5158                             Hope Hospital, Rheumatology department, Clinical Sciences Building,
                                     Cardiology, MRI, ,
0161-419 5478                        Cardiology - Cedar House, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
07979 853 686                        Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, General Practice, 94 Littleton Road, Lower Kersal
276 4288                             Manchester Royal Infirmary, Emergency Department, Oxford Road, Manchester
01204 390199                         Paediatric Neonatology, Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth
                                     ,,,
7011632                              Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, , , Manchester
0161 225 6699                        Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer Street, ,
0161-419 4173                        Department of Orthopaedics, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
                                     ,,,


0161 922 2950                        Dept of Paediatric Onocology, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Manchester ,
0161 206 4043                        Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Elderly Care, Stott Lane, Salford


0161 275 1848                        Dept Psychiatry/ Primary Care, Rusholme Academic Unit, Walmer St, Manchester
3551                                 Consultant and Clinical Director , , ,
0161-291 4460                        The Nightingale Centre & Genesis Prevention Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoo


0161-446 8227 (or 0161 446 3271)     Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manches
                                     ,,,
0161 276 4452/ 4406                  Dept of Diabetes, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
275 1196                             Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Core Technology Facility, 46 Grafton Street, , , Man
0161 275 1845                        Manchester Medical School, The University of Manchester, Stopford Building, room G72
0161 275 1859                        Rusholme Academic Unit, Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer St, Manchester




0161 206 5160                        Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Renal Medicine, Stott Lane, Salford
206 4363                             Section of GI Sciences, Hope Hospital, ,
0161 291 5023                        The Transplant Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
                                   ,,,
0161 275 1864                      Rusholme Academic Unit, Room 15, Rusholme, Walmer Street, Manchester
0161 276 6534                      Department of Reproductive Medicine, IVF Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, O
0161.419.4037                      Department of Orthopaedics, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
01772 524301                       Royal Preston Hospital, Medicine for the Elderly, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
0161 2751772 (fax: 0161 2755669)   1.302 Stopford Building, 1.302 Stopford Building, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161-291 4460                      The Nightingale Centre & Genesis Prevention Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoo
0161 275 5162                      Stopford Building, Breast Care Centre, University of Manchester,
                                   Dept of Orthopaedics, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Mancheste
01204 463 511                      Community Paediatrics, NHS Bolton, Halliwell Children's Centre, 1 Aylesford Walk, Bolto
0161 275 1868                      Community Based Medicine, 7th floor Williamson Building, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161 746 2395                      Trafford General Hospital , Department of Rheumatology, Moorside Road, Davyhulme
0161-419 2090                      Department of Paediatrics - The Treehouse Children, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grov
0161 291 5853                      Department of Surgery - 2nd Floor ERC, Wythenshawe hospital, Southmoor Road, Manc
4473                               Consultant in Neuro Rehab Medicine , Neuro Rehab Unit , RPH,

07887780 629 or 2065107            Salford Royal, Stott Lane, Salford,
0161-291 6956                      Department of Old Age Psychiatry - Laureate House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoo
01253 657785                       Lancashire Cardiac Centre, Victoria Hospital, Whinney Heys Road, Blackpool,




7012194                            Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Department of Paediatric Surgery, Oxford Rd, Ma


0161 276 6540                      Neonatal Surgical Unit, St. Mary's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
01772 522050                       Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
1612766856                         Neonatal Surgical Unit, St. Mary's Hospital, Manchester,
0161 701 2185                      Paediatric Neurology, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161 276 5068                      Orthopaedics, MRI, Oxford Road,
                                   ,,,
                                   ,,,
01772 522050                       Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
0161 276 8539                      Accident & Emergency, MRI, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161 291 6367/6375                 Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester




0161 225 6699                      Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer Street, Rusholme, , Manchester
276 8539                           Manchester Royal Infirmary, Emergency Department, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161 276 6781                      Accident & Emergency, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9W
0161 206 2227                Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Gastroenterology, Stott Lane, Salfo
0161 275 3102                School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, Faculty of Humanities,, University of Manchester,
0161 276 6330                Endocrinology, MRI, ,
291 6046                     Wythenshawe Hospital , Emergency Department, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
0161 275 5785/3593           School of Law, University of Manchester, 4.16 Williamson Building, Oxford Road, Manch

0161 701 2185                Paediatric Neurology, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
275 5113                     Academic Nursing Research Unit, Christie Hospital, Wilmslow Road, Withington
0161 275 5181 / 275 5180     AV Hill Building, Endocrine Sciences Research Group, Oxford Road, Manchester



0161 206 1376                Paediatric Consultant, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD,
0171 446 3324                Radiology, Christie Hospital, Manchester,
01204 390591                 Royal Bolton Hospital, Department of Orthopaedics, Minerva Road, Farnworth
0161-291 2402                Department of Cardiology, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
0161 206 1384                University Teaching Building (Manchester Medical School), Hope Hospital, Stott Lane , S
0161 275 5655                Endocrinology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,




01617944696 extension 2131   Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry , Royal Manchester Children's Hospital,
0161 206 1384                University Teaching Building (Manchester Medical School), Hope Hospital, Stott Lane , S



01691 690333                 2nd floor Simon Building CHSTM, CHSTM, 2nd floor, Simon Building, Brunswick Street
01257 256415                 Upper Limb Unit, Wrightington Hospital, Hall Lane, Appley Bridge, Wigan
01204 390975                 Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth, Bolton
0161-291 5422                Executive Medical Director - Trust Headquarters, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Ro
1612914967                   Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology , Wythenshawe Hospital - UHSM Trust, Southm
0161-291 2725                Dept of Anaesthesia - Pain Clinic, 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Sou
0161-291 6955                Department of Psychiatry - Laureate House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, M
206 2020                     Hope Hospital, Emergency Assessment Unit, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD,
7011632                      Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, , , Manchester
01772 524264                 Royal Preston Hospital, Department of Neurology, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Presto
918 7008                     Dept of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Withington
0161 206 0349                Salford Royal NHS FoundationTrust, Stott Lane, Salford, Salford

206 2020                     Hope Hospital, Emergency Assessment Unit, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD,
0161-291 6047                NWLC, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
0161-291 4460                The Nightingale Centre & Genesis Prevention Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoo



0161 275 1591                Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, University of Manchester, Stopford Building, Oxford R
0161 306 5819 (fax: 0161 236 0409)   Manchester Interdisciplinary BiocentreRoom 2.022, Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocent
0161 275 1860                        Rusholme Academic Unit, 1st Floor, Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer Street, Manchest
0161 276 8802 (fax: 0161 276 6348)   Room HP 05, Ground Floor, Clinical Sciences Building 1, Manchester Royal Infirmary, O

0161 276 6264 (or 276 6002)          Medical Genetics, St Mary's Hospital, Whitworth Park, Manchester
0161 275 3414                        Institute of Medicine Law and Bioethics, University of Manchester, 2.10 Williamson Build


0161 206 5160                        Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Renal Medicine, Stott Lane, Salford
0161 276 6501                        Surgery Department, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
01772 524423                         Neonatal Unit, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Preston


T. 0161- 291 6047 M. 07811 404197    Consultant in Emergency Medicine & Assistant Medical Director (Service Delivery), Wyth




1612757643                           5th Floor Williamson Building, Oxford Road, Manchester,
1772773502                           University Place (formerly SCAN Building), Oxford Road, ,
07900 983 208                        Medical Education, Wythenshawe Hospital , Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, M
1612755044                           Division of Epidemiology and Health Sciences, Stopford Building, Oxford Road, Manche
0161 720 2733                        Consultant Physician, North Manchester General Hospital, Delauneys Road, Crumpsall




446 3667 (Fax 446 3772)              Department of Endocrinology, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Manchester
275 1629 (fax: 275 5669)             Room 1.302 Stopford Building, Oxford Rd, Manchester,
0161 206 2357     0161 206 2306      Department of Neurosurgery, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford
0161-291 4460                        The Nightingale Centre & Genesis Prevention Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoo
                                     Targeted Therapy, Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, The University of Mancheste




0161 248 9494                        Dept of Child & Family Psychiatry, The Winnicott Centre, 195 Hathersage Road, Manche
0161 720 2733                       Consultant Physician, North Manchester General Hospital, Delauneys Road, Crumpsall
0161 206 4397                       Emergency Department, Trauma Audit and Research Network, Hope Hospital,

01772 522503                        Royal Preston Hospital, Department of Orthopaedics, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Pre
0161 9222585                        Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Hospital Road,, Pendlebury,, Swinton,




                                    ,,,
1772523225                          Consultant in Pallative Medicine , Palliative Care Dept, Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
01257 256415                        Upper Limb Unit, Wrightington Hospital, Hall Lane, Appley Bridge, Wigan
2555                                Anaesthetics Intensive Care, Anaesthetics Directorate Offices and Personnel , RPH,
01772 522328                        Consultant, Orthopaedics, RPH,
07900 983 208                       Medical Education, Wythenshawe Hospital , Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, M
275 5066                            Michael Smith Building, Oxford Road, , Manchester



0161 275 3102                       School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, Faculty of Humanities,, University of Manchester,
0161-419 5478                       Cardiology - Cedar House, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
01254 293532/ 293638                Royal Blackburn Hospital , Paediatrics, ,
01772 522555                        Consultant in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
0161 276 8957                       Ophthalmology, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester


0161 275 5785/3593                  School of Law, University of Manchester, 4.16 Williamson Building, Oxford Road, Manch




0161 226 7457                       The Millennium Power House, 140 Raby Street, Moss Side, Manchester
0161 275 1864                       Rusholme Academic Unit, Room 15, Rusholme, Walmer Street, Manchester


                                    ,,,
                                    ,,,

0161-446 8227                       Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manches
0161-2755616 (fax: 0161-2755600)    Room 2.09, CTF building, Faculty of Life Sciences, The University of Manchester, 46 Gr




                                    ,,,
                                    Obstetrics & Gyynecology Dept, St Mary's Hospital, Whitworth Park, Manchester


T. 0161- 291 6047 M. 07811 404197   Consultant in Emergency Medicine & Assistant Medical Director (Service Delivery), Wyth
0161 701 8418                        Paediatric Haematologist, ward 84, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, oxford road, m
0161-291 5859/                       Dept of Surgery - 2nd Floor ERC , Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road , Mancheste
01772 522074                         ,,,
0161-206 1150                        Dermatology Centre - Clinical Sciences Building, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford
0161-419 5478                        Cardiology - Cedar House, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport



0161 276 6269                        Dept of Clinical Genetics, St. Mary's Hospital, Manchester,
0161 275 5757 (fax: 0161 275 5656)   1.800 Stopford Building, Oxford Road, Manchester,
64551                                Consultant in Anaesthesia & Critical Care, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Ma
0161-275 5179                        Phase 1 Portfolio Lead - Medical School, University of Manchester Medical School, Oxfo
1612065588                           Dept of Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Sciences Building, Stott Lane, Salford
0161-291 2345                        Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Wythenshawe Hospital, SouthMoor Road, Mancheste
0161-291 5869                        2nd Floor - ERC (Allergy), Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Rd, Manchester


0161 701 1632                        Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, 5th floor Research - Endocrinology, Oxford Road,




0161 291 5023                        The Transplant Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
                                     Department of surgery, Christie Hospital, Wilmslow Rd, Withington, Manchester
0161-291 2364/ 291 5813              Medical Academic Area - 1st Floor ERC, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Man
0161 225 6699                        Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer Street, ,
0161 291 5023                        The Transplant Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
0161-291 2364/ 291 5813              Medical Academic Area - 1st Floor ERC, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Man
206 5158                             Hope Hospital, Rheumatology department, Clinical Sciences Building,

0161 720 2115                        Obstetrics & Gynaecology, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Manch
0161-275 5179                        Phase 1 Portfolio Lead - Medical School, University of Manchester Medical School, Oxfo




                                     Neurology , Hope Hospital , , Salford
01772 524301                         Royal Preston Hospital, Medicine for the Elderly, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
0161-291 6930                 Department of Psychiatry - Laureate House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, M

918 5642                      Booth Hall Children's Hospital, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Charlestown Road,



0161 720 2972                 North Manchester General Hospital , Delaunay's Road, Crumpsall, Manchester
2147                          Consultant Neuropathologist , Cellular Pathology Department, RPH,




0161 276 6264 (or 276 6002)   Medical Genetics, St Mary's Hospital, Whitworth Park, Manchester
                              Thornbrook Surgery, Thornbrook Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak
0161 291 6642                 Vascular Surgery, Wythenshawe Hospital , Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, ma
1772522555                    Consultant Anaesthetist , Anaesthetics Directorate Offices and Personnel , RPH,
446 8275 (fax: 446 8111)      Academic Radiation Oncology, Christie Hospital, Wilmslow Road, Withington
07900 983 208                 Medical Education, Wythenshawe Hospital , Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, M
0161 275 1642                 Epidemiology Dept, University of Manchester, Stopford Building, Oxford Road
0161 276 6534                 Department of Reproductive Medicine, IVF Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, O
275 5231                      2.523 Stopford Building , University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester
                              ,,,
0161 275 4242                 Stopford Building, School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, ,

0161 206 5039                 Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Emergency Medical Assessment Unit, Stott Lane,
275 1629 (fax: 275 5669)      Room 1.302 Stopford Building, Oxford Rd, Manchester,
0161 291 5023                 The Transplant Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
0161 276 6534                 Department of Reproductive Medicine, IVF Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, O
0161 275 5871                 CHSTM 2.24 Simon Building, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester



0161 276 4540                 Consultant Nephrologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester


 787 6000                     Bolton, Salford & Trafford Mental Health NHS Trust, Cromwell House, ,
01772 435 962                 Broadoaks Clinic, Balcarres Road, Leyland, Preston

0161 902 3400                 Child and Adolescent Psychology, Carol Kendrick Unit, First Floor, Home 4, Withington H
0161-291 2123                       Department of Histopathology, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
01772 523193                        Royal Preston Hospital, Department of Child Health, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Pres
                                    Gastroenterology, MRI, ,
0161 276 4551                       Department of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road,
446 3302                            Christie Hospital , Clinical Oncology, Wilmslow Road, Withington
7016963                             St Mary's Hospital, Maternal & Fetal Health Research Centre, 5th Floor, Whitworth Park,

                                    Neonatal Medicine, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD,
0161 446 8493/8560                  Critical Care Directorate, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Withington
01282 474489                        Burnley General Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 88 Caterton Aven
0161 604 3792                       Low Secure Unit, Tameside General Hospital, Fountain Street, Ashton-under-Lyne



0161 206 5154                       Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Stott Lane, S
0161-446 3330                       Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manches
                                    Gastroenterology, MRI, ,
0161 206 5157                       Department of Diabetes & Endocrinology, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford

01772 773 500                       Lantern Centre, Vicrage lane, , , Preston
0161 348 9494 (fax 0161 225 9338)   Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, CAMHS, Winnicott Centere, 195-197 Hathersage Road,




078 11203444                        Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Greater Manchester, Manchester
01772 522555                        Consultant in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
0161 446 8493/8560                  Critical Care Directorate, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Withington




01282 804215                        Burnley General Hospital, , Casterton Avenue,, Burnley,
01772 522699                        Consultant Oncologist , Radiotherapy Department, Oncology Services , RPH
0161 331 6158                       Dept O + G, Tameside General Hospital, ,
01254 734260 (Secretary Gillian Frost)   Royal Blackburn Hospital, Accident & Emergency, Haslingden Road, , Blackburn.
0161 225 6699                            Robert Darbishire Practice(2), Rusholme Health Centre,, Walmer St, Manchester
01772 - 522750                           Renal General internal Medicine, Renal Unit, Royal Preston Hospital, Preston


                                         Obstetrics & Gyynecology Dept, St Mary's Hospital, Whitworth Park, Manchester




                                         ,,,
2811                                     Consultant in Diabetes, RPH, ,
0161-419 2090                            Department of Paediatrics - The Treehouse Children, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grov
0161 276 6206                            Genetics, St Marys, ,
0161 226 7457                            The Millennium Power House, 140 Raby Street, Moss Side, Manchester




                                         Middlewich Road, Crewe, Cheshire,

0161 276 4551/2 (Fax 276 8027)           Anaesthesia, MRI, ,
720 2849                                 Department of Breast Surgery, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Cr
                                         ,,,
01204 390154               Royal Bolton Hospital, Breast Unit, Minerva Road, Farnworth
0161 338 3181              St. Andrew's House, Waterloo Road, Stalybridge, SK15 2AU
01772 435 962              Broadoaks Clinic, Balcarres Road, Leyland, Preston
0161 226 7457              The Millennium Power House, 140 Raby Street, Moss Side, Manchester
                           Paediatrics, Wythenshawe, ,
01772 773403               West Strand House, Block C West Strand, Ashton on Ribble, Preston
0161-291 2834              Chest Clinic - NWLC, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
0161 447 8282              Minden Family Practices, Moorgate Primary Care Centre, Derby Way, Bury
01772 522332               ,,,

0161 206 5620              Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Stott La

206 2419                   Hope Hospital, Department of Neurology, Stott Lane, Salford
2847                       Consultant Plastic Surgeon , Plastic Surgery , RPH,
01772 522179               Royal Preston Hospital, Ophthalmology, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
0161 206 1634              Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Orthopaedics, Stott Lane, Salford
2481                       Consultant Radiologist, X Ray Department, RPH,


0161 206 5311              Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Womens & Childrens Services, Stott Lane , Salfor




01204 390019               Rivington Unit, Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Bolton
217 3734 / 07899 807 274   ENT Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
01204 390352               Royal Bolton Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, Minerva Road, Farnworth




0161-446-3896              The Christie NHS FT, Dept. of Radiology, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
0161 206 4397              Emergency Department, Trauma Audit and Research Network, Hope Hospital,




01204 463 511              Community Paediatrics, NHS Bolton, Halliwell Children's Centre, 1 Aylesford Walk, Bolto

                           Department of Elderly Medicine, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshaw
0161 276 4540                       Consultant Nephrologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
                                    Royal Preston Hospital, OBS & Gynae, ,



0161 456 9905                       Dialhouse Medical Centre, 131 Mile End Lane,, , Stockport




7012194                             Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Department of Paediatric Surgery, Oxford Rd, Ma
01772 522555                        Anaesthetics Directorate Offices and Personnel , Preston, ,
0161 276 6501                       Surgery Department, Royal Preston Hospital, ,




0161 276 5355                       Rawnsley Building, Psychiatry Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, M
0161 291 6094 (Fax 291 6095)        Medical Assessment Unit, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
1772777344                          Ellen House, 1-3 Ellen Court, , Preston

01772 716955                        Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
                                    ,,,
1772524360                          Radiology Department, Royal Preston Hospital, , Preston
                                    ,,,
0161 227 0027                       Upper Limb Unit, Wrightington Hospital, Appley Bridge, Wigan
0161 212 5830                       The Horizon Centre, The Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, 94 Littleton Road, Salford
01772 716955                        Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
0161 291 6367/6375                  Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester

0161 348 9494 (fax 0161 225 9338)   Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, CAMHS, Winnicott Centere, 195-197 Hathersage Road,
0161 291 6150                       Orthopaedics, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
0161 720 2453                       Consultant in Infectious Diseases, North Manchester General Hospital, Delauneys Road




0161 276 6436                       St Marys Hospital, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department, ,
0161 206 5107                       Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Anaesthetics, Stott Lane, Salford
0161 276 6436                       St Marys Hospital, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department, ,
0161-276 5582                       Ophthalmology Department, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester

276 8529                            Manchester Royal Infirmary, Department of Urological Surgery, Oxford Road, Mancheste




0161 276 4628                       The Kellgren Centre for Rheumatology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manc
0161-446 3330                       Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manches
01772 523474                        Consultant , Medical Department, RPH,
0161 226 7457                       The Millennium Power House, 140 Raby Street, Moss Side, Manchester




                                    Diabetes, MRI, ,
0161 303 4902                       Springleigh Clinic, Waterloo Road, , Stalybridge
0161 276 6748                       Department of Renal Medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
                                    ,,,
0161 291 6367/6375                  Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester
01772 716565 or 01772 522562        ENT, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
217 3734 / 07899 807 274            ENT Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
0161 206 1196                       Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Orthopaedics, Stott Lane , Salford
0161 291 6367/6375                  Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester




01204 390658                        Dept of Child Health Royal Bolton Hospital , , ,
0161-720 2115 / 2734                Department of Infectious Diseases & Tropical Medic, North Manchester General Hospita
0161 276 4626                       The Kellgren Centre for Rheumatology, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Fo
275 1819/206 4362 (fax: 206 1495)   1.523 Stopford and CSB, Hope Hospital, GI Sciences, Clinical Services Building, Hope H
0161 291 2560                       Lead Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, University Hospital of South Manchester, T
720 2849                            Department of Breast Surgery, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Cr
01772 522050                        Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
0161-291 2834                       Chest Clinic - NWLC, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
01772 522309                        Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Orthopaedics, RPH,
0161 206 2474                       Emergency Medicine, Salford Royal Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford
01772 822195                        Psychiatry, , West Strand House, Block C, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston, PR1 8 UY
0161 786 6710                       Greater Manchester Health Protection Unit, Floor 7B Sentinel House, Albert Street, Eccle
01772 522547                        Plastic Surgery Dept, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Preston




0161 206 2368                       Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Neurosurgery, Stott Lane, Salford
0161 291 2154                       The Manchester Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road,
206 2349                            Hope Hospital, Dept of Neurosurgery, ,
0161 446 8493/8560                  Critical Care Directorate, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Withington




0161 274 2099                       Manchester Velodrome Ltd, National Cycling Centre, Stuart Street , Manchester
                                    ,,,
206 5372                            Emergency Dept, Hope Hospital, ,




1612765797                          General Paediatrics, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, , Manchester
0161 922 2137                       , Willinck Biochemcial Genetics Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Manchester
0161 3060523 (fax: 0161 256 1070)   7th Floor, Williamson Building, Oxford Road, , Manchester
                                    ,,,
0161 701 1628                       Ward 86, Royal manchester Childrens Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161 902 3400                       Carol Kendrick Unit, Stratus House, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
                                    ,,,
                                    Dept of Surgery, Royal Oldham Hospital, Rochdale Road, Oldham
0161-701-5093                       Respiratory Department, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchest




0161-419 2093                       Tree House Children's Unit - Paediatric Dept, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stock
2847                                Consultant Plastic Surgeon , Plastic Surgery , RPH,
                                    Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, , Salford
0161-291 6382                       Burns & Plastics Unit - Acute Block, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manches
07738 620996                        Cleveland House Community Mental Health Team, 224 Eccles Old Road, , Salford
0161 206 1963             Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Pain Centre, Stott Lane, Salford
01204 390954              Department of O&G, Royal bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth
16170118049               Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Hathersage Road,
0161-291 2725             Dept of Anaesthesia - Pain Clinic, 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Sou
0161 206 5275             Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Stott Lane, Salford
0161 291 6150             Orthopaedics, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe



                          Obstetrics, St Mary's Hospital, ,
276 4712-13               Intensive Care, MRI, ,


0161 248 9494             Manchester Royal Infirmary, The Winnicott Centre, 195-197 Hathersage Road, Manches




0161 419 2050/2055        Stockport CAMHS, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport




0161 276 6206             Genetics, St Marys, ,
01772 522551              ,,,
2479 or 5347              Consultant , Orthopaedics, CDGH,
01612766822 (Secretary)   Department of Orthopaedics, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
01772 522909              Rosemere Cancer Centre, RPH, , ,




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01772 716565              Radiology, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
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0161 276 5582             Academic Department of Ophthalmology, Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
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01772 773 500            Lantern Centre, Vicrage lane, , , Preston
0161 248 1203            Longsight Health Centre, 526/8 Stockport Road, ,




0161 276 4213            Urology, MRI, ,
0844 477 8670            Five Oaks Family Practice, 47 Graham Street, Beswick, Manchester
0161 434 4514            Department of Anesthesiology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
0161-291 2725            Dept of Anaesthesia - Pain Clinic, 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Sou

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0161 276 5152            Genetic Medicine, St Mary's Hospital, Hathersage Road, Manchester M13 0JH,
0161 206 5365            Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Breast Care, Stott Lane , Salford
0161 918 5024            Child & Family Psychiatry, Booth Hall Children's Hospital, ,

0161-446 8227            Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manches
0161-291 2975            Baguley Pain Unit - Anaesthesia, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
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01772 - 522750           Renal General internal Medicine, Renal Unit, Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
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2479 or 5347           Consultant , Orthopaedics, CDGH,
01772 716565           Consultant in Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Surgery, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green
01772 524247           Royal Preston Hospital, Womens Health, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
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0161 2757428           Neuroscience & Psychiatry Unit, The University of Manchester, G810 Stopford Building,
0161 206 5620          Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Stott La
0161 291 2560          Lead Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, University Hospital of South Manchester, T
0161 291 2269          Consultant Paediatrician, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
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0161-419 4033          Department of Orthopaedics, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
291 6156               Wythenshawe Hospital , Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Southmoor Road, Wythen
0161-291 5710 / 5714   Anaesthetic Department - 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor




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                                                           Title
Safe in the Back"? Safety measure compliance in the rear of UK ambulances"
2 Stage Flexor Tendon Repair
A qualitative study into the expectations of junior doctors from various nominal groups.
Why do patients who frequently attend hospital with alcohol associated disease ultimately die.
The use of Theatre based interventions in disaster zones for the prevention of PTSD - Is there clinical potential?
Video in Undergraduate clinical skills teaching
What is the risk of bone problems in women following pelvic radiotherapy for gynaecological cancers?
An evaluation of the current state of palliative and supportive care research in the UK


An investigation into the prevalence of previously undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnoea following acute coronary events.
Andreas Vesalius and the dignity of dissection and anatomical teaching
Airway pressures exerted during induction of anaesthetics and its influence on nausea and vomiting in children undergoing tonsillec




A research project looking into the relationship between depression and emotional memory




A study identifying potential donors of ‘articular bone graft’, for the reconstruction of fractures at the proximal interphalangeal
A Study into Congenital Hyperinsulinism
Syncope
The Impact of the Criminal Process on Healthcare Ethics and Practice
The management of Atrial Fibrillation
Study Of Pattern of resistance to antibiotics in UTI in children within LTHTR
Reviewing and ammending a current A&E guideline
Sale Sharks Sport and Exercise Medicine
Specialist Teenage Pregnancy Midwives in the North West Region
The use of ECT in patients with learning disability.
The use of graphically represented neonatal audit data in the counselling of parents of extremely premature infants
The use of insulin pumps in children with Type 1 diabetes mellitus
The use of Clonidine and Probiotics in the Post-Operative Treatment of Short Bowel Paediatric Patients


The Recent History of Evidence-Based Medicine
The role of debriefing sessions in simulation education


The role of the in-check dial device in assessing effective drug delivery in dry powder and breath actuated inhaler devices in a paed
Communication, disability and diversity: effect of teaching on medical students’ beliefs and attitudes
Comparing Photoprotective behaviour in whites and South Asians
Cost effectiveness of S-100 in reducing head CT scans in A & E
Clinical Cardiology Knowledge in Women of Child-Bearing Age
Cellular viability of mesenchymal stem cells following injection through various size needles at a clinically relevant slow rate
Challenges facing Malaysian students entering the MBChB programme: A Qualitative Study
Changing gender and amputating 'healthy limbs': the ethics and role of medicine in treating disorders of identity
Defining critical threshold of Cerebral Oxygenation during abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery
Defining genetic markers of histological type in cervix cancer
Determination of VEGF-A levels in obese states as a predictive biomarker for anti-angiogenesis therapy: a pilot study
Decelerations in heart rate, SpO2 and respiration rate in preterm neonates: Do they indicate a predisposition for SIDS?

CPAP Compliance in Asian and Caucasion Patients
Cytokine gene expression in cervical disc degeneration: a comparison to lumbar disc degeneration
Cytokine gene expression in cervical disc degeneration: a comparison to lumbar disc degeneration




Biochemical response in acute brain injury
Blended learning in medical education




Breast Cancer
Awareness and knowledge of Vocal Cord Dysfunction across six professional groups
Antiretroviral Management of Mothers with HIV and Babies during Pregnancy. A comparison of 2 audits in different settings
Assessing the effectiveness of Tempstat for the diabetic foot
Assessment of Acute Kidney Injury

Cancer Studies
'Cardiac Stress and Immune Activation Following Myocardial Infarction'
Cardiac Stress and Immune Activation in Chronic Heart Failure.




Can Regulatory T Cells Recognise and Respond to Cardiac Troponin I
Breast Cancer Screening
Breast Cancer Screening
Breast density in mammograms
Do we need to send all Gallbladders for histology following laparoscopic cholecystectomy?
Drawing up a clinical guideline on a chosen condition
Ethics of consent in children
Diabetes Mellitus and fasting practices in Paediatric anaesthesia
Developing a guideline for use in emergency medicine.
Developing a guidline for use in emergency medicine
Dexamethasone for treating bronchiolitis: A systematic review




Factors affecting Quality of Life in Patients with Bone metastases due to Breast cancer: A Sytematic Review
Family planning services at Five Oaks Family Practice- do they need to be improved?
Genetic counselling issues in Neurofibromatosis Type 1
Factors affecting prognosis in breast cancer patients with metastatic bone disease : A systematic Review
Evaluating Patient Experience at the Royal Bolton Eye Unit

Evaluation of capnography accuracy in critical care
Evidence based information on pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain for the patients and clinicians
Audit of subarachnoid haemorrhage admissions
Bleomycin Lung Toxicity in patients with Hodgkins Lymphoma treated with ABVD
Breast Cancer Screening



Audit of Respiratory Care for MND patients at Hope Hospital
Anti-TNF therapy on Crohn's Disease



Assessing Delirium in New Admissions
Audit of pharyngeal and rectal chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing in a GUM clinic
Community based service evaluation of Services for people with T1DM
Comorbid cerebrovascular disease in idiopathic Parkinson
Cystic Fibrosis
Cognitive Assessment in Parkinson's Disease
Breast Cancer Screening
Central venous catheter management in the intestinal failure unit at Hope hospital
Clinical and cellular pharmacology in Paediatrics
Paediatric Accident and Emergency
Paediatric Epilepsy
Paediatric tracheostomies: outcome, complications and evolving indications
Outcome of children referred to a Cardiology Clinic with palpitations
Non-heart Beating Organ Donation and Judaic Law: An Ethical Appraisal
Nutritional sequelae of oesophageal/gastric resection
Nutritional sequelae of oesophageal/gastric resection




Rehabilitation of the patient injured through major trauma


Retrospective review of small cell cancer of the cervix-treatment and outcome



Review of the management of children with newly diagnosed diabetes in an ambulatory unit
Quantifying the risk of cardiac and respiratory morbidity following Bone marrow transplant in adult patients using observational audit
Primary Care Option
Public Health Consequences of National Disasters
Quality of life outcome following percutaneous transluminal angioplasty in patients with critical limb ischaemia
Intervention in the prodromal phase of schizophrenia
Investigation of the impact of the INFANT trial on work activity.
Liposarcoma
Injury in Rugby League: What we Know And How GPS Can Further Our Understanding




GI Physiology: user survey
Histopathology of neck dissections comparing the Histopatologial Staging to the Radiological findings.
Histopathology of neck dissections comparing the Histopatologial Staging to the Radiological findings.
Medication errors on PICU - the true picture
Negative consequences of humanitarian aid
Non Research Project in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Medical Vernacularisation
Management of chronic headaches in children
Management of hyperglycemia in preterm VLBW infants – review of all cases <1.5 kg who had hyperglycemia during the first wee
Maternal and Neonatal Morbidity in the Developing World
Determining whether the UKCAT test has improved widening participation at Manchester Medical School
Special asset tasking by UK Ambulance Control Rooms
Stigmata Now and Then: Pathology or Miracle
Structured Plan to Intestinal Rehabilitation
Signalling mechanisms in vascular smooth muscle


Risk Factors associated with Carotid endarterectomy


Screening Children With Epilepsy in Mainstream Schools for Speech and Language Difficulties
Signalling mechanisms in vascular smooth muscle
The Autonomic Nervous System and Heart Rate Variability: Changes in Ageing and in Heart Failure

The effect of Apolipoprotein E on Motor Neurone Disease
The Effect of Body Mass Index upon the Rate of Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease in Diabetics
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STUDYING VASCULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHOROID PLEXUS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
before the project starts." "I also confirm that I have read the guidelines for Supervisors""
STUDYING VASCULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHOROID PLEXUS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE
before the project starts." "I also confirm that I have read the guidelines for Supervisors""
Survival outcomes of childhood ependymoma diagnosed between 1954-2008 in North West England




Providing primary care for people with peripheral artery disease (PAD): analysis of primary care data
Qualitative research regarding the views of undergraduate females towards the HPV vaccination
QUALITY OF LIFE FOLLOWING AUTOLOGOUS BOWEL RECONSTRUCTION
Providing care for people with learning disability in primary care: impact of the directly enhanced service.
Pharmacogenetics in clomiphene citrate resistant PCOS women
Plexiform Neurofibromas in NF1: a population based study
Prevalence of Atrial Fibrillation in acute medical admissions and patients
Research into healthcare quality
Review of TURP patients and their treatment
Rheumatology
Research into a link between fetal gastroschisis and the mother's use of cosmetic and beauty products.
Quality of life indictors in brachytherapy for prostate cancer
Reasons for non-attendance of drug users at Hepatitis C services

Recruitment to research in the NHS breast screening programme
Timeliness of consolidation radiotherapy after 1st line chemotherapy for Hodgkins & high grade non-Hodgkins lymphoma
Treatment outcomes of Endometrial Cancer
Treatment Response to Bevacizumab-based Therapy in Patients with Metastatic Colorectal Cancer
The Use of a Global Rating Score for Shoulder Arthroscopy




The Student-Patient Relationship throught the Lens of Balint : A Narrative Research Study of My Own Experiences




The treatment needs of patients with Personality Disorder within secure mental health services.




The treatment needs of patients with Personality Disorder within secure mental health services.


Which factors influence Psychiatrists’ selection of antipsychotic medications for the treatment of schizophrenia?




Wrist Injury Guidelines for Emergency Department
Wrist Kinematics During Activities of Daily Living




'What makes my epilepsy worse?' Reports from children, young people and carers.
Trends within Chronic Kidney Disease - Can progression and outcome be predicted?
Vein Harvesting




What is the normal blood loss after different modes of delivery?
The incidence of pauciimmune glomerulonephritis in Lancashire and comparison of ethnic gradient


The measurement of calf vein transit times using ultrasound contrast and the effect of elastic compression stockings


The National Chlamydia Screening Programme - More Harm than Good?
The effects of hepatocyte growth factor on immune cell function

The Effect of Body Mass Index upon the Rate of Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease in Non-Diabetics




The effect of genetic variation in the neuroplastic pathway on memory in depression
The effect of pre-operative multimedia information on patient satisfaction in patients who are having lumbar discectomy or decompr




The role of periostin in progression of human soft tissue tumours




The Role of RAD21 Immunohistochemistry in Determing Outcome in a Locally Advanced Cervical Cancer Cohort




The role of the intra-luminal Ca2+ sensor in arrhythmogenic Ca2+ release in the heart




The role of Mammalian Sterile20-like 2 (Mst2) in regulating cardiomyocytes hypertrophy
The role of Amphiphysin-II in T-tubule regulation in mouse cardiac myocytes
The role of Basophil activation in Lung Allograft Rejection
The role of GPR87 immunohistochemistry in determining outcome in an advanced cervical cancer cohort




Gene knockdown as a tool to identify a genetic risk factor for frontotemporal lobar degeneration.
Genetic Basis of Aspergillosis



Genetics of Pernicious anaemia



Exploring susceptibility to adverse drug reactions with azathioprine: results from the TARGET trial
Evaluation of the Academic Advisor

Evaluation of the efficacy of current guidelines on the managment of neonatal umbilical cord pH values
Examining Emotional Intelligence, Stress and Coping Strategies in Medical Students
Health Services Research at Hope - Consultant Post-Take Ward Rounds and Patient Flow
Human assessment of breast density
Identification and characterisation of a novel inhibitor of cardiac hypertrophy
Health related quality of life as an outcome measure in childhood immune thrombocytopenia purpura- a side study to the childhood
Glomerular podocytes in Fabry disease
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Has the “politicizationâ€	 humanitarian organisations since the 1990’s undermined their efficacy?
Headache and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: What is the relationship?
Diversity of microflora in diabetic foot ulcers colonized by MRSA
Do depressed patients with either psychological or somatic symptoms respond differently to treatment with psychological or pharma

Do illness perceptions predict clinical outcomes in depressed British Pakistani women: Results from the SITARA Trial
Dialysis induced cerebral emboli (DICE) study
Development of a paediatric home bleeding score
Development of a pre-hospital burns course for emergency services
Development of neurocognitive probes of resilience to depression
Epidemiology of Hyponatraemia




Evaluation and Analysis of the 4 hour time limit in A&E admissions
Evaluation of a scoring system for the assessment of the severity of Clostridium difficile infection in in-patients at UHSM




Endothelial progenitor cells within the human placenta
Do the current guidelines on entitlement of refused asylum seekers to healthcare force doctors to act unethically?
Do the current guidelines on entitlement of refused asylum seekers to healthcare force doctors to act unethically?




Does the podocyte protein nephrin influence cell adhesion and matrix deposition?
Modulation of the neurophysiology of human swallowing by sensory motor bolous interactions
Musicians' Perspectives on Music and Health. A Phenomenological Study
Nutrient Sensing
Military Anaesthetics: 'Potential sites for needle decompression in tension pneumothorax'
Medical Education
Medical implications of the criminal prohibition of abortion
Mental Health Needs Assessment of 16-17 year olds in Manchester
Paediatrics
Pain in Parkinsonian Diseases
Pain in Parkinson's Disease




Outcomes in relapsed childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
Obtaining breast cancer risk information by questionnaire
Outcome measurement in forensic services
Outcomes for patients aged under 55 following chemotherapy for the treatment of gastro-oesophageal cancers
Immunomodulation by the Nocturnal Hormone, Melatonin
In what ways do a PBL group and the PBL tutor participate in a Comunity of Practice?




Intraocular Pressure During General Anaesthesia in Children
Immunohistochemical analysis of alcoholic liver disease

Identification of Biomarkers in Chronic Cutaneous Wounds
Identification of common events stimulated by leukaemia generating oncogenes: validation studies


Illness perceptions in adolescents with JIA- their beliefs about the cause of their arthritis
KV7 channel openers and placental vascular function
Long-term functional Status following Cardiac Surgery
Lysyl Oxidase and Lysyl Oxidase-like enzymes in skin aging.
Is the hepatojugular reflux a useful measure of hypovolaemia in sick and preterm newborn infants undergoing intensive care?
Introduction of anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH)-tailored fertility treatment in the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) clinic: Results after 1 year
Investigate the academic, demographic and social factors associated with high scores in the UKCAT
Is autophagy present in term placentas and is it increased in IUGR
Audit of Compliance With Critical Care Nutrition Guidelines
Audit of Fluids


Audit of ileal pouch patients at CMFT



Audit of clinical assessment and investigation of thrombotic disease in pregnancy
Audit of Analgesia for Palatal-Facial Surgery at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital
Audit of approriateness of admissions to the paediatric assessment unit at Stepping Hill Hospital
Audit of Attendance rates and Comparison of Demographic patterns of Attendees and Non-attendees, in an ADHD Medicine Review
Audit of pre and post treatment voice quality in early laryngeal cancer treated by endoscopic resection and by radiotherapy using VO
Audit of prehospital emergency oxygen therapy
Audit of Pre-planned Admissions for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Audit of Patients with Sepsis Admitted to the Critical Care Unit
Audit of patient experience of using sativex for spasticity and neuropathic pain
Audit of patients with a diagnosis of cancer – are there any avoidable delays in the patient journey?
audit of patients with fractured neck of femur


Analysing epidemiological trends in the Chlamydia Screeing Program acrosss Greater Manchester Primary Care Trusts
Appropriate use of steriods in suspected premature labour




Are patients satisfied with the changes in service arrangements?


Anaesthesia: Paediatric fluid replacement
An audit to look at the types of organisms found in lines in intensive care
An audit using the DREEM tool to assess the use of the recovery-based approach in several psychiatric inpatient rehabilitation units
An Economic Evaluation of Alcohol Abuse on the Intensive Care Unit
Audit in Child Psychiatry-Autism or ADHD
Audit into cervical spine imaging in the Emergency Department, with regards to NICE guidelines
Audit of adherence to SRFT neonatal unit guidelines for the prevention of early-onset Group B Streptococcal disease including serv
Audit in A & E
Aspergillus in Transplant Patients
Assessment of public knowledge regarding Cervical Cancer and HPV
Audit assessing self-reported outcome in gynaecological oncology patients.
Best Bets study - In Infants with RSV Bronchiolitis, can HFOV be used as a rescue therapy to improve outcome
Biochemical free survival, overall survival and late toxicity in patients treated with a hypofractionated radiotherapy protocol 57Gy/19




Blackouts
benefits of docetaxel use in advanced prostate cancer
Audit to evaluate the efficiency of the Multi disciplinary team meetings within the GynaeOncology team at UHSM


Auditing the accuracy of completion of anaesthetic charts
Auditing vitamin D supplementation in pre-dialysis patients
Can NHS Health checks identify people at high risk of developing vascular disease? A literature review and audit.
Cardiovascular and Stroke Outcomes in South Asians in the northwest of England
Child Protection
CAMHS Documentation and Letter Writing for Urgent Paediatric Ward Referrals




Blood glucose control in gestational diabetics: variability, management, and outcomes




CAMHS Directorate Record Keeping and Safeguarding Audit
CAMHS Directorate Record Keeping and Safeguarding Audit




Audit of the appropriateness of percutaneous coronary intervention



Audit of the clinical management of autommune adrenal insufficiency
Audit of the complications of shoulder surgery
Audit of severely ill pregnant women
Audit of pseudomonas in Lung transplant patients
Audit of screening for underlying lung disease in rheumatoid arthritis patients starting methotrexate
Audit of screening of hypoglycaemia in a neonatal ICU




Audit on Electronic Fetal Monitoring
Audit on Parkinson's Disease

Audit on the Review of Hysterosalpingo-Contrast-Sonography (Hy Co Sy) Scan as a Test For Tubal Patency.
Audit on dark ground microscopy in early syphilis
Audit of the management of acute oncology
Audit of the quality of intraorbital blocks for ophthalmic surgery
Audit of the use of subcutaneous methotrexate
An attitudinal audit of General Practitioners (GPs) focusing on the prescription of altitude drugs pre-expedition.


An audit and the title is an audit of success rates and multiple pregnancy rates before and after the introduction of a single embryo t
An audit exploring delays in the diagnosis of malaria.
An analysis of patients who fail to attend follow-up following Total Hip Replacement
Adult Growth Hormone Replacement and risk of Tumour Recurrence
Air Quality of CPAP machines



Alcohol and Smoking Cessation Consultations in Post-Surgical Head and Neck Cancer Patients
An Audit into the guidance issued by the NPSA on preventing delay to follow up for patients with glaucoma
An Audit into the Post-Take Ward Round, a it's Documentation
An audit into the use of IV antibiotics in children with Cystic Fibrosis.
An audit into alcohol screening and brief intervention given in Primary Care
An audit in the management of back pain in primary care
An Audit In The Management Of Gynaecomastia
An audit in the PANDA unit at Salford Royal Foundation Trust




A clinical audit: Antipsychotic prescribing in a Learning Disability population
A Retrospective Audit of Screening History and Management Outcome of Cervical Cancer Patients in the North West
A review of patients using 2nd line treatment; Irinotecan for advanced gastro-oesophageal cancer




Audit of time from referral to first treatment in patients with pancreatic cancer: who"
A change of palliative chemotherapy used in the treatment of Gastric and Oesophageal Cancer and emerging future treatment opti
Cross site audit of the paediatric content of the F&C block


Natural history of recovery following facial paralysis
Acute admission of patients undergoing pelvic radiotherapy for cervical, endometrial, vulvual and vaginal cancers
Acute coronary syndrome management and drug prescription
Acute Kidney Injury following urgent and emergency Endovascular aneurysm repair




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A Service Evaluation of the Accelerated Measures for Improvement in Stroke Care
A Study of the Frequency of Microbiological Diagnosis in TB
A systematic review of the effects of vasopressor use on outcome in septic shock
An audit on acute kidney injury in acutely ill patients
An Audit on Management and Outcome of Cardiac Arrests Admitted to the Emergency Department
An audit on patient morbidity and outcomes following laparoscopic Hysterectomy within the gynaecology oncoogy service at Saint M




An audit on a single surgeon's experience on breast expander/implant for breast reconstruction
An audit of the use of blood in the postpartum period
An Audit of Thromboprophylaxis in Acute Medical Admissions
An audit of urgent cancer referrals: were the criteria met and what was the outcome?
An Audit on the Outcomes of the Prolonged Jaundice Clinic
An audit to assess the demographic background of patients being referred to the Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic in Wigan.




An audit to determine the incidence of central venous catheter-related sepsis in neonates admitted to the NICU at Salford Royal Ho
An audit on the outcomes of punctoplasty procedures at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
An Audit on Sweat tests for Cystic Fibrosis in RPH in the last Five Years looking at Indications and Results

An audit on the management of iron deficiency anemia in post-bariatric surgery patients
An Audit on the outcomes for childhood low grade glioma diagnosed between 1954-2008 in Manchester
An audit of communication skills in ophthalmic clinics using a patient questionnaire




An audit of CT colonography findings and reporting practice at Wythenshawe Hospital Radiology Department
An audit of education and knowledge surrounding social aspects of type 1 diabetes in Adolescents
An audit of antiviral treatment for hepatitis B at Manchester Royal Infirmary
An audit of all symptomatic and screen-detected breast cancers diagnosed in 2004 at the Bolton Breast Unit




An audit of antenatal care of drug addicts service and a critical analysis of pathways
An Audit of Anti-TNF Alpha treatment in Psoriatic Arthritis patients at the Kellgren Centre for Rheumatology.
An Audit of the Management of Bleeding Oesophageal and Gastric Varices at South Manchester University Hospital
An audit of the monitoring of metabolic syndrome in patients with chronic schizophrenia




An audit of the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in the central Manchester population with a focus on ethnic and diabetes related d
An audit of the end of life quality markers in an acute hospital setting
An audit of outcomes for clients referred to the Early Intervention Service who are not initially diagnosed with psychosis
An audit of prematurity in HIV positive pregnant women
An Audit of the Diagnosis and Management of Children with Malaria in Central Manchester and Manchester Children's Hospital
Chimerism and bone marrow transplantation
Re-audit of substance misuse in the third year of 16-17 CMHT Emerge""
Retrospective audit into the outcome of neonatal long lines in infants of very low birth weight.
Retrospective audit of admissions related to H1N1 and associated risk factors
Quality of glucose control and outcome from crtitical care admission




Preoperative assessment from the both the patient and the anaesthetists’ perspective.
Project Option - Community Psychiatry
Project Option - spiritual care




Steroid Treatment Cards: Do they make patients safer?
Stroke Care
Surgical Site Infection Burden

Sentinel lymph node biopsy – matching criteria to actual referrals in melanoma
Retrospective audit of the management of Down's syndrome



Review of Orchidopexies in children
Review of the Outcome of Patients with Organic Acidaemias
Outcomes of percutaneous intervention (angioplasty/stent placement) in peripheral vascular disease.
Overview of Management of Patients with Nose Fractures
Paediactric Accident and emergency audit into incidence and screening of Swine Flu
Outcomes of MRSA colonization acquired during inpatient hospital treatment
Nerve Blocks vs. Epidurals in Limb Lengthening



Nutritional status following surgery for gastro-oesophageal reflux disease in neurologically impaired children. What should we meas
Outcome of Lumbar Microdecompression surgery using validated outcome measures.
Peri-operative outcome of patients undergoing major gynaecology-oncology surgery




Pre-dialysis patients: Have they been diagnosed and are we following best practice?
Predicting poor outcome in women with hypertension: do routine tests help?
Perioperative fluid management in the Fast Track surgical patient
Parental Perceptions of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder Assessment Service Provided in North Manchester

Patient & Professional Perception of Vaginal Birth after Caesarean Section
Penetrating Injuries in Greater Manchester
Warfarinised head injury
Why Patient's Do Not Attend Clinics In Orthopaedics?
X-ray useage in conservatively managed ankle fractures
VTE following laparoscopic bariatric surgery

To audit the use of PIU for investigations and management of endocrine patients
To determine the most accurate measure at a population level of survival from laryngeal cancer




To establish the Reasons for Unscheduleed admissions to hospital with Chest pain




A systematic review of the psychosocial interventions for ethnic minorities with depression in the UK.
An Audit of delayed and omitted medications in paediatric inpatients
An evaluation of the effect of congenital limb deficiency (CLD) and amputation on intellect




A national survey of the management of children with chronic ITP in the Uk
Year 4 Project Option Orthopaedics




Does Phased Withdrawal of Azathioprine in the Management of IBD has Clinical Value?
A Meta-analysis on published cases of oesophago-gastric dissociation for the treatment of GOR in neurologically impaired children
The Efficacy of Chemotherapy in Endometrial Cancer




The management of cardiovascular risk factors in haemodialysis patients
The Normal Fetal Heart Rate in Late First Stage and Second Stage of Labour
The effects of centralisation on penile cancer managment in the UK


Survey of EGFR mutation testing in patients with non small cell lung cancer

Technique of anaesthesia for caesarean section (Conversions to GA – 1997 to 2008)
The appropriate use of vasopressors and inotropes
THE SUCCESS RATE OF SELECTIVE LASER TRABECULOPLASTY AT 1 YEAR FOLLOW UP.


The use of multiple-lumen central venous catheters during a four-week period at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Timeline of care, from first symptom to treatment, in lung cancer patients. Is there a G.P. delay in diagnosis?
The significance of lumbar puncture post computed tomography negtaive suspected subarachnoid haemorrhage
The peri-operative management of emergency laparotomy in MRI




The pituitary thyroid axis and bariatric surgery: an audit investigating post-operative changes in thyroid function tests.
The role of Venting Gastrostomy in Palliating Small Bowel Obstruction




Do the assessment of newly referred patients meet the standards that CAMHS should follow?
Do we follow NICE fever guidelines in the assessment of infants in a DGH paediatric unit?
Documentation of Discharge Planning on the Inpatient Unit at Willow Wood Hospice
Do patients undergoing knee surgery return to normal function post operatively: an age / sex matched audit.
Developing a Guideline for the Emergency Department
Developing an Emergency Department Guideline, A and E MRI
Developmental status of a cohort of HIV positive children in the Greater Manchester area
Entrance surface dose audit during interventional radiology procedures
Epidemiology of children's brain tumours in the North West
Epilepsy in children with learning disabilities
Endocrinology (title to be confirmed)

Drug allergies in cystic fibrosis
Effective Use of Secondary Services in Gynaecology
Effects and incidence of amputation following special diabetic foot service in Lancashire teaching hospitals
Comparison of non-invasive imaging modalities in recently symptomatic moderate and severe carotid artery stenosis
Comparison of the prevalence of phantom limb pain between amputees with and without diabetes
Comparison of the prevalence of phantom limb pain between amputees with and without diabetes
Clinical Audit On Post operative physiological derangement in patients undergoing joint arthroplasty
Chlamydia Screening in Hospital Acute Settings
Clinical Audit of Diagnostic Criteria and Management of Swine Flu in Children Aged under 16 in Stockport NHS Trust
Clinical Audit of factors of early graft failure and Mortality in Pancreas Transplant recipients at MRI
Cystic Fibrosis




Cystic Fibrosis
Depression in Adults with a Chronic Physical Illness




Cross site audit of the induction block of Family and Children Module
Comparison of VIBE 3D imaging of the shoulder with orthagonal 2D T1W FS images for demonstration of pathology
Creating a learning resource package relating to pacemaker boxes


Critical analysis looking at the issues surrounding the admittance of children with chronic and complex diseases to ICU
Is our health promotion in relation to obesity effective?
Knowledge, perceptions and actions of overweight paediatric patients
Laryngeal tumour excision.
Investigation of the outcome of patients identified with an adrenal nodule and clinical relevance of successive follow-up scans.
Infection in neonates
Infectious Disease Project
Intestinal Failure
Medical Student Depression - An Audit of Student Support Systems
Naltrexone adjunctive therapy: An audit of current practice at the Chapman-Barker Unit
Neoadjuvant chemotherapy, why patients aren't receiving it
Management of neonatal jaundice in Royal Preston Hospital
Life Expectancy in Hereditary Cancer-predisposing Syndromes
Management and outcomes of multiple pregnancies.
Management of Atrial Fibrillation: are we NICE compliant?
General Surgery

Graft survival and diabetes factors associated with graft survival in pancreas transplantation patients
Has a change in the pre-operative assessment of patients with brain tumours led to an improvement in patient satisfaction and care
Follow-up of tracheo-oesophageal fistula repair in neonates
Evaluation of POSSUM and P-POSSUM in predicting morbidity and mortality in laparoscopic bariatric surgery




Evaluation of the joint vulval clinic at St Marys Hospital, Manchester
Falls
How does MRI compare to the gold standard for preoperative assessment of patients undergoing aneurysm surgery?
Identifying vulnerability factors in patients receiving chemotherapy, who needs additional support?
Impact on subsequent pregnancy of previous poor pregnancy outcomes.
Heart failure and palliative care
Has the outcome for distal femoral fractures improved following the introduction of locking plate fixation?
Health promotion in primary care
Health Related Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer Patients.
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Review of current UK and international automotive safety standards for ambulance service rear compartments and assessment of c
Working within the Plastics Department at Wythenshawe. Investigating the complicated 2 stage repair of flexor tendons in the hand

We have a live database set up which looks at the attendences to hospital. It can rank patients according to alcohol associated frac
Secondary research into how doctors' communcation training can be improved in order to maximise potential in humanitarianism an
Use Video podcasts and filming of students performing skills with on line and in person feedback
Aim: To establish incidence of bone fracture, bone symptoms following pelvic radiotherapy and to investigate possible risk factors fo
Stastical analysis of patient data who have undergone radiotherapy for mucostitis side effects, produce a report on findings.
This study aims to quantify the incidence of previously undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnoea in patients following an
acute coronary event.
Patients who fulfil the criteria for selection will be offered sleep studies. Patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep
To evaluate the history of the autopsy and its relevance in medicine today and in the future.
see above.
A study looking into the reported bias that depressed patients have towards negative emotional memory as opposed
to positive emotional memory.

The study will involve looking at data collected from a wider research project. The project will study 48 depressed
subjects aged 18-55 years with a DSM-IV major depressive episode and 24 age (within 5 years) and sex matched
controls.

The data interpreted will be the ability to remember words with emotional significance, and has been developed in-
house, based on Brand (Brand et al., 1992).

Data will have been collected before and after administration of 8 weeks treatment with daily citalopram in depressed
subjects (20mg, increasing to 40mg at week 4 if necessary). Half of the controls will be retested after 8 weeks but
1. identify joint surfaces frequently injured and therefore in need of
replacement (literature search)
2. create a template of the joint surface (on acetate and/or on pc)
3. by overlaying the template onto ct and poss xray or mri scans of
hands/feet, identify similar joint surfaces that can be 'cannibalised' as grafts
for replacement of the joint surfaces identified in 1.



Project looking at the management of atrial fibrillation in primary care and hospital. Aims are to to investigate how atrial fibrillation is
Study the emergence of of antibiotics resistance among children with urinary tract infection throughout the year
I have yet to be asigned a tutor but the project will look at the current guidelines in A&E, see if they are working and if any changes
As yet unspecified but will confirm once met with Dr Jones.
Although the teenage pregnancy rate has fallen in the last few years, the UK has still one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in
A systematic review of the literature on the use of ECT in patients with learning disability using both national and international journa
A quality improvement program that will involve communicating information collected on the neonatal unit to parents, including lengt
A followup of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus using insulin pumps
To take part in a study to see whether there is any correlation between psoriasis and an increased risk of cardiovascular. I will be ab
What have been the consequences of the application of EBM to the NHS? How does its recent history engage with
broader histories of clinical autonomy and professionalisation?


•	Assess asthmatic children on dry powder inhaler devices to check whether they are suited to this device by
measuring their inspiratory flow using the in-check dial.
    If
•	 their inspiratory flow is inadequate for good drug delivery, assess whether the in-check dial along with advice
The study has two aims: first, it seeks to investigate the effectiveness of a teaching session in both raising awareness among medic

To determine whether sampling S-100 protein in head injury patients in A&E that would normally have a CT scan would reduce the
                      Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) therapy is a relatively novel and experimental technique that is being implemented in
                      the management of degenerative conditions and other disorders in human tissue. A number of clinical studies have
                      investigated the efficacy of MSC implantation in the treatment of several disease states. However, despite
                      somewhat encouraging results, the exact in vivo state, distribution, survival and replicative capacity of these cells
                      once implanted remains unclear. When considering the function of cell therapy, the ideal cell should be able to;
                      deliver the optimum functional capacity of the native tissue cell, have a replicative potential and produce no or
                      minimal toxic threat to the resident tissue. In order for all of the above to occur, the phenotype of the cell must remain
                      consistent throughout the entire process with its functioning role. However, the MSC is vulnerable in its
                      differentiation lineage and can be subject to a whole host of factors that may alter its phenotype. As such, these cells
                      may be subject to differentiation during their in vitro preparation prior to delivery. For example stresses such as;
                      Exploring the experiences of Malaysian students on the challenges that have arisen as a result of the transition to the MB ChB prog

                      Defining critical threshold of Cerebral Oxygenation during abdominal aortic aneurysm surgery
                      Lab-based project looking at radiotherapy markers in cervix cancer.

                      To determine whether the extent/number of decelerations of these basic observations result in a greater incidence of SIDS or relate
                      clinical profile of sleep apnoea among asian and caucasian patients attending the regional service at UHSM



                      This study intends to measure levels of cytokines, C-reactive protein, S100 calcium binding protein B, cardiac
                      troponin T, NT pro Brain Natriuretic Peptide and heart type fatty acid binding protein in patients admitted to the
                      intensive care unit with severe traumatic brain injury or subarachnoid haemorrhage.

                      Patient outcome will be assessed at 1 month and 3 months post-discharge from intensive care using the Glasgow
                      A qualitative study investigating a blended virtual learning programme in paediatric emergency medicine
                      To examine the reasons why adjuvant chemotherapy is discontinued or
                      dose reduced in patients with early breast cancer. This would include
                      an assessment of the number of patients who die on adjuvant
                      (potentially curative) chemotherapy, clearly a very important issue.

                         10 week study to look at dose of asthma therapy and improvement of asthma scores in patients treated with speech and language t
2 audits in different settings

                      Factors influencing performance levels such as tiredness and exercise tolerance in renal patients on dialysis. I will be giving them p
                      Identification of common events stimulated by leukaemia generating
                      oncogenes: validation studies
                      Acute myocardial infarction (MI) is common, and associated with severe morbidity and mortality. Following MI, cardiac damage occu
                      AIMS
                      Chronic heart failure (CHF) is an important illness with high prevalence, carrying a huge burden both to the patient and to internation
                      To gain experience in the clinical research laboratory.
                      To perform a research project looking at a specific immune response in a cardiac condition.
                      To integrate this, as required, into a larger research project by Dr Fildes and his MRes students.

                      DESCRIPTION
                      My project is likely to be concerning the function and action of regulatory CD4 T-cells in cardiac failure. However,
                      this is variable depending on the research that Dr Fildes is performing between now and when I start. My project may
                      be altered to look at the immune response in any of the following: myocardial infarction, cardiac failure, AF, etc.

                      At present they are measuring density of both breasts in both mammographic projections. If the measure are similar we could do on
                      At present they are measuring density of both breasts in both mammographic projections. If the measure are similar we could do on
                      Breast density in mammograms
                      This project will be a service evaluation to assess the cost-effectiveness and benefit of sending all gallbladders for histology followin
                      Drawing up a clinical guideline on a condition which interests me. I learn how to sift evidence, about levels of evidence consensus m


                      Developing a guideline for use in emergency medicine.
A systematic reviewoncological treatment, survival has increased use of dexamethasone for the treatment of acute bronchiolitis
Due to advances in of randomized controlled trials looking at the in patients with metastatic bone tumours.

Consequently, more patients present to orthopaedic oncology with skeletal failure and pain due to metastatic bone
disease.

The surgical treatment of these patients is particularly challenging and depends on several factors including:

Quality of Life
Pain
function
Survival
Surgical risks / medical fitness
Response to adjuvant treatment

The aim of surgical treatment is to provide pain relief, prevent pathological fracture and maintain skeletal integrity
whilst preserving function for as much as possible.

There are several different surgical techniques available to treat patients with metastatic bone disease.

These include:
Fixation with or without augmentation
Joint replacement surgery
Massive replacement of bone
Radiofrequency ablation
Palliative amputation

Each of these different techniques has its advantages and disadvantages.

It is surgical challenge to choose the optimal treatment method for an individual patient.

Apart from medical factors, the patient’s wishes and surgical risks also need to be taken into account.	

To date no comprehensive assessment tool is available that facilitates orthopaedic decision making in patients who
I aim to produce two questionnaires- one for the midwives and family planning clinicians and one for the users of the services, to as
Due to advances in oncological treatment, survival has increased in
patients with metastatic bone tumours.

Consequently, more patients present to orthopaedic oncology with
skeletal failure and pain due to metastatic bone disease.

It is surgical challenge to choose the optimal treatment method for an individual patient.

Apart from medical factors, the patient's wishes and surgical risks also
need to be taken into account.

To date no comprehensive assessment tool is available that facilitates
orthopaedic decision making in patients who suffer from metastatic bone
disease.

The aim of this project is to design such a tool on the basis of
published evidence and clinical experience.

Requirements:

*      Thorough literature search
*      Assessment of outcome measures
*      Retrospective review of the database
*      Design forms for prospective data collection
*      Report
*      Audit of surgical outcome (future project)
The aim of this project is to evaluate patient experience at the Royal Bolton Eye Unit using a variety of methods. These include usin
Audit project to review the relationship between end tidal and
arterial carbon dioxide in ventilated patients.
To review and improve the management of women with Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction.
Audit neurovascular operation and transfer after head injury


- To implement a web-based telemedicine service for selected MND
outpatients at Hope Hospital. Many MND patients have good IT skills,
resulting in part from their use of computers to help them manage their
Activities of Daily Living in the home environ
Look at the effectiveness of medication on IBD retrospectively on a number of patients
Formally assess confusion in all new medical admissions using CAM as an assessment framework
Train EAU SHOs to use Confusion Assessment Method
Quantitative anaylsis and comparison of my results and SHO results
Qualitative analysis of CAM as a pragmatic approach for the SHOs to use when assessing new admitted confused

Questionnaire and interview based evaluation




The objectives are to describe the clinical and cellular pharmacology of oral methotrexate and oral thiopurines. The pharmacologica
BACKGROUND:The role of tracheostomy in the management of airway obstruction in children continues to change,
as both endoscopic and open airway techniques evolve. Despite the indications for tracheostomy changing it remains
an important intervention when faced with significant upper airway obstruction in neonates, infants and children. The
complications of paediatric tracheostomy include, accidental decannulation, emergency tube change due to
obstruction, infection, bleeding, tracheoesophageal fistula, tracheal stenosis and granulation formation. for an
increasing number of children tracheostomy is a temporary measure facilitating a more definitive airway procedure or

There can be no doubt that the number of patients waiting for a kidney transplant in the UK far outnumbers the number of kidneys tr


1) To gather information on the current rehabilitation
packages/pathways available to burn injured patients across the UK
2) To gather information on the current (more established)
rehabilitation packages/pathways available to burn injured patients in
countries outside of the UK
3) To gather information on the current, more established
rehabilitation packages/pathways eg, those available to stroke
patients, across the UK
4) To use the information obtained through aims 2) and 3) to lend
support to the idea of a need for a more effective, clearly defined
rehabilitation package/pathway to be made available to burn injured
patients in UK hospitals.

A retrospective review will be undertaken to determine the outcome and treatment of patients with small cell
carcinoma of the cervix at the Christie Hospital, Manchester.

This project will review of the management of children with newly diagnosed diabetes in
an ambulatory unit


The Evaluation Of Cardiopulmonary Exercise testing to asess pulmonary reserve prior to Bone Marrow Translplantation: a comparis




Retrospective study on long term treatment results of liposarcoma.

Aims and Objectives:
-To assess the quality of patient experience for consecutive patients attending Salford's regional GI Physiology
Service

-To survey specialist users (Gastroenterology consultants and trainees) referring to the service

Project Description:
-    This is a substitute project taken on in June, AT WEEK 4 OF PROJECT, by Dr McLaughlin at request of Dr
Astley
-The student will design and apply a Paper based patient satisfaction survey to consecutive patients attending for
upper/lower GI Physiology tests over 4 consecutive weeks.
Histopathology of neck dissections comparing the histopathological staging to the radiological findings
Histopathology of neck dissections comparing the histopathological staging to the radiological findings
looking into medication errors on the drug charts


A study into why medical literature in England moved from being written in Latin to modern-day English. Looking at contemporary m
Management of hyperglycemia in preterm VLBW infants – review of all cases <1.5 kg who had hyperglycemia during the first wee
Looking at the provision of primary care in the developing world, possibly at the role of community health workers and whether they

Identification of special response assets within UK ambulance services (helicopters, BASICS, MERIT, HART) and review of the task
The Humanities Faculty is interested in stigmata (the wounds of Christ) and how they are described and depicted in medieval texts
A retrospective review of patients who have undergone intestinal rehabilitation for short bowel over the last 10 years.
I will be analysing the NW vascualr database which goes back a decade and houses the data on thousands of
patients in the NW that have undergone vascular proceedures to identify risk factors.

It is known that comunication problems are a common co-morbidity in children with epilepsy. This project will be a
service evaluation with an aim of examining the literature, screening the relevant population and developing a
pathway for children and young people with epilepsy found to have speech and language problems.


Research Project investigating the molecluar basis of the pathology of Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration and its
closely related conditions using lab based methods.


Student: Thomas Hansen, 14 The Deansgate, Whiteoak Road, Fallowfield, Manchester, M14 6WT, 07969196986

Supervisor: Professor Alan Jackson,
The University of Manchester
Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre
27 Palatine Road
Manchester
England
M20 3LJ
Tel: +44 (0)161 275 0000

Supervisor's Status: Professor of Neuroradiology at Manchester Medical School

Title: STUDYING VASCULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHOROID PLEXUS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

Hypotheses:
1 That age related changes will be observed in the
blood volume and blood flow of the normal choroid plexus.

2 That in the presence of raised intracranial
pressure due to cerebral neoplasia the blood volume and blood flow within the choroid plexus will be reduced
secondary to intracranial pressure effects.

Background: The importance of the choroid plexus is increasingly recognised as a portal for drug passage into the
CNS and for its role in the production of CSF in disorders in CSF turnover.

Modern imaging techniques allow the production of quantitative imaging biomarkers of microvascular structures of
function including blood volume, blood flow and endothelial permeability. These have never been applied to the
choroid plexus.

Student's Role: This project will attempt to study these parameters in the choroid plexus in a series of normal
volunteers. We will conduct dynamic contrast enhanced MR studies of the choroid plexus and measure, choroid
plexus volume, regional blood volume, regional blood flow and contrast transfer coefficient (expected to be 0). This
Dr Gerard Thompson
Student: Thomas Hansen, 14 The Deansgate, Whiteoak Road, Fallowfield, Manchester, M14 6WT, 07969196986

Supervisor: Professor Alan Jackson,
The University of Manchester
Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre
27 Palatine Road
Manchester
England
M20 3LJ
Tel: +44 (0)161 275 0000

Supervisor's Status: Professor of Neuroradiology at Manchester Medical School

Title: STUDYING VASCULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHOROID PLEXUS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

Hypotheses:
1 That age related changes will be observed in the
blood volume and blood flow of the normal choroid plexus.

2 That in the presence of raised intracranial
pressure due to cerebral neoplasia the blood volume and blood flow within the choroid plexus will be reduced
secondary to intracranial pressure effects.

Background: The importance of the choroid plexus is increasingly recognised as a portal for drug passage into the
CNS and for its role in the production of CSF in disorders in CSF turnover.

Modern imaging techniques allow the production of quantitative imaging biomarkers of microvascular structures of
function including blood volume, blood flow and endothelial permeability. These have never been applied to the
choroid plexus.

Student's Role: This project will attempt to study these parameters in the choroid plexus in a series of normal
volunteers. We will conduct dynamic contrast enhanced MR studies of the choroid plexus and measure, choroid
plexus volume, regional blood volume, regional blood flow and contrast transfer coefficient (expected to be 0). This
Prof Alan Jackson
looking at how different clinical tools have affected the management of various different tumour types over time.
Aim of the project

To explore the current state of primary care for people with peripheral artery disease and ways in which care could be
improved.

Brief background

PAD remains an important risk factor for cardiovascular disease with risks at least as high as coronary heart disease.
Around 6% of the population over the age of 60 suffer from symptomatic PAD with many more asymptomatic cases.
As such, PAD was included in the Coronary Heart Disease National Service Framework and has been the subject of
national guidance and a National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence technology appraisal for anti platelet
agents., Evidence-based guidelines for the assessment and treatment of PAD in primary care are therefore well
established, and general practices would be expected to have responded to these guidelines, for example by
measuring ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI) in patients with suspected PAD.

We have recently piloted the introduction of a PAD register and the routine checking of resting ABPI measurements
in a sample of over 30 practices across England. We have quantitative data extracted from practice computing
systems both before and after completing the pilot.


Brief description of the student's role in the project:
Research into how many female, first year University students have had the HPV vaccine.
WE ARE TRYING TO IMPROVE THE SURGICAL SERVICE THAT WE OFFER TO FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN WITH SHORT B
The student will initially be expected to acquaint themselves with the subject through a critical review of the literature on the role of p
To identify those women with PCOS who have resistance to ovulation induction because of a specific genotype (polymorphism)
A project with another student looking into the timings and degree of clinical manifestations in neurofibromatosis
Explore knowledge and attitudes of patients with regards to anticoagulation in Atrial Fibrillation to prevent stroke.
Looking into pitfalls within EAU, that impede the efficiency of the workforce.

Studying risk factors for atherosclerosis in SLE
I will be carrying out a research project looking into the aetiology of gastroschisis with the aim of looking into the link of gastroschisis
Looking at quality of life indicators for patients who have undergone brachytherapy for prostate cancer. Comparing results from pre-
Reasons for non-attendance of drug users at Hepatitis C services
breast cancer screening

Consultants will often use different sizes of radiotherapy treatment fields in order to treat very similar stages of Hodgkin's Lymphom


To develop previous attempts to validate a global rating score for shoulder arthroscopy, including the assessment of inter-rater and
 Developed in general practice, and now a core element of Psychiatrists Training, Balint Work is used all over the
world as a form of reflective practice. This narrative study will look at my own experiences, and I will be spending
time researching the student: patient dynamic, using Balint to do so.

My aims are to understand Balint techniques, research the history of Balint, and understand the techniques involved
There has been recent expansion at Guild Lodge creating a new 30 bedded low secure unit. There has therefore
been a need to re-examine current service provision to ascertain whether the treatment needs of the patient
population are being best met with the current ward configuration
The student will be expected to
•	Analyse the needs assessment of Guild Lodge patients to ascertain the proportion with severe mental illness and
co-morbid personality disorder and those with a primary diagnosis of personality disorder
•	Examine treatment needs (including both nursing interventions and psychological interventions), violent
There has been recent expansion at Guild Lodge creating a new 30 bedded low secure unit. There has therefore
been a need to re-examine current service provision to ascertain whether the treatment needs of the patient
population are being best met with the current ward configuration
The student will be expected to
•	Analyse the needs assessment of Guild Lodge patients to ascertain the proportion with severe mental illness and
co-morbid personality disorder and those with a primary diagnosis of personality disorder
•	Examine treatment needs (including both nursing interventions and psychological interventions), violent
A qualitative research project to look at the selection process of atypical anti psychotics by clinicians.

Will take place at various hospitals depending on what clinician is being interviewed.
Professor Kevin Mackway-Jones co-ordinates the research options
for 4th year students. The department takes around 12 students each
year who work on projects around Developing an Emergency Department
Guideline, these are protocols the doctors use within the department.

      He would meet with all the students around a month before you
start your projects and go through all the different titles for you to
pick which one you would like to proceed with.
Explorechildren, young people and individuals using a variety of daily activities against varying Outpatient Clinic
To ask wrist kinematics in healthy their parents about 'what makes their epilepsy worse' in an levels of resistance.
setting.

This will be done using a structured interview conducted by the student.

Answers will be grouped by category and correlated with epilepsy type, and compared with existing literature.

Analysis and interpretation of data obtained through a long term cohort study of patients diagnosed with CKD that are managed with
Background: -

Bleeding after delivery (post partum haemorrhage) is still an important cause of maternal death (0.66 per 100,000
maternities, Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health 2007) and serious maternal morbidity (41 per
100,000 maternities requiring peripartum hysterectomy to control haemorrhage Knight 07). At St Mary’s Hospital,
Manchester there has been a three fold increase in the rate of major post partum haemorrhage (>1500mls) in the last
six years (2003-2008). There has also been an associated increase in the number of women admitted to Intensive
Care due to post partum haemorrhage. Major post partum haemorrhage has been identified as one of the key patient
safety indicators for St Mary’s Hospital.	

Blood loss at delivery is difficult to assess and is often underestimated. A recent audit of women with a major
postpartum haemorrhage has demonstrated that the proportion related to genital tract trauma is increasing.
Establishing the normal amount of blood loss accurately in different types of delivery will enable differentiation of
those women that will require high dependency care monitoring after delivery.

Aims: -

1. To measure the normal range of blood loss in different modes of delivery: -
a. Normal vaginal delivery
b. Normal vaginal delivery with episiotomy
c. Ventouse delivery
d. Forceps delivery
e. Elective Caesarean Section
f. Emergency Caesarian Section in labour (at less than full dilatation)
g. Emergency Caesarian Section in labour (at full dilatation)

2. To determine the difference between measured blood loss and estimated blood loss

3. To compare measured blood loss, estimated blood loss, and fall in haemoglobin levels

Methodology: -

Women in labour, having induction of labour or undergoing an elective caesarean section will be approached to
i)validate a collect the data using ultrasound contrast to measure venous transit times (VTT).
Student will novel technique regarding incidence of pauciimmune glomerulonephritis from Lancashire Teaching Hospital histology da
ii)establish the optimal elastic compression profile required to improve venous transit times in the standing, sitting
and lying positions using engineered compression stockings.

focus on ectopic pregnancy, infertility and pelvic inflammatory
disease.


The Effect of Body Mass Index upon the Rate of Progression of Chronic
Kidney Disease
Using data collected as part of the EU “new molecules in mood disorders―project I intend to analyse the effect
of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) genotype on patients’ performance on a paired associated-learning
(PAL) task.

PAL tasks are normally used to asses both visual memory and new learning to assess patient’s with dementia or
cognitive impairment. However I intend to use this task to identify a link between performance and the BDNF minor
allele (A, 66Met) genotype. I predict that the presence of the minor allele will result in worse outcomes on the task
based on the evidence that minor allele carriers ruminate significantly less than major allele carriers.

Rumination is the repetitive and passive focus on thoughts and is thought to be a maladaptive style of thinking
associated with psychological disorders especially depression. However rumination has actually been shown to
improve performance on cognitive tasks due to the rethinking process.
The aim is to compare multimedia information giving to current standards-mainly leaflets prior to surgery on the basis
of post operative recovery and patient satisfaction.

Background:
Soft tissue lesions are relatively rare and have behaviour that is difficult to predict. Periostin is a little known small
protein present in early embryonic life, scantily expressed in healthy adult tissues, but upregulated in wound healing
and in diverse pathological processes.

Aims and Objectives:
Description: To investigate the expression of RAD21 and P16 in a
cervical cancer cohort of 120 patients and determine relevance to
survival, following radiotherapy.

Aims and Objectives:
i). Learn the basics of cervical cancer histology.
ii). Develop a scoring system for RAD21 and P16 immunohistochemistry.
iii). Quantify differences in the expression of the marker genes.
iv). Assess the reproducibility of scoring.
v). Correlate scores for RAD21 and P16 with survival and other
variables.
Background (max 150 words):

Data suggests that abnormal (spontaneous) release of Ca2+ from the intracellular Ca2+ store, the sarcoplasmic
reticulum (SR), is a major cause of arrhythmias. Our previous data has demonstrated that spontaneous SR Ca2+
release occurs once a threshold SR Ca2+ content has been reached 1. However what determines this threshold is
as yet unclear. Recent evidence has demonstrated the presence of a macromolecular protein complex within the SR
that senses intra-luminal Ca2+ concentration and consists of the ryanodine receptor (RyR), junctin (JCN), triadin
(TRN) and the Ca2+ buffer calsequestrin (CSQ) 2. We have demonstrated in heart failure 3 that there is an increase
in arrhythmogenic Ca2+ release from the SR and this is associated with alterations in the protein levels of
components of the macromolecular luminal Ca2+ sensing complex (unpublished). This project will use adenoviral
techniques to determine how alterations in the composition of the luminal Ca2+ sensor influence arrhythmogenic
Ca2+ release.

Hypothesis and Aims (max 100 words):

This mini-project will address two major questions: i) does increased expression of intra-luminal Ca2+ sensor
components influence the threshold SR Ca2+ content for arrhythmogenic Ca2+ release? and ii) to determine if
components of the intraluminal Ca2+ sensor are phosphorylated during ?-adrenergic stimulation.

Addressing these questions will have important implications for our understanding of how arrhythmogenic Ca2+
Heart failure (HF) is a debilitating condition and remains one of the major causes of death. Because of its key role in
the development of HF, cardiac hypertrophy is one of the main focuses of current research. Factors that positively
mediate hypertrophy have been deciphered in recent years, but little is known about molecules that are able to
negatively regulate cardiac hypertrophy. We have found that the tumour suppressor RASSF1A inhibits pressure-
overload induced hypertrophy in mice and its expression is markedly reduced in heart failure patients1. This project
will investigate whether the protein partner of RASSF1A, i.e. the Mammalian Sterile20-like 2 (Mst2)2 also inhibits
The role of transverse (t-) tubules in intracellular calcium handling in sheep atrial cells, specifically investigation of their role in calciu
Peripheral blood basophilia has been associated with acute rejection following transplantation. Basophils are multifunctional inflamm
Description: To investigate the expression of KLF4 and P63 in a cervical
cancer cohort of 120 patients and determine relevance to survival,
following radiotherapy.

Aims and Objectives:
i). Learn the basics of cervical cancer histology
ii). Develop a scoring system for KLF4 and P63 immunohistochemistry
iii). Quantify differences in the expression of the marker genes
iv). Assess the reproducibility of scoring
v). Correlate scores for KLF4 and P63 with survival and other variables
Can knock down in H4 neuroglioma cells of candidate genes from a region on chr9p know to contain a genetic risk
factor for frontotemporal lobar degeneration provide any evidence as to which gene is related to disease risk.The
student will transfect siRNAs for each of the three genes (IFNK, MOB2KLB and C9orf72) into H4 cells that are known
to express these proteins. Success gene knockdown will then be confirmed by quantitative RT-PCR analysis of
mRNA and western blotting of cell lysates. Once knockdown is confirmed the student will investigate whether
Aspergillus causes infection in many ways, including opportunistic infection, chronic pulmonary and allergic aspergillosis. Probably t
Pernicious anaemia is a common autoimmune condition. It is often present in multiple family members and occurs
with other autoimmune conditions including thyroid disease and vitiligo. As part of a major genetic association study
we are undertaking clinical data collection.
The project will require sending questionnaires to patients with PA, collating and analysing information to undertake
TARGET is the first randomised controlled trial (RCT) of a pharmacogenetic test in the NHS. It compared adverse
drug reactions (ADRs) in patients treated with azathioprine who had undergone TPMT genotyping against standard
care. This project option will consider the history of previous ADRs in the study participant or their family members
and if this impacted on the incidence of ADRs in the trial. Consideration of comedication and other factors relevant to
Research into role models, professional and personal development throughout the undergraduate programme.
Audit into the use of protocol on cord pH monitoring in neonates.
Research questionnaire on parents views of cord pH measurement and 1 year follow-up.
To be confirmed
Health Services Research into delivery and organisation of patient care after admission to acute medical team.

Identification and characterisation of a novel inhibitor of cardiac hypertrophy
Immune thrombocytopenia purpura (ITP) is a rare disease which can affect children and results in low levels of platelets in their bloo

To create a comparison based on the available research between the two major medical humanitarian NGO's , Medicins Sans Fron
To investigate health and health care among refugees and asylum seekers in Greater Manchester.
Using both in-vitro and in-vivo analysis of cultures from diabetic foot wounds. This would involve both clinical and laboratory investig
Psychological therapies/psychopharmacology or a combination in depression. Looking at efficacy in patients presenting with differen
-- Carrying out a selected review, looking at illness perceptions and health seeking behaviour in depression
-- Carrying out secondary analysis using data from an exploratory trial in depressed British Pakistani women and
Investigation of paradoxical cerebral embolisation as a cause of cerebral injury in patients on long-term maintenance haemodialysis


The aim of this research project is to look at the neurobiological factors associated with resilience to depression. We will be explorin
To analyse data collected in the European Male Ageing Study to determine the effect of ageing on different aspects of health and q
Null hypothesis: The imposition of a four hour time limit to A&E admissions has no detrimental effect to initial
diagnostic and management outcomes.

Aims:
- To ascertain whether patient safety is maintained to an acceptable standard while following government targets
- To do this by comparing guidelines on initial management of major conditions and actions taken within the A&E and
EAU departments
Objectives:
1.    Devise a scoring system for assessing severity of C.difficile disease
2.    Carry out a retrospective case note review of previous C.difficile toxin positive patients using the proposed
scoring system
3.    Simultaneously score new C.difficile toxin positive in-patients at UHSM and follow up
4.    Assess the predictive value of the scoring system, recommending any refinements if necessary
5.    Comment on the severity of disease and outcome of C.difficile toxin positive patients being admitted to UHSM

Description: The role of Endothelial Progenitor Cells (EPCs) in the human placenta is unknown but they may be
involved in normal and abnormal placental development, i.e. intrauterine growth restriction. We have recently shown
EPCs to be present in cord blood and that they incorporate into placental vessels in the laboratory, but this does not
prove their presence in the human placenta per se.
Aims: To prove EPCs reside in the human placenta and show that fetal EPCs (in cord blood) integrate into the
placenta and adopt either venous or arterial characteristics, depending on the vascular endothelial cells they interact
with.
An exploration of an ethical concept with the Institute of Science, Ethics and Innovation (iSEI).
An exploration of an ethical concept with the Institute of Science, Ethics and Innovation (iSEI).
Nephrin is a transmembrane protein expressed by glomerular podocytes. It is mutated in congenital nephriotic
syndrome of the Finnish type highlighting the importance of this protein in maintaining the integrity of the glomerular
filtration barrier. This study will investigate the role of nephrin in cell adhesion and matrix production. With proteomic
analysis of cell derived matrices from wild type and nephrin deficient podocytes, a detailed comparison of matrix
protein interactions will be made.

•	  Brief description of what the student will do	
Under direct supervision the student will:
1.Perform podocyte cell culture
2.Perform Western blotting for integrin receptors
3.Perform flow cytometry for surface expression of integrin receptors
Assist in ongoing research project and perform own study based on the above titile.
A phenomenological study of musicians as therapists. The study will involve interviewing musicians about the thereputic benefits of
It is known that the GI tract recognises nutrients via specific cell receptors, mainly on enteroendocrine cells. Nutrient-induced signa
Research into the chest wall thickness of military personnel with regard to finding the optimum needle length for emergency tension
Changing medical education course through the use of virtual patients and readily available online resources.
Comparative study of the abortion laws in several countries and their impact on maternal and foetal health.

Research into the inhibition of growth hormones in children
Investigation in to the prevalence of pain in Parkinsonian diseases, the type of pain experienced, the causes of this pain and the po
Research into Pain in Parkinson's Disease
The results of the randomised patients has been recently presented, however there are other interesting analyses
that could be performed on the trial data. Two analyses are proposed:
1.Effect of targeted radiotherapy on the outcome of intermediate risk patients on the chemotherapy arm.
Patients on the chemotherapy arm have radiotherapy if they presented with extramedullary disease. The possible
impact on outcome is investigated by comparing the outcome of those who received radiotherapy to those who did
not.

2.Outcome of patients intended to receive SCT. The effect of the following factors on outcome will be assessed:
a.Gender
b.Risk group
c.Site of relapse
d.Immunophenotype
e.Donor type
f.MRD status at weeks 5 & 13
g.Cytogenetics
                     Two questionnaires dealing with information related to breast cancer
                     risk have been sent to women in the breast screening population,
                     approximately two years apart. This project will look at consistency of
                     responses, particularly in declaration of weight, and also see whether
                     there were differences between the groups of women who responded on each
                     occasion.
                     Little is known about outcome meaurement in forensic psychiatric services. Baseline measures of symptom improvement and risk w
                     To examine the relationship between prognostic factors with radiological outcome and quality of life in oesophagogastric cancer.
                     Melatonin is a nocturnally secreted hormone, with chronobiological, anti-oxidative and immunostimulatory properties, which is likely

                     Measurement of pressure within the eye (intraocular pressure - IOP) is required for treatment of glaucoma (a
                     condition in which pressure within the eye is raised). Accurate measurements require a cooperative patient. This is
                     difficult to achieve in the conscious child. Measurements are most commonly obtained under general anaesthesia,
                     and are often used in the decision to proceed with surgery.

                     General anaesthesia is believed to alter IOP. IOP in relation to general anaesthesia has been studied, however most
                     reports concern adult patients with normal eyes. There are few studies involving children, and very few involving

                     This is a clinical based research and my role will be looking at the effect of this device/ delivery system on vein
                     diameters
                     take 6 to 8 leukaemogenic tyrosine kinase oncogenes and express them in a common background cell line. then measure their effe
                     Understanding what patients believe to be the cause of their illness can lead the way to better patient education,
                     improved adherence to treatment and potentially better long term outcomes. This research project involves the
                     analysis of a large dataset of children with new onset inflammatory arthritis (primarily juvenile idiopathic arthritis). As


                     Quantification of LOX and LOXL in photoprotected and photoexposed skin in response to aging.
s undergoing intensive care?
                     This audit aims to compare AMH to follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in predicting subgroups of subfertile women who undergo IVF


                     Audit of compliance with critical care nutrition guidelines
                     Using an existing database, patient notes and liasing with the pathology department monitoring whether or
                     I will be conducting an audit of fluid administration pre, peri and post-operatively and to assess patients' ilealnot different fluid regime
                     pouches.


                      Aim: to audit the number of positive investigations performed for possible thrombotic events during pregnancy and
                      assess whether any of the scoring systems used in adults could be used in these patients. Also to audit the length of
                      hospital stay and follow up for these patients.
                      Methods: patients will be identified who have undergone Doppler ultrasound of the leg veins, VQ scans and
                      Audit of Analgesia for Palatal-Facial Surgery at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. The study is to assess the adequacy of a
                      Working with the PCT and emergency department in reducing the numbers coming through to the assessment unit. Currently 50% o
                      Look into certain aspects of care of the Medicine review clinics for children and adolescents with ADHD for example percentages of
ection and by radiotherapy using VOISS and GRBAS
                      comparing the oxygen therapy given by paramedics to the current JRCALC guidelines. Feedback to the ambulance crews would be
                      The audit aims to assess the success and impact of this new service offered at RMCH. I will be working with a wide range of health
                      Assess Compliance with Trust Sepsis Pathway, Time Taken to Implement Pathway and Associated Outcomes.
                      which areas of spasticity and neuropathic pain and helped by sativex cannabinoid spray.

                     comparing data collected this year with data collected last year. Also, comparing data with national data bases. Exact title not yet de
                     A service evaluation loking at the patients which the chlamydia screening office refer to GUM with a history of pelvic
                     pain, how many attend, how many attend, how many are offered pelvic examination by the doctor, how many are
                     diagnised with PID, develop PID and what treatment is given. To determine whether the refferals are appropiate,
Using data collected as part of the EU “new molecules in mood disorders―        project I intend to analyse the effect
of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) genotype on patients’ performance on a paired associated-learning
(PAL) task.
PAL tasks are normally used to asses both visual memory and new learning to assess patient’s with dementia or
cognitive impairment. However I intend to use this task to identify a link between performance and the BDNF minor
allele (A, 66Met) genotype. I predict that the presence of the minor allele will result in worse outcomes on the task
based on the evidence that minor allele carriers ruminate significantly less than major allele carriers.

Rumination is the repetitive and passive focus on thoughts and is thought to be a maladaptive style of thinking
associated with psychological disorders especially depression. However rumination has actually been shown to
improve performance on cognitive tasks due to the rethinking process.

Before August 2008 patients recieved care from the same consultant when they were both an outpatient and an
inpatient. However, during recent years there has been an increased demand for psychiatric services and the 'New
Ways of Working' report proposed changes to the way the psychiatry services ran inpatient and outpatient care.
  From Aug 08 the changes were put into place, these changes meant that now one consultant cares for inpatients
and a different consultant cares for outpatients. Thus if a patient is being managed in the community by one
consultant, when this patient requires hospitalisation, then a different consultant will care for them whilst they are an
What do we use in theatre?
The role of different fluids dependent on case
Pre-op management: fluids prescribed, when fluids stopped and type of fluid used
An audit to look at the types of organisms found in lines in intensive care, as per trust guidelines.
The aim of the project is to look at how several units around Manchester use the recovery-based approach for patients suffering fro

audit in the area of Child Psychiatry, either ADHD or Autism-to be discussed with tutor
Auditing current practice in A&E using NICE guidance as the standard, and comparing results to the departments previous C-spine
To retrospectively audit whether neonates with presumed sepsis are given antibiotic treatment for longer than necessary, according
I am going to re-audit an audit already done, then I am going to do my own audit in paracetamol overdose
Investigating the levels of immunosuppression, co-infections, investigations, treatments and clinical outcomes of transplant patients
A questionaire survey to evaluate the knowledge of Cervical Cancer, HPV and the current HPV vaccine in the Manchester commun
Questionaire based audit to assess patient satisfaction following treatment. Using two study groups from different years e.g. from 20
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV) is a ventilation strategy used with some efficacy in children and adults with acute res
Biochemical free survival, overall survival and late toxicity in patients treated with a hypofractionated radiotherapy protocol 57Gy/19
Review the literature in regards to the causes, investigations and management of blackouts.
Review the 2009 european guidelines and compare with previous 2004 guidelines.
Perform an audit of patients referred to db clinics for tilt table investigations.
Analyze data and compare and contrast with 2004 audit results
Undertake gap analysis
Generate action plan
to document the benefits of docetaxel in prostatic cancer with metastasis

Accurate record keeping is vital to good patient care. The patient’s notes provide a legal record of events. There
is evidence of substandard completion of anaesthetic records. This criterion audit aims to elucidate the extent of this.

Looking at blood pressure and parathyroid hormone levels in pre-dialysis patients before and after vitamin D supplementation.
Jessie will review the literature that looks at the evidence behind NHS Health checks, as well as the political
pressures that have encouraged them to be adopted. How well can they predict vascular disease? Can they
identifying those at high risk, reduce morbidity and mortality and are they cost effective? Jessie will then carry out an
audit of our general practice population to identify those that are considered high risk according to the information
available from patient records. The practice will initiate health checks and Jessie will select some patients to write
retrospective case reports on.




Comparison of stroke and cardiovascular outcome (that is death, heart failure, peripheral vascular disease, etc) in South Asians wit
Child protection audit,

Look at a sample of newly diagnosed gestational diabetics for:
1) Variability - good or poor blood glucose control during pregnancy, use of HbA1c as a in assessment of quality of
control viable?
2) Management - How was the diabetes managed and how does this compare to current trust guidelines?
3) Outcomes - Gestation, mode of delivery, birth weight of the baby, number of infants sent to SCBU?

The student will have the opportunity to learn about the processes and best practice in relation to safeguarding within
the Trust and theQuality Improvement framework. The student will collect and analyse data from medical records via
an agreed proforma which has been developed from Trust Standards in the Safeguarding Policy. There will be the
opportunity to present the findings to senior managers within the Trust and a report will be produced.




Method:
The student will have the opportunity to learn about the processes and best practice in relation to safeguarding within
the Trust and theQuality Improvement framework. The student will collect and analyse data from medical records via
an agreed proforma which has been developed from Trust Standards in the Safeguarding Policy. There will be the
opportunity to present the findings to senior managers within the Trust and a report will be produced.




Method:
PCI saves lives and reduces the risk of reinfarction in patients with acute coronary syndromes, whereas in patients
with stable angina it relieves symptoms but provides no benefit in terms of reducing mortality or the risk of myocardial
infarction. Accordingly, current guidelines recommend PCI in stable patients only if their angina is limiting despite
optimal medical therapy. It is thought that many procedures are being carried out in inappropriate circumstances on
patients with no or minimal symptoms and without objective evidence of myocarfdial ischaemia; this has major
implications for the use of resources and service planning.

1. Literature review: current guidelines from ESC and ACC/AHA and
APS is an extremely rare condition, comprising complex and concurrent endocrine disorders, such as Addison's
disease and hypothyroidism, among others.

The RMCH has a comparatively large population of APS patients (around 20), and it is proposed that the clinical

Auditing all the notes of severely pregnant women following a standard proforma. We also expect that this might help us set up a da

Audit on lung function tests in patients with rheumatoid arthritis prior to starting on methotrexate, and subsequent adverse respirator

Induction of labour is conducted in around 20% of pregnant women for a variety of indications. The usual method of
induction is cervical priming with prostaglandin, followed by artificial rupture of the membranes and infusion of
oxytocin. The National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence issue guidelines for this procedure against which
we must audit our practice. St Mary's Hospital has recently instituted a series of changes in clinical practice with
regard to induction of labour in order to improve patient care. This has involved the use of a dedicated bay for
women undergoing induction of labour in July 2009, followed by a change in the type of prostaglandin used from
November 2009. This audit will assess the impact of these changes on achievement of audit standards.


Aim: To re-audit induction of labour protocols against a series of standards derived from local protocol and NIHCE
guidelines.


Methods: Retrospective review of case notes to collect data on a standard proforma. Analysis of data to document
This project will audit patients with parkinson's disease using an existing pro forma based on NICE guidelines, find any areas for im
To review the accuracy of HYCOSY scan in detecting tubal abnormalities in relation to laparoscopic findings.
To review the effectiveness of the test in diagnosing the cause of subfertility.
Help in creating an audit proforma which will then be used to collect information. I will be responsible for collecting the data by doing
                     The majority of patients undergoing ophthalmic surgical procedures have local anaesthetics. For major ophthalmic
                     surgical procedures, intraorbital blocks are used. The intention of this audit is to assess the experience of patients
                     undergoing surgery under intraorbital anaesthesia. Data will compared against that obtained in a large published
                     audit of intraorbital blocks.
                     Audit of the use of subcutaneous methotrexate.
                     To investigate the attitudes GPs may have about the prescription of altitude drugs pre-expedition, followed by education, followed b
                     Clinical pregnancy and live birth success rates from clinical IVF treatment depend on a wide variety of factors
                     including female age and clinical history and male factors. Success rates in the programme are monitored in terms
                     of key performance indicators (KPIs). This research project will examine the impact of a variety of factors on
                     An audit on malaria looking at the time of presentation to reporting of first positive malaria film. Medical staff and laboratory delays
                     Audit of post-operative complications of hip replacement involving the opera acetabular component

                     Follow on from previous project option, obtaining more quantitive information
                     This audit aims to evaluate whether alcohol and smoking cessation advice is given to post surgical head and neck
                     cancer patients and whether the guidelines set out by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence - Improving
                     Outcomes in Head and Neck Cancers have been adhered to,


                     An audit into checklist use and if it helps do the wardround jobs
                     Looking at how IV antibiotics are used in patients with cystic fibrosis, whether they receive the full recommended amount and wheth

                     management of chronic illness in primary care. Either hypertension and cholesterol or rheumatoid arthritis

                     This project will look at the reasons behind attendance to the PANDA unit at Hope Hospital and will aim to determine if attendances
                     This project option will allow me to learn about the process of auditing.

                     I will be reviewing all aspects of the prescribing of anti-psychotics such as:
                     Which anti-psychotic(s) the patient is taking?
                     Is prescribed within BNF limits?
                     If the indications are clearly stated?

                     I will learn in great detail about anti-psychotics; how they work, the indications for their use, the correct doses and the
                     My aim is to take a group of patients who already have diagnosed cervical cancer and look back through how they presented, i.e. at
                     The consultant has given me a temporary title as he is still unsure of what he wants me to do.
                     This is a first audit - we have
                     > guidelines produced by IOG (Improving Outcomes Guidance) for Upper GI
                     > cancers. We have a proposal to fast-track patients through the system
                     > who are potentially operable and this audit will look critically at
                     > delays in the pathway.
and emerging future treatment options
                     integration with PBL cases, theatre event support and inclusion of aspects of communication within the the paediatric part of the F a
                     1. To look at the natural history of facial palsy post skull base surgery so informed advice can be given to patients
                     regarding prognosis


                     Audit on management of acute coronary syndrome patients and review the drugs which are prescribed
                     The student will complete a database by revieweing case notes and electronic databases of patients who have undergone endovas
                     The intention is to gain an understanding of the management of trauma and medical emergencies.

                     Whilst gaining clinical experience I will be also performing an audit for EMSAG (emergency medicine speciality audit
                     group) where my data will be representing Hope Hospital for a wider audit into the North West of England.

                     Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Emergency Medicine, Stott Lane, Salford

                     title - to be decided
                      I will look at kidney function in all acutely ill patients. This will involve me looking at creatinine, eGFR, drugs etc and working out w
                     An audit to look at outcome of cardiac arrests, as well as management with therapeutic hypothermia.
                     Audit of the outcome of women who have undergone laporoscopic hysterectomies compared to open hysterectomies.
                     Aim and objectives: To review the operative details of Mr. Wilson's patients who have had breast expander/implant
                     procedures in the last eight years. We will compare and analyse the number of patients and the complication rates of
                     this procedure with the data gathered from published articles.

                     Description: This is a retrospective analysis of Mr. Wilson's patients which will involve looking at the relevant data
                     A cross site retorspective audit of the management of teenage pregnancy in east lancs. To assess the quality of care in this particul
                     Devise my own audit proforma and apply it to acute medical admissions to see if they have been correctly risk assessed and started
                     I will undertake an audit of urgent cancer referrals for all types of cancer over a set period of time. I will be looking at whether the ap
                     Retrospective audit of outcomes of jaundice clinic and follow up of abnormal blood results
                     An audit to assess whether patients from the less privileged wards of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan receiving equal and appro
                     - To collect data for infants on the NICU over the last 5 years.

                     - To determine a number of outcomes for the babies; including average
                     length of stay in the unit, mortality rate, ventilation duration etc.

                     This will be useful to the NICU in term
                     The success rates of the punctoplasty procedure will be looked at.
                     Audit to look at the indications for sweat tests carried out in RPH in the last 5 years and to look at the results of these sweat tests.
                     Protein Losing
                     Enteropathy/bacterial overgrowth in patients post bariatric surgery

                     Determining how patients interpret information given to them by doctors using a questionnaire.
                     Description: CT colongraphy is a relatively new way of imaging the large intestine. It avoids the possible
                     complications associated with other techniques of imaging the large bowel such as perforation and does not require
                     sedation. The technique invovles insufflation of the large bowel with air or carbon dioxide. CT images are then taken
                     and the information is manipulated to produce a virtual, 3-dimensional run-through of the bowel. This is interperated
                     by a radiologist who looks for evidence of polyps or possible cancerous growths.
                     Paediatric Diabetes - title undecided

                     An auditSSC: symptomatic and screen-detected breast cancers diagnosed in 2004
                     Aims of of all
                     ?literature review of this area of care,
                     ?to help me update the NW guidelines;
                     ?to audit what we are doing at present;
                     ?to undertake a national postal questionnaire of Obstetricians in the UK to see how these patients are managed
                     nationally

                     Carrying out an audit to look into whether or not the centre is fufilling NICE guidelines with regard to the use of anti-TNF therapy. Th
                     An Audit of the Management of Bleeding Oesophageal and Gastric Varices at South Manchester University Hospital

                     1. To ascertain the incidence and prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in central Manchester.
                     2. To compare vitamin D deficiency in diabetics and non-diabetic patients.
                     3. To compare vitamin D deficiency in various ethnic groups.
                     4. To analyse treatment regimens and policies in the sub-groups.
                     5. To calculate effectiveness of treatment policies in place for vitamin D deficiency.

gnosed with psychosis
                    To increase clinical knowledge and gain experience in the department of HIV and Sexual Health along with an audit within HIV in pr
                    To examine the blood screen tests for children with suspected Malaria and correlate any repetitive presenting symptoms.
1) Obtain experience in the basic aspects of paediatrics, becoming
confident working with children, the diagnosis & management of common
paediatric conditions & recognising the sick child.
2) Paediatric haematology & BMT in a tertiary care setting
3) Role of the MDT in BMT
4) To complete a clinical research project or audit in the above
Examine histories of young people referred to Emerge in its 3rd year and risk assess substance abuse in these often vulnerable you
I will review all the patients with a birth weight of less than 1.5kg that have been admitted to Royal Bolton Hospital neonatal unit in th
Retrospective case note survey of the H1N1 epidemic due this winter to see what proportion of admitted patients are affected by va
Retrospectively audit all glucose results on an electronic charting system in critical care and correlate this to outcome.
Preoperative visiting by anaesthetists should be an essential part of
anaesthetic practice. The purpose of the project as described above
is to audit whether this is being done in every case and also to what
level as evidenced by completion of the preoperative section of the
patient’s anesthetic chart. It is our aim to ascertain patient satisfac-	
tion with this process to see if the training guidelines fulfill patient
expectations and to examine this process from the anaesthetists’ 	
viewpoint to ascertain if there are any organisational factors which
impede this process from taking place satisfactorily. This project has
also been highlighted and endorsed by the Health Care Commis-
sion as being a necessary part of the audit cycle at UHSM.
To perform an audit on referrals to a nurse-run psychiatric outpatient clinic.
This project builds on previous research supervised by Prof Summerton. Previous work looked at patients’ desire for spiritual is
The use of corticosteroids for patients with known metastatic malignancy is indicated for both specific and non-
specific symptoms. However, they must be used with caution due to their side effects and the dangers of sudden
cessation. As such the British National Formulary advises that all patients on high dose corticosteroids must be
given a steroid treatment card with their prescription and advised to carry this card on their person at all times in case
of emergency. However it has been suggested that this recommendation is not always put into practice.
I will carry out an audit to find out whether patients at Willow Wood Hospice with known metastatic malignancy who

Audit of the rate of deep infection in house and resource use in dealing with infected joints as a whole


By looking through the medical notes of children who undergone an orchidopexy within a particular period the last
Following patients with Downs syndrome being followed up by Broadoaks and Willows community centre in of time, I10 years to dete
will find out the reasons for orchidopexies to be carried out, the mean age they're referred to the hospital by GP if it
was a case of undescended testis and subsequently conduct an audit about it.


Working in the Willink centre to review the outcomes of patients with organic acidaemias, focusing on propionic and methylmalonic
This would involve learning about all aspects of peripheral vascular disease including clinical management, radiological imaging and
To audit the care pathway taken for patients that come in with nose fractures.
To conduct an audit into the hospital guidelines, suspected and actual cases of swine flu in 2009.
Tbc
An audit and literature review comparing sciatic nerve blocks with the gold standard epidural as a form of post-operative analgesia.
The aims of this project include analysis of data to assess the changes in the nutritional status of neurologically
impaired children, following surgery to treat gastro-oesophageal reflux disease. Further to this, I aim to study existing
data and research to ascertain whether comparing weight changes before and after surgery is appropriate to assess
nutritional status and further, if there are alternative measurements that could assess this more adequately.
Outcome of lumbar microdecompression surgery using validated outcome measures

By the time a patient with chronic kidney disease (CKD) requires dialysis, the exact aetiology should already be
established in the majority of cases. Diagnosis can be made either clinically or histologically - renal biopsy being the
gold standard. There are currently no definitive criteria for when to perform a biopsy; however for diagnostic
purposes and to guide treatment, it is generally recommended if a patient has clinical features such as haematuria,
proteinuria and/or progressive renal impairment.
A clinical study looking into the predictive ability of routine antenatal testing in assessing the prognosis of
hypertension during pregnancy.

An audit of patients undergoing fast track surgery that will analyse the outcome of the patients, based on the amount of fluid patien
A participation audit examining post diagnostic feedback from the autistic spectrum disorder assessments undertaken by the CAMH
-To obtain patient perception of vaginal birth after Caesarean section at early pregnancy, term and after delivery
through interviews/questionnaires
TBC
An audit to determine whether best clinical practice is being used in terms of warfarinised head injury. It will be a retrospective study
Undecided

   audit the effectiveness VTE commonest endocrine investigations carried out in the in establishing endocrine
To look at the incidence ofof thefollowing laparoscopic bariatric surgery while taking PIU measures of prophylaxis that we adopt into
diagnosis, as well as its performance and whether it makes any difference to treatment.

Survival rates given to patients via different public organisations are determined via epidemiology, but how accurate are these figure
Primary Care Trusts encourage GPs to follow the PBC (Practice Bases Commissioning) in order to provide cost
effective medical care. Unscheduled admissions cost a lot of money. It will be appropriate to look at the causes for
such admissions so that steps can be taken to provide effective preventive measures.

Specific questions to be addressed: Identify the patients who were admitted within a certain period i.e during last 6
months or 12 months
Were these patients known to have cardiac problem?
were these patients on Prophylaxis for IHD?
were they on the IHD Register under QOF?
were they regularly reviewed?
Did these patients ring the GP surgery before dialling 999?
A review of the how adaptations have been made in new or modified psychological interventions in the UK for the
treatment of depression in ethnic minorities.

This will encompass interventions that have been specifically developed for the intended use with ethnic minorities
as well as those that have been adapted from existing ones.

Cystic Fibrosis

Aims: To identify treatment practice for treatment of children with
chronic ITP.

Methods: Email of questionnaire to all paediatricians previously
identified as treating children with chronic ITP.
Audit in Orthopaedics- Audit of early results of hip arthroscopy for early hip OA
Azathioprine is currently a steroid-sparing drug used for treatment and control of inflammatory bowel disease, mainly
Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis. It is most effective at a dose of 2.5 mg/kg, however, it is also most toxic
at this dosage. The question remains potent, as to how much drug should we administer, and for how long should the
patient be on the drug. A withdrawal study by Candy et al on the use of azathioprine in the management of
Crohn’s disease showed a flare-up in the condition when the drug is withdrawn. 	

However, there have been attempts to administer azathioprine at a reduced dose for maintenance purposes. The
maximum dose may only be needed for treatment, when the inflammatory bowel disease presented at its most acute
and demanding attention. However it is possible that they may need a lower dose (hence, lower toxicity and potential
side effects) to maintain control.
Children presented with GOR are successfully managed with fundoplication. However, the outcome of this procedure
is poor in children with severe neurological impairment. An alternative treatment, a total oesophago-gastric
dissociation (TEGD) with PEG feeding was proposed for this group of children and found to have positive
outcomes.
The purpose of this meta-analysis project is:
1. to study cases of TEGD in neurologically impaired children
presented with GOR from published literatures and journals.
To evaluate the efficacy of chemotherapy in endometrial cancer
Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease and as a
result, cardiovascular disease prophylaxis is given to many patients with CKD. While the increased risk is partly
accounted for by the shared risk factors of CKD and cardiovascular disease, other cardiovascular disease risk
factors which are especially found in patients with CKD such as raised inflammatory and prothrombotic factors as
well as decreased haemoglobin levels also play a role. It is therefore imperative that the cardiovascular disease risk

Since 2007 Penile cancer services across the UK have been centralised in line with DoH Improving Outcomes Guidance. We have
This project will be supervised by Dr F Blackhall, The Christie and Dr Bill Newman, Genetics, Central Manchester /
St Mary's Hospital. The audit will establish the frequency, success and turnaround time of tumour mutation testing
for patients presenting with lung cancer who are eligible for the targeted therapy, gefitinib. Clinical factors that are
Analysis of data from local maternity information system compared with national standards

An audit of the use of vasopressors in the intensive care unit at the Royal Salford Foundation Trust.
An audit looking into the selection of quad-lumen central lines, and the usage (or otherwise) of each lumen. The
objective is to find out whether quad lumen lines with 3-way taps, which are used as standard protocol in the trust,
are sometimes unnecessary routes of infection for patients because not all lumens are eventually put to use.




Questions to be addressed:
a)What is the effect of bariatric surgery on thyroid hormone status in people with obesity?
b)What are the implications for those on thyroxine therapy?
Thyroid function tests form part of routine screening for candidates for bariatric surgery, and are also checked during
postoperative follow-up visits. This audit will retrospectively assess TSH and thyroid hormone concentrations and
body weight at three time points: preoperatively and postoperatively at 12 ? 3 months and 24 ? 5 months. Data will

The Winnicot Centre recieves 426 referrals a year of which about 400 are accepted.
I will assess:
How many of them attended the new patient clinic?
How many completed assessment – initial assessment, school visit, formulation and treatment plan.	
What was the formulation/diagnosis of the assessment-ICD 10 diagnosis
What the referral letter said.
Does the referral letter reflect the underlying psychiatric disorder?

Period of study would be Jan 2009-December 09
Not emergency referrals – no OD’s from the ward	
Urgent and routine
Method all new referral during these period

Proforma: Each clinician will have to complete their own case.




Aim to look at 6-weeks worth of retrospective and prospective data on how infants (birth to 1 year old) are treated when presenting t
looking at coagulation problems in MPD patients
To monitor outcomes after knee surgery a variety of scores are available. A previous student study evaluated how scores change i
DEVELOPING A NEW TREATMENT GUIDELINE FOR MRI EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

A retrospective audit looking at developmental status of a cohort of 82 HIV positive children in the Greater Manchester area.

The North West children's tumour registry contains a wealth of information including: tumour type, patient demographics, treatment
an audit into the treatment of primary school children with epilepsy and learning disabilities

To review literature regarding drug allergies in children with CF
To audit the reporting of drug allergy in paediatric CF patients at Wythenshawe Hospital

To find the quality of diabetic foot care received by patients and to see if it has an effect in reducing the number of amputations due
I will be using a data set of 80 patients who were suffering from symptomatic carotid artery stenosis. The data includes carotid dopp
To study in depth the outcome and organ function after heart surgery
To study in depth the outcome and organ function after heart surgery
Using video of injury mechanisms vs. injury patterns on scans and arthroscopy findings
The majority of SHA in UK are failing to meet their Chlamydia screening targets. Whilst trying to find novel ways of screening the po
Audit in paediatrics
The aim for this audit is to determine the factors causing pancreatic graft failure and mortality in Manchester following meeting the c

Description
An audit into an area of peadiatric healthcare.

Aims and Objectives
To develop the skills required to conduct an audit. This will involve identifying areas where there is a
deficiency/overlap in practice and also identify areas of good practice. In reviewing this, I aim to set standards where

Looking at the written programmes for the Family and Children module across all four base hospitals.
Checking that the programme was actually delivered as
stated and comparing and analysing the content and process against the
Intended Learning Outcomes for the induction or block.
The study also needs to gather
student feedback from across the sites on aspects of positive learning
and aspects for improvement.


I will be focussing particularly on the moral and ethical implications surrounding the money spent on these children
and the allocation of resources. Although this is where the main part of what my project will be focussed on, it has the
potential to expand into different areas of disscussion also, I am currently talking to the parents of a few children on

Patient survey investigating the knowledge, perceptions and actions of overweight paediatric patients

Case-note audit of the Hope Adrenal Service's current management of adrenal patients identified with an adrenal nodule with a view

How well the A & E Department matchs up to the guidelines
Audit in MRSA in IFU patients and the impact on patient outcome considering they represent an immunocompromised population
To see whether there is a difference in prevalence in medical students as compared to the general population, why this is and how t

Looking through the notes of patients to evaluate the outcomes of palliative chemotherapy for bladder cancer over a 5 year period.
whether the current management criteria of neonatal jaundice in RPH is upto standard according to the new NICE guidelines.
A statistical evaluation of data from the register of genetic syndromes in order to produce life expectancy graphs for males and fema
Looking at the RCOG latest guidelines and other literature on multiple pregnancies, how they should be managed, and what their de
Audit examining the management of Atrial Fibrillation at Chorley District General Hospital in comparison to the NICE guidelines.
Placement within General Surgery Dept in Wigan (RAEI) gaining experience of general surgery and also perfoming relavant audits
The aim is to identify diabetic complications in pancreas and renal transplant patients and whether there is a
difference pre and post graft, and what factors are involved i.e what complications, age at transplant, ethnicity,
A comparison between the older in-patient method of pre-op care to the new outpatient style. Comparisons will be drawn from using
An audit of the respiratory follow-up arrangements after surgical repair of neonatal tracheo-oesophageal fistulae in the Royal Manch
Evaluation of the POSSUM and P-POSSUM system devised for physiologic and operative scoring in bariatric surgery to predict mo
The joint vulval clinic at St Marys Hospital provides help for women with complex benign vulval disease. The clinic is
led by a multi-disciplinary team and is the only one of it's kind in the North West receiving referrals from a wide
geographical area. It appears that increasing numbers of women are being referred to the service and therefore it is
important to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of the service. This will help to identify areas for improvement
and ensure the best use of the this limited resource.
The aim of the project is to evaluate:

the referral pathway for women attending the clinic
the range of diagnoses made and the most common diagnosis
the treatment modalities used
the changes in referral pattern over time
Analysis and interpretation of current data and application of this to the practice of medicine.

This project aims to identify which patients suffer complications following chemotherapy. This will involve looking at a continuously u
The screening process will be audited against national standards
I plan to carry out a retrospective case note review looking at the unmet needs of patients with heart failure at Wigan, Wrightington
Compare outcome of distal femoral fractures following a change in surgical practice over the last couple of years from using intrame
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Prof James Thompson                      james.thompson@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Richard Sawyer                        Richard.Sawyer@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Susan Davidson 1                      Susan.Davidson@christie.nhs.uk
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Mr. John de-Carpentier                   john.decarpentier@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Anthony Freemont                    tony.freemont@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Eamonn McKiernan                      eamonn.mckiernan@lthtr.nhs.uk




Prof Ian Anderson                        ian.anderson@manchester.ac.uk




Prof Duncan Mcgrouther                   duncan.a.mcgrouther@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Indi Banerjee                         indi.banerjee@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Sanjay Arya                           sanjay.arya@wwl.nhs.uk
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Dr Vijay Nathoo                          vijay.nathoo@talk21.com
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Prof Kevin Mackway-Jones                 Kevin.Mackway-Jones@cmft.nhs.uk
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Dr Nasim Chaudhry                        nasim.chaudhry@gmw.nhs.uk
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Dr Swaminathan Kannan                    swaminathan.kannan@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Antonino Morabito                     antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk


Dr Stephanie Snow                        stephanie.snow@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ralph Mackinnon                       Ralph.Mackinnon@manchester.ac.uk


Dr Louise O'Connor                       Louise.OConnor@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Simon Cocksedge                       simon.cocksedge@manchester.ac.uk
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Dr Colin Lumsden        colin.lumsden@manchester.ac.uk
Prof John Harris        john.harris@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Maureen Thorniley    maureen.s.thorniley@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Catharine West     catharine.west@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Andrew Renehan       andrew.renehan@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Paul Beatty          paul.beatty@manchester.ac.uk

Dr A Siddiq Pulakal     Siddiq.Pulakal@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Kanna Gnanalingham   kanna.gnanalingham@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Judith Hoyland     judith.a.hoyland@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Peter Bunting        peter.bunting@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Simon Carley       simon.carley@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr Anne Armstrong       Anne.Armstrong@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Aash Vyas            aashish.vyas@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Margaret Kingston    margaret.kingston@cmft.nhs.uk
Prof Andrew Boulton     andrew.j.boulton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Patrick Macdowall   patrick.Macdowall@lthtr.nhs.uk

Prof Anthony Whetton    tony.whetton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Fildes         james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Fildes         james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk




Dr James Fildes         james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Mary Wilson          Mary.Wilson@uhsm.nhs.uk
Prof Caroline Boggis    caroline.boggis@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Susan Astley         sue.astley@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Kish Pursnani        kish.pursnani@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Richard Newton       Richard.Newton@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Edward Estlin        edward.estlin@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Ralph Mackinnon      Ralph.Mackinnon@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John Butler          John.Butler@cmft.nhs.uk
Prof Kevin Mackway-Jones   Kevin.Mackway-Jones@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Anthony Akobeng         anthony.akobeng@manchester.ac.uk




Mr Paul Cool               Paul.cool@rjah.nhs.uk
Dr Vijay Nathoo            vijay.nathoo@talk21.com
Dr Sue Huson               susan.huson@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Paul Cool              Paul.cool@rjah.nhs.uk
Mrs Clare Inkster         clare.inkster@rbh.nhs.uk

Dr. A N Thomas            tony.thomas@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Winston De Mello       wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr Jeremy Holland         jeremy.holland@srft.nhs.uk
Dr M A Harris             Margaret.Harris@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Mary Wilson            Mary.Wilson@uhsm.nhs.uk



Dr. John Ealing           john.ealing@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Jonathan Shaffer       jonathan.l.shaffer@manchester.ac.uk



Dr Alexander Thomson      Alexander.Thomson@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Vincent Lee            vincent.lee@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Simon Wallis           simon.wallis@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Dr Hedley Emsley          hedley.emsley@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Timothy David        t.david@manchester.ac.uk
Dr David Bourne           David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Susan Astley           sue.astley@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Jonathan Shaffer       jonathan.l.shaffer@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Edward Estlin          edward.estlin@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Rosemary Jane Morton   rosemaryjane.morton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Suzanne Coney          suzanne.coney@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr. Mike Rothera           michael.rothera@srft.nhs.uk
Dr. Dhia Mahmood           dhia.mahmood@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof John Harris           john.harris@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Jeremy Ward            jeremy.ward@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Kish Pursnani           kish.pursnani@lthtr.nhs.uk




Mr Ken Dunn                Ken.Dunn@uhsm.nhs.uk


Dr Lisa Barraclough        lisa.barraclough@christie.nhs.uk



Dr Swaminathan Kannan      swaminathan.kannan@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr J Eddleston             jane.eddleston@cmft.nhs.uk
Prof Aneez Esmail          aneez.esmail@manchester.ac.uk
Professor Tony Redmond     Tony.Redmond@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Ansy Egun               Ansy.Egun@lthtr.nhs.uk
Prof Shon Lewis            shon.lewis@manchester.ac.uk
Mrs Elizabeth Martindale   Elizabeth.martindale@elht.nhs.uk
Mr Ashok Paul              ashok.paul@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Mike Hayton             mikehayton@googlemail.com




Dr John Mclaughlin         john.mclaughlin@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Beena Nair              Beena.NAIR@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Claribel Cardozo        Claribel.Cardozo@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Rachael Barber          rachael.barber@manchester.ac.uk
Professor Tony Redmond     Tony.Redmond@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Amer Shoaib             amer.shoaib@stockport.nhs.uk
Prof Anthony Freemont      tony.freemont@manchester.ac.uk
Dr L Duane                 lorcan.duane@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Mahesh Yadav                    mahesh.yadav@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr Catherine Reed                  katie.reed@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Vicky Macewan                   vicky.macewan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Darren Walter                   darren.walter@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Anthony Freemont              tony.freemont@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Antonino Morabito               antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Vasken Ohanian                  vasken.ohanian@manchester.ac.uk


Mr John Mosley                     John.Mosley@wwl.nhs.uk


Dr Daniel Hindley                  dan.hindley@bolton.nhs.uk
Dr Jacqueline Ohanian              jacqueline.ohanian@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Roger Moore                     roger.moore@lthtr.nhs.uk

Prof David Mann                    david.m.mann@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. David New                      David.New@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Ruth Marshall                   ruth.marshall@cmft.nhs.uk




gerard.thompson@manchester.ac.uk
alan.jackson@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Ian Kamaly-Asl               ian.kamaly@nhs.net




Dr Umesh Chauhan                umesh.chauhan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Loretta Brabin        loretta.brabin@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Antonino Morabito     antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Umesh Chauhan         umesh.chauhan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Luciano Nardo         luciano.nardo@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Sue Huson             susan.huson@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Shuja Punekar         shuja.punekar@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr. Anu Trehan           anu.trehan@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Ian Pearce            Ian.Pearce@cmft.nhs.uk
Prof Ian Bruce           ian.bruce@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Edward Johnstone      edward.johnstone@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Wylie           James.Wylie@christie.nhs.uk
Dr F J Vilar             Javier.Vilar@pat.nhs.uk

Dr Nicky Barr            nicky.barr@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Ed Smith              Ed.Smith@christie.nhs.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1         asahmed@doctors.org.uk
Dr Andrew Renehan        andrew.renehan@christie.nhs.uk
Mr Leonard Funk          leonard.funk@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Ceri Dornan           ceri.dornan@nhs.net




Prof Jennifer Shaw       jennifer.j.shaw@manchester.ac.uk




Swinson Nicola           nicola.swinson@lancashirecare.nhs.uk


Prof Linda Gask          linda.gask@manchester.ac.uk




Mr M J Stuart            james.stuart@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Daniel Redfern        daniel.redfern@lthtr.nhs.uk




Dr Daniel Hindley        dan.hindley@bolton.nhs.uk
Professor Philip Kalra   philip.kalra@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Nizar Yonan          nizar.yonan@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Sarah Vause          sarah.vause@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ajay Dhaygude        ajay.dhaygude@lthtr.nhs.uk


Prof Charles Mccollum   charles.mccollum@manchester.ac.uk


Ashish Sukthankar       Ashish.Sukthankar@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr James Fildes         james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk

Dr. David New           David.New@srft.nhs.uk




Prof John Deakin        bill.deakin@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Aprajay Golash     aprajay.golash@lthtr.nhs.uk




Dr Maria Jeziorska    maria.jeziorska@manchester.ac.uk




Prof Catharine West   catharine.west@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Andrew Trafford    andrew.w.trafford@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Delvac Oceandy     delvac.oceandy@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Andrew Trafford    andrew.w.trafford@manchester.ac.uk
Dr James Fildes       james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Catharine West         catharine.west@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Stuart Pickering-Brown   spb@manchester.ac.uk
Prof David Denning          david.denning@manchester.ac.uk



Dr William Newman           william.newman@manchester.ac.uk



Dr William Newman           william.newman@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Isobel Braidman          isobel.braidman@manchester.ac.uk

Dr Richa Gupta              richa.gupta@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Christine Bundy          christine.bundy@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Anu Trehan              anu.trehan@srft.nhs.uk
Prof Caroline Boggis        caroline.boggis@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Elizabeth Cartwright     elizabeth.j.cartwright@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John Grainger            john.grainger@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Rachel Lennon            rachel.lennon@manchester.ac.uk
Professor Bertrand Taithe   bertrand.taithe@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Rebecca Farrington       farringtondr@hotmail.co.uk
Mr Frank Bowling            frank.bowling@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Nusrat Husain            nusrat.husain@manchester.ac.uk

Dr Nusrat Husain            nusrat.husain@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Charles Mccollum       charles.mccollum@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John Grainger            john.grainger@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Winston De Mello         wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Rebecca Elliott          rebecca.elliott@manchester.ac.uk
Frederick Wu                Frederick.Wu@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr. Anu Trehan              anu.trehan@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Mairi Cullen              Mairi.Cullen@uhsm.nhs.uk




Dr Ian Crocker               ian.crocker@manchester.ac.uk
Catherine Rhodes             Catherine.Rhodes-2@manchester.ac.uk
Prof John Harris             john.harris@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Rachel Lennon             rachel.lennon@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Shaheen Hamdy             shaheen.hamdy@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Timothy Dornan          tim.dornan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr John Mclaughlin           john.mclaughlin@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Winston De Mello          wdemello@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Colin Lumsden             colin.lumsden@manchester.ac.uk
Professor Margaret Brazier   Margaret.R.Brazier@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Louise Theodosiou         ltheodosiou@doctors.org.uk
Prof Peter Clayton           peter.clayton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Monty Silverdale 1        monty.silverdale@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Monty Silverdale 1        monty.silverdale@srft.nhs.uk




Prof Vaskar Saha             vaskar.saha@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Susan Astley         sue.astley@manchester.ac.uk
Prof Jennifer Shaw      jennifer.j.shaw@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Was Mansoor          Was.Mansoor@christie.nhs.uk
Dr James Fildes         james.fildes@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Gerard Byrne         ged.byrne@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Andrew Charlton      andrew.j.charlton@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Raymond Mcmahon      ray.mcmahon@manchester.ac.uk

Mr Mo Baguneid          M.baguneid@uhsm.nhs.uk
Prof Anthony Whetton    tony.whetton@manchester.ac.uk


Dr Kimme Hyrich         kimme.hyrich@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Mark Wareing         mark.wareing@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Akbar Vohra          akbar.vohra@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Rachel Watson        rachel.watson@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ian Dady             ian.dady@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Luciano Nardo        luciano.nardo@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Vicky Macewan        vicky.macewan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Alexander Heazell    alexander.heazell@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Thomas Owen          Thomas.Owen@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Evans         louise.evans@stockport.nhs.uk


Dr Simon Campbell       simon.campbell@cmft.nhs.uk



Dr Clare Tower          clare.tower@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Moataz Abdelrahman   moataz.abdelrahman@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Jane Connell         Jane.Connell@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Atkin         Louise.Atkin@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Phil Jones           Pjonesent@aol.com
Dr. Ronan O'Driscoll    ronan.o'driscoll@srft.nhs.uk
Mr John Bowen           john.bowen@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Thomas Owen          Thomas.Owen@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr David Shakespeare    david.shakespeare@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Geeta Wadhwa         geeta.wadhwa@nhs.net
Dr David Bourne         David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk


Dr Lorraine Lighton     lorraine.lighton@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Donald Macfoy        Donald.MacFoy@pat.nhs.uk




Dr N Allen              harry.allen@mhsc.nhs.uk


Dr Moataz Abdelrahman   moataz.abdelrahman@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Louise Evans         louise.evans@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Richard Jones 2      richard.jones@mhsc.nhs.uk
Dr. Mark Pugh           mark.pugh@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Anne Trumper         anne.trumper@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr. Ayman Jundi         ayman.jundi@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Natasha Maddock      natasha.maddock@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Neill Hughes         neill.hughes@srft.nhs.uk
Dr William Hope         william.hope@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1        asahmed@doctors.org.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1        asahmed@doctors.org.uk
Dr Robert Yates         robert.yates@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ananya Choudhury     Ananya.Choudhury@christie.nhs.uk




Dr David Bourne         David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Tony Elliott         Tony.Elliott@christie.nhs.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1        asahmed@doctors.org.uk


Dr Mark Patrick         mark.patrick@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Julian Wright 1      Julian.Wright@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Lucy O'Rourke     lucy.orourke@nhs.net
Dr Shuja Punekar     shuja.punekar@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Rash Nawaz        Rashad.Nawaz@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Heinke Otto       heinkeotto@hotmail.com




Miss Caroline Rice   caroline.rice@pat.nhs.uk




Dr E Rous            Libby.rous@nhs.net
Dr Heinke Otto              heinkeotto@hotmail.com




Dr Nicholas Brooks          nicholas.brooks@manchester.ac.uk



Dr Indi Banerjee            indi.banerjee@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr. Len Funk                lenfunk@shoulderdoc.co.uk
Mrs Meera Ragavan           meera.ragavan@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr William Hope             william.hope@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Chandra Chattopadhyay   chandra.CHATTOPADHYAY@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Jonathan Moise           jonathan.moise@srft.nhs.uk




Dr Clare Tower              clare.tower@manchester.ac.uk
Dr David Bourne             David.Bourne@uhsm.nhs.uk

Mr Khalil Abdo              khalil.abdo@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Chitra Babu              chitra.babu@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Mike Dennis              Mike.Dennis@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Jonathan Rigg                   Jonathan.Rigg@stockport.nhs.uk
Dr Rachel Gorodkin                 rachel.gorodkin@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ian Watson                      i.watson@nhs.net


Dr Daniel Brison                   daniel.brison@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Tom Blanchard                   tom.blanchard@pat.nhs.uk
Prof D Sochart                     sochart@hotmail.co.uk
Dr Georg Brabant                   georg.brabant@manchester.ac.uk
Dr. Craig Carroll                  craig.carroll@srft.nhs.uk



Mr Brian Musgrove                  brian.musgrove@cmft.nhs.uk
Miss Cecelia Fenerty               cecilia.fenerty@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Mark Holland                    mark.holland@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Alastair Campbell               alastair.campbell@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Ann Smalldridge                 ann.smalldridge@nhs.net
Dr Vijay Nathoo                    vijay.nathoo@talk21.com
Mr Jeyaram Srinivasan              Jeyaram.Srinivasan@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Ruth Clay                       Ruth.Clay@srft.nhs.uk




Dr Nasim Chaudhry                  nasim.chaudhry@gmw.nhs.uk
Mr Ahmed Ahmed 1                   asahmed@doctors.org.uk
Dr Was Mansoor                     Was.Mansoor@christie.nhs.uk




Dr Juan Valle                      Juan.Valle@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Elaine Young 1                  elaine.young@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Rosemary Illingworth            rosie.illingworth@manchester.ac.uk


Mr Ahmed Sadiq                     a.sadiq@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Susan Davidson 1                Susan.Davidson@christie.nhs.uk
Dr Ian Schofield                   ian.schofield@lthtr.nhs.uk
Mr Ferdinand Serracino-Inglott 1   fsinglott@hotmail.com




Dr Philippa Tyrrell                pippa.tyrrell@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Mark Woodhead 1                 Mark.Woodhead@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Mahesan Nirmalan                mahesh.nirmalan@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Mark Holland           mark.holland@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Jackie Hanson          jackie.hanson@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Catherine Holland      cathrine.holland@manchester.ac.uk




Mr Stuart Wilson          stuartwwilson@hotmail.com
Miss Fiona Clarke         fiona.clarke@elht.nhs.uk
Dr Paula Bolton-Maggs 1   Paula.Bolton-Maggs@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr S Taylor               sltaylor@nhs.net
Dr Madhavi Paladugu 1     madhavi@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Nayyar Naqvi           nayyar.naqvi@wwl.nhs.uk




Dr Paul Settle            paul.settle@srft.nhs.uk
Mr Saj Ataullah           saj789@btinternet.com
Dr Alastair Campbell      alastair.campbell@lthtr.nhs.uk

Dr John Mclaughlin        john.mclaughlin@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Edward Estlin          edward.estlin@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr. Raymond Radford       raymond.radford@lthtr.nhs.uk




Dr Sathi Sukumar          Sathi.Sukumar@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Ian Doughty            ian.doughty@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Martin Prince 1        martin.prince@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr John Winstanley        john.winstanley@rbh.nhs.uk




Dr Andrew Watson          andy.watson@tgh.nhs.uk
Dr Rachel Gorodkin        rachel.gorodkin@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Gill Watts             Gill.Watts@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Richard Jones 2        richard.jones@mhsc.nhs.uk




Prof Rayaz Malik          rayaz.a.malik@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Valerie O’Donnell    valerie.o'donnell@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Alison Summers         alison.summers@lancashirecare.nhs.uk
Dr Margaret Kingston      margaret.kingston@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Ian Doughty            ian.doughty@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Robert Wynn             robert.wynn@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Louise Theodosiou       ltheodosiou@doctors.org.uk
Dr Mahesh Yadav            mahesh.yadav@rbh.nhs.uk
Dr Tom Blanchard           tom.blanchard@pat.nhs.uk
Dr Phil Haji-Michael       Critcaredoc@btopenworld.com




Dr Sue Beards              Susan.Beards@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Judy Harrison           judy.harrison@mhsc.nhs.uk
Mr Christopher Summerton   christopher.summerton@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Michael Tapley          m.tapley@willowwood.info
Dr Paul Bannister          Paul.Bannister@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr George Mclauchlan       george.mclauchlan@lthtr.nhs.uk

Mr Chris Duff              chris.duff@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Madhavi Paladugu 1      madhavi@lthtr.nhs.uk



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Dr John Walter 1           john.walter@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Nick Chalmers           nicholas.chalmers@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr. Timothy Woolford       Timothy.Woolford@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Lesley Watson 1         lesley.watson@uhsm.nhs.uk
Dr Murad Ghrew             murad.ghrew-2@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Michalis Zenios         Michalis.Zenios@cmft.nhs.uk



Dr Lisa Kauffmann          lisa.kauffmann@manchester.nhs.uk
Prof. J D Mitchell         Douglas.mitchell@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr Olu Bamgbade            olu.bamgbade@cmft.nhs.uk




Dr Julian Wright 1         Julian.Wright@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Jenny Myers        jenny.myers@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Dominic Slade      dominic.slade@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Mischa Mockett     mischa.mockett@cmft.nhs.uk

Mr Sean Hughes        sean.hughes@lthtr.nhs.uk
Dr. Martin Smith      martin.smith@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Lesley Watson 1    lesley.watson@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr Martyn Lovell      martin.lovell@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr Martyn Lovell      martin.lovell@uhsm.nhs.uk
Mr Basil Ammori       Basil.Ammori@nhs.net

Prof David Ray        david.w.ray@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Nick Slevin        Nick.Slevin@christie.nhs.uk




Dr Jay Rout           j.rout@nhs.uk




Dr Waquas Waheed      waquas.waheed@lancashirecare.nhs.uk
Prof Timothy David    t.david@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Fergus Jepson      fergus.jepson@lthtr.nhs.uk




Dr John Grainger      john.grainger@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Winston Kim 1      Winston.Kim@srft.nhs.uk




Dr Jonathan Shaffer   jonathan.l.shaffer@manchester.ac.uk
Mr Antonino Morabito        antonino.morabito@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Andrew Clamp             andrew.clamp@manchester.ac.uk




Dr Julian Wright 1          Julian.Wright@cmft.nhs.uk
Dr Michael Maresh 1         michael.maresh@cmft.nhs.uk
Mr Vijay Sangar             vijay.sangar@nhs.net


Dr Fiona Blackhall          fiona.blackhall@christie.nhs.uk

Dr Richard Wadsworth        richard.wadsworth1@btinternet.com
Dr Paul Ferris              paul.ferris@srft.nhs.uk
Miss (Anne) Fiona Spencer   Fiona.spencer@cmft.nhs.uk


Dr. Jonathan Goodall        jonathan.goodall@srft.nhs.uk
Dr Paul Burt                paul.burt@christie.nhs.uk
Mr Hiren Patel              hiren.patel@manchester.ac.uk
Dr Ruari Greer              Ruari.Greer@cmft.nhs.uk




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Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, University of Manchester, Stopford Building, Oxford Road, Manchester
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The Transplant Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
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University of Manchester, AV Hill Building, Oxford Road, , Manchester
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Medical Genetics, St Mary's Hospital, Whitworth Park, Manchester



Medical Genetics, St Mary's Hospital, Whitworth Park, Manchester
Phase 1 Portfolio Lead - Medical School, University of Manchester Medical School, Oxford Road, Manchester

Neonatal Unit, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Preston
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The Nightingale Centre & Genesis Prevention Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
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Renal Research, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, Faculty of Humanities,, University of Manchester, , Manchester
The Horizon Centre, The Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, 94 Littleton Road, Salford
Diabetes Centre, 193 Hathersage Road, Manchester, M13 0JE, ,
University Place (formerly SCAN Building), Oxford Road, ,

University Place (formerly SCAN Building), Oxford Road, ,
Department of Surgery - 2nd Floor ERC, Wythenshawe hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Paediatric Haematologist, ward 84, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, oxford road, manchester
Dept of Anaesthesia - Pain Clinic, 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
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Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Emergency Medical Assessment Unit, Stott Lane, Salford
Wythenshawe Hospital , Dept of Microbiology, Clinical Sciences Building, Wythenshawe




Maternal and Fetal Health Research Group, St Mary's Hospital, Manchester,
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Renal Research, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
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Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Medical Education, Stott Lane, Salford
1.523 Stopford and CSB, Hope Hospital, GI Sciences, Clinical Services Building, Hope Hospital
Dept of Anaesthesia - Pain Clinic, 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
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School of Law, University of Manchester, 4.16 Williamson Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL,
The Millennium Power House, 140 Raby Street, Moss Side, Manchester
Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, 5th floor Research - Endocrinology, Oxford Road, Manchester
Neurology , Hope Hospital , , Salford
Neurology , Hope Hospital , , Salford




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Stopford Building, Breast Care Centre, University of Manchester,
Psychiatry, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Guild Lodge, Guild Park, Preston, PR3 0AR,
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
The Transplant Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Medical Education, Wythenshawe Hospital , Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, Manchester




Paediatric Anaesthetist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
Histopathologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Histopathology Lab, 1st Floor, Clinical Sciences Building 1, Oxford Road, Mancheste

Vascular Surgery, Wythenshawe Hospital , Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT, manchester
Kinnaird HouseChristie Hospital, Wilmslow Rd, Withington, Mnachester


Epidemiology Dept, University of Manchester, Stopford Building, Oxford Road
Maternal and Fetal Health Research Centre, St Mary's Hospital, Manchester,
Anaesthesia, MRI, ,
Derm Sci, Res GRP, Translational Medicine, Stopford Building,
Neonatal Medicine, St Mary's Hospital, ,
Department of Reproductive Medicine, IVF Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
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Maternal & Fetal Health Research Group, St Mary's Hospital , Whitworth Park, Manchester
Consultant in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
Anaesthesia & Intensive Care, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport


Gastroenterology, MRI, ,



St Mary's Hospital, Maternal & Fetal Health Research Centre, 5th Floor, Whitworth Park, Manchester
Department of Paediatric Anaesthesia, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Department of Paediatrics - Treehouse Children's Unit, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
Child and Adolescent Psychology, Carol Kendrick Unit, First Floor, Home 4, Withington Hospital, Manchester
ENT Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Stott Lane, Salford
Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Neonatal Surgery, Oxford Road, Manchester,
Consultant in Critical Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, Royal Preston Hospital, ,
Consultant in Neuro Rehab Medicine , Neuro Rehab Unit , RPH,
Cornishway Group Practice, Forum Health, Simonsway, Wythenshawe, Manchester
Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester


Greater Manchester Health Protection Unit, Floor 7B, Peel House, Albert Street, Eccles, Manchester
Gynaecology, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Rd, Crumpsall, M8 5RB,




Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, Medical Education Park House,, North Manchester General Hospital, Manchester


Department of Paediatric Anaesthesia, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Anaesthesia & Intensive Care, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
Rawnsley Building, Psychiatry Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
Critical Care Unit, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
Child & Family Psychiatry, Booth Hall Children's Hospital, ,
Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Emergency Medicine, Stott Lane, Salford
Room 1.800, Stopford Building, Translational Medicine, Oxford Road, Manchester
Lead Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, University Hospital of South Manchester, The Christie, Wilmslow Road, M20 4BX
Lead Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, University Hospital of South Manchester, The Christie, Wilmslow Road, M20 4BX
Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Hathersage Road, Manchester
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester




Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
Lead Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, University Hospital of South Manchester, The Christie, Wilmslow Road, M20 4BX


Dept of Anaesthetics, 1st Floor, Baguley House, WYTHENSHAWE,
Consultant Nephrologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
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Royal Preston Hospital, Medicine for the Elderly, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
Paediatrics, Wythenshawe, ,
Stockport CAMHS, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport




Obstetrics & Gynaecology, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Rd, Crumpsall, M8 5RB,




Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Stepping Hill Hospital, The Treehouse Children's Centre, Poplar Grove, Stockport, SK2 7JE,
Stockport CAMHS, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport




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Paediatric Endocrinology Ward 86, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Upper Limb Unit, Wrightington Hospital, Hall Lane, Appley Bridge, Wigan
Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT,
Room 1.800, Stopford Building, Translational Medicine, Oxford Road, Manchester
Consultant, Minerva Health Centre, Lowthorpe Road, Deepdale, Preston
Salford Royal Hospital , Neonatal Unit , Stott Lane , Salford




St Mary's Hospital, Maternal & Fetal Health Research Centre, 5th Floor, Whitworth Park, Manchester
Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester

Royal Preston Hospital, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
GU Medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary, The Hatersage Centre, 280 Upper Brook Street, M13 0FH,
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
Anaesthetics, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport, SK2 7JE,
The Kellgren Centre for Rheumatology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
General Practitioner, Saddleworth Medical Practice, Smithy Lane, Uppermill, Oldham,


Dept of Reproductive Medicine, St Mary's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Consultant in Infectious Diseases, North Manchester General Hospital, Delauneys Road, Crumpsall, Manchester
Dept of Orthopaedics, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Manchester
Department of Endocrinology, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Manchester
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Anaesthetics, Stott Lane, Salford



Maxillofacial Unit, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
Academic Department of Ophthalmology, Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Medical Assessment Unit, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
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Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, General Practice, 94 Littleton Road, Lower Kersal
Five Oaks Family Practice, 47 Graham Street, Beswick, Manchester
Royal Preston Hospital, , ,
PANDA Unit & Pendleton/Walkden Gateway, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, Salford




Meadowbrook Unit, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, Salford
Lead Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, University Hospital of South Manchester, The Christie, Wilmslow Road, M20 4BX
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester




Christie Hospital , , ,
Consultant Oncologist , Radiotherapy Department, Oncology Services , RPH
Rusholme Academic Unit, 1st Floor, Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer Street, Manchester


Ophthalmology, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
Cardiology Dept, Chorley & South Ribble DGH, Preston Road, Chorley
MRI, , ,




Stroke Medicine, CSB, Hope Hospital,
Respiratory Medicine, MRI, ,
MRI, Intensive Care Unit, Manchester,
Medical Assessment Unit, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
Royal Preston Hospital, Emergency Department, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
Academic Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, St Mary's Hospital , Whitworth Park, Manchester




Burns & Plastics Unit - Acute Block, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Burnley General Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 88 Caterton Avenue, Burnley
Manchester Royal Infirmary, Department of Clinical Haematology, Oxford Road, Manchester
Bodey Medical Centre, 363 Wilmslow Road, Ladybarn Court, Fallowfield, Manchester
Broadoaks Clinic, Balcarres Road, Leyland, Preston
Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Department of Cardiology, Wigan Lane, Wigan




Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Stott Lane, Salford
Ophthalmology, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
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1.523 Stopford and CSB, Hope Hospital, GI Sciences, Clinical Services Building, Hope Hospital
Dept of Paediatric Onocology, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Manchester ,
Royal Preston Hospital, Ophthalmology, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston




Radiology Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Paediatric , RMCH, Oxford Road, Manchester
Dept of Gastroenterology, MRI, Oxford Road,
Breast Unit, Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth




Dept O + G, Tameside General Hospital, ,
The Kellgren Centre for Rheumatology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
General Medicine - Area F, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Rawnsley Building, Psychiatry Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester




Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Core Technology Facility, 46 Grafton Street, , , Manchester
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Early Intervention Services, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, West Strand House, Block C, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston,
Manchester Centre for Sexual Health, Hathersage Centre, Hathersage Rd,
Paediatric , RMCH, Oxford Road, Manchester
Department of Haematology (Paediatric), Royal Manchester Children's Hospital & Central Hospitals, Oxford Road, Manchester
The Millennium Power House, 140 Raby Street, Moss Side, Manchester
Paediatric Neonatology, Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth
Consultant in Infectious Diseases, North Manchester General Hospital, Delauneys Road, Crumpsall, Manchester
Anaesthesia & ICU, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester




Department of Anaesthesia 1st Floor Baguley House, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, Chorlton House, 70 Manchester Road, , Manchester
Trafford General Hospital, Department of Gastroenterology, Moorside Road, Davyhulme




Inpatient Unit Day Hospice, Willow Wood Hospice, Willow Wood Close, Ashton-Under-Lyne
Manchester Royal Infirmary, Acute Medicine, Oxford Road, Manchester
Consultant , Orthopaedics, CDGH,

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Broadoaks Clinic, Balcarres Road, Leyland, Preston



Paediatric Surgery, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
, Willinck Biochemcial Genetics Unit, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Manchester
Radiology Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
MRI, ENT Dept, ,
Emergency Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoors road, manchetser
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Paediatric Orthopaedic Consultant , Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester



Longsight Health Centre, 526/8 Stockport Road, ,
Trust Director of Research - Neurology, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane North Fulwood, Lancashire, PR2 9HT,
Anaesthetics Dept, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester




Consultant Nephrologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
Maternal & Fetal Health Research Centre, St Marys's Hospital, Hathersage Rd, Manchester
GI Surgery, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford
The Bridge, Madison Place, Central Park, Manchester

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Emergency Dept, Hope Hospital, ,
Emergency Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoors road, manchetser
Orthopaedics, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
Orthopaedics, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Wythenshawe
General/ Upper GI Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,

Endocrinology, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
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Laxmi Medical Centre, 263 Wigan Road, , Bolton




Lantern Centre, Vicrage lane, , , Preston
Respiratory Department, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
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Paediatric Haematologist, ward 84, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, oxford road, manchester
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Orthopaedics, Stott Lane, Salford




Hope Hospital, , ,
Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Department of Paediatric Surgery, Oxford Rd, Manchester
Cancer Research UK, Dept of Medical Oncology, Christie Hospital, Wilmslow Road, Manchester




Consultant Nephrologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
Antenatal Clinical/Ward SM5, St Mary's Hospital, ,
Department of Urology, Christie Hospital , Wilmslow Road, Withington


Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester

Dept of Anaesthesia, MRI, ,
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Anaesthetics, Stott Lane, Salford
Ophthalmology, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester


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Christie Hospital , Clinical Oncology, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
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Department of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester




Salford Royal NHS Foundtion Trust, Department of Diabetes & Endocrinology, Stott Lane, Salford
The Christie NHS FT, Dept. of Radiology, Wilmslow Road, Manchester




Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, CAMHS, Winnicott Centere, 195-197 Hathersage Road, Manchester
Middlewich Road, Crewe, Cheshire,
Inpatient Unit Day Hospice, Willow Wood Hospice, Willow Wood Close, Ashton-Under-Lyne
Department of Orthopaedics, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
A&E Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, ,
Manchester Royal Infirmary, Department of Accident and Emergency, Oxford Road, Manchester
Paediatrics, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Rd, Crumpsall, M8 5RB,
Radiology & Radiation, The Christie, North Western Medical Physics, Wilmslow Road, M20 4BX,
Greater Manchester Neurosciences Centre, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford, Manchester
Springwood School, Barton Road, Swinton, Gtr Manchester
AV Hill Building, Endocrine Sciences Research Group, Oxford Road, Manchester

Paediatrics, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester, M23 9LT,
Obstetrics & Gynaecology, North Manchester General Hospital, Delaunays Road, Manchester
General Medicine, Lancashire Teaching Hospital, ,
Department of Neurology, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Preston
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General Medicine, Lancashire Teaching Hospital, ,
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Anaesthetics, Stott Lane, Salford
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Tree House Children's Unit - Paediatric Dept, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
Transplant & Endocrine Surgeon, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WH,
Respiratory Department, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester




Respiratory Department, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
Psychiatry, North Manchester General Hospital, Oxford Road, Mancheser, Park House, Delaunays Rd, Crumpsall, M8 5RB




Rusholme Academic Unit, 1st Floor, Rusholme Health Centre, Walmer Street, Manchester
Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, , Salford
Cardiothoracic ICU , Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester


Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, , Manchester
Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, General Practice, 94 Littleton Road, Lower Kersal
Ward 86, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Oxford Road, Manchester
ENT Department, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmoor Road, Manchester
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, , Salford
Neonatal department, Hope Hospital, Stott Lane, Salford
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Hope Hospital, , ,
Hope Hospital, , ,
The Chapman-Barker Unit, Prestwich Hospital, Bury New Road, Manchester
Department of Clinical Oncology, Christie Hospital NHS Trust, Wilmslow Road, Manchester
Neonatal Unit, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Preston
Genetics, St Mary's Hospital, ,
Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Stepping Hill Hospital, Poplar Grove, Stockport
Consultant Cardiologist , Cardiology Department, CDGH,
General/Colorectal Surgery, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan Lane, Wigan, WN1 2NN,

Dept of Diabetes, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,
Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
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General/ Upper GI Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL,




Academic Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, St Mary's Hospital , Whitworth Park, Manchester
Elderly Care Dept, Wythenshawe Hospital, Southmore Road, Manchester
Vascular Surgery Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester
Christie Hospital , , ,
Royal Preston Hospital, Womens Health, Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston
Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Department of Cardiology, Wigan Lane, Wigan
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Orthopaedics, RPH,
Willow Tree Healthy Living Centre, General Practice, 94 Littleton Road, Lower Kersal
Consultant in Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Surgery, Royal Preston Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane North Fulwood, Lancashire, PR2 9H
we Hospital - UHSM NHS Foundation Trust, Southmoor Road, Manchester



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