Dr Katie Featherstone - PhD
I am a Research Fellow within Cesagen and a collaborator within the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics. My current programme of work examines:
- Current developments within neuropsychiatry and behavioural genetics and their clinical, social, and personal implications.
- The diagnosis and management of chest pain and angina and their impact on variation in patient outcomes (NIHR).
Understanding hospital-level variation in outcomes for patients admitted for acute coronary syndrome: an ethnographic study (NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme, 2011-2013) with colleagues in Primary Health Care, Bristol, Cardiology, Barts and the London, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College Medical School London.
Evaluation of appropriateness methods to define and improve access across primary, secondary and tertiary care among people with angina. An RCT to evaluate appropriateness ratings as an approach to reducing barriers to access to effective care for patients with angina. Funded by the NHS Service Delivery and organisation, National R & D Programme (2002-2006)
Clinical, molecular, and social aspects of genetic testing for Rett syndrome.
Funded by the Healthcare Trust (2004–2006).
Investigation of the practical and ethical problems of a surgical RCT: the MRC spine stabilisation trial. Funded by the MRC (2004–2005).
The clinical picture: the interaction of clinical medicine and genetic technology.
Funded by the ESRC (2002).