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Institute of Population Health Sciences (IPHS)

Sian Newton, MSc

Sian

PCTU Senior Trials Manager

Email: s.newton@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: 020 7882 5638

Profile

With a background in Epidemiology and managing complex multicentre RCTs, Sian provides trial management support for the Pragmatic Clinical Trials Unit. She has experience in coordinating randomised control trials in primary and secondary care with the Centre for Women’s Health, the Centre for Primary Care and Mental Health and Warwick Clinical Trials Unit.

Sian is also part of the process evaluation team on the TANDEM trial, collecting and analysing qualitative data surrounding the facilitation and implementation of a cognitive behavioural approach intervention for patients with COPD.

Research

Research Interests:

Complex interventions in the NHS and the management of trials.

Publications

G, Forbes. S, Newton. C, Cantalapiedra. J, Birch. J, Dodds. L, Steed. C, Rivas. K, Khan. F, Rohricht. S, Taylor. BC, Kahan. E, Ball. MEMPHIS: a smartphone app using psychological approaches for women with chronic pelvic pain presenting to gynaecology clinics: a randomised feasibility trial. 2020. BMJ

J, Allotey. A, Matei. S, Husain. S, Newton. JP, Dodds. AB, Armson. KS, Khan. JP, Vogel.Research prioritization of interventions for the primary prevention of preterm birth: An international survey. 2019. EJOG

E, Ball. S, Newton. BC, Kahan. G, Forbes. N, Wright. C, Cantalapiedra Calvete. HAL, Gibson. E, Rogozinska. C, Rivas. SJC Taylor. J, Birch. JP, Dodds. Smartphone App Using Mindfulness Meditation for Women With Chronic Pelvic Pain (MEMPHIS): Protocol for a Randomized Feasibility Trial. 2018. JMIR

S, Thangaratinam. N, Marlin. S, Newton. A, Weckesser. M, Bagary. L, Greenhill. R, Rikunenko. M, D’Amico. E, Rogozinska. A, Kelso. K, Hard. JJ, Coleman. N, Moss. T, Roberts. L, Middleton. JP, Dodds. A, Pullen. S, Eldridge. A, Pirie. E, Denny. D, McCorry. KS, Khan. AntiEpileptic drug Monitoring in PREgnancy (EMPiRE): a double-blind randomised trial on effectiveness and acceptability of monitoring strategies. 2018. HTA

CM, Nightingale. AR Rudnicka. CG, Owen. SL, Newton. JL, Bales. AS, Donin. CM, McKay. PJ, Steer. DA, Lawlor. N, Sattar. DG, Cook. PH, Whincup. Birthweight and risk markers for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in childhood: the Child Heart and Health study in England (CHASE). 2014. Diabetologia.

CM, Nightingale. AR Rudnicka. CG, Owen. SL, Newton. JL, Bales. CM, McKay. PJ, Steer. DA, Lawlor. N, Sattar. DG, Cook. PH, Whincup. OP80 Birth weight and emerging type 2 diabetes risk in UK children of South Asian, Black African-Caribbean and white European origin – Child Heart and Health study in England (CHASE) 2014. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.

CM, Nightingale. AR Rudnicka. CG, Owen. AS, Donin. SL, Newton. CA, Furness. EL, Howard. RD, Gillings. JCK, Wells. DG, Cook. PH, Whincup. Are Ethnic and Gender Specific Equations Needed to Derive Fat Free Mass from Bioelectrical Impedance in Children of South Asian, Black African-Caribbean and White European Origin? Results of the Assessment of Body Composition in Children Study. 2013. PLOS one