Clinical Informatics & Health Outcomes Research Group
The Clinical Informatics & Health Outcomes Research Group has been involved in a wide range of projects over the last 15 years we are based at the University of Surrey. The research groups is a part of the Section of Clinical Medicine and Ageing of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. Our interests are how to measure quality and health outcomes from routine data, quality improvement and technology trials, and integrating the use of the computer into the clinical consultation.
Prof Simon de Lusignan
Professor of Primary Care & Clinical Informatics
To improve human health through world leading discovery, research and learning
To provide societal benefits through the optimisation of health with priority given to methods and interventions that address current global health challenges including an ageing population with multimorbidity. We provide this through excellence in research, enterprise and scholarship. Our approach recognises the competitiveness of the research and teaching environment. We will work adopting the best from lean and agile management; but within a strongly personally supportive research and teaching environment.
- Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance Centre (RCGP RSC) sentinel network: a cohort profile.Correa A, Hinton W, McGovern A, van Vlymen J, Yonova I, Jones S, de Lusignan S. BMJ Open. 2016 Apr 20;6(4):e011092.
- Safety of community-based minor surgery performed by GPs: an audit in different settings.Botting J, Correa A, Duffy J, Jones S, de Lusignan S. Br J Gen Pract. 2016 May;66(646):e323-8.
QiC Oncology 2016 Award winners
Professor Simon de Lusignan, working together with Barts Health NHS Trust, Kings College London and Green Cross Medical Ltd has won the QIC award for their research “Digital Innovation in the Treatment of Cancer” more details...