Holly Crudgington

Holly is a research worker based at King’s College London. Holly joined the team shortly after finishing a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Sciences at UCL. She is working on a project called CHOICE (core health outcomes in childhood epilepsy). This project involves developing a core set of outcomes to use in childhood epilepsy research that are meaningful to parents, children and professionals. This work will inform the later CASTLE clinical trial.

Role within CASTLE:

Holly is a Research Worker on the ‘CHOICE’ project.

Previous experience:

Holly joined the team shortly after finishing a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Sciences at University College London (UCL). She has experience as an Honorary Assistant Psychologist within the National Health Service (NHS). Holly is a Research Worker for the CASTLE study and has helped develop the first core outcome set for childhood epilepsy research. The project (CHOICE – Core Health Outcomes in Childhood Epilepsy) worked with young people with epilepsy, their families and professionals to develop a core set of outcomes to measure in childhood epilepsy research.

Qualifications:

  • BSc (Hons), Psychology, University of Roehampton
  • MSc, Clinical Mental Health Sciences, University College London (UCL)

Core expertise:

  • Literature/systematic reviewing
  • Research ethics and governence
  • Recruiting, consenting and testing participants in research

 

Publications listing

  • Crudgington H, Rogers M, Morris H, Gringras P, Pal KD, Morris C. 2020. Epilepsy-specific patient-reported outcome measures of children’s health-related quality of life: a systematic review of measurement properties. Epilepsia, 00:1-19.
  • Crudgington H, Rogers M, Bray L, Carter B, Currier J, Dunkley C, Gibbon MF, Hughes D, Lyle S, Roberts D, Tudur Smith C, Gringras P, Pal KD, Morris C. (2019). Core Health Outcomes in Childhood Epilepsy (CHOICE): Development of a core outcome set using systematic review methods and a Delphi survey consensus. Epilepsia, 60(5), p.857-871.
  • Hindocha C, Freeman TP, Grabski M, Crudgington H, Davies AC, Stroud JB, Das RK, Lawn W, Morgan CJA, Curran HV. 2018. The effects of cannabidiol on impulsivity and memory during abstinence in cigarette dependent smokers. Scientific reports, 8(1), p.7568.
  • Hindocha C, Freeman TP, Grabski M, Stroud JB, Crudgington H, Davies AC, Das RK, Lawn W, Morgan CJ, Curran HV. 2018. Cannabidiol reverses attentional bias to cigarette cues in a human experimental model of tobacco withdrawal. Addiction, 113(9), p.1696-1705.
  • Morris C, Dunkley C, Gibbon FM, Currier J, Roberts D, Rogers, M, Crudgington H, Bray L, Carter B, Hughes D et al. 2017. Core Health Outcomes in Childhood Epilepsy (CHOICE): protocol for the selection of a core outcome set. Trials, 18(1), p.572.

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