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Natalie Clark is the clinical trials co-ordinator for the Academic Centre for Surgery and has worked for trauma and orthopaedic research at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since October 2019.
Natalie has previous experience in co-ordinating the local lower limb complex arthroplasty, infection and tumour MDT as well as helping to develop an online patient education and support program for elective hip and knee replacements, carpal tunnel syndrome and virtual fracture clinic.
She is currently the trials co-ordinator for the South Tees sponsored studies, MAPPS and Trident II.â¯
Natalie graduated from Teesside University, Middlesbrough in 2018 with a first class honours in BSc psychology followed by a distinction in MSc health psychology and clinical skills in 2019.
Her MSc thesis examined the influence of positive statements and negative attitudes on a person’s intention to be an organ donor under the new opt-out organ donation legislation implemented in England May 2020.
Currently, she is undertaking a doctoral level qualification in health psychology (stage two) with the British Psychological Society.â¯â¯
Delivery of patient education and support using an online digital platform for patients undergoing primary hip and knee replacement: The patient’s perspectives
Baker and Clark (2021)
Patient Experience Journal
Clinical evaluation of the cemented Exeter Short 125mm stem at a minimum of 3 years: A prospective cohort study
Martin, et al. (2022)
Journal of Orthopaedics
The impact of a digital joint school educational programme on post-operative outcomes following lower limb arthroplasty: a retrospective comparative cohort study
Gray, et al. (2022)
BMC Health Services Research