NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow
- Paediatric Surgical Registrar
Improving outcomes in paediatric surgery through the development and implementation of core outcome sets
Ben is a paediatric surgical registrar, and Doctoral Research Fellow. He graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2010, and undertook his foundation training in London. In 2012 he moved to Oxford to take up a post as an Academic Clinical Fellow in paediatric surgery, joining the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit at the same time. His work focuses on attempting to identify factors that affect outcomes for infants who have undergone early surgical intervention. This work has been based upon using the BAPS-CASS framework to carry out large-scale observational studies. In 2015, Ben was appointed as a National Institute for Health Research Doctoral Research Fellow in order to improve outcomes in paediatric surgery through the development and implementation of core outcome sets. His publications profile is available at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Benjamin_Allin/contributions
NETS(1HD) study: development of a Hirschsprung's disease core outcome set.
Allin BSR. et al, (2017), Arch Dis Child
NETS(1HD): study protocol for development of a core outcome set for use in determining the overall success of Hirschsprung's disease treatment.
Allin B. et al, (2016), Trials, 17
Challenges of improving the evidence base in smaller surgical specialties, as highlighted by a systematic review of gastroschisis management.
Allin BS. et al, (2015), PLoS One, 10
A single center experience of abdominal wall graft rejection after combined intestinal and abdominal wall transplantation.
Allin BS. et al, (2013), Am J Transplant, 13, 2211 - 2215