FROSTTIE Data Coordinator / Administrative Assistant
Madeleine manages data and provides administrative support for FROSTTIE (A randomised controlled trial of FRenotomy Or breastfeeding Support for babies with Tongue-TIE) at the NPEU, including monitoring trial follow-up, preparing material for site initiation visits, and implementing changes to data collection forms. She previously worked on the SIFT (Speed of Increasing milk Feeds Trial) at the NPEU. She graduated with a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Bath in 2007 and worked for six years in medical book publishing before moving into clinical research administration.
Evaluation of the effectiveness of an incentive strategy on the questionnaire response rate in parents of premature babies: a randomised controlled Study Within A Trial (SWAT) nested within SIFT.
Juszczak E. et al, (2021), Trials, 22
Two speeds of increasing milk feeds for very preterm or very low-birthweight infants: the SIFT RCT.
Dorling J. et al, (2020), Health Technol Assess, 24, 1 - 94
A successful strategy for recruiting participants not in a care
pathway to a CTIMP on time and to target
FRANCIS E. et al, (2019)
Managing follow-up among parents of very pre-term infants: methods to improve questionnaire response rate
Hurd M. et al, (2019), TRIALS, 20
Increasing follow-up response among parents of very preterm infants: personalised contact, external promotion, and web-based questionnaires