Dr Claire Stevens

Title: Medicines Evaluation Scientist
Phone: 01782 733564
Email: c.l.t.stevens@keele.ac.uk
Location: Hornbeam Building, Room 2.06
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I joined the School of Pharmacy’s Department of Medicines Management in 2002 after completing a PhD in chemistry.  As a member of the Keele Centre for Medicines Optimisation, I write evidence reviews and guidance sheets for the Midlands Therapeutics Review and Advisory Committee (MTRAC).  I also perform literature/evidence searches to support the Department’s other service activities. I  contribute to the Schools' undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes by teaching skills associated with Evidence based medicine and critical appraisal.

Selected Publications

  • Connock M, Stevens C, Fry-Smith A, Jowett S, Fitzmaurice D, Moore D, Song F. 2007. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different models of managing long-term oral anticoagulation therapy: a systematic review and economic modelling. HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT, vol. 11(38), 1-+. link> doi>
  • Short D, Stevens C, Crome I. 2005. UK addiction research 1994-2001: A profile of studies published in Addiction Abstracts. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, vol. 12(5), 393-403. doi>
  • Crome I, Short D, Stevens C, Heatlie HF, Frischer M. 2002. Addiction Abstracts Review.
  • Ward HW, Chapman SR, Underhill JL. NHS England Medicines Optimisation Prioritisation Project.

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Journal Articles

  • Connock M, Stevens C, Fry-Smith A, Jowett S, Fitzmaurice D, Moore D, Song F. 2007. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different models of managing long-term oral anticoagulation therapy: a systematic review and economic modelling. HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT, vol. 11(38), 1-+. link> doi>
  • Short D, Stevens C, Crome I. 2005. UK addiction research 1994-2001: A profile of studies published in Addiction Abstracts. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, vol. 12(5), 393-403. doi>

Other

  • Crome I, Short D, Stevens C, Heatlie HF, Frischer M. 2002. Addiction Abstracts Review.
  • Ward HW, Chapman SR, Underhill JL. NHS England Medicines Optimisation Prioritisation Project.