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Amy Price

  • Evidence Based Health Care DPHIL Student
  • University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education
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  • 21CitationsNumber of citations received by Amy's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

Participatory researchneurosciencepublic led trialsHealth care

About

Amy Price PhD University of Oxford Dr. Amy Price worked as a Neurocognitive Rehabilitation consultant and in International Missions before sustaining serious injury and years of rehabilitation. She emerged with a goal to build a bridge between research methodology, research involvement and public engagement where the public is trained and empowered to be equal partners in health research. Amy’s experience has shown her that shared knowledge, interdisciplinary collaboration, and evidence based research will shape and develop the future. She serves as a BMJ Patient Editor (research and evaluation) Research Fellow and is a member of the BMJ Patient Panel. For publications see Research Gate Profile

Co-authors (34)

Editorships

BMJ

Patient Editor (Research and Evaluation)

2017 - Present

BMJ

Research Fellow

2015 - Present

Publications (5)

  • Ferrosenescence: The iron age of neurodegeneration?

    • Sfera A
    • Bullock K
    • Price A
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  • Patient and public involvement in the design of clinical trials: An overview of systematic reviews

    • Price A
    • Albarqouni L
    • Kirkpatrick J
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  • Proteomic and epigenomic markers of sepsis-induced delirium (SID)

    • Sfera A
    • Price A
    • Gradini R
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  • From junk science pawn to public-led trials

    • Price A
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    1Citations
  • Vitamin K supplementation for cystic fibrosis ( Review )

    • Va J
    • Fedorowicz Z
    • Thaker V
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Education history

University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education