PhD Student & Senior Research Nurse
I graduated in 2013 from the University of Edinburgh having studied Nursing and continued to do a Masters in Clinical Research at the UoE where I first worked with the EMERGE team. With the support of Dr Gareth Clegg I was awarded the Gardner Scholarship at the UoE which has allowed me to do a 3 year PhD project with the Resuscitation Research Group supported by EMeRGE.
My thesis is titled ‘A video ethnography of leadership during emergency department resuscitation’. I am interested in how leadership is initiated and maintained, as well as the factors that influence how leadership operates during resuscitation. I am particularly fascinated by the theories of informal or emergent leadership and how healthcare can learn from team psychology literature.
I am using video observation during my ethnography, and our emergency department is one of the first to publish practical guidance on how video can become part of routine care delivery. The Resuscitation Research Group is leading efforts to embed video audit and feedback systems in both the pre-hospital and in-hospital environment, and I believe video can become an integral part of future health care provision.
Further afield, I enjoy reading about wider health care issues, such as trial transparency, dissemination of research, patient safety and quality improvement. My greatest personal achievement came in 2014 when I wrote to my institution – the University of Edinburgh – and engaged with them about the AllTrials campaign. In July 2014, the UoE became the first Scottish University to register support for the AllTrials campaign (http://www.alltrials.net).
Sport and reading occupy any free time. The current top pick is Steven Weinberg’s To Explain the World.
Lloyd A, Dewar A, Edgar S, Caesar D, Gowens P, Clegg G (2017) How to implement live recording in the clinical environment: A practical guide for clinical services International Journal of Clinical Practice (accepted manuscript) DOI: 10.1111/ijcp.12951
Lloyd A, Clegg G (2017) Resuscitating leadership research Resuscitation 110; e1
Lowe D, Edgar S, Dewar A, Lloyd A, Clegg G (2016) Optimising Clinical Performance During Resuscitation using Video Evaluation Postgraduate Medical Journal (accepted manuscript) DOI: 10.1136/postgradmedj-2016-134357
Lloyd A, Clegg G (2016) Leaders, leading or leadership?: a taxonomic need for emergency care International Emergency Nursing (In Press dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ienj.2016.08.005)
Lloyd A, Clegg G (2016) From leaders to leadership in emergency care Nursing Times 112; 41/42, 10-12
Lowe D.J, James S.A, Lloyd A, Clegg G (2016) Feasibility of EEG to monitor cognitive performance during venous cannulation: EEG Distracted Intravenous Access (E-DIVA) BMJ STEL 2, 68-72
Lloyd A, Clegg G, Crouch R (2015) Dynamic nurse leadership in high-pressure situations Emergency Nurse 23, 3, 24-25
Lloyd A, Smart A (2014) Review: ‘The State We’re In’: nursing in the 21st century: a view from Scotland Journal of Research in Nursing 19 619-620
Lloyd A (2017) From the sim world to the real world: video recording emergency department trauma. 18th International Trauma Care Conference, England 2016 (oral)
Lloyd A, Connolly C, Middlemiss R, Morris J, Crouch R, Clegg G (2016) 24 hours in A&E: A video analysis of nurses’ clinical and non-clinical task performance during live clinical resuscitation episodes. 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care, Sitges 2016 (oral)
Lloyd A, Clegg G (2016) ‘It’s a silent leadership’: An interview and questionnaire study investigating staff conceptualisations of leadership during emergency department resuscitation. 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care, Sitges 2016 (oral)
Lloyd A, Clegg G (2016) Leadership during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a video-analysis of clinical patient episodes. Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposium, Edinburgh 2016 (poster)
Lloyd A, Black P, McGoohan K, Rodgers S, Fawcett T, MacArthur J (2014) The Future: a novel clinical research education programme for newly qualified nurses. NHS Lothian R&D Conference, Edinburgh 2014 (poster)
Diagnostics devices play an important part in the clinical assessment of a patient’s health and treatment. The purpose of the study is the evaluation of a new diagnostic platform developed by LumiraDx. The evaluation is focused around various biomarkers useful in the emergency settings.
Collection of venous and capillary blood samples for the evaluation of new diagnostic devices for cardiovascular conditions
Molecular and cellular analysis of intracranial tumours
Molecular and cellular analysis of intracranial tumours
Evaluating the kinetics of cardiac biomarkers after ST-segment Elevation myocardial infarction
This is a study looking at incidence and risk factors for poor ankle functional recovery, and the development and progression of post-traumatic ankle osteoarthritis after significant ankle ligament injury.
SALI study - Significant Ankle Ligament Injury
18 Oct 2016 | Adam Lloyd
In September 2016, former EMERGE research nurse Polly and I attended the 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care in Sitges (near Barcelona). Over 240 abstracts were submitted from 30 countries and we were privileged to be invited to present 3 separate pieces of work. These were: ‘24 hours in A&E: a video analysis of nurses’ clinical and non-clinical task performance during live clinical resuscitation episodes’; ‘It’s a silent leadership’: an interview and questionnaire study investigating staff conceptualisations of leadership during emergency department resuscitation’; ‘Clinical engagement with emergency medicine research’.Read more