Beverly Clayton

Bev

 

RGN/RSCN, BHSc (Hons) Healthcare

Senior Research Nurse

Phone: 0113 2067644

Email: b.a.clayton@leeds.ac.uk

 

Beverly joined the team in 2010 and qualified as a general nurse and sick children’s nurse in 1978 in Leeds. Previous posts were as a Clinical Nurse Specialist with childhood cancer survivors, as a Clinical Advisor with the Department of Health for the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative and also as Lead Nurse in the development of the Community Cancer Portal, a computer based follow up programme for survivors of cancer. Beverly was also a Sister on the Paediatric and Adolescent Oncology and Haematology Regional Unit in Leeds and has worked within Cystic Fibrosis and Infectious Disease specialities.

 

Research Interests

An interest in research developed as a result of collaborating with researchers in her work with childhood cancer survivors. With POG Beverly has worked on a study (ALLINEX) looking at the psychosocial supportive care of survivors of allogeneic Haemopoietic Stem Cell Transplant using the internet as a three way information exchange between patients, primary care and secondary/tertiary care.

Beverly is currently working on the REPORT UK study and is assisting with the eRAPID study.

 

Presentations and Publications

  • Kennedy F, Clayton B, Absolom K, Francischetto EO, Flintoff L, Gordon K, Crocombe W, R C, Hiley V, Bamforth L, Blazeby J, Brown J, Velikova G. (March 2016) Real-time Electronic Patient Outcome ReporTing of adverse events – is it feasible in UK cancer trials? Findings from a proof-of-principle study. In The British Psychosocial Oncology Society’s (BPOS) Annual Conference. Vol. 25. pp 1-22. Cambridge: Psycho-Oncology
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holmes M, Rogers Z, Gibson A, Clayton B, Holch P, Carter R, Kellar I, Conner M, Velikova G (2016) Does the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) predict engagement with an online system for patients to report and manage symptoms during and after cancer treatment? In The British Psychosocial Oncology Society’s (BPOS) Annual Conference. Cambridge
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Clayton B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G. (March 2015) Developing a system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects of treatment online (eRAPID): Patient experiences from a usability study. In The British Psychosocial Oncology Society (BPOS) Annual Conference Leeds: Psycho-Oncology, 24, pp 7-8
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Clayton B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G. (May 2015) Developing a system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects of treatment online (eRAPID): Patient experiences from a usability study. In White Rose Doctoral Training Centre Conference. York
  • Gibson A., Absolom K, Warrington L, Holch T, Holmes M, Clayton B, Rogers Z, Velikova G. (June 2015) An Overview of eRAPID: electronic patient self-Reporting of Adverse-events: Patient Information and aDvice. A Randomised controlled trial in systemic cancer treatment. In UK Clinical Trials Conference for Supportive Care in Cancer Research. Sheffield
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Horne B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G. (June 2015) Usability study of eRAPID: an online system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects during treatment. In MHealth. Galway
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Horne B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G (June 2015) Usability study of eRAPID: an online system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects during treatment. In Innovations in Health Psychology. Galway
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Horne B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G. (June 2015) Usability study of eRAPID: an online system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects during treatment. In Faculty of Medicine and Health Postgraduate Conference. Leeds
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Horne B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G (July 2015) Usability study of eRAPID: an online system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects during treatment. In Yorkshire Cancer Research Annual Meeting. Harrogate
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holch P, Gibson A, Horne B, Carter R, Bamforth L, Velikova G (2015) Developing a system for cancer patients to report symptoms and side-effects of treatment online (eRAPID): Patient experiences from a usability study. Psycho-Oncology 24: 7-8
  • Horne B, Kennedy F, Absolom K, Pini S, Brown J, Velikova G (2015) Exploring sexual function assessment through cognitive interviews with cancer patients in REPORT-UK (Real-time Electronic Patient Outcome ReporTing of adverse events in UK cancer trials). Psycho-Oncology 24: 4-4
  • Horne B, Newsham A, Velikova G, Liebersbach S, Gilleece M, Wright P (2015) Development and evaluation of a specifically designed website for haematopoietic stem cell transplant patients in Leeds. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl)
  • Horne B, Gilleece M, Jackson G, Snowden JA, Liebersbach S, Velikova G, Wright P (2014) Psychosocial supportive care services for haematopoietic stem cell transplant patients; a service evaluation of three UK transplant centres. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl) 23(3): 349-62
  • Horne B, Keding A, Liebersbach S, Gilleece M, Wright P (2012) Allograft Information Exchange (ALLINEX) Phase One: Supportive Care Between 100 Days and 18 Months Post Transplant: The Patient’s Perspective. Psycho-Oncology 21: 13-14
  • Wright P, Horne B, Liebersbach S, Pearce M, Gilleece M (2012) A Randomized Pilot Study Comparing Access to the Allograft Information Exchange (Allinex) Website Plus Standard Care Versus Standard Care for Supporting Allogeneic Haemopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (Hsct) Patients Post Transplant. Asia-Pac J Clin Onco 8: 299-299
  • Eiser C. Absolom K. Greenfield D. Glaser A. Horne B. Waite H. Urquhart T. Wallace WHB. Ross R. Davies H. (2006) Follow-up after childhood cancer: Evaluation of a three-level model. European Journal of Cancer 42, 18, 3186-90
  • Absolom K. Greenfield D. Ross R. Horne B. Davies H. Glaser A. Simpson A. Waite H. Eiser C. (2006) Predictors of clinic satisfaction among adult survivors of childhood cancer. European Journal of Cancer 42, 10, 1421-7
  • Eiser C. Vance Y.H. Glaser A. Galvin H. Horne B. Picton S. Stoner A. Butler G. (2005) Growth Hormone Treatment and Quality of Life among Survivors of Childhood Cancer. Hormone Research, 63, 6, 300 – 304
  • Eiser C. Greco V. Vance Y.H. Horne B. Glaser A. (2004) Perceived Discrepancies and their Resolution: Quality of Life in Survivors of Childhood Cancer. Psychology and Health 19, 1, 15 – 28
  • Johnson R. Horne B. Feltbower R.G. Butler G.A. Glaser A.W. (2004) Hospital Attendance Patterns in Long Term Survivors of Cancer.Archives of Disease in Childhood. 89, 4, 374 – 7
  • Vance Y.H. Eiser C. Horne B. (2004) The Long-term impact of a brain tumour on children’s social and family functioning. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 9, 271-288
  • Horne B. (2004) Promoting Breast Awareness in Childhood Cancer Survivors. Cancer Nursing Practice 3, 6, 16 – 19
  • Horne B. (2004) Postal Follow up of Care for Childhood Cancer Survivors. Cancer Nursing Practice 3, 9, 26 – 28.
  • Green D. Galvin H. Horne B. (2003) The Psycho-Social Impact of Infertility on Young Male Cancer Survivors: A Qualitative Investigation. Psycho-Oncology 12:141 – 152
  • Eiser C. Vance Y.H. Horne B. Glaser A. Galvin H. (2003) The Value of the PedsQLTM in assessing Quality of Life in Survivors of Childhood Cancer. Child: Care, Health & Development 29, 2, 95 – 102

Books

  • Horne B. Health promotion for Long-Term Follow-Up Patients in Gibson F. and Soanes L. (eds) Cancer in Children and Young People, Chichester, UK, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2008
  • Horne B. Role of the Nurse in Long-Term Follow-Up in Gibson F. and Soanes L. (eds) Cancer in Children and Young People, Chichester, UK, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2008