Lorraine Warrington

LorraineBSc Psychology Applied, MSc Health Psychology

Research Assistant

Phone: 0113 2067548

Email: l.warrington@leeds.ac.uk

 

Lorraine joined the group in July 2010 as part of the compass team, working on a project exploring the frequency of discussion and patterns of referral for psychosocial issues within oncology consultations.

Prior to joining the group, she volunteered as a research assistant with the psychology department of the H.S.E (Health Service Executive) in Co. Roscommon (Ireland). She was employed as a support worker for elderly and acquired brain-injury patients and also volunteered as a facilitator for a social club for people with learning disabilities and was actively involved with MHI (Mental Health Ireland).

Lorraine is currently employed as part of the eRAPID core team and is involved with project 1, reviewing and developing items suitable for patients to self-report adverse events (AE) during treatment and also project 3, working with patients and staff to understand current patient pathways for acute AE management and developing self-management guidelines.

 

Research Interests

Lorraine’s main academic interests lie in clinical and health psychology.

 

Presentations and Publications

  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Holmes M, Rogers Z, Gibson A, Clayton B, Holch P, Carter R, Kellar I, Conner M, Velikova G. (March 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. Vol. 25. pp 1-22. Cambridge: Psycho-oncology
  • Warrington L, Absolom K, Velikova G (2015) Integrated care pathways for cancer survivors – a role for patient-reported outcome measures and health informatics. Acta Oncol 54(5): 600-8
  • 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. (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 Faculty of Medicine and Health Postgraduate Conference. Leeds
  • 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
  • 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, 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
  • 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
  • Absolom K, Takeuchi E, Warrington L, Holch P, Hector C, Ingleson E, Kenyon L, Velikova G (2014) Using a patient-reported outcome measure in chemotherapy review consultations: The impact of an interactive doctor training session. Quality of Life Research 23: 27-2
  • Velikova G, Holch P, Bamforth L, Warrington L, Carter R, Absolom K (2014) Development of an integrated online toxicity reporting and management system for oncology: eRAPID (Electronic patient self-Reporting of Adverse-events: Patient Information and aDvice). Quality of Life Research 23: 13-1
  • Hector C, Holch P, Warrington L, Morris C, Ziegler L, Absolom K, Keding A, Bamforth L, Harley C, Velikova G (2013) Development of online patient-advice for the self-management of low-level chemotherapy related toxicities (eRAPID): Involvement of patients and staffe RAPID is funded by a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Programme Development Grant RP-DG-1209-10031; ISCTRN trial number CCT-NAPN-21338. Psycho-Oncology 22: 11-11
  • Holch P, Warrington L, Potrata B, Ziegler L, Absolom K, Hector C, Keding A, Bamforth L, Harley C, Velikova G (2013) Acceptability of an online system for reporting and managing symptomatic adverse events (eRAPID): Patients views eRAPID is funded by a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Programme Development Grant RP-DG-1209-10031; ISCTRN trial number CCT-NAPN-21338. Psycho-Oncology 22: 9-10
  • Warrington L, Holch P, Potrata B, Ziegler L, Absolom K, Hector C, Keding A, Bamforth L, Harley C, Velikova G (2013) The influence of prior expectation on experience and adverse event (AE) reporting in systemic cancer treatment: Patient views. Psycho-Oncology 22: 11-11
  • Holch P, Warrington L, Velikova G (2012) Can Patients Self-Report Adverse Events and Toxicity During Cancer Treatment? A Cognitive Interview Study of Patient Reported Toxicity Items. Psycho-Oncology 21: 18-19
  • Holch P, Warrington L, Ziegler L, Hector C, Keding A, Bamforth L, Harley C, Mitchell SA, Basch E, Velikova G (2012) Asking the right questions to get the right answers: using cognitive interviews to review the acceptability, comprehension and clinical meaningfulness of patient self-report adverse event items in oncology patients. Quality of Life Research 21: 16-16
  • Taylor S, Absolom K, Hector C, Warrington L, Velikova G (2012) Assessing Chemotherapy Review Consultations Using the Measure of Patient Centred Communication. Psycho-Oncology 21: 11-12
  • Velikova G, Ziegler L, Holch P, Harley C, Keding A, Bamforth L, Absolom K, Warrington L, Hector C (2012) Development of an Electronic Platform for Patient Self-Reporting of Adverse-Events during Cancer Treatment. Involvement of Patients and Professionals. Asia-Pac J Clin Onco 8: 331-331
  • Ziegler L, Harley C, Holch P, Keding A, Bamforth L, Warrington L, Hector C, Basch E, Velikova G (2012) Towards Safer Delivery and Monitoring of Cancer Treatments. Electronic Patient Self-Reporting of Adverse-Events: Patient Information and a aDvice (eRAPID). Psycho-Oncology 21: 15-15
  • Warrington L, Velikova G. (2011) Identifying patients psychological needs in oncology consultations: an exploration of rates of discussion and patterns of referral. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 1(Supplement 1): A11