Dr Charlotte Kelly

PhD MRes BA(Hons)

Career Development Fellow

Role at Hull York Medical School

Dr Charlotte Kelly joined Hull York Medical School in 2019, as a Career Development Fellow working with the TRANSFORM team at the University of Hull. Dr Charlotte Kelly joined Hull York Medical School in 2019, as a Career Development Fellow working with the TRANSFORM team at the University of Hull. 

Biography

Dr Charlotte Kelly joined Hull York Medical School in 2019 from the University of Leeds where she was a Senior Research Fellow with a joint post between the Academic Unit of Health Economics (AUHE) and Institute for Transport Studies (ITS). She is a multidisciplinary researcher working across the fields of health and transport, using quantitative and qualitative methods including spatial analysis and economic evaluation.

Her Career Development Fellowship (funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research) is exploring the issues related to a cancer patient’s journey to healthcare facilities on their journey through the healthcare system (from diagnosis to end of life).

Research

Full publications: 

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1302-6181

Selected Publications: 

Marti J, Hulme C, Ferreira Z, Nikolova S, Lall R, Kaye C, Smyth M, Kelly C, Quinn T, Gates S, Deakin CD, Perkins GD. 2017. The cost-effectiveness of a mechanical compression device in out of hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 117, pp. 1-7

Mccay L, Abassi A, Abu-Lebdeh G, Adam Z, Audrey S, Barnett A, Carrasco-Turigas G, Cerin E, Elias W, Hand G, Kelly CE, Loder N, Luke M, MacLeod KE, Moutou C, Puig-Ribera A, Rykala E, Schwartz S, Sener IN, Shaw C, Vert C, Witten K, Woodcock A, Zapata-Diomedi B, Żołnierczuk M. 2017. Scoping assessment of transport design targets to improve public mental health. Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health. 3

Khreis H, Kelly CE, Tate J, Parslow R, Lucas K, Nieuwenhuijsen M. 2017. Exposure to Traffic-related Air Pollution and Risk of Development of Childhood Asthma: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Environment International. 100, pp. 1-31

Kelly CE, Hulme C, Farragher T, Clarke G. 2016. Are differences in travel time or distance to healthcare for adults in global north countries associated with an impact on health outcomes? A systematic review. BMJ Open. 6

 

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1302-6181

Kelly C, Laird J, Costantini S, Richards P, Carbajo J, Nellthorp J. 2015. Ex post appraisal: What lessons can be learnt from EU cohesion funded transport projects?. Transport Policy. 37, pp. 83-91

Green J, Steinbach R, Jones A, Edwards P, Kelly CE, Nellthorp J, Goodman A, Roberts H, Petticrew M, Wilkinson P. 2014. On the buses: a mixed-method evaluation of the impact of free bus travel for young people on the public health. Public Health Research. 2(1)

Gates S, Perkins GD, Lamb SE, Kelly C, Thickett DR, Young JD, McAuley DF, Snaith C, McCabe C, Hulme CT, Gao Smith F. 2013. Beta-agonist lung injury TrIal-2 (BALTI-2): A multicentre, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial and economic evaluation of intravenous infusion of salbutamol versus placebo in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome. Health Technology Assessment. 17(38), pp. 1366-5278

Andrews E, Pearson D, Kelly C, Stroud L, Perez MR. 2013. Carbon footprint of patient journeys through primary care: A mixed methods approach. British Journal of General Practice. 63(614)Andrews E, Pearson D, Kelly C, Stroud L, Perez MR. 2013. Carbon footprint of patient journeys through primary care: A mixed methods approach. British Journal of General Practice. 63(614)

Teaching

MBBS SSIP 1 Tutor

Postgraduate research supervision

Charlotte is interested in supervising students who have an interest in exploring how transport enables and impedes patients and their support networks as they travel through their healthcare journey.

Honours and awards

Career Development Fellow. Funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research. £390,000 (2019 - 2024)

NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow. Funded by the NIHR. £316,000 (2014-2018)

To describe how cost benefit decisions in safety assessments are made in safety-critical industries and to identify lessons for healthcare. Funded by the Health Foundation (2013-2014).

Public Health impacts of Variable Message Signs. Funded by Birmingham PCT, £40,000 (2012-2013)

On the buses: evaluating the impact of introducing free bus travel for young people on the public health. Funded by the NIHR, £350,000 (2010-2012)

Travelling to see the GP. Funded by NHS Bradford, Airedale and Leeds, £30,000 (2011-2012)

Ex post evaluation of cohesion policy interventions 2000-2006 financed by the cohesion fund Funded by the European Commission DG REGIO, £ 300,000 (2010)

Improving the evidence base on value for money of small transport improvement schemes. Funded by the Department for Transport, £45,000 (2009-2010)

Valuing life and Health. A report for the Intergovernmental Group on valuing life and health. Funded by the Department for Transport, £8,000 (2008)