Imperial College London

Dr Harriet Kemp (previously Wordsworth)

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Clinical Research Fellow
 
 
 
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Cook TM, Harper NJN, Farmer L, Garcez T, Floss K, Marinho S, Torevell H, Warner A, McGuire N, Ferguson K, Hitchman J, Egner W, Kemp H, Thomas M, Lucas DN, Nasser S, Karanam S, Kong K-L, Farooque S, Bellamy M, McGlennan A, Moonesinghe SRet al., 2018, Anaesthesia, surgery, and life-threatening allergic reactions: protocol and methods of the 6th National Audit Project (NAP6) of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 121, Pages: 124-133, ISSN: 0007-0912

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Egner W, Cook TM, Garcez T, Marinho S, Kemp H, Lucas DN, Floss K, Farooque S, Torevell H, Thomas M, Ferguson K, Nasser S, Karanam S, Kong K-L, McGuire N, Bellamy M, Warner A, Hitchman J, Farmer L, Harper NJNet al., 2018, Specialist perioperative allergy clinic services in the UK 2018: Results from the Royal College of Anaesthetists Sixth National Audit Project (NAP6) investigation of perioperative anaphylaxis, CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY, Vol: 48, Pages: 846-861, ISSN: 0954-7894

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Harper NJN, Cook TM, Garcez T, Farmer L, Floss K, Marinho S, Torevell H, Warner A, Ferguson K, Hitchman J, Egner W, Kemp H, Thomas M, Lucas DN, Nasser S, Karanam S, Kong K-L, Farooque S, Bellamy M, McGuire Net al., 2018, Anaesthesia, surgery, and life-threatening allergic reactions: epidemiology and clinical features of perioperative anaphylaxis in the 6th National Audit Project (NAP6), BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 121, Pages: 159-171, ISSN: 0007-0912

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Harper NJN, Cook TM, Garcez T, Lucas DN, Thomas M, Kemp H, Kong K-L, Marinho S, Karanam S, Ferguson K, Hitchman J, Torevell H, Warner A, Egner W, Nasser S, McGuire N, Bellamy M, Floss K, Farmer L, Farooque Set al., 2018, Anaesthesia, surgery, and life-threatening allergic reactions: management and outcomes in the 6th National Audit Project (NAP6), BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 121, Pages: 172-188, ISSN: 0007-0912

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Kemp H, Marinho S, Cook TM, Farmer L, Bellamy M, Egner W, Farooque S, Ferguson K, Floss K, Garcez T, Karanam S, Hitchman J, Kong K-L, McGuire N, Nasser S, Lucas DN, Thomas M, Torevell H, Warner A, Harper NJNet al., 2018, An observational national study of anaesthetic workload and seniority across the working week and weekend in the UK in 2016: the 6th National Audit Project (NAP6) Activity Survey, BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 121, Pages: 134-145, ISSN: 0007-0912

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Kemp HI, Rice ASC, Adonis A, Davies NWS, Taylor GPet al., 2018, Human T-lymphotrophic virus-a neglected cause of chronic pain?, Pain, Vol: 159, Pages: 1433-1437

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Marinho S, Kemp H, Cook TM, Farmer L, Farooque S, Lucas DN, Garcez T, Floss K, Torevell H, Thomas M, Warner A, Hitchman J, Ferguson K, Egner W, Nasser S, Karanam S, Kong K-L, McGuire N, Bellamy M, Harper NJNet al., 2018, Cross-sectional study of perioperative drug and allergen exposure in UK practice in 2016: the 6th National Audit Project (NAP6) Allergen Survey, BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 121, Pages: 146-158, ISSN: 0007-0912

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Rice ASC, Finnerup NB, Kemp HI, Currie GL, Baron Ret al., 2018, Sensory profiling in animal models of neuropathic pain: a call for back-translation., Pain, Vol: 159, Pages: 819-824

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Rice ASC, Finnerup NB, Kemp HI, Currie GL, Baron Ret al., 2018, Reply., Pain, Vol: 159, Pages: 1428-1429

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Salman MM, Kemp HI, Cauldwell MR, Dob DP, Sutton Ret al., 2018, Anaesthetic management of pregnant patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices: case reports and review, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA, Vol: 33, Pages: 57-66, ISSN: 0959-289X

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Scott W, Arkuter C, Kioskli K, Kemp H, McCracken LM, Rice AS, de C Williams ACet al., 2018, Psychosocial Factors Associated with Persistent Pain in People with HIV: A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis., Pain

Chronic pain remains a prevalent and disabling problem for people living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the current antiretroviral (ART) treatment era. Psychosocial treatments may have promise for managing the impact of this pain. However, research is needed to identify psychosocial processes to target through such treatments. The current systematic review and meta-analysis examined the evidence for psychosocial factors associated with pain, disability, and quality of life in people living with HIV and persistent pain. Observational and experimental studies reporting on the association between one or more psychosocial factor and one or more pain-related variable in an adult sample of people living with HIV and pain were eligible. Two reviewers independently conducted eligibility screening, data extraction, and quality assessment. Forty-six studies were included in the review and 37 of these provided data for meta-analyses (12493 participants). 'Some' or 'moderate' evidence supported an association between pain outcomes in people with HIV and the following psychosocial factors: depression, psychological distress, post-traumatic stress, drug abuse, sleep disturbance, reduced ART adherence, healthcare use, missed HIV clinic visits, unemployment, and protective psychological factors. Surprisingly few studies examined protective psychological factors or social processes, such as stigma. There were few high quality studies. These findings can inform future research and psychosocial treatment development in this area. Greater theoretical and empirical focus is needed to examine the role of protective factors and social processes on pain outcomes in this context. The review protocol was registered with PROSPERO (CRD42016036329).This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 (CC BY), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly c

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Watson X, Chereshneva M, Odor PM, Chis Ster I, Johnston C, Huddart S, Woods J, Hadi N, Ali S, Thorning G, Gill P, Boomers O, Rope T, Bartlett R, Kuttler A, O'Carroll-Kuehn B, Dickinson M, Lyness C, Jha R, Patel S, Raj A, Tanqueray T, Cox M, Khader A, Vashisht S, Liyanage S, Ahmed K, Whitehead J, Patel N, Liu S, Patel C, Hayward L, Leonard S, Hare S, Saha R, de Bois J, Winterbottom T, Choo Y, Oliver CM, Timbrell D, Sinnott M, Yip E, Trask N, Sothisrihar S, Shaw M, Thorat P, Shah D, Leir S, Farag M, Duffen A, McCretton T, Wojcikiewicz T, King C, Pennington J, Patel M, Kok W, Gunarathna D, Carter L, Spence E, Chambers K, Cervi E, Cummins J, Shah N, Eeles A, Chu A, Webb C, Nolan L, McHugh B, Walls A, Lakhani R, Matthews S, Hussein Z, Wang S, Weisskopf R, Talbot H, Verney C, Nurmi E, Henderson K, Beesley OR, Hunter J, Nicholls L, Robles A, Lee S, Hawkins R, Patel K, Kwok A, Han J, Allana A, Kestner S, Roopra A, Edwards L, O'Dell T, Selby J, Bickmore E, Remeta P, Karsten E, Daum P, Loughnan A, Heggarty A, Bowes Het al., 2018, Adoption of Lung Protective ventilation IN patients undergoing Emergency laparotomy: the ALPINE study. A prospective multicentre observational study, British Journal of Anaesthesia, ISSN: 0007-0912

© 2018 British Journal of Anaesthesia Background: Emergency abdominal surgery is associated with a high risk of postoperative pulmonary complications (PPCs). The primary aim of this study was to determine whether patients undergoing emergency laparotomy surgery are ventilated using a lung-protective ventilation strategy comprising of tidal volume ≤8 ml kg−1ideal body weight−1, PEEP >5 cm H2O, and recruitment manoeuvres. The secondary aim was to investigate the association between ventilation factors (lung-protective ventilation strategy, intraoperative FiO2, and peak inspiratory pressure) and the occurrence of PPCs. Methods: Data were collected prospectively in 28 hospitals across London as part of routine National Emergency Laparotomy Audit. Patients were followed up for 7 days. Complications were defined according to the European Perioperative Clinical Outcome definition. Results: Data were collected from 568 patients. The median [inter-quartile range (IQR)] tidal volume observed was 500 ml (450–540 ml), corresponding to a median tidal volume of 8 ml kg−1ideal body weight−1(IQR: 7.2–9.1 ml). An lung-protective ventilation strategy was employed in 4.9% (28/568) of patients and was not protective against the occurrence of PPCs in the multivariable analysis (hazard ratio=1.06; P=0.69). A peak inspiratory pressure of <30 cm H2O was protective against the development of PPC (hazard ratio=0.46; confidence interval: 0.30–0.72; P=0.001). The median FiO2was 0.5 (IQR: 0.44–0.53) and an increase in FiO2by 5% increased the risk of developing a PPC by 8% (2.6–14.1%; P=0.008). Conclusions: Both intraoperative peak inspiratory pressure and FiO2are independent factors significantly associated with the development of a postoperative pulmonary complication in emergency laparotomy patients. Further studies are required to identify their causality effect and to demonstrate if their manipulation could lead to better c

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Kemp H, Petropoulos IN, Rice ASC, 2017, Use of corneal confocal microscopy to evaluate small nerve fibers in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (vol 135, pg 795, 2017), JAMA OPHTHALMOLOGY, Vol: 135, Pages: 1006-1006, ISSN: 2168-6165

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Kemp HI, Bantel C, Gordon F, Brett SJ, Laycock HCet al., 2017, Pain Assessment in INTensive care (PAINT): an observational study of physician-documented pain assessment in 45 intensive care units in the United Kingdom, ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 72, Pages: 737-748, ISSN: 0003-2409

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Kemp HI, Cook TM, Thomas M, Harper NJNet al., 2017, UK anaesthetists' perspectives and experiences of severe perioperative anaphylaxis: NAP6 baseline survey, BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 119, Pages: 132-139, ISSN: 0007-0912

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Kemp HI, Petropoulos IN, Rice ASC, Vollert J, Maier C, Strum D, Schargus M, Peto T, Hau S, Chopra R, Malik RAet al., 2017, Use of Corneal Confocal Microscopy to Evaluate Small Nerve Fibers in Patients With Human Immunodeficiency Virus, JAMA OPHTHALMOLOGY, Vol: 135, Pages: 795-799, ISSN: 2168-6165

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Kennedy DL, Kemp HI, Ridout D, Yarnitsky D, Rice ASCet al., 2016, Reliability of conditioned pain modulation: a systematic review, PAIN, Vol: 157, Pages: 2410-2419, ISSN: 0304-3959

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Rice A, Wordsworth H, Moyle G, Phillips Tet al., 2016, An interim report of a study investigating longitudinal changes in sensory profiles in HIV-positive patients with and without HIV-associated sensory neuropathy, Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 46-47, ISSN: 1464-2662

CONFERENCE PAPER

Tatham KC, Laycock H, Wordsworth H, 2016, Pain Assessment In Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Units: A Snapshot Audit Of Practice In London Intensive Care Units, International Conference of the American-Thoracic-Society (ATS), Publisher: AMER THORACIC SOC, ISSN: 1073-449X

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Whiten CAC, Kemp H, Coppel SARL, Richardson SARA, Kemp CRFHet al., 2016, OSCE Questions for the Primary FRCA, Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA, ISBN: 9780198753063

The &#39;Mock OSCE&#39; chapter at the end of the book presents the reader with 10 OSCE style questions followed by all answers, ensuring the reader has, not only the knowledge to the pass the exam, but can practice the technique and approach ...

BOOK

Kemp H, Laycock HC, 2015, Pain in the intensive care unit, Key Topics in Management of the Critically Ill, Editors: Vizcaychipi, Corredor, Publisher: Springer, ISBN: 9783319223773

This book is designed to assist clinicians who are new to intensive care by providing information on a range of important and novel topics of relevance in the day-to-day management of critically ill patients.

BOOK CHAPTER

Laycock H, Wordsworth H, Casely E, Bantel Cet al., 2015, Do value judgements of analgesic drugs alter between the expert and junior doctor?, Winter Scientific Meeting of the Association-of-Anaesthetists-of-Great-Britain-and-Ireland (AAGBI), Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 38-38, ISSN: 0003-2409

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Laycock H, Wordsworth H, Pan-London Peri-operative Research and Audit Network PLAN and South East Anaesthetic Research CHain SEARCH, 2015, Pain assessment in intensive care: who puts pen to paper?

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Wordsworth H, Bellew B, Galton S, 2015, Familiarity of London trainees with regional anaesthesia: the development of a trainee-led ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia course, AAGBI GAT Annual Scientific Meeting, Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 100-100, ISSN: 0003-2409

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Wordsworth H, Wickham A, Bellew B, Gilfillan Net al., 2015, Attitudes towards safety of regional anaesthesia in trauma patients: a survey of surgeons and anaesthetists in a Major Trauma Centre and a Specialist Hand Unit, AAGBI GAT Annual Scientific Meeting, Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 100-100, ISSN: 0003-2409

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Pandit JJ, Wordsworth H, Little E, Formenti F, Robbins PAet al., 2014, The Peripheral Actions of the Central Neuropeptide Somatostatin on Control of Breathing: Effect on Metabolic Rate and Chemoreflex Responses in Humans, CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM CONTROL OF RESPIRATION, Vol: 209, Pages: 331-340, ISSN: 0079-6123

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Wordsworth H, Laycock H, Yentis S, 2014, Costs incurred by anaesthetic trainees and students presenting posters at the 2014 AAGBI Winter Scientific Meeting, Annual Scientific Meeting of the Association-of-Anaesthetists-of-Great-Britain-and-Ireland (AAGBI) GAT, Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 124-124, ISSN: 0003-2409

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Wordsworth HI, Raja Y, Harrison S, 2011, Sugammadex and rocuronium-induced anaphylaxis, BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, Vol: 106, Pages: 911-912, ISSN: 0007-0912

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