Ben graduated from the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine in December 2004 and subsequently embarked on his clinical career based in the Wessex Deanery. He is mid-way through his Higher Surgical Training in General Surgery.
He joined the Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality in October 2012 to undertake a PhD continuing work on the High Performance in Surgery (HiPer) project. His work will involve examination of the relationship between outcome measures, as well as developing a methodology to assess individual units and determine what organisational factors may be associated with high performance within surgery.
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et al., 2020, A Protocol is not Enough: Enhanced Recovery Program-Based Care and Clinician Adherence Associated with Shorter Stay After Colorectal Surgery, World Journal of Surgery, Vol:45, ISSN:0364-2313, Pages:347-355
et al., 2020, Endoscopic tumour morphology impacts survival in adenocarcinoma of the oesophagus, European Journal of Surgical Oncology, ISSN:0748-7983
et al., 2020, A mixed methods case study investigating how randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are reported, understood and interpreted in practice, Bmc Medical Research Methodology, Vol:20
et al., 2019, Three wound-dressing strategies to reduce surgical site infection after abdominal surgery: the Bluebelle feasibility study and pilot RCT., Health Technol Assess, Vol:23, Pages:1-166