Jen Lewis

Research Fellow

Dr Jen Lewis is a Medical Statistician with a background in psychology and computational neuroscience. She is interested in how we can best use large, routinely collected datasets to improve healthcare and health outcomes. She is particularly interested in applying statistical methodologies to complex data to identify how different groups of people use and are served by the English urgent care system, with a view to both improving healthcare outcomes for patients and reducing pressure on emergency departments

Jen Lewis's latest projects

NHS 111 and Acute hospital visits in Children and young people

Our Urgent and Emergency Care work showed that large numbers of patients using NHS 111 still attended the emergency department within 48 hours, despite recommendations to self-care or use community...

HDRUK Winter pressures: Exploring variation in avoidable admissions and developing criteria to define an avoidable admission

Hospitals plan carefully to manage increases in demand for emergency care in winter, but there has been little research showing what this seasonal demand looks like. We used data from...

Other Team members

Maxine Kuczawski

Research Fellow

Jamie Miles

Clinical Reserch Fellow

Jen Lewis

Research Fellow