Alison Hadley

Data Coordinator, Lancashire Clinical Trials unit

Faculty of Health and Wellbeing

Brook Building, BB418

+44 (0) 1772 89 5136

Alison provides support to the Lancashire Clinical Trials Unit (LCTU) by providing (as part of the data management team) a consistent approach to co-ordinating data handling and supporting quality across a number of trials.  

Full Profile

Alison is responsible for supporting and coordinating data handling, and processing data for the data management team. She also assists in the development of data management systems and coordinating data entry/ verification and cleaning.  Part of this role is to undertake systematic verification and validation of data in all forms, monitor submission of data from trial sites and report on recruitment and follow up progress.  Throughout this role Alison has to ensure the security and integrity of trial data.

Alison along with the rest of the team contributes to the development and updating of Standard Operating Procedures.

2013 Prince 2 Foundation in Project Management: University of Central Lancashire.


Current Projects

  • ICONS II: Identifying Continence Options after Stroke randomised controlled trial
  • IMPROVISE: NIHR Global Health Research Group on Improving Stroke Research in India
  • WORKWELL: development and evaluation of a Work retention programme for employed people with Inflammatory Arthritis
  • STROLLERS: STRoke, Life and LeisurE Research Survey
  • COMMITS: Confirming the Mechanism of Motivational Interviewing Therapy after Stroke
  • CONVINCE: Colchicine for prevention of Vascular Inflammation in Non-CardioEmbolic stroke

Previous Projects

  • HeadPoST: Head Position in Stroke Trial
  • ADOPTS: Improving Access to Psychological Services
  • AGloves
  • ASTUTE - Acute Stroke Telemedicine: Utility, Training and Evaluation
  • ICONS - Identifying Continence OptioNs after Stroke
  • FRESH - Technology in Radiotherapy Feasibility 
  • TIMES - Training to Improve Management Early after Stroke
  • TREAT -UI - Transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation for Rehabilitation and Treatment of stroke-related Urinary Incontinence