Glenn Holt

Senior Clinical Information Systems Analyst

School of Health Sciences

Brook Building, BB427

+44 (0) 1772 89 3711

gtholt1@uclan.ac.uk

Glenn is the Senior Information Systems Analyst for the Lancashire Clinical Trials Unit. He provides technical support in the Information Systems Team and contributes to the management and coordination of data within the Data Management Team.

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Glenn has the primary role of developing and implementing bespoke information systems for the CTU. This also involves the set-up, support, maintenance and development of clinical database systems including web-based randomisation systems for individual trials. He takes lead on the subsequent design, build, testing, validation and documentation of new database systems in REDCap. He actively liaises with colleagues within the CTU to identify and document business, user and technical requirements for new clinical databases.

Furthermore, he is also co-developing a web-based bespoke tracking application (with the Senior Information Systems Developer) for the Data Management Team. This will be used in conjunction with existing processes to efficiently monitor and track individuals enrolled and registered in participating clinical trials with the CTU.

Glenn has a strong interest in all forms of information technology both on a personal and professional level, in particular, their usage and effectiveness within the business environment to improve processes and promote efficiency.

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) Business & Business Information Systems, UCLan (2014) 
  • InferMed MACRO Training (Electronic Data Capture in Clinical Research) 
  • Adobe Certified Associate in Visual Communication Using Adobe Photoshop CS6 
  • Adobe Certified Associate in Web Communication Using Adobe Dreamweaver CS6


Memberships

  • Adobe Certified Associate (ACA)

 

Projects

ADOPTS - Accelerating Delivery Of Psychological Therapies after Stroke
AGLOVES - Testing Arthritis Gloves in Rheumatoid/Inflammatory Arthritis
ICARE - Improving Cardiac Arrest Recognition and Effectiveness
STROLLERS - Stroke, Life and Leisure Research Survey
ICONS II - Identifying Continence Options after Stroke
IMPROVISE - Improving Stroke Care in India
WORKWELL - Work Rehabilitation in Inflammatory Arthritis
COMMITS - Confirming the Mechanism of Motivational Interviewing Therapy after Stroke