Jenny O'Donnell

Research Fellow/Systematic Reviewer

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

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Contact details

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
School of Health and Population Sciences
College of Medical and Dental Sciences
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

About

Jenny O’Donnell is a Research Fellow/Systematic Reviewer within the Evidence Synthesis team in the Department of Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics. 

Qualifications

  • MSc in Health Psychology, Coventry University, 2011
  • BSc (Hons) in Psychology, University of Hull, 2006

Biography

Jenny O’Donnell qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology in 2006. 

Prior to joining the university she worked within a research team at Coventry University and completed an MSc in Health Psychology. 

In February 2011 Jenny joined the University of Birmingham as a Research Associate in Primary Care Clinical Sciences.  She worked on trials in the stroke research theme, primarily providing trial coordination on the FACE TIA Study (Functional, Cognitive and Emotional outcomes after Transient Ischemic Attack) and conducting the Birmingham Cognitive Screen (BCoS) with participants.

In August 2012 she joined the Evidence Synthesis Team within the department of Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics as a Systematic Reviewer.  Jenny is currently working on a systematic review and meta-analysis of the utility of platelet function tests available for detection of aspirin resistance in patients with cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease.

Publications

Selected conference presentations:

O’Donnell J., Turner, G., Bevan S., McManus R., Mant J., Feltham M., & Sackley C. (2012). Are transient ischemic attacks a misnomer? A controlled cohort study of functional, cognitive and emotional outcomes after TIA. Poster. Royal College of General Practitioners Midland Faculty Research & Innovation Symposium, Birmingham, 21st June 2012

O’Donnell J., Turner, G., Bevan S., McManus R., Mant J., Feltham M., & Sackley C. (2012). Are transient ischemic attacks a misnomer? A controlled cohort study of functional, cognitive and emotional outcomes after TIA. Thames Stroke Research Network Annual Meeting, London, 30th March 2012.

Turner, G., O’Donnell, J., Bevan, S., McManus, R., Mant, J., Feltham, M., and Sackley, C. (2012). Are transient ischemic attacks a misnomer? A controlled cohort study of functional, cognitive and emotional outcomes after TIA.  South West Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Research Meeting, Torquay, 1-2 March 2012

O’Donnell, J., Brown K. E., Turner, A., and Wallace, L. M. (2012) Evaluation of a collaboratively lay and clinician led self-management programme on depression, anxiety and patient activation outcomes in patients with depression.  Midlands Health Psychology Network, Coventry University Technocentre, 16th February 2012.

O’Donnell, J., Turner, G., Bevan, S., Mant, J., McManus, R., Lasserson, D., & Sackley, C. (2012). FACE TIA (Functional, Cognitive & Emotional Outcomes after TIA). South West Primary Care Research Network Meeting, Bristol, 7th February 2012.

Functional and emotional outcome assessment following TIA and post thrombolysis.  Workshop presented at the West Midlands Stroke Research Network 5th Annual Event: Research Collaborators Workshop – developing research based on portfolio experience, University of Warwick, 20 January 2012

O’Donnell, J., Turner, G., Bevan, S., McManus, R., Mant, J., Brittle, N., and Sackley, C. (2011). Are transient ischemic attacks a misnomer? A controlled cohort study of functional, cognitive and emotional outcomes after TIA.  6th UK Stroke Forum Conference, Glasgow, 29 November – 1 December 2011

Brittle, N., O’Donnell, J., Turner, G., Mant, J., McManus, R., Lasserson, D., and Sackley, C. (2011). Are TIAs as transient as the name suggests? Thames Stroke Research Network Annual Meeting, London, 10th May 2011

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