Beth Boddice is a research associate (analyst) at the National Institute for Health Research Horizon Scanning Centre (NIHR HSC). The NIHR HSC provides early warning to the Department of Health of new and emerging health technologies which may require evaluation, consideration of clinical and cost impact, or modification of clinical guidance.
BSc (Hons) in Health Studies, University of Wolverhampton, 2009.
RN (dip) Registered Nurse, University of Wolverhampton, 2008.
After attaining a BSc in Health Studies Beth gained employment as a research associate (analyst) at the NIHR Horizon Scanning Centre in 2009.
Before completing her Health Studies degree Beth gained a nursing qualification and worked as a volunteer in a number of health-related projects.
Beth facilitiates small group teaching sessions for first and second year medical students on the Medicine and Surgery MBChB programme.
Beth currently works in the Research and Reviews team and is involved in writing in-depth technology and disease specific reviews. Recently Beth has produced reports examining new regenerative medicine treatments for the management of cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal; conditions, eye disease and skin diseases. Beth recently produced a poster presentation for the Health Technology Assessment (HTAi) conference in June 2012. In 2013 Beth significantly contributed to a publication examining emerging regenerative treatments for cardiovascular disease.
Packer C, Boddice B, Simpson S. Regenerative Medicine techniques in cardiovascular disease: where is the horizon? Regen Med 2013; 8(3): 351-360
Boddice B, Packer C, Simpson S. Regenerative medicine in cardiovascular disease: horizon scanning review. Regenerative medicine in cardiovascular disease (CVD): horizon scanning review. HTAi 2012. June 2012 Gaceta Sanitaria 2012 26 (Especial Congreso 2);243. Abstract 135.