Professor Brad Manktelow

Professor of Medical Statistics

Profile

Brad Manktelow, Professor of Medical Statistics, researches the use of data for quality improvement and quality assurance in healthcare. He is particularly interested in the statistical issues arising from analysis of data in perinatal, neonatal and paediatric medicine.

He is a co-investigator for MBRRACE-UK - the national collaborative programme of work involving the surveillance and investigation of stillbirths, neonatal deaths, and maternal deaths - and supervises the analysis of data for the UK's national perinatal mortality surveillance report.

Research

My current research interest centres on the use and development of statistical methods for quality improvement and quality assurance in healthcare. I am also interested in the statistical issues arising from research in perinatal, neonatal, and paediatric medicine.

I am a co-investigator for MBRRACE-UK, the national collaborative programme of work undertaking the surveillance and investigation of stillbirths, neonatal deaths, and maternal deaths in the UK. As the lead statistician for MBRRACE-UK, I supervise the analysis of data for the UK's national perinatal mortality surveillance report.

Publications

Draper, E. S., Zeitlin, J., Manktelow, B. N., et al (2020). EPICE cohort: two-year neurodevelopmental outcomes after very preterm birth. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION, 105(4), F350-F356.

Norris, T., Seaton, S. E., Manktelow, B. N., et al (2018). Updated birth weight centiles for England and Wales. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION, 103(6), F577-F582.

Draper, E. S., Manktelow, B. N., Cuttini, M., et al (2017). Variability in Very Preterm Stillbirth and In-Hospital Mortality Across Europe. PEDIATRICS, 139(4), e20161990.

Smith, L. K., Blondel, B., Van Reempts, P., Draper, E. S., Manktelow, B. N., et al (2017). Variability in the management and outcomes of extremely preterm births across five European countries: a population-based cohort study. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION, 102(5), F400-F408.

Zeitlin, J., Manktelow, B. N., Piedvache, A., et al (2016). Use of evidence based practices to improve survival without severe morbidity for very preterm infants: results from the EPICE population based cohort. BMJ, 354, i2976.

Mohammed, M. A., Manktelow, B. N., & Hofer, T. P. (2016). Comparison of four methods for deriving hospital standardised mortality ratios from a single hierarchical logistic regression model. STATISTICAL METHODS IN MEDICAL RESEARCH, 25(2), 706-715.

Seaton, S. E., Barker, L., Draper, E. S., Abrams, K. R., Modi, N., & Manktelow, B. N. (2016). Modelling Neonatal Care Pathways for Babies Born Preterm: An Application of Multistate Modelling. PLOS ONE, 11(10).

Johnson, S., Evans, T. A., Draper, E. S., Field, D. J., Manktelow, B. N., et al (2015). Neurodevelopmental outcomes following late and moderate prematurity: a population-based cohort study. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION, 100(4), F301-F308.

Guy, A., Seaton, S. E., Boyle, E. M., Draper, E. S., Field, D. J., Manktelow, B. N., et al. (2015). Infants Born Late/Moderately Preterm Are at Increased Risk for a Positive Autism Screen at 2 Years of Age. JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS, 166(2), 269-275.

Boyle, E. M., Johnson, S., Manktelow, B., et al (2015). Neonatal outcomes and delivery of care for infants born late preterm or moderately preterm: a prospective population-based study. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION, 100(6), F479-F485.

Supervision

I am interested to hear from prospective PhD students interested in projects investigating the development and application of statistical methods to patient safety and quality improvement in healthcare.

Teaching

I am Programme Director of the Quality and Safety in Healthcare programme at the University of Leicester. The courses within this postgraduate programme cover both the theoretical and the practical aspects of healthcare quality improvement and patient safety.

I currently lead, or teach on, the following postgraduate modules: Quality and Quality Improvement in Healthcare; Quantitative Methods for Quality and Safety in Healthcare; Measuring and Monitoring in Healthcare; Dissertation.

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