Mr Chris Hayward
Profiles

Mr Chris Hayward

Quality Assurance Manager

Clinical Trials & Health Research - Institute of Translational & Stratified Medicine (Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of M

Role

Chris began working in clinical trials in 2000, working for a commercial Clinical Research Organisation managing Phase I/II trials of Investigational Medicinal Products.  

In 2008 he joined a team at Plymouth University, coordinating the non-commercial CUPID trial (ISRCTN62942668), before moving into the UKCRC-registered Peninsula Clinical Trials Unit at Plymouth University (PenCTU) in 2010.  At PenCTU, Chris managed a variety of trials including Phase III CTIMPs, non-CTIMPs, pilot trials, feasibility studies and trials of complex interventions.  

After a brief spell working for University of Exeter, Chris re-joined PenCTU as Quality Assurance Manager in January 2017.

Chris is experienced in the practical, risk-based application of GCP standards and regulatory requirements and has prepared for and participated in several regulatory inspections. 

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Eyre V, Lang CC, Smith K, Jolly K, Davis R, Hayward C, Wingham J, Abraham C, Green C & Warren FC 2016 'Rehabilitation Enablement in Chronic Heart Failure—a facilitated self-care rehabilitation intervention in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (REACH-HFpEF) and their caregivers: rationale and protocol for a single-centre pilot randomised controlled trial' BMJ Open 6, (10) e012853-e012853 , DOI
Hayward CJ, Taylor RS & Eyre V 2015 'Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Enablement in Chronic Heart Failure (REACH-HF) facilitated selfcare rehabilitation intervention in heart failure patients and caregivers: rationale and protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial' BMJ Open (5) , DOI PEARL
Smith JE, Rockett M, Creanor S, Squire R, Hayward C, Ewings P, Barton A, Pritchard C, Eyre V & Cocking L 2015 'PAin SoluTions In the Emergency Setting (PASTIES)--patient controlled analgesia versus routine care in emergency department patients with non-traumatic abdominal pain: randomised trial' BMJ 350, (jun19 1) h3147-h3147 , DOI PEARL
Smith JE, Rockett M, S SC, Squire R, Hayward C, Ewings P, Barton A, Pritchard C, Eyre V & Cocking L 2015 'PAin SoluTions In the Emergency Setting (PASTIES)--patient controlled analgesia versus routine care in emergency department patients with pain from traumatic injuries: randomised trial' BMJ 350, (jun19 2) h2988-h2988 , DOI PEARL
Powell RJ, Hayward CJ, Snelgrove CL, Polverino K, Park L, Chauhan R, Evans PH, Byford R, Charman C & Foy CJW 2015 'Pilot randomised controlled trial of protective socks against usual care to reduce skin tears in high risk people “STOPCUTS”: study protocol' Pilot and Feasibility Studies 1, (1) , DOI PEARL
Smith JE, Rockett M, Squire R, Hayward C, Creanor S, Ewings P, Barton A, Pritchard C & Benger J 2014 'PAIN SOLUTION IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING (PASTIES); AN OPEN-LABEL RANDOMISED TRIAL OF PATIENT-CONTROLLED ANALGESIA (PCA) VERSUS ROUTINE CARE IN PATIENTS ATTENDING THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT WITH TRAUMATIC INJURIES' Emergency Medicine Journal 31, (9) 785.2-786 , DOI PEARL
Smith JE, Rockett M, Squire R, Hayward CJ, Creanor S, Ewings P, Barton A, Pritchard C & Benger JR 2013 'PAin SoluTions In the Emergency Setting (PASTIES); a protocol for two open-label randomised trials of patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) versus routine care in the emergency department' BMJ Open 3, (2) Author Site , DOI PEARL