Jonathan Sterne is Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology in the University of Bristol’s Department of Population Health Sciences, and Director of the NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (BRC). He leads a large team analysing data within the new English whole-population Secure Data Environments (OpenSAFELY and the NHS England SDE). He has a longstanding interest in using health care data to estimate the comparative effectiveness of interventions and understand patients’ prognosis. Jonathan leads a large-scale collaboration of HIV cohort studies that led to advances in our understanding of prognosis of HIV positive people in the era of effective antiretroviral therapy. He co-led development of tools to assess risk of bias in randomized trials and non-randomized studies that are used in systematic reviews worldwide.
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New model finds triaging COVID-19 patients for intensive care can reduce “life-years lost” by at least 12 per cent.
10 February 2021
Using computer modelling, a new study finds that applying a “reverse-triage” approach during periods of intense Covid-19 demand could significantly reduce “life-years” lost.