Department of Radiology, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine.
Contact: Email: S Hilbourne Tel.: + 44 (0)1223 767926 Fax: +44 (0)1223 330915
Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01223 346989 internal ext. 56989
After my initial adult nurse training in York, I moved to Cambridgeshire to take up my first nursing post at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Neurosurgery and expanded into neuro-intensive care and the rehabilitation of head injury patients. I then took up a nursing post in general medicine in cardiology, hepatology and rheumatology; and later specialised in haematology and the care of transplant patients. I digressed from nursing full-time to do a different degree in communications, but continued to nurse oncology patients and have stayed in this area since: establishing an interest in research nursing working in the fields of breast cancer, gastro-intestinal diseases and presently in radiology covering all areas for the last ten years
|York District Hospital School of Nursing||Registered Nurse – level 2|
|Homerton College Cambridge||Registered Nurse – level 1|
|Addenbrooke’s Hospital||Human Resource Management Course|
|Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge||ENB 998 Teaching & Assessing Nurses Course|
|Möller Centre Cambridge||Advanced Communications Course|
|Anglia Polytechnic University||BA (Hons) Communication Studies and Geography|
|Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge||FdA Professional Photography|
Responsibilities include: trial coordination, pharmacovigilance, databases, SOP’s, recruiting & checking patient eligibility, treatment scheduling; supervising patient care and research activities including ethics according to Good Clinical Practice. I have experience in translational research tissue collection from theatres and endoscopy clinic lists. I am also involved in general monitoring of studies and MHRA inspections. I have experience in interviewing candidates and skills in management. Networking and liaising with other members of the multi-disciplinary team (tissue bank, surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, laboratory staff, specialist nurses) in order to facilitate patients’ participation in Gastroenterology trials and studies: Time, SURF, LEO, OCCAMS, and Barrett’s, Nose, Cougar-01, Aspect, BEST-1, Neo-TAnGo Translational and Commercial Breast Trials.
Radiology Studies: PET-CT, CT, MRI, MRIS, US, Bone Scan Imaging in the fields of neurology, thyroid, cardiology, hepatology, ovarian & cervical, renal cancer, venous thrombus embolisation, breast cancer, fetal.
|Non-uniform shrinkage for obtaining computational start shape for in-vivo MRI-based plaque vulnerability assessment. Yuan Huang, Zhongzhao Teng, Umar Sadat, Sarah Hilborne, Victoria E. Young, Martin J. Graves, Jonathan H. Gillard. Journal of Biomechanics 44 (2011) 2316–2319|
|Accuracy of unidimensional and volumetric ultrasound measurements in predicting good pathologic response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in breast cancer patients. I Gounaris, E Provenzano, A L Vallier, L Hiller, M Iddawela, S Hilborne, K Taylor, P Britton, H M Earl, R Sinnatamby. NCRI Cancer Conference. 7th – 10th November 2010, The ICC, Birmingham UK.|
|The Challenges of using Radiological ‘Tumour Response’ as an Endpoint in Neo-tAnGo: A National Neo-adjuvant Breast Cancer Trial. Hiller L., Fenwick N., Vallier A.L., Dunn J.A., Hilborne S., Jones L., Abraham J., Caldas C. and Earl H.M. NCRI Cancer Conference. 30th Sept – 3rd October 2007, The ICC, Birmingham UK. Proceedings – Abstract B26, p97.|