Natalie King


Natalie is an Information Specialist in the Academic Unit of Health Economics and is a member of the Test Evaluation Group. She joined AUHE in June 2015 after 7 years working in the NHS as a Clinical Librarian. She is responsible for delivering literature searches for projects and provides support with reference management and current awareness tools. She also has a broad background in biomedical research having worked as a Research Assistant on a number of projects at Universities in Australia and the UK.

Current and Recent Research

Natalie provides advice and literature searches as part of the following external research collaborations:

Below is a selection of the current research projects Natalie provides Information Specialist services for:


  • MSc Information Management, Leeds Metropolitan University
  • BSc (Hons) Microbiology, University of Western Australia

Professional memberships

  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Student education

Teaching Responsibilities:

  • Finding and managing the evidence for your systematic review – PGDip Health Research
  • Literature Searching and Reference Management skills. Dissertation module. MSc Health Informatics
  • Reference Management. Dissertation module MSc Health Informatics, D Clin Psychology, MSc International Health, MPH Health Management, Planning & Policy, MPH Public Health (International),
  • Finding and managing evidence for reviews. Systematic Reviews of Research module. MSc Health Research
  • Finding Economic Evaluations. Health Economics module. MSc Health Research
  • Researchgate & alternative platforms (MRes Medicine, BSc Clinical Sciences)
  • Introduction to Library catalogue and Endnote. MBCHB yr 1
  • CPD & staff training
    • LIHS Mini Masterclasses – LIHS staff and PhD students
    • LICTR CPD sessions, advanced Endnote, advanced literature search techniques (LIHS & LICTR staff)

Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Health Sciences
  • Test Evaluation Group
  • Diagnostics and pathology
  • Surgical technology
  • Evidence Synthesis Group
  • Health economics
  • Academic Unit of Health Economics