Lorraine Warrington

Lorraine Warrington


Lorraine joined the Patient Centred Outcomes Research Group based at St. James Hospital, Leeds, in 2010. Since 2013, she has been part of the core team working on an NIHR funded 5 year programme grant to evaluate eRAPID, an online system to improve the monitoring and management of symptoms and side effects related to cancer treatment. She has recently submitted her PhD, which she has been working on part-time since January 2014, applying mixed methods to explore the patient perspective of using ePROM systems to routinely report side effects during cancer treatment.


Research interests

QOL, PROMs, Oncology, Emotional distress, ehealth, self management, cognitive interviews



  • BSc Psychology (1st class)
  • MSc Health Psychology (1st class)

Student education

Lorraine has previously been involved in a module supervising first year medical students to conduct and write up a research study.



Research groups and institutes

  • Leeds Institute of Medical Research at St James's