Maggie Heinrich is responsible for project managing 'Real World' data collection studies in clinical settings. Her responsibility is to obtain local approvals, set up, implement and oversee data collection processes. Maggie acts as a liaison for clients and participating centres whilst the studies are ongoing and assists with any data queries.
Maggie has a health psychology background with MSc and PhD qualifications from the University of Surrey. Her academic work focused on the impact of visualisation (medical imaging or materials used for the purpose of carrying our medical procedures) on patients' outcomes. Maggie is a chartered psychologist and a member of the British Psychological Society. Prior to joining pH Associates (an OPEN Health company) she was a manager of trials (up to Phase II) at University College London, focusing on assessing the effectiveness of lifestyle interventions in cancer survivors. The studies she worked on utilised a number of PROs as well as a number of objective measures to assess patients' health and quality of life. During her time at University College London, Maggie advised on the design and execution of survey and qualitative studies such as assessing patients' preference for diagnostic cancer tests and on the format of the follow-up care for cancer patients. Maggie is the author and co-author of a number of papers on patients' outcomes as well as trial protocol papers. Maggie brings in the expertise of setting up and running studies in clinical settings, particularly in the area of cancer.
If you would like more information about how pH Associates could support your real world evidence needs, please do get in contact with either Amanda Pulfer or Sam Oliver, Joint Managing Directors at pH Associates either via email: SamanthaOliver@phassociates.com, AmandaPulfer@phassociates.com, or call us on: +44(0)1628 897 968.