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Professor Daniel Lasserson

Job Title
Professor of Acute Ambulatory Care
WMS - Health Sciences
Research Interests

Acute medical care in ambulatory and Hospital at Home care models. Point of Care Diagnostic Technology and its application in ambulatory care and Hospital at Home. Methodological interests include randomised trials, large database epidemiology, clinical prediction rules, diagnostic test accuracy


Dan Lasserson is Professor of Acute Ambulatory Care at the University of Warwick, working clinically in acute ambulatory care and the hospital at home service for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, and is the President of the UK Hospital at Home Society. He has previously worked in primary care as well as hospital medicine and is the Theme Lead for Acute Care Interfaces in the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) West Midlands. He is also Theme lead for Acute Ambulatory Care in the NIHR Community Healthcare MedTech and In-Vitro Diagnostic Cooperative (MIC) and has an interest in how point-of-care diagnostics can support acute care decision making. He is the chief investigator of an NIHR Policy Research Programme study examining the optimal acute medical care delivery model during winter and waves of COVID-19. He leads the NIHR STOPAPE trial on the management of sub-segmental pulmonary embolism, an NIHR PRP funded study on how Acute Hospital at Home models can expand their scope of clinical work and sits on the Clinical Reference Group for NHS England's Virtual Ward/Hospital at Home Programme. He has led the Society for Acute Medicine national hospital benchmarking audit (SAMBA) and now sits on the Society for Acute Medicine's Research Committee as well as the Editorial Board of the Acute Medicine Journal.

  • Lasserson, Daniel, 2023. Acute medicine in the home. In Matfin, Glenn (ed.), Acute Medicine: Lecture Notes, Hoboken, NJ, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, pp. 104-106
Title Funder Award start Award end
Stopping anticoagulation for isolated or incidental sub-segmental pulmonary embolism (STOPAPE) National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 18 Jul 2020 31 May 2024
BRC4 costings 1/4/2023 to 31/3/2024 (linked to Ideate 71412) University of Oxford 01 Apr 2023 31 Mar 2024
Supplement and extensnio to NIHR MedTech and In Vitro Diagnostics Cooperative for innovative diagnostic and monitoring technology to enhance Community Healthcare (MIC) linked to IDEATE 70397 National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Jan 2022 31 Mar 2024
Acute assessment and medical care without hospital transfer for older people living with frailty NHS England 01 Nov 2021 30 Sep 2023
Falls in Care Homes: Implementation of the Guide to Action falls prevention programme into UK care homes (GtACH) National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Oct 2021 30 Sep 2023
Multimorbidity and Digital Health BRC Theme via University of Oxford National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Dec 2022 31 Mar 2023
NIHR Medtech and In Vitro Diagnostic Cooperative - MIC via Oxford NHS Trust National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Jul 2020 31 Dec 2022
Digital Health from Hospital to Home - BRC3 extension period National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Sep 2022 30 Nov 2022
Weight changes, cardio-metabolic risks and mortality in patients with hyperthyroidism: all-cohort natural history and comparison of treatment effects in a CPRD-HES linked study. National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Feb 2021 31 Jul 2022
NIHR PRP Stage 2: How to utilise the potential of Hospital at Home to deliver more acute non-COVID and COVID care outside of hospital National Institute for Health Research (NIHR DoH) 01 Apr 2021 31 Mar 2022