Ms Natalie Lam

Research Fellow

ORCID: 0000-0001-8591-444X

Natalie joined the Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research as Research Assistant to work in systematic reviews about interventions for sedentary behaviour, and to assist in conducting visits for a trial. Currently, she is working as Research Fellow for a systematic review and network meta-analysis about community-based complex interventions for independence of older people.

Natalie started her health research career after completing the PG Diploma in Health Research and Master of Public Health in University of Leeds. She had worked as a Clinical Research Officer in South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, before moving to the South for 2 years with her family where she worked as Data Manager in the Clinical Trials Service Unit of the University of Oxford. She worked in randomised controlled trials of pharmacological interventions in dementia, and in late-onset psychosis; and of assistive technology and telecare for people with dementia. She also assisted in the co-ordination for large-scale drug and surgical trials for cardiovascular diseases.


Crocker TF, Brown L, Lam N, Wray F, Knapp P, Forster A. Information provision for stroke survivors and their carers: Cochrane review. Stroke 2022;53(7):e269-e270. doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.121.038162

Johansson JF, Lam N, Ozer S, Hall J, Morton S, English C, Fitzsimons C, Lawton R, Forster A, Clarke D. A Systematic Review of Process Evaluations of Interventions in Trials Investigating Sedentary Behaviour in Adults. BMJ Open 2022;12(1) e053945;

Crocker TF, Brown L, Lam N, Wray F, Knapp P, Forster A. Information provision for stroke survivors and their carers. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2021, Issue 11. Art. No.: CD001919.

Crocker TF, Clegg A, Riley RD, Lam N, Bajpai R, Jordão M, Patetsini E, Ramiz R, Ensor J, Forster A, Gladman JRF. Community-based complex interventions to sustain independence in older people, stratified by frailty: a protocol for a systematic review and network meta-analysis. BMJ Open 2021;11(2):e045637.

Howard R, Gathercole R, Bradley R, Harper E, Davis L, Pank L, Lam N, Talbot E, Hooper E, Winson R, Scutt B, Ordonez Montano V, Nunn S, Lavelle G, Bateman A, Bentham P, Burns A, Dunk B, Forsyth K, Fox C, Poland F, Leroi I, Newman S, O’Brien J, Henderson C, Knapp M, Woolham J, Gray R. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of assistive technology and telecare for independent living in dementia: a randomised controlled trial. Age Ageing, 2021; afaa284,

Davies A, Brini S, Hirani S, Gathercole R, Forsyth K, Henderson C, Bradley R, Davies L, Dunk B, Harper E, Lam N. The impact of assistive technology on burden and psychological well‐being in informal caregivers of people with dementia (ATTILA Study) Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions 2020;6(1): e12064 https://alz-journals onlinelibrary wiley com/doi/full/10 1002/trc2 12064