Claire is a Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Edinburgh Napier University. Her role involves lecturing at undergraduate and supervising research degrees (Master’s & PhD) and she is a link lecturer at various acute clinical areas and personal tutor to a cohort of undergraduate students.
Her research work focuses on clinical decision-making, and she recently led the qualitative component of a mixed-methods complex intervention study on quality improvement of sedation management in critical care. She has also led and co-led on a number of research grants.
Prior to her current appointment, she was employed as a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, School of Health in Social Science, Nursing studies.
Claire has over 10 years of experience within the field of critical care nursing including bedside, and mentoring roles. Her critical care experience includes working in a number of units in Greece and Scotland incorporating cardiothoracic, trauma and head injury speciality units, as well as medical and surgical intensive care units. Professional membership includes the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and the British Association of Critical Care Nurses.
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