|Mary Seacole , Frederick Road, Salford, Manchester , M6 6PU.|
|0161 295 7296|
I am a Senior lectuer and lead in the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work & Social Science for User and Carers - twitter #UoSuserscarer. Top 100 Saford Women (International Women's Day, 2011). Harold Riley Community Engagement Award 2016
I am passionate about involving service users in shaping healthcare and research that is based on thier experiences. I care deeply about women's health; motherhood and birth but moreover involving service users and carers in research and education. My values are to work with service users and carers as partners and to capture authentic voice and experience. I have strong links with Salford Carers Centre, NICE, Breast Cancer Care , NCT and the Iolnathe Midwifery Trust. I am an experienced post-graduate supervisor and lead the Masters dissertation module.
I am experienced in clinical and practice based reearch, working with service users and capturing patient expeirence using a range of methods.
If you are interested in undertaking Post-graduate studies e.g. PhD do contact me to discuss.
Trial Steering Committee member: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit. - ACUCIPN 'an acupuncture study for breast or myeloma patients who are experiencing chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy of grade II or above (CTCAE v4.03)' at MAHSC-CTU (Christies)
Florence Nightingale Scholar 2015 (Awarded Travel Study Denmark & Spain: familiy involvement in care giving to enhance wellbeing)
Northwest Breast Trainee Reseach Collaboration - Patient Priorities in Breast Cancer Research PPI lead 2015 (Funded Reseach)
Past Journal Editor (2010 - 2014)
Guest Interview on BBC Radio4 Woman's Hour re: PhD findings (15.6.12)
Appointed Clinical expert - NICE Quality Standards Postnatal Care Topic Expert Group (TEG).
Report: Williamson , T and Wray, J 2011, Evaluation of Salford Carers' Development Service (SCDS) ,... more >>.
Anti-d immunoglobuiln see publications)
Working with Commissioners and Service Users (MSLC).
Funded by NICE - Project co-ordinator and co-author
Examination of PhD Thesis - notions of normality in birth
MRes in Health Science (for 5years)
BSc and MSc Public Health and Wellbeing
Undertake a study in Denmark & Spain to:
Linked to Burdett Nursing Trust: HoP’s study with Bick D et al. See:
Iolanthe Research Fellowship 2008/9, Awarded by Baroness Cumberlege, House of Lords.
As part of HUROPEL conference (Erasmus intensive teaching programme)
Successful bid SETS16 - Teaching basic life support to students and public
Discharge planning and families/carers involvement - towards improving transfer of care (£5k).