Teaching and postgraduate supervision



  • My teaching interests include qualitative research methods, patient safety, ethnography, healthcare improvement and implementation science.
  • Past contributor to Masters in public health (social research methods), Advanced Qualitative Methods, MSc Implementation Science, Older Person’s Nurse Fellowship at King’s College London.
  • Past contributor to King’s Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Courses: Narrative Method and Epistemology; Ethnography in Health Research; Design and Evaluation of Complex Interventions; Doing Social Science Research in Healthcare Settings (summer school) at King’s College London.
  • Past module leader for Management of Care, BSc Nursing Studies, at King’s College London.

Postgraduate Supervision

PhD supervisor to Wendy Carter (with Professor Jane Sandall (King’s College London) and Professor Debra Bick (King’s College London)): ‘An exploration of the facilitators and barriers for women with pre-eclampsia raising safety concerns and harnessing an appropriate response‘, PhD Studentship in Improvement Science, Health Foundation studentship, 2013 - 2017.

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