Eloise Carr, BSc (Hons), RN, PGCEA, RNT, MSc, PhDB Sc (Hons) Nursing Department of Biology University of Surrey, UK
M Sc Nursing The Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery King's College London, United Kingdom
PhD The Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery King's College London, United Kingdom
Areas of Research
Understanding and/or measuring the patient's experience of acute or persistent pain in hospital or community settings.
Understanding the patient and professionals’ knowledge, beliefs and attitudes towards pain management. Uni-professional and interprofessional pain education is of interest. Implementing and evaluating educational interventions. The use of pain competencies is of particular
Understanding how quality improvement and systems thinking can improve the management of pain.
This is a new area of research exploring how people who have pain and own a dog interact, and the benefits dog ownership may bring to their health.
Working with this supervisor
Ideally, your interest in pain will emerge from an observation, or personal experience, regarding the management of pain and the desire to make a difference for those experiencing acute or persistent pain. You will be highly motivated and inquisitive with a desire to learn.
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