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Clare Moceivei

Senior Research Nurse

Clare Moceivei

I qualified in 2008 with a Diploma in Adult Nursing, at Kings College University of London. My first post as a Staff Nurse was in an elective neurosurgical spinal unit. I enjoyed working here and gained a great foundation and invaluable experience. I worked regularly in the Emergency Department within Kings College Hospital and always had a passion and great interest in Emergency Medicine from early on in my career.

I am originally from Scotland and moved back here in 2010 and got a rotational job within the renal unit. Working in the acute setting helped me decide my career pathway and further studying of a post graduate degree and then was lucky enough to receive a post in the emergency department as a trainee Acute Nurse Practitioner. This is a challenging and exciting development for nurses and I really enjoy the challenges, autonomy and development that this role involves. I completed my MSc in advanced practice specialising in Emergency care and found an interest in research which lead me to be involved in Project Sachibondu, which is a health clinic based in rural Zambia, where I participated as a clinical role and received invaluable insight into research with the team.

I have now had the opportunity to complete a secondment within the EMERGE team whilst also continuing my work as an advanced nurse practitioner. I am excited to be part of the EMERGE team and allow myself to learn and develop new skills, and with my already learnt knowledge and enthusiasm for Emergency Medicine, I look forward to contributing to the ultimate goal within clinical research; finding the best outcome for our patients.


Trials

PRECISE- CTCA

To determine the association between high-sensitivity cardiac troponin concentration and obstructive coronary artery disease in patients presenting to the Emergency Department with suspected acute coronary syndrome and cardiac troponin concentration within the normal reference range using CTCA.

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PRECISE- CTCA

To determine the association between high-sensitivity cardiac troponin concentration and obstructive coronary artery disease in patients presenting to the Emergency Department with suspected acute coronary syndrome and cardiac troponin concentration within the normal reference range using CTCA.

EHA Study

EHA - Epidemiological analysis for the Hereditary Angioedema Disease is an international, multicentre, epidemiological study that aims to explore the feasibility of a new Dried Blood Spot (DBS) filtercard-based screening algorithm and thereby the prevalence of the Hereditary Angioedema.

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EHA Study

EHA - Epidemiological analysis for the Hereditary Angioedema Disease