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The EMERGE Team

A committed group of medical professionals with a vast range of experience and expertise in emergency medicine & pre-hospital care.

Dr Matt Reed

Dr Matt Reed

Director of EMERGE, Consultant, NRS Career Research Fellow & Honorary Reader in Emergency Medicine

Professor Alasdair Gray

Professor Alasdair Gray

Honorary Professor of Emergency Medicine & Clinical Director of the Emergency Department

Dr Gareth Clegg

Dr Gareth Clegg

Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh & Honorary Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Miranda Odam

Miranda Odam

Research Nurse Manager

Dr Matt Reed

Director of EMERGE, Consultant, NRS Career Research Fellow & Honorary Reader in Emergency Medicine

Dr Reed graduated from Cambridge University in 1997. He joined the South East Scotland Emergency Medicine Training Programme in 2002 and has been a Consultant in Emergency Medicine in Edinburgh since 2007. He completed his Doctorate of Medicine thesis in 2009.

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Exciting new trial: SNAP40

Exciting new trial: SNAP40

10 Apr 2017 | Megan McGrath

EMERGE will soon begin recruitment to the new SNAP40 trial which will compare the new SNAP40 device with standard monitoring devices in the Emergency Department.

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Professor Alasdair Gray

Honorary Professor of Emergency Medicine & Clinical Director of the Emergency Department

Professor Gray is interested in the delivery of randomised trials and clinical decision rules in emergency medicine especially related to medical emergencies (chest pain, acute heart failure syndromes, transient loss of consciousness, asthma, atrial fibrillation).

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Prescription Of analgesia in Emergency Medicine- Now Open for Recruitment

Prescription Of analgesia in Emergency Medicine- Now Open for Recruitment

9 May 2016 | Mia Paderanga

We are very excited to announce that POEM has begun recruitment in the ED. This is a study led by the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust involving multiple hospitals across the UK. Professor Alasdair Gray is the Principal Investigator for the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh site.

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Dr Gareth Clegg

Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh & Honorary Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Gareth Clegg is a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh. Lead for the Resuscitation Research Group at the University of Edinburgh and co-founder of the Emergency Medicine Research Group, Gareth trained in Emergency Medicine in South East Scotland and completed his PhD in acute lung injury and epithelial repair at the Centre for Inflammation Research in the Queen’s Medical Research Institute in Edinburgh.

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Miranda Odam

Research Nurse Manager

I joined EMERGE in July 2014, and have since integrated into an exciting and motivated team of research, clinical and support staff. I come from the clinical speciality of emergency nursing having worked mostly in Western Australia, and a research/public health background having completed a Masters in Public Health & Tropical Medicine.

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Rachel O'Brien

Rachel O'Brien

Lead Research Nurse

Julia Grahamslaw

Julia Grahamslaw

Lead Research Nurse

Lisa MacInnes

Lisa MacInnes

Lead Research Nurse

Allan MacRaild

Allan MacRaild

Stroke Lead Research Nurse

Rachel O'Brien

Lead Research Nurse

Rachel was appointed as the Lead Research Nurse for the RAPID-CTCA trial in December 2014. She has worked with the EMERGE team since 2012 co-ordinating the AHEAD study, TRIGGER and the HALT-IT trial whilst continuing to work clinically in the Emergency Department. She has also been involved with the Resuscitation Research Group in this time due to her interest in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.

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ED Perceptions of Research

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8 May 2017 | Rachel O'Brien

A questionnaire was distributed amongst ED staff at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh to determine what they thought of research activity in their area.

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Julia Grahamslaw

Lead Research Nurse

Julia joined the Emergency Department (ED) in 2008, having started off her nursing career at the Breast unit at the Western General Hospital. Working in the ED was a dream come true; each day brought opportunities to learn something new. It was an exciting and hectic place to work, staffed by highly energetic and spirited individuals. Through the laughs and, at times, the tears, she gained a wealth of knowledge and life-saving skills, and it was with mixed feelings that she embarked upon the next stage of her career, moving to the EMERGE team in 2012.

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Elsie Inglis Award

Elsie Inglis Award

16 Nov 2015 | Julia Grahamslaw

Julia Grahamslaw - Winner Elsie Inglis Award

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Lisa MacInnes

Lead Research Nurse

I joined EMERGE in June 2015 and feel so lucky to be a part of such a motivated and dynamic team. I have a great interest in resuscitation, development and training of staff and ultimately improving patient care.

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Allan MacRaild

Stroke Lead Research Nurse

Allan has worked been part of the EMERGE team for three years. He arrived following a Masters of Nursing in Clinical Research and with a clinical background in general surgery.

 

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19 Jul 2017 | Allan MacRaild

EMERGE and RRG are undertaking a preliminary study into the principles of fluid exchange within the body.

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Caroline Blackstock

Caroline Blackstock

AMU Senior Research Nurse

Polly Black

Polly Black

Senior Research Nurse

Kat Oatey

Kat Oatey

ECTU Trial Manager

Dr Adam Lloyd

Dr Adam Lloyd

Honorary Research Fellow & Lecturer

Caroline Blackstock

AMU Senior Research Nurse

Caroline graduated from The University of Abertay, Dundee in 2000 with a BSc Honours in Nursing. Shortly after this she moved to Edinburgh and took up her first hospital post in the Regional Infectious Disease Unit at the Western General Hospital.

From there she then took a post in the Emergency Department at The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

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Polly Black

Senior Research Nurse

Polly started working with EMERGE in 2014 after completing the Masters of Nursing in Clinical Research.

Polly worked with NHS Research Scotland (NRS) between 2016 and 2017 coordinating musculoskeletal research in Scotland. She was delighted to return to EMERGE and continue recruiting and coordinating a variety of studies. She has worked with Rachel O’Brien on their nurse led study promoting and investigating clinical staff engagement with research.

Polly has also been lucky to work with the global arm of EMERGE; volunteering with Global Emergency Medicine (GEM) in Zambia in January 2018. Polly is also a member of HRA Scotland A Research Ethics Committee.

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Kat Oatey

ECTU Trial Manager

Kat is currently is working with the EMeRGE team to provide trial management support for the RAPID-CTCA trial on behalf of Edinburgh Clinical Trials Unit.

She has worked at ECTU for the past 5 years and has experience managing a number of multicentre CTIMP and non-CTIMP trials.

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Dr Adam Lloyd

Honorary Research Fellow & Lecturer

I graduated in 2013 from the University of Edinburgh having studied Nursing and continued to do a Masters in Clinical Research at the UoE where I first worked with the EMERGE team. With the support of Dr Gareth Clegg I was awarded the Gardner Scholarship at the UoE which has allowed me to do a 3 year PhD project with the Resuscitation Research Group supported by EMERGE.

 

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Edinburgh Emergency Nursing in Barcelona

Edinburgh Emergency Nursing in Barcelona

18 Oct 2016 | Dr Adam Lloyd

In September 2016, former EMERGE research nurse Polly and I attended the 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care in Sitges (near Barcelona). Over 240 abstracts were submitted from 30 countries and we were privileged to be invited to present 3 separate pieces of work. These were: ‘24 hours in A&E: a video analysis of nurses’ clinical and non-clinical task performance during live clinical resuscitation episodes’; ‘It’s a silent leadership’: an interview and questionnaire study investigating staff conceptualisations of leadership during emergency department resuscitation’; ‘Clinical engagement with emergency medicine research’.

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Dr Sarah Richardson

Dr Sarah Richardson

Specialist Trainee Emergency Medicine

Alison Williams

Alison Williams

Senior Research Nurse

Clare Moceivei

Clare Moceivei

Senior Research Nurse

Emma Nugent

Emma Nugent

Research Project Manager

Dr Sarah Richardson

Specialist Trainee Emergency Medicine

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Alison Williams

Senior Research Nurse

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Clare Moceivei

Senior Research Nurse

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Emma Nugent

Research Project Manager

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Fiona McCurrach

Fiona McCurrach

Senior Research Nurse

Nicky Freeman

Nicky Freeman

Senior Research Nurse

Kayleigh Craig

Kayleigh Craig

Research Nurse

Claire Cheyne

Claire Cheyne

Research Nurse- Bank Staff

Fiona McCurrach

Senior Research Nurse

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Nicky Freeman

Senior Research Nurse

Nicola has had a circuitous journey into the role of Research Nurse with EMERGE. An initial interest in research and global inequalities was sparked whilst studying Geography at the University of Glasgow. This led to her undertaking a Masters of Research degree in Human Geography in 2011. Upon graduating Nicola has worked in various capacities in the field of International Development. It was working on a health project in rural Uganda that provided the catalyst for Nicola seeking a more ‘hands on’ role and better understanding of tropical diseases. Nicola has subsequently retrained as nurse at the University of Southampton and completed a Diploma in Tropical Nursing in 2018.

 

After nearly 3 years of working in acute medicine at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, Nicola joined the Emergency Department in Edinburgh. Finding herself increasingly thinking about how patient care might be improved past the day to day, Nicola decided to undertake a research project for her Masters in Nursing. Working in the Royal Infirmary ED, it wasn’t long before Nicola became aware of EMERGE and was immediately captivated. Nicola is very excited to join this dynamic team and have the opportunity to contribute to pragmatic, pioneering research that improves patient care.  

 

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Kayleigh Craig

Research Nurse

I qualified in 2011 with a Bachelor of Nursing Degree, at Edinburgh Napier University. Since then I have always been based in an acute setting. My first post was in Newcastle in an Emergency Assessment Unit where I consolidated my nursing skills.

 

Since 2013, I have worked in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary within the Emergency Department. Throughout my training, my passion was always to work within emergency medicine and this is where my enthusiasm for acute nursing began. Whilst working within the department I have gained valuable experience and have developed my scope of practice as a well rounded nurse. I have also learned the true meaning of teamwork!  I knew since being in this post that I would remain within the department for a long time as I had caught the “ED bug”.

 

My curiosity to work with the well established EMERGE team has always attracted me, and my luck was in this July (2019). The prospect of researching into methods to improve patients care and enrol this into the acute care setting where my passion lies seems to be the perfect job role. I am excited to embark on all the opportunities this role has to offer and still be working under the umbrella of the Emergency Department team.

 

Outside work my family is my priority and my two little girls keep me constantly on the go, but I am also highly motivated to play a part in making a difference in healthcare for their future.

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Claire Cheyne

Research Nurse- Bank Staff

I’ve been nursing for 18 years, the first half of my career spent in orthopaedic trauma and vascular surgery in the old Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. It was a challenging and an enormous learning curve to say the least!

In 2006 I travelled the world working as a nurse in Australia to fund my adventure, and returned home to Scotland! I was lucky enough to gain employment within the emergency department in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for around 9 years. During that time I got married, had two children, and worked in community nursing for a short while. Now I work on the staff bank in a variety of specialities but mainly within the emergency department and with the wonderful EMERGE research team.

I am new to research and I’m loving the challenges it brings, the vast amount there is yet to learn and being part of something that will have a positive influence on the delivery of patient care.

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Emily Godden

Emily Godden

Senior Research Nurse - Renal/Acute Medicine

Tricia Jeram

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Admin Support - Bank staff

Pat Taylor

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Senior Stroke Research Nurse

Seona Burgess

Seona Burgess

Senior Stroke Research Nurse

Emily Godden

Senior Research Nurse - Renal/Acute Medicine

When I got offered a job as a newly qualified staff nurse working in the renal department I was delighted but terrified. I quickly buried my head into a textbook in an attempt to refresh my memory about how this complex organ works and memorise all of the normal blood values ready for my first day!

 

It has never been a dull day working as a renal nurse. The patient group I care for ensures this. Their charisma and resilience humbles me and each individual I have cared for has taught me different lessons.

 

I was also very lucky to work with such an excellent and very knowledgeable team, all of whom always had the patient at the very heart of their work. It was fascinating to hear about the research some of the renal doctors were carrying out to help improve care and outcomes for this patient group. When the opportunity arose to participate in this research I jumped at this chance.

 

Joining a team of researchers dedicated to improving healthcare has been an amazing experience, It has been inspiring to see how the EMERGE team has pioneered healthcare within the emergency department. For me, it is a very exciting prospect that the EMERGE team have expanded to include renal research. With their support and expertise I hope to help develop and expand research in this area whilst making it more visible and ultimately helping to make a difference in the care and disease trajectory of these patients.

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Admin Support - Bank staff

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Senior Stroke Research Nurse

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Michelle Curtin

Michelle Curtin

Senior Research Nurse - Stroke/Neurosurgery

Jessica Teasdale

Jessica Teasdale

Senior Research Nurse - Stroke/Neurosurgery

Dr Richard Lyon

Dr Richard Lyon

Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Fraser Craig

Fraser Craig

Clinical Trial Assistant

Michelle Curtin

Senior Research Nurse - Stroke/Neurosurgery

Michelle is trained in both Learning Disability and Adult Nursing. Her nursing experience includes working with adults and children with learning disabilities, acquired head injuries and additional support needs, adults recovering from neurosurgery and children with complex healthcare needs including long-term ventilation.

Along with working with EMERGE, Michelle is currently studying part time for a Masters in Advancing Nursing Practice.

She is new to EMERGE and has a particular interest in life after brain tumour surgery and stroke recovery.

 

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Jessica Teasdale

Senior Research Nurse - Stroke/Neurosurgery

At the age of 18, Jessica left her home of County Durham to study Neuroscience at the University of Dundee. She graduated in 2012 with a keen interest in developing a career in the NHS. From her time in the NHS as an Admin support officer, she was inspired by the team of specialist nurses she worked with to complete further study and become a registered nurse.

 

After completing her nursing degree at Edinburgh Napier University at the end of 2015, she worked clinically in General Medicine and then moved to DCN to work across Neurosurgery and Neuro-HDU.  In March 2017, she moved to the Clinical Research Facility as research nursing had always been a keen interest during her nurse training. She developed her research knowledge and gained experience of working on a number of trials from different specialities within a Phase 1 accredited facility. 

 

She always wanted to combine her previous Neuroscience degree with her nursing degree and moved to EMERGE recently to work as a Senior Research Nurse on a number of Stroke trials and work on the development of Neurosurgery studies within EMERGE.  She is excited to see what the future holds for all things Neuro within EMERGE.

 

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Consultant in Emergency Medicine

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Fraser Craig

Clinical Trial Assistant

Before working in the emergency department , I worked over 20 years in the care sector. This allowed me to support adults and young people who had learning difficulties and mental health problems, along with supporting a patient who had an acquired brain injury, on a one-to-one basis.

I then moved onto working in the emergency department where I gained more clinical skills which worked well with my support skills. I loved working in the ED. It was my first real team experience, as previously I was frequently a lone worker, and I thrived on the fact that the whole department could not survive without each other; from the domestics to the consultants- we all worked together!

I started with EMERGE on April fools day 2019! I am overwhelmed by the “team” feeling- this is by far the most exciting and dynamic crew I have ever joined! My hope is to redefine myself in EMERGE and become a valued member of an amazing team.

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Dr James Dear

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Consultant in Acute Medicine & Toxicology

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Consultant Paediatrican in Emergency Medicine

Alison Grant

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Senior Research Nurse

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Consultant in Acute Medicine & Toxicology

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Dr Jen Browning

Consultant Paediatrican in Emergency Medicine

Jen, a Glaswegian at heart, crossed the east-west divide in 1992 to study Medicine at Edinburgh University. Having graduated from here she pursued a career in Orthopaedics before seeing the light and converting to Emergency Medicine. She joined the South-East Scotland Emergency Medicine team in 2004 and developed her interest in Paediatric Emergency Medicine.

 

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Alison Grant

Senior Research Nurse

I moved to the big City of Edinburgh, from rural Perthshire, at the grand age of 17 to begin my nursing studies. I graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2000 with a 2:1 honours degree – all set to conquer the (nursing) world.

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Past staff & contributors

We would like to thank all of the staff who have previously worked with and/or contributed to, the growth and development of EMERGE.

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Joel Symonds

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Research Paramedic

Liz Hasseld

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RRG Research Administrator

Jean Skelton

Jean Skelton

RRG Research Administrator

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Nynke Halbesma

Analyst

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Research Paramedic

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What we can learn from bystanders about cardiac arrest

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17 Mar 2016 | Joel Symonds

For over 40 years, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) has been recognised as a vital aspect of the treatment of cardiac arrest; originally seen as solely the premise of medical professionals, the concept of bystander or lay-rescuer CPR has increased in popularity and social visibility over recent years. Major national campaigns in the press, media and online have encouraged bystanders to attempt CPR in the event of witnessing an out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), and this process has been steadily and regularly simplified over the years, in an effort to make attempting lay-rescuer CPR less daunting.

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Liz Hasseld

RRG Research Administrator

Liz joined EMERGE/RRG in November 2016.

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Jean Skelton

RRG Research Administrator

Jean has been working with the Resuscitation Research Group since December 2018. She completed her masters degree in Human Cognitive Neuropsychology at the University of Edinburgh in 2018 and her research interests include translational clinical research, developmental neuroscience and health psychology. She is looking forward to supporting the exciting work happening at Save a Life for Scotland and the Resuscitation Research Group.

 

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Analyst

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Consultant in Emergency Medicine

Alison Glover

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Lead Research Nurse (BTS)

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Consultant Neurosurgeon

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Alison Glover

Lead Research Nurse (BTS)

I started my professional career in Psychiatric nursing back in the 1980s after that in the 1990s I branched into more clinically based nursing in Infectious disease and specialised in Nursing patients with HIV/AIDS, which is where my interest in research began, I spent some years working on clinical trials which were dedicated to developing new treatments for AIDS. In 2004 I took up a post with the Blood Transfusion Service and have been privileged in supported a number of studies in the emerging world on Regenerative Medicine.

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Resuscitation Research Group (RRG)

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The Resuscitation Research Group at the University of Edinburgh is a collaborative involving the University, the Scottish Ambulance Service and the Emergency Department at the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh along with other academic and industry partners.

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Professor of clinical neurology, University of Edinburgh Honorary consultant neurologist, NHS Lothian

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Scottish Senior Clinical Fellow and Consultant Neurologist

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Lucy Marshall

Cardiology Research Nurse

Lucy joined the Cardiology research team in 2016.  She has over ten years of experience in Clinical research most of which was based at the WTCRF Clinical Research Facility in Edinburgh.

Her clinical background is in intensive care nursing after initially starting her nursing career in cardiothoracic surgery.

Lucy has recently completed an MSc in Physical Activity and Health and is particularly interested in cardiac rehabilitation and preventative cardiology through exercise and nutrition.

Lucy will be involved in the processing and storage of blood samples and will be co-ordinating the follow up visits in the Target research trial.

 

Poster Presentations:

British Heart Foundation / NHS Lothian – Patient and Public involvement (Aug 2018)

The Centre for Cardiovascular Science Annual Symposium (June 2019)

European Society of Cardiology  (Aug 2019)

Scottish Cardiac Society (Sep 2019)

 

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