I am a Lecturer in Adult Nursing at the Department of Nursing & Clinical Science in the Bournemouth University. My research interest includes Digital Health-Health Innovation, Aging research mainly in Dementia, Health and Wellbeing. I am also interested in capacity building for health workers particularly for Nurses in low and middle income countries (LMICs). I have methodological expertise on narrative review, systematic review and qualitative research.
I have background in Adult Nursing and Public Health with extensive experiences of working in NHS and international context. I have completed PhD in Public Health from University of Aberdeen. I previously worked in user-centric innovation (health) in the Centre for Collaborative Innovation in Dementia in Liverpool John Moores University. My recent works includes:
* Health Innovation Exchange (HIE) project which is a collaborative support programme designed to support businesses with world-class health care, technology and resources to accelerate innovation within the health & social care sector.
* Interreg Europe funded project "HELIUM" to share and use European good practices to inform local practice, and improve policy/strategies to increase the efficiency and use of innovation.
In past, I have worked in various international research projects.
* Continuing professional development (CPD) training for Nurses working in Nepal.
* Women's health in developing countries.
* Health and wellbeing of Nepali community living in the UK.
* Involved in mental health training for maternity care providers in Nepal