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Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour in Healthcare, University of Leicester

I work across the Medical School and Department of Population Health Sciences.
I am a member of the Social Science Applied to Healthcare Improvement Research (SAPPHIRE) Group and specialise in qualitative methods to understand organisational behaviour in healthcare, ethnography and researching sensitive topics in healthcare. I am a Registered Nurse by clinical background and specialise in emergency care.
Research interests: healthcare workforce and wellbeing; quality, safety and risk; how we create environments which allow healthcare staff to thrive; emotion work and regulation; emergency care.
Teaching: Senior Fellow status with the Higher Education Authority. I lead lMRes (Quality and Safety) and BSc (Clinical Science) modules. Topics are diverse and include various elements of medical/nursing/health sociology and the translation to practice, research methods in healthcare and health leadership and management.
BSc Nursing (University of Lincoln); MA Research Methods (University of Nottingham); PhD Health Management (Nottingham University Business School); Post-grad Certificate in Higher Education.


  • –present
    Nurse Academic, University of Leicester


  • 2019 
    University of Leicester, PhD Health Management