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Integrated Caring Science Research Group

Reasearch into Caring Science

An evolving ethical and epistemic field of study, grounded in the discipline of caring

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Integrated Caring Science Research Group is an evolving ethical and epistemic field of study, grounded in the discipline of caring and informed by a range of related fields.

Researchers in this group deliver research and consultancy on learning to care, addressing issues arising from frailty in the elderly, resilience among staff and student populations, the impact of CPD on practice/integrated care outcomes, and the history of nursing.

Their work has focused on the benefits of innovative health teaching techniques such as forum theatre, patient and public participation, simulation and enabling digital proficiencies. The group aspires to explore health roles and caring within diagnostics in the future.

For enquiries concerned with Integrated Caring Science Research please contact Dr Nita Muir at n.muir@chi.ac.uk

Our Researchers

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Nita Muir

Head of the School of Nursing and Allied Health

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Charlie Craig

Senior Lecturer in Nursing

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Jill Durrant

Senior Lecturer in Nursing

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Erika Thorne

Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Practice Learning)

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Paul Watters

Programme Leader - BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

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Louise West

Lecturer Practitioner in Nursing

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James Wilson

Senior Lecturer in Nursing

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Visiting Professors

  • Professor Stephen Tee
  • Professor Claire Chatterton
  • Professor Anita Green

Research Fellows

  • Adam Layland
  • Fiona Long

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