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Claire is a district nurse by background and a Fellow of the Queen’s Nursing Institute. She was a Deputy Director of the NIHR CLAHRC (Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care) East of England and led the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East of England theme on Ageing and Multimorbidity. She leads the ARC  national care home network. 

 In April 2016 she was appointed a National Institute of Health Research Senior Investigator.

Her research focuses on the health and social care needs of the oldest old, including those affected by dementia and living in long term care.

She leads the NIHR funded DACHA study (Developing research resources And minimum data set for Care Homes' Adoption and use) and was the lead for the  Department of Health and Social Care funded DEMCOM study evaluation of Dementia Friendly Communities.  She has published widely including being co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Primary Care and Community Nursing. She is a member of Alzheimer's Research Strategy Council and sits on various NIHR and Charity funding panels.

Research interests

Research with older people with complex needs (including dementia) living at home and in long term care settings

Integrated working across health and social care for odler people and their families/supporters

Community enagement activities that support people affected by dementia to live well

External positions

Theme lead Ageing and Multimorbidity, NIHR - Applied Research Collaboration - East of England (ARC-EoE)

1 Oct 201930 Sept 2022

NIHR Senior Investigator, NIHR - National Institute for Health Research - Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC)

1 Apr 201631 Mar 2024

Deputy Director, East of England Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research & Care (CLAHRC)

1 Nov 201430 Oct 2019

Fellow of the Queens Nursing Institute

Sept 2013 → …


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