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Currie is a Research Fellow in the Health Research Methods Unit at the University of Hertfordshire. She leads the NIHR RfPB study to develop and validate a needling patient reported experience measure (NPREM) for adults with a fistula or graft on haemodialysis.

In July 2020, Currie earned her PhD (University of Manchester; Supervisors: Dr. Sandip Mitra, Prof Suzanne Skevington, Prof Alison Wearden). She applied mixed methods to explore the impact of starting dialysis on couples and their quality of life. Her Master's dissertation was on psychological factors related to self-cannulation in people on home haemodialysis. Currie is originally from the USA and lives in the Peak District.

Education/Academic qualification

Health Psychology, PhD, Quality of life in patients starting dialysis and their partners, The University of Manchester

Oct 2014Jul 2020

Award Date: 17 Jul 2020

Health Psychology, MRES, Exploring the role of self-cannulation in home haemodialysis decision-making , The University of Manchester

Oct 2012Sept 2013

Award Date: 13 Sept 2013

Psychology, B.Sc., Furman University

Sept 2002Jun 2006

Award Date: 2 Jun 2006


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