Dr Gerry Lee PhD, FESC, FHEA
Reader in Advanced Clinical Practice
Dr Gerry Lee has worked in advanced practice examining the role of advanced practice in relation to clinical outcomes, staff knowledge of these roles, education and training required to become an advanced practitioner as well as examining patient satisfaction with advanced practitioners.
She has worked in Australia where she developed one of the first Masters's programmes for Nurse Practitioners and also in the UK at King's College London where, since 2012, she has been the lead for Advanced Clinical Practice- a multidisciplinary programme for those working in acute and community care.
She is a researcher on topics relating to digital health, advanced practice education, hospital in the home, and cardiovascular disease (in particular Atrial Fibrillation).
Dr Lee has published over 130 peer reviewed papers, as well as book chapters and editorials. She is an active member of the European Society of Cardiology and is a member of the ACNAP Advocacy committee.
Enquiring about potential PhD supervision
Dr Lee's supervisory topics are Atrial fibrillation, chronic disease management, advanced practice.
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