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Mrs Kim Terry MSc, BA, PGCE

Research Assistant

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Biography

Kim Terry is a Research Assistant in the Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care at Kings College London. She is currently working on the NIHR awarded GLOVED project with Professor Patricia Grocott and Dr Tanya Graham, which aims to develop and evaluate medical devices and outcome measurement tools with people with incurable conditions, which affect their hands.

Kim completed her MSc in Bioethics and Society in 2019 at Kings College London. For her MSc dissertation, she carried out a narrative analysis of the experiences of newly disabled individuals. Prior to working in research, Kim taught psychology to sixth form students which facilitated her interest in research methodology.

Research interests:

  • Participatory action research
  • Co-design methodology
  • Lived experiences of people with disabilities

 

Research profile

Research

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Generation and evaluation of hand therapy devices for Epidermolysis Bullosa and Dupuytrens

GLOVED (Generation and evaluation of hand therapy devices for Epidermolysis Bullosa and Dupuytrens): Adjustable Splint Glove manufacturing and commercialisation

Project status: Completed

Spotlight

Creating medical devices with the people that use them

How patients teamed up with researchers, clinicians, designers, and manufacturers to co-design their medical equipment.

Close-up of a therapeutic knitted glove.

Research

glove-project-skin-assessment-780x450
Generation and evaluation of hand therapy devices for Epidermolysis Bullosa and Dupuytrens

GLOVED (Generation and evaluation of hand therapy devices for Epidermolysis Bullosa and Dupuytrens): Adjustable Splint Glove manufacturing and commercialisation

Project status: Completed

Spotlight

Creating medical devices with the people that use them

How patients teamed up with researchers, clinicians, designers, and manufacturers to co-design their medical equipment.

Close-up of a therapeutic knitted glove.