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Gill is a Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing within the School of Human and Health Sciences at The University of Huddersfield.
Gill qualified as a children’s nurse in 1999 and has gained nursing experience in a variety of settings including primary, secondary and tertiary care. Gill obtained a first-class degree in Nursing Practice in 2007 and completed her Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing in 2019 at The University of Manchester.
Research Expertise and Interests
Gill has conducted research with a range of participants and service users (children, young people and adults) and is especially interested in research relating to how families experience and manage living with long term health conditions and also research that is conducted directly with children and young people.
Gill received comprehensive research training during the PhD programme and undertook taught MRes courses in core research methods. Gill’s PhD was a qualitative study titled ‘the experiences of families living with a chronic non-specific cough: a constructivist grounded theory study’ - where data was collected through in-depth interviews with children and parents in the community and hospital setting. Since completing her PhD, Gill has been involved in several projects relating to children and young people including contributing to a mixed methods study, a literature review and a service evaluation and has also been involved in patient and public involvement and engagement in research.
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