I am the Clinical Research Manager in the Patient Experience Research Centre (PERC). I have been a Nurse for 38 years and have worked primarily in HIV and Sexual Health. I also have a background in Medical Anthropology.
My expertise is in patient involvement in health care, clinical nursing care, HIV and qualitative research.
Within PERC I have completed and published a qualitative study looking at the patient and staff experience of the nursing handover within acute ward settings.
I am currently analysing our study “Understanding the individual journeys of people living with HIV in the context of changing guidelines and care pathways”. I am part of a team evaluating the impact of an Experience Based Co-design Project in cancer outpatient services.
I teach on a number of courses at Imperial and Kings regarding Qualitative Research Methods, Civil Society and HIV, NHS and the Workforce and HIV and Nursing.
Bruton J, Norton C, Smyth N, Ward H, Day S. Nursing handover: patient and staff experiences. British Journal of Nursing. 2016, Vol25, No7.
Evans C, Bennett J, Croston M, Brito-Ault N, Bruton (2015) “In reality, it is complex and difficult”: UK nurses' perspectives on “treatment as prevention” within HIV care” AIDS Care, 27:6, 753-757, DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2014.1002826
et al., 2019, Experience of primary care for people with HIV: a mixed-method analysis, British Journal of General Practice, Vol:3, ISSN:0960-1643
et al., 2018, From activism to secrecy: contemporary experiences of living with HIV in London in people diagnosed from 1986 to 2014, Health Expectations, Vol:21, ISSN:1369-6513, Pages:1134-1141
et al., 2018, Patient perspectives on the HIV continuum of care in London: a qualitative study of people diagnosed between 1986 and 2014, Bmj Open, Vol:8, ISSN:2044-6055
et al., 2016, Nurse handover: patient and staff experiences, British Journal of Nursing, Vol:25, ISSN:0966-0461, Pages:386-393