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Doctor Natasha Campling

Doctor Natasha Campling

Lecturer

Research interests

  • My research is focused on understanding experiences and processes at end-of-life, to improve support for patients and family caregivers during this time.  To do so my research has focused on the following areas, often co-producing and implementing interventions: 
  • Self-management at end-of-life
  • Medicines management, particularly in relation to the use of strong opioids and the associated management of common side-effects

More research

Accepting applications from PhD students.

Connect with Natasha

Email: n.c.campling@soton.ac.uk

Address: B67, West Highfield Campus, University Road, SO17 1BJ (View in Google Maps)

About

Natasha began her career as a cancer and palliative nurse at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London before becoming an academic researcher in 2000. She undertook her PhD at King’s College London (2006), funded by a doctoral training award from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, and joined the University of Southampton in 2015. She is a lecturer within the pre-registration nursing team in the School of Health Sciences, responsible for palliative and end-of-life care educational provision in the BSc and MN curricula.  She combines this with her research focused on understanding experiences and processes at end-of-life, to improve support for patients and family caregivers during this time.

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