RILD Building Level 2, CRF
University of Exeter Medical School, RILD Building, RD&E Hospital Wonford, Barrack Road, Exeter, EX2 5DW, UK
Karen has a background in social research in Melbourne Australia working with the Telecommunications Needs Research Group, teaching methodology and qualitative research software (Nvivo). After her move to the UK she started work at Exeter University in the Sociology Department looking at Politics and Old Age and then researching the support provided at school for children with life limiting and life threatening illnesses, before taking a break to raise her children. Karen developed an interest in diabetes after both her husband and her daughter were diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. This led her to volunteer with Professor Noel Morgan in the Islet Biology Exeter team after which she became Professor Morgan’s PA for 6 months temporarily to cover sick leave before moving to her current role as Research Administrator on the NIHR Global Health Research Project: Improving outcomes in sub-Saharan African diabetes through better diagnosis and treatment.
- Graduate Diploma in Social Research
- Bachelor of the Arts – Sociology & Art History
Social Factors which impact upon successful management and outcomes in Type 1 Diabetes.
Qualitative Research Methodologies
- NIHR Global Health Research Project: Improving outcomes in sub-Saharan African diabetes through better diagnosis and treatment.