Dr Lucy Moore
South Cloisters 1.35
Lucy Moore is an experienced qualitative researcher with systematic review and project management experience. She is a research fellow in the Third Gap team where she completed her PhD in 2012 on the self-management of chronic illness for older patients with heart disease. Lucy has a specialist interest in patient self-management and clinician management of chronic illness from a sociological and interventional perspective. From 2012-2013 she worked at the University of Alberta, Canada, as a post-doctoral fellow on a systematic review of the mechanisms of heart failure self-care interventions http://www.nursing.ualberta.ca/en/staff/faculty/aclark.aspx
Before coming to the University of Exeter Medical School she worked in the Royal College of Nursing Institute (RCNI), Oxford, on an ethnographic study of practice nurses, accountability and multidisciplinary decision-making. This involved extensive fieldwork and interviews with professionals in primary care. Throughout her nursing career she has worked, clinically and managerially, in surgical and medical specialties including cardiac care in Oxford, UK and Boston, USA.
At Exeter, in the Institute of Health Research, she is currently working on a synthesis of person-centred care (PCC) with the University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-Centred Care (GPCC) www.gpcc.gu.se The aim of this study is to deepen our understanding of person-centred care (PCC) in the context of different GPCC projects and health care settings. This descriptive study, employing qualitative methods, will lead to the development of a framework and richer definition of PCC by identifying key interpretations and core concepts.
Following Lucy’s post-doctoral experience at the University of Alberta, Canada and her current work with the GPCC at the University of Gothenburg, she has established links with internationally recognized research teams.
Broad research specialisms
Qualitative research methods: professional and patient recruitment and project management in primary care (including in-depth face-to-face interviewing, ethnographic fieldwork and observation and other sociological methods).
Data analysis: thematic and constant comparative analysis, employing vignettes, developing conceptual models and using mind-mapping techniques. Employing computer assisted qualitative data analysis software (NVivo)
Systematic review practices: mixed methods meta-synthesis including the realist synthesis approach and meta-ethnography.
- PhD Medical Studies; Exeter
- MSc (Hons) Advanced Health Care Practice; Oxford
- NCLEX-RN (Registered Nurse) MA, USA
- BEd (Hons) Speech and Drama, Central School, London (2.1)
- Registered General Nurse (RGN); London
- Qualitative work on improving our understanding of patients’ experience of health care provision, policy directives and illness management
- Personal relevance and individual self-management practices of older patients
- Strengthening patient and public involvement in research.
The Challenges of Translating Person-Centred Care from Theory into Practice: Lessons to be Learnt from Core Projects within the University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-Centred Care (GPCC).
Publications by category
Publications by year
2015: Abstract award, Prescribing and Research in Medicine Management (PRIMM). 26th Annual Scientific Meeting, UK & IRELAND.
2011: Phil Strong Memorial Prize, Medical Sociological Group, BSA, UK.
2011: Jo Campling Friendship Bursary. Institute of Health Research. 1994: The Worshipful Company of Barber Surgeons, UK.
1994: The Nightingale Fund Council, UK.
Conferences and invited presentations
September 2013: ‘The occupational model of self-management: characterizing the life and illness work of older people with heart disease’ Medical Sociological Group BSA, York, UK
October 2012: ‘Chronic illness and self-management in primary care: characterising the ‘work’ of older patients with coronary heart disease.’ 41st Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting, Canadian Association on Gerontology, Vancouver, Canada.
March 2010: ‘Chronic illness and self-management; assumptions, roles and responsibilities’. Annual Research Event, Peninsula Medical School, UK.
September 2010: ‘Have I got the job? Skills, attributes and presentation of self in self-management and chronic illness’. Medical Sociological Group BSA, Durham, UK.
Sept 2009: ‘A presentation of a model of self-management for chronic illness’. ‘Medical Sociological Group of the British Sociological Association (BSA), Manchester, UK