RGN RSCN RHV BSc (HONS) MSc PhD
Tel: 01223 330329
Caroline has a clinical nursing and health visitor background and worked in the NHS for 25 years. Caroline completed a BSc (Hons) in Health Studies and a MSc in Psychological Approaches to Health and Management. Her PhD thesis explored the experiences of female multigenerational caring.
Caroline joined the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Cambridge in 2012 as a research assistant on the Living with Breathlessness (LWB) Study with Dr Morag Farquhar. Caroline is currently working on the Improving Primary Care after Stroke (IPCAS) study. Caroline’s research interests include informal caregiving, long term health conditions, intergenerational family relationships and visual methods
Papers and Publications
Farquhar M, Moore C. Is there a role for a Carer Support Nurse? Nursing Times 2017 (in press).
Moore, C.J., Holland, C.A. and Waights, V. (2014). Making Visible the Invisible: Exploring the Experiences of Female Multigenerational Carers. Visual Methodologies, Vol 2, No 1 (2014).
Moore, C., Gaitan, A. and Asimakopoulou, A. (2007). A qualitative study of the effects of infant massage on women with low postnatal mood. Health Psychology Update 2007, Vol 16; Issu 1/2, pages 56-64. British Psychological Society.