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Professor LUCY BRAY

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    20032020

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    Lucy Bray has worked within acute children’s nursing for over twenty years, specialising in children’s procedures and surgery. She works as a Professor in Child Health Literacy in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine at Edge Hill University.

    Her research interests include the education, information needs and preparation of children, young people and their parents for surgery, procedures and interventions. Her work explores how children and young people can be provided with information in a meaningful and timely way. Lucy is also involved in programmatic work focused on children and young people living with long-term conditions and complex needs.

    The majority of Lucy’s research is based on qualitative research approaches and uses innovative methods which aim to facilitate the involvement of children and young people. Lucy has published over 40 peer reviewed journal articles and has been shortlisted for national and local nursing research awards. Lucy is also the Post-graduate Research Student Tutor for the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine, Edge Hill University.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Nursing (child), BA, Liverpool John Moores University

    Nursing (child), MSc, University of Manchester

    Nursing, PhD, University of Manchester

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    Co-producing health care - pragmatic principles and an illustration

    KAEHNE, AXEL., BRAY, LUCY. & HOROWICZ, EDMUND., 26 Mar 2020, (Submitted) In : Emerald Open Research.

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  • Core Health Outcomes in Childhood Epilepsy (CHOICE): Development of a core outcome set using systematic review methods and a Delphi survey consensus.

    Crudgington, H., Rogers, M., Bray, L., Carter, B., Currier, J., Dunkley, C., Gibbon, F., Hughes, D., Lyle, S., Roberts, D., Gringras, P., Pal, D. & Morris, C., 31 May 2019, In : Epilepsia. 60, 5, p. 857-871

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