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Prof Daniel Kelly  -  PhD (Goldsmiths, London), MSc (Surrey), BSc (Edinburgh), RN, NDN Cert, PGCE, FRSA.

Abdulrahman Aldawood

'Leadership for nursing in Saudi Arabia'.

Amie Hodges

'The sibling's role in childhood illness contexts'.

Jane Davies

'Young people's involvement in cancer treatment decisions'.

Sarah Fry

'Perceptions of prostate cancer risk in African and Caribbean men in South Wales: implications for health policy and supportive care'.

Marion Allison

' Living with a stoma; the impact on adolescents with Inflammatory Bowel Disease '.

Susie Pearce

'Cancer in young adulthood- a study of identity shift using narrative and photography'  (University College London).

Peter McNee

'The role of the father in the care of a child with Congenital Heart Disease'

Previous PhD Supervision

'Managing the nurse-patient relationship with people diagnosed with personality disorder in therapeutic communities and secure mental health settings.' (Anne Aiyegbusi, PhD, Middlesex University & The Tavistock Clinic, London, awarded 2011).

'Addressing the sexual health needs of 'hard to reach' young people'. (Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD, Middlesex University, London. awarded 2010).

'The supportive care needs of patients diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma’. (Patricia Smith, PhD, City University, London, awarded 2009).

'Patient refusal of dialysis in end stage renal disease’.  (Helen Noble, PhD, City University, London, awarded 2009).

'Quality of life in colorectal cancer patients in a Greek context'. (Georgia Doga, MPhil, Middlesex University, London awarded 2008).

'Factors affecting the achievement of cancer waiting times targets in NHS Trusts: an exploratory study’. (Ann Driver, DProf, Middlesex University, awarded 2008).

The everyday experiences of cancer in Bangladeshi children in East London.’ (Paula Kelly, PhD, Queen Mary Medical School, University of London, awarded 2007).

The concept of Quality in Life in Non Small Cell Lung Cancer.’ (Alison Leary, PhD, UCL & Royal Free Medical School, awarded 2006).