Professional Qualifications and professional memberships
- Registered Nurse (RN)
- Registered Midwife (RM)
- BSc (Hons) Nursing
- Post Graduate Diploma/MSc in Nursing Studies with Education
- Doctorate in Education (EdD)
- Professional role development in nursing and allied health professionals.
- Identifying cause of variation of risk adjusted outcomes for neonates.
- Pedagogic research.
- Research capacity-building in NHS Trusts
I am a registered nurse and registered midwife, and worked clinically as a staff nurse in an arterio-vascular surgical unit and a staff midwife on a regional neonatal intensive care unit in Liverpool between 1986 and 1990.
I obtained a position as research associate at the Royal College of Physicians, London between 1990 and 1994 were I co-ordinated several MRC funded randomised controlled trials and contributed to the development of the CRIB (Clinical Risk Index for Babies) CRIB score, a tool which is used for assessing neonatal risk and comparing performance of neonatal intensive care units.
I moved into Higher Education in 1994 when I obtained a post as Lecturer in Adult Nursing with the School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of East Anglia. During this time, I have attained a Post Graduate Diploma/MSc in Nursing Studies with Education, and, more recently a Doctorate in Education.
A case study exploring employment factors affecting general practice nurse role development,
in Primary Health Care Research & Development
pp. 87-97Full Text UEA Repository
Standards for midwife Practitioners of external cephalic version: A Delphi study,
pp. e79–e86Full Text UEA Repository
Living with hepatitis C: A phenomenological study,
in Journal of Clinical Nursing
pp. 428–438Full Text UEA Repository
Exploring the effects of advancing patient and family-centred care (PFCC) within an acute adult cardiac ward.,
in British Journal of Nursing
pp. 213-218UEA Repository
Innovations and action research to develop research skills for nursing and midwifery practice: the Innovations in Nursing and Midwifery Practice Project study,
in Journal of Clinical Nursing
pp. 1716-25Full Text UEA Repository
An action research approach for developing research and innovation in nursing and midwifery practice: Building research capacity in one NHS foundation trust,
in Nurse Education Today
pp. 39-45Full Text UEA Repository
Key Research Interests
My current research involves facilitating research capacity building in NHS Foundation Trusts. This involves identifying the organisation’s potential to support nursing and allied health professionals to undertake research in practice and working with organisations to develop an infrastructure to support frameworks for research capacity building.
Moore, J. (2009) An exploration of lecturer as facilitator within the context of problem-based learning. Nurse Education Today 29, 150-156
Current teaching activity is based around pre and post registration adult nursing practice; undergraduate research and research degree students (PGR)
- My main administrative responsibilities are centred around my pre and post registration unit leader roles.