NMPC Research Seminar: Methodologies and Applied Technologies for Clinical Care

10 Mar 2021, 15:30 to 17:00

Conducting online fieldwork during the pandemic

This joint seminar between the Division of Methodologies and Division of Applied Technologies for Clinical Care will feature 10-minute presentations about Faculty researchers who have been undertaking participatory research during COVID-19. The seminar will be 90-minutes so there is time for discussion between presentations. 

These seminars are a showcase of research activity in the newly created Research Divisions in the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Pallative Care – Division of Applied Technologies for Clinical Care, Division of Care in Long Term Conditions and the Division of Methodologies.

Please contact KCL - NightingaleComms on nightingalecomms [at] kcl [dot] ac [dot] uk to request the teams invite to the seminar.

Schedule for the seminar:

Title Speakers Time

Creative solutions for co-designing medical devices in a pandemic

Q&A Session

Tanya Graham, Research Fellow



From real life to online: Reflections on doing ethnographic fieldwork with the same participants before and during the pandemic.

Q&A Session

Amit Desai & Giulia Zoccatelli, Research Fellows




Shifting from in person to online data collection in a research project exploring practices in a peer to peer mental health support programme for people with intellectual disabilities: practical and ethical issues

Q&A Session

Deborah Chinn, Lecturer

16:15 to 16:25



16:25 to 16:35

Co-designing virtually: developing the REducing the impACT of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (REACT-CIPN) intervention during the COVID-19 pandemic

Q&A Session

Mary Tanay, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow