Dr Clare McFeely
- Senior Lecturer (Nursing & Health Care)
Clare qualified as a midwife in 1996. From 2001 she worked in evaluation and research posts in NHS Scotland, including 3 years working with the Glasgow Homelessness Partnership. In 2009 Clare was seconded to Scottish Government where she worked as Research Manager for the Gender Based Violence and Health Programme before moving to education.
Clare joined Nursing & Health Care as a Research Nurse Associate in 2012 and became a University Teacher in early 2014. She is year lead for first year of the Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) Programme and leads courses across the programme on Policy and Public Health. In addition, Clare teaches in the University of Glasgow / Singapore Institute of Technology joint degree.
Clare also contributes to teaching in the MSc programme and provides supervision for students studying at Honours, MSc and PhD level.
Clare’s research interests include gender based violence, child and maternal health and health inequalities. She is a founder member of the Gender Based Violence Research Network.
In November 2017, Clare received an award from Scottish Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professional Reseach Unit for Originality in Doctoral Research
Developing a Multi Professioanl Learning Resource for Gender Based Violence (U21 Health Sciences, 2017 - 2018)
Strengthening the Health Visitor Response to Families Affected by Domestic Abuse (Burdett Trust for Nursing, 2012-2014)
Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.
- Evaluation: Implementation of Routine Enquiry and RIC in Health Visiting Services
NHS Health Scotland
2019 - 2022