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I am a Professor of Diversity and Social Justice in the Adult Nursing Department of London South Bank University, with a background in public health and diversity in care. My research focuses on the interplay of gender, culture ethnicity and health. Since graduating from the University of Essex as an adult registered nurse, I have followed a clinical/academic career, remaining close to clinical nursing, particularly in the critical care environment.
I published a textbook in 2019 Introduction to Nursing for First Year Students, this textbook uses diverse cultural case studies to convey nursing. I successfully launched the Dame Elizabeth Anionwu Lecture for Inclusivity in Nursing and Midwifery and the Anionwu awards for Inclusivity in Nursing and Midwifery. My academic interests are in how health is theorized using social media platforms. I am published widely in nursing and social media and developing an area on the use of social media to enhance research literacy of nurses. I hold the Mary Seacole Prize for Leadership in Nursing 2014. My current work is funded by the European Centre of Excellence for Continuing Professional Development, developing a set of principles for nurses using social media in Europe. My most recent works include Knowledge, attitude and beliefs on sex among Black Africans; Psychosexual Experiences of FGM survivors and Experience of Stroke among Caribbean populations in the UK and the Caribbean. I am well recognised in the field and this can be seen in my esteem factors which include: Guest Editor 2022 for a special issue on Diversity and Social Justice in Nurse Education Today and Journal of Clinical Nursing on LGBTI Health 2017; the Mary Seacole Prize for Leadership in Nursing 2013/14 by the Royal College of Nursing, and various editorships including Evidence Based Nursing Journal and Journal of Transcultural Nursing. I collaborate nationally and internationally including working with teams in Trinidad, Jamaica and Australia. I publish widely in various nursing journals and have given keynote speeches and public seminars on Race and Health Inequities. I further serve the nursing community on various panels such as the Nursing Times Student Nurses awards; Edith Cavell Awards and Health Service Journal awards. A key objective of my programme of work is to reduce the gap in health equities through developing and improving cultural competence and intelligence.
My external activities includes steering group member of the Mary Seacole Awards; Editorial board member of the Journal of Clinical Nursing, External examiner to several universities, Chair of the Chief Nursing Officer (England) National Shared Professional Decision-making Council for Research. Member of the Council of Deans for Health Anti- Racist Policy group. I also hold membership of the European Transcultural Nursing Association, Chief Nursing Officer (England) BAME Strategic Advisory Group and Advisory Group Member for Young Migrants Health Project (Anglia Ruskin University Lead Dr Grace Spencer)
Postgraduate Research Supervision
|Mr Mannah Edward Kargbo||Doctoral Research Project||PhD|
|Mr Audley Beverley Graham||NEGOTIATING SPACES IN ACADEMIA: WHAT MEDIATING FACTORS IMPACT ON THE PARTICIPATION AND PROGRESSION OF BRITISH AFRICAN CARIBBEAN MALES IN ACADEMIA||DProf|
|Mr Abdullahi Ali Ngala||Investigate Saudi citizens attitudes and perceptions towards the image of nursing as a career||PhD|
|Miss Mynesha Sankar||Nursing and midwifery students’ lens: connecting theory to practice||DProf|
|Mrs Rachel Beth Picton||Explore how social media is understood within the professional learning of undergraduate allied health students (diagnostic radiographers) in Generation Z||DProf|
|Mrs Jane Elisabeth Crussell||What are the lived experiences of academic level 5 & 6 pre-registration adult nursing students of palliative and end of life care during the Covid-19 pandemic?||DProf|
|Mr Joshua Sharman||Doctoral Research Project||PhD|
Awarded in the last 5 years
|Miss Shanlee Helen Higgins||Person-centred hydration care for older people living with dementia in acute hospital wards: A Case Study||PhD|
|Mr Victor Kpandemoi Abu||Framework for Empowering Student Nurses for Social Justice Praxis||DProf|
|Mrs Sarah Ofori-Ansah||Young adults’ experiences of dialysis and kidney transplant decision-making.||PhD|
|Ms Claire Patricia Felix||CRACKING THE CODE: FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ACADEMIC SUCCESS ON THE SOCIAL WORK DEGREE A NEWLY QUALIFIED BLACK SOCIAL WORKER’S PERSPECTIVE||DProf|
|Health Education England||2022||HSC_Dame Anionwu Fellowships_HEE||Principal Investigator|
|CPD - Individual||2022||HSC_Dame Anionwu Lecture 2022_Sponsorship||Principal Investigator|
|RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)||2020||HSC_European Nusing Social Media_UMHS||Principal Investigator|
|Health Education England||2016||H191_Consultancy_WP||Principal Investigator|
|Croydon Council||2015||H074_Research_Croydon Council_Sexual Health Focus Groups||Principal Investigator|
|Proposal||Project||Role||Funder||Status||Status last updated|
|PHR Stroke||PHR Stroke||Principal Investigator||National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)||OPEN In preparation||Mar 2023|
|Mildred Blaxtor Postdoctoral Fellowlarship||Mildred Blaxtor Postdoctoral Fellowlarship||Principal Investigator||Foundation forSociology of Health and Illness||OPEN Approved for submission||Mar 2023|
|PSL2223-0193 HSC_Dame Anionwu Fellowships_HEE||HSC_Dame Anionwu Fellowships_HEE||Principal Investigator||Health Education England||OPEN Approved for submission||Jan 2023|
|White Allies Programme||White Allies Programme||Principal Investigator||Guys and St Thomas Trust (GSTT)||OPEN Approved for submission||Feb 2023|
|NIHR Healthtech Research Centres 2022 Stage 2. Automation of data for Improving Community Health Care||Automation of data for Improvity Community Health Care||Co-Investigator||National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)||OPEN Approved for submission||Nov 2022|
Calvin is the only UK editor for the Journal of Transcultural Nursing
An exploration of social participation in Caribbean student nurses' use of social media in their learning journey
Cathala, X., Ocho, O., Mcintosh, N., Watts, P. and Moorley, C. (2022). An exploration of social participation in Caribbean student nurses' use of social media in their learning journey. Journal of Advanced Nursing. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.15499
Inclusivity in nurse education.
Moorley, C. and West, R. (2022). Inclusivity in nurse education. Evidence-Based Nursing. 25, pp. 75-76. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2022-103570
healthcareCOVID: a national cross-sectional observational study identifying risk factors for developing suspected or confirmed COVID-19 in UK healthcare workers.
Kua, J., Patel, R., Nurmi, E., Tian, S., Gill, H., Wong, D., Moorley, C., Nepogodiev, D., Ahmad, I. and El-Boghdadly, K. (2021). healthcareCOVID: a national cross-sectional observational study identifying risk factors for developing suspected or confirmed COVID-19 in UK healthcare workers. PeerJ. 9, p. e10891. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.10891
Senior nurses’ perceptions of junior nurses incident reporting: A qualitative study
Atwal, Anita, Phillip, Miriam and Moorley, Calvin (2020). Senior nurses’ perceptions of junior nurses incident reporting: A qualitative study. Journal of Nursing Management. https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.13063
Performing an A-G patient assessment: a step-by-step guide
Cathala, X and Moorley, C (2020). Performing an A-G patient assessment: a step-by-step guide. Nursing Times. 115 (11), pp. 53-55.
Introduction to research, resources and academic practices
Bowman, S., Thomas, P., Adelaja, B. and Brown, M. (2019). Introduction to research, resources and academic practices. in: Moorley, C. (ed.) Introduction to Nursing for First Year Students Sage. pp. 33-52
Gender and health literacy: men’s health beliefs and behavior in Trinidad
Wills, J., Sykes, S., Hardy, S., Joshua, K., Moorley, C. and Ocho, O (2019). Gender and health literacy: men’s health beliefs and behavior in Trinidad. Health Promotion International. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daz076
A narrative synthesis on healthcare students use and understanding of social media: Implications for practice
Ramage, C and Moorley, C (2019). A narrative synthesis on healthcare students use and understanding of social media: Implications for practice. Nurse Education Today. 77, pp. 40-52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2019.03.010
How to appraise qualitative research
Moorley, C and Cathala, X (2019). How to appraise qualitative research. Evidence-Based Nursing. 22 (1), pp. 10-13. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2018-103044
Fathers’ presence in the birth room – implications for professional practice in the Caribbean
Ocho, O, Lootawan, K A and Moorley, CR (2018). Fathers’ presence in the birth room – implications for professional practice in the Caribbean. Contemporary Nurse. 54 (6), pp. 617-629. https://doi.org/10.1080/10376178.2018.1552524
Improving the physical health assessment of people with serious mental illness
Bardi, J and Moorley, CR (2016). Improving the physical health assessment of people with serious mental illness. Primary Health Care. 26 (10), pp. 28-33. https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.2016.e1149
A comparative study focusing on the clinical decision making processes of nurse practitioners versus medical doctors using scenarios within a secondary care environment
Thompson, T, Barratt, J and Moorley, CR (2016). A comparative study focusing on the clinical decision making processes of nurse practitioners versus medical doctors using scenarios within a secondary care environment. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 73 (5), pp. 1097-1110. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.13206
The condom imperative in anal sex – one size may not fit all: A qualitative descriptive study of men who have sex with men (MSM).
Nevillie, S, Adams, J, Moorley, CR and Jackson, D (2016). The condom imperative in anal sex – one size may not fit all: A qualitative descriptive study of men who have sex with men (MSM). Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25 (23-24), pp. 3589-3596. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13507
Being Responsive: Promoting LGBTI Health and Well-being.
Moorley, CR, Nevillie, S and Johnson, J (2016). Being Responsive: Promoting LGBTI Health and Well-being. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25 (23-24), pp. 3413-3414. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13596
First year nursing students’ experiences of social media during the transition to university: a focus group study
Moorley, CR (2016). First year nursing students’ experiences of social media during the transition to university: a focus group study. Contemporary Nurse. https://doi.org/10.1080/10376178.2016.1205458
Stroke among African-Caribbean women: lay beliefs of risks and causes.
Moorley, CR, Cahill, S and Corcoran, N (2016). Stroke among African-Caribbean women: lay beliefs of risks and causes. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25 (3-4), pp. 403 - 411. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13061
Editorial: Defining, profiling and locating older people: an inner city Afro-Caribbean experience
Moorley, CR and Corcoran, N (2014). Editorial: Defining, profiling and locating older people: an inner city Afro-Caribbean experience. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 23 (15-16), pp. 2083 - 2085. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.12487