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Professor Joanne McPeake

Professor of Nursing

Joanne McPeake is Professor of Nursing in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

With a clinical background in critical care nursing, Joanne has held a number of different academic and clinical roles, including a Chief Scientist Office (Scotland) Clinical Academic Fellowship and a THIS Institute Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Joanne coordinates the Mixed Methods module of the MPhil in Population Health Sciences and supports the academic development of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Research Interests

Joanne leads a programme of research dedicated to improving outcomes for those who have been critically unwell, with a particular focus on how social inequalities influence healthcare access and outcomes. She is the Clinical Chair of the James Lind Alliance Research Priority Partnership for Sepsis, which aims to establish research priorities for sepsis care in the UK.

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