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David Nelson

  • Macmillan Research Fellow
  • University of Lincoln
  • 4PublicationsNumber of items in David's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

quantitative researchqualitative researchcarersself-managementsocial care needs of people affected by cancercancer survivorship

About

Macmillan Research Fellow in the School of Health & Social Care, University of Lincoln, UK. Currently working on research looking at motivation in people living with and beyond cancer to self-manage following primary treatment. Other interests include social and supportive care needs of cancer patients and their informal carers.

Publications (4)

  • Carers of people affected by cancer and other long-term conditions at end of life: A qualitative study of providing a bespoke package of support in a rural setting

    • Nelson D
    • Mansfield P
    • Kane R
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  • Evaluation of the Rehabilitation Medicine Community Outreach Team: Lincolnshire

    • Deville J
    • Nelson D
    • Duff C
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  • Supporting carers of people affected by cancer and other long-term conditions at end of life: An evaluation of an innovative intervention in Lincolnshire

    • Nelson D
    • Kane R
    • Thomson A
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  • The Social Care Needs of People Affected by Cancer: A Qualitative Study in Lincolnshire

    • Nelson D
    • Kane R
    • Davies H
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Professional experience

Macmillan Research Fellow

University of Lincoln

October 2015 - Present

Research Assistant

University of Lincoln

March 2014 - September 2015(2 years)

Research Assistant

University of Strathclyde

October 2013 - December 2013(2 months)

Education

PhD Health Research

University of Lincoln

January 2016 - Present

MSc Political Research with Merit

University of Strathclyde

September 2012 - November 2013(a year)

BA (2:1 Hons) Social Sciences with Politics & History

Glasgow Caledonian University

September 2008 - June 2012(4 years)