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Dr Nuriye Kupeli
6th Floor, Wing B, Maple House
149 Tottenham Court Road
London
W1T 7NF
Appointment
  • Senior Research Fellow
  • Division of Psychiatry
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Research Summary


Nuriye joined the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department in November 2013. Since joining the department, Nuriye has contributed to a various programmes of work. This includes the COMPASSION programme assessing the clinical symptom burden of people with advanced dementia in care homes, as well as looking at the health and social care needs of their carers. As a mixed methods researcher, Nuriye has conducted qualitative analysis of interviews with health care professionals who are involved in the care of elderly people and has disseminated the findings in peer-reviewed journals and international conferences.


As a Senior Research Associate, Nuriye has worked across various research projects. These include a systematic review evaluating the psychometric properties of tools assessing quality of death and dying and quality of care and satisfaction with care at the very end of life. This work forms part of the Marie Curie funded I-CAN-CARE programme grant. Nuriye is part of a team of researchers who have been awarded a Marie Curie grant to conduct a multi-synthesis systematic review on the effectiveness of aromatherapy, massage and reflexology in alleviating pain, anxiety and enhancing wellbeing of palliative care patients. Nuriye is also on the supervision team for a Marie Curie and ESRC co-funded PhD studentship exploring emotional disclosure as a form of therapeutic intervention on health-related outcomes of people with progressive advanced chronic diseases and their family carers.


Nuriye has been awarded a three-year Junior Fellowship from the Alzheimer's Society to explore family carers’ experiences of continuing compassion while caring for someone living with dementia. This mixed-methods programme commenced 1st October 2018 and will involve developing and evaluating a new tool to assess how compassion is experienced and using the tool to test if and how compassion may be linked to adverse psychological and behavioural outcomes.


Prior to joining the unit, Nuriye completed a PhD in Health Psychology examining the effects of stress and affect regulation on problematic weight regulation.

Teaching Summary

Nuriye is involved in teaching MSc modules within the UCL Division of Psychiatry in Mental health and Dementia. She also supervises MSc students.


Nuriye is currently supervising a PhD exploring emotional disclosure as a form of therapeutic intervention on health-related outcomes of people with progressive advanced chronic diseases and their family carers.


Appointments
01-MAR-2016 Senior Research Associate Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department UCL, United Kingdom
04-NOV-2013 – 31-MAR-2017 Research Associate Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Department UCL, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2014 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Psychology University of Hertfordshire
2010 MSc Master of Science – Psychology University of Hertfordshire
2009 BSc Hons Bachelor of Science – Psychology University of Hertfordshire
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