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Dr Aileen Grant

Biography Dr Aileen Grant is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice at RGU.

Aileen is a medical sociologist and her research interest is in the lived experience of multiple long-term conditions (including Long Covid and polypharmacy), patient safety, wellbeing of health care staff and the prevention of long-term conditions, focusing on the determinants of health and preconception health.

Aileen is the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice lead for public and patient involvement and engagement, convener of their ethics committee and research degrees coordinator. She teaches and supervises postgraduate students within RGU and at other universities. She also sits on NHS Grampian’s We Care and Clinical Strategy Supported Self-Management Transformation Programme Board and holds an honorary research fellow appointment with the University of Stirling.
Research Interests - Long Covid
- Multimorbidity and polypharmacy
- Wellbeing of health care staff
- Health inequalities
- The organisation and delivery of health care
ResearcherID J-4839-2018
Scopus Author ID 7402445419