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60 seconds with acute clinical research nurse Claire Matata

Be proactive and don't wait for opportunities to come your way, says lead nurse for emergency and acute clinical research Claire Matata. 
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Be proactive and don't wait for opportunities to come your way, says lead nurse for emergency and acute clinical research Claire Matata

Claire Matata is lead nurse for emergency and acute clinical research at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital. She completed her degree in adult nursing at the University of Liverpool in 2010, and has worked in thoracic surgery, community and prison nursing and as a specialist research nurse and senior clinician in urgent care. In 2015, she spent three months in Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis, working as project manager at the Port Loko Ebola Treatment Centre.

What are your main work responsibilities? Leading a team of research nurses, increasing our portfolio of studies and supporting clinical staff to get involved in clinical research.

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