Dr Calvin Moorley
Telephone:020 7815 4704
School/Division:Health and Social Care / Adult Nursing and Midwifery
Dr Moorley is a Senior Lecturer in adult nursing and has an academic background in public health and health promotion. He is a registered nurse (Adult) and practices in intensive care therapy.
His research focuses on the interplay of gender, culture ethnicity and health. He is also holder of the Mary Seacole Award for Leadership in Nursing.
Dr Moorley teaches on a range of modules across the adult nursing curriculum
Dr Moorley's research focuses on the interplay of gender, culture ethnicity and health. His most recent work focuses on life after stroke among black and ethnic minority groups.
Dr Moorley has a keen interest in later life and health promotion provisions in inner cities. He is Associate Editor for Evidence Base Nursing and reviews for the Journal of Clinical Nursing, Journal of Research in Nursing, and Nursing Older People. He additionally supervises undergraduate and post graduate research students.
Dr Moorley is a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Moorley is linked to Barts Health and has clinical visits at Whipps Cross Hopsital. He also regularly acts as an external panel member for various high education institutions.