School of Health and Life Sciences  

Dr Lisa Kidd

Research Fellow in Public Health
Dr Lisa Kidd is a Research Fellow in Public Health based within the School of Health & Life Sciences/Institute for Applied Health Research.

Lisa has a clinical nursing background and her areas of research interest and expertise include self-management, stroke and other long-term conditions, person centred healthcare and patient and public engagement in research. Lisa has recently received grant funding from significant funding bodies including National Institute for Health Research, The Stroke Association and the Burdett Trust for Nursing and has peer reviewed for a range of nursing and health-related journals and funding bodies.

Lisa currently leads the Self Management Special Interest Group at GCU and the UK-wide Stroke Self-Management Network. Lisa is a committee member on the Scottish Stroke Nurse Forum and a member of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation and The Alliance, Scotland (formerly the Long Term Conditions Alliance Scotland).