Dr Natasha Campling

Senior Research Fellow

Dr Natasha Campling started her career as a cancer and palliative care nurse at the Royal Marsden Hospital, becoming an academic researcher in 2000. Since then she has worked on a wide range of research studies, most recently SMARTE (Self-Management of Analgesia and Related Treatments at the End of life) funded by the Health Technology Assessment programme of the National Institute of Health Research until September 2016. The study focused on the development and feasibility testing of an intervention to improve the supported self-management of opioids and the related side-effects of nausea, constipation and drowsiness. Natasha continues to specialise in end of life research and combines the CLAHRC Theme 6 work with another study entitled “Supporting Family Caregivers at End of Life” funded by the National Institute of Health Research’s School for Social Care Research until February 2018. The study is concerned with implementing evidence to support family caregivers, in the work that they do to facilitate discharge from hospital to the preferred place for end of life care.

Projects by Dr Natasha Campling