Loreena Hill


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    United Kingdom

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I worked as a heart failure nurse with prescribing authority for nearly 15 years in the Belfast Health & Social Care Trust, before joining Queen's University. My main research interest is Heart Failure (HF), in particular patients with advanced HF symptoms and those with an implanted device (i.e. ICD). At the moment I lead on two European projects as well as supervise two regionally funded doctoral projects. I have published in high impact journals and was lead author of the recently published position statement by the Heart Failure Association (HFA) of the European Society of Cardiology on ‘integrating a palliative approach into HF management’. 


Programme coordinator for the Nurse & Midwifery Prescribing programme & module coordinator for Prescribing in Practice

Module Coordinator for Applied Research & Statistics in Healthcare at MBRU

External Examiner for 'Specialist Nursing' Trinity College, Dublin (2020)   


PhD 2012-2015 Ulster University

Adjunct Assistant Professor at School of Nursing & Midwifery MBRU ( 1st June 2020- 31st May 2022)


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