Dr Nasrin Nasr

PhD, MSc, PgCert in Health Care Education, BSc, AHEA

School of Health and Related Research

Research Fellow

+44 114 222 2972

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Dr Nasrin Nasr
School of Health and Related Research
Room 1.09b, First Floor, the Innovation Centre
Regent Court (ScHARR)
30 Regent Street
S1 4DA

I am a physiotherapist by background. I was awarded my PhD in patient-reported outcome measures from Sheffield Hallam University in 2007. I joined the Centre for Health and Social Care Research at Hallam University in 2008 and seconded to the ScHARR in 2009. I started a substantive position as research associate in the ScHARR and within the Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology group in January 2012.

Research interests
  • Interdisciplinary research
  • Qualitative research particularly Narrative inquiry
  • Using Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs)
  • Examining Response Shift theory in the measurement of change
  • User-centred design methods and experience-based approach
  • Evaluating complex health interventions

Current projects

  • The SCRIPT: Supervised Care and Rehabilitation Involving Personal Tele-Robotics, EU funded project (Co-investigator)
  • Life with stroke: The Crucible programme (Principal investigator)
  • A feasibility study to explore existing insole technology expansion to other long term conditions, CLAHRC YH (Co-investigator)
Teaching interests

My teaching experience includes qualitative methods and complex evaluation methods. I am joint leader for the short course Evaluating Programmes, Technology and Other Complex Interventions (EPTOCI) and Masters module Complex Evaluation Methods.

Professional activities
  • Associate member of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
  • Member of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation