Christina leads the growing research activity at LOROS, developing projects, liaising with research colleagues in universities and other hospices and enabling patients and families to participate in research. She supervises colleagues undertaking research for higher degrees and makes sure that findings are known locally, nationally and internationally so that patient care is improved.
Christina has worked as a consultant for 20 years and has been at LOROS since 2003. She has also served on the National Association for Palliative Medicine Executive Committee, chairing the Education Committee and sitting on the specialty committee of the Royal College of Physicians.
Christina holds weekly outpatient clinics and supports patient attending day therapy. She is also on call for emergencies and to give advice to health professionals.
Christina delivers teaching to doctors and a range of health and social care professionals on the masters and other programmes.