Charlotte Laura Clarke is a Professor of Health in Social Science at the University of Edinburgh. Her research centres on the experiences of living with dementia.Early life and education Clarke qualified as a nurse in 1986 from what was then called Glasgow College of Technology and worked clinically for a number of years in the National Health Service before moving into roles that were more focused on education and research. Clarke received a part-time PhD studentship from the Regional Health Authority and focused on the experiences of carers of people with dementia. Her doctoral thesis, awarded by Northumbria University, was entitled Who needs problems? : Finding meaning in caregiving for people with dementia.Source: Wikipedia
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