Mrs Nicola Anderson BA (Hons), RN Dip HE, MSc

Mrs Nicola Anderson

Institute of Applied Health Research

Contact details

Murray Learning Centre
Institute of Applied Health Research
University of Birmingham
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

Nicola is a postgraduate student currently working on a qualitative study exploring the use of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) in patients receiving haemodialysis.


  • MSc Healthcare Law and Ethics, University of Birmingham, 2008
  • RN Dip HE (Adult Nursing) Homerton School of Health Studies, 1999
  • Law School Finals, University of Central England, 1993
  •  BA Law Tripos, University of Cambridge, 1992


Nicola is concurrently employed by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust as a Senior Research Nurse specialising in nephrology. She has worked within the field of clinical research since 2003, in clinical and teaching roles.

She has broad experience of coordinating multicentre CTIMP and device studies. Her MSc in Healthcare Law and Ethics was completed in 2008 and she is currently working on the PROM-HD study, which is exploring the use of Patient Reported Outcome Measures in the routine care of patients being treated with haemodialysis.


Nicola is currently working on the PROM-HD study: Using patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) to promote quality of care and safety in the management of patients with established kidney disease requiring treatment with haemodialysis.