About Carol Bugge

I am a Senior Lecturer at the University of Stirling in Scotland, UK and currently Director of the Alliance for Self Care Research which is a collaboration of four Scottish Universities.    My research focusses on interventions to support self care.  For example I am a grantholder on a large funded trial that aims to explore if bio-feedback mediated pelvic more muscle training (PFMT) is more effective than basic PFMT in reducing the symptoms of urinary incontinence in women (the OPAL trial).  I lead the qualitative case study of women's experience within this trial and am involved in the mixed methods process evaluation. I supervise several doctoral students, many of whom focus upon aspects of patient-nurse interaction.

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I am a Registered Nurse who has worked in health care research for over 20 years. I have experience across a range of research methods, with a particular interest in mixed methods, case study design and linking mixed methods to RCT design. 

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