Dr Danny Meetoo
Lecturer –Multi-Professional Post-Graduate Studies
I am a lecturer in Post-Graduate Multi-Professional Studies in the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, University of Salford. In 2002, I graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University where I completed my PhD. My thesis looked at the concept of non-adherence in diabetes self-care activities among people of South Asians (Pakistani) origin and indigenous Caucasian people diagnosed with diabetes. I have presented the various aspects of my work at several international and national conferences. In my present role, I teach pre-registration undergraduate students which also extends to planning and organizing CPD events and delivering teaching sessions on diabetes. I also teach research and research methods to post-graduate students. I have also developed a keen interest in nanotechnology as applied to health and have written a number of articles in this field, including a contribution to a book chapter. Finally, as well as reviewing articles, and being on editorial board, I am also the sub-editor of the Caribbean Journal of Nursing.
Research Methods - Post-Graduate
Diabetes Mellitus - CPDs
Diabetes Mellitus & self-care
Nanotechnology in the context of health care
Qualifications and Memberships
PhD, MSc, PGD, BSc(Hons), RGN, RNT, Cert Ed.
International Institute of Qualitative Methodology (IIQM)