Georgios Tsigkas is a Lecturer in the Nursing Division.
 
  • Overview
  • Research Interests
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Research Publications

I was born in the capital of Greece, Athens, where I graduated as a Registered General Nurse. I moved to Cardiff in 2014 and completed my Master’s Degree in Advanced Practice with selected pathway in Education for Health Professionals.

My clinical experience is in acute medical admission wards and emergency departments across Greece and the United Kingdom. I still work at NHS Lothian as a bank staff nurse trying to keep contact with clinical areas.

I commenced my employment at Queen Margaret University in January 2017 having as a primary role to facilitate and promote the collaboration between QMU and Akmi Metropolitan College for the BSc (Hons) Nursing programme. My teaching role at QMU is mainly on Skills and Practice modules over the years 1-3.

Active research interests:

  • Quality of life of people living with HIV infection
  • Critical realism in qualitative research

 Research Methods:

  • Qualitative research
  • Ethnography
  • Interviews
  • Observation

Skills & Practice and staff development with our collaborative partners in Greece.

Please see my research publications in eResearch – Queen Margaret University’s repository