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University:University Hospital of South Manchester
Biography:Edge Hill University’s Dr Bhuvaneswari Bibleraaj, a Senior Lecturer in Perioperative Studies, has been chosen as one of NHS North West’s research Wonder Women.
Dr Bibleraaj has 19 years’ experience as a surgical practitioner and her research focuses on training future practitioners in keyhole surgery.
Dr Bibleraaj is the third woman from Edge Hill to be featured as an NHS Wonder Women, following in the footsteps of Prof Clare Austin, Director of Medical Education and Associate Dean of Research and Innovation and Prof Sally Spencer, Director of Clinical Research at the University’s Postgraduate Medical Institute.
She is also an NIHR post-doctoral fellow and is President of the Association of Cardiothoracic Surgical Care Practitioners in the UK.
Her current postdoctoral research is based on a structured way of training future practitioners in keyhole surgery based on evidence-based clinical practice.
Her book a step by step ‘Cardiothoracic surgery manual for perioperative practitioners’ is due to be published.