Dr Cooper-Moss is a GP trainee working in Rossendale, Lancashire. She is currently undertaking an Academic Clinical Fellowship with East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group. She looks forward to strengthening the ongoing relationship between UCLan and local partner organisations.
As a honorary lecturer for the medical school, Dr Cooper-Moss facilitates medical student campus sessions for the MBBS course. She is also a supervisor and principle investigator for the UCLan undergraduate research internship programme and medical student research electives.
Dr Cooper-Moss graduated from Keele University in 2013, where she completed an intercalated MPhil degree on "Ths cause and effect of mood disturbance in patients with Ankylosing Spondylitis". She commenced her GP training in the East Lancashire area in 2015 and was awarded an Academic Clinical Fellowship in October 2018. Her research interests include mental health, cancer, health inequalities and medical education. She is currently undertaking quality improvement work with the Lancashire and South Cumbria Cancer Alliance, and is a Principle Investigator for NIHR portfolio studies in General Practice.
- MbChB (Hons), Keele University, 2013
- MPhil, Keele University, 2013
- Highly commended poster award Annual RCGP conference, 2019.
- 1st prize poster in the UCLan undergraduate research internship programme competition, 2020 (project supervisor)
- Cancer care
- Medical education
- Mental health
- Health inequalities
- Medical leadership
- GP trainee, East Lancashire NHS Teaching Hospitals
- Associated in Training, Royal College of General Practitioners
- Next Generation GP co-lead, Lancashire