Independent Heart Failure Nurse Specialist/Lecturer, Honorary Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner, Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Hospitals Trust, PhD Scholar, University of Hull
Amanda is an experienced and senior heart failure nurse who has worked for over a decade in heart-failure nursing, and remains passionate about patient care and heart failure education. Currently, she is working as a Freelance Heart Failure Nurse Consultant/Lecturer and Honorary Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner at Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Hospitals Trust.
Amanda completed her nursing training and degree at the University of Bradford and subsequently studied at Glasgow Caledonian University (Management of Chronic Heart Failure) and the University of Sheffield (Independent Nurse Prescribing).
She has worked as a Heart Failure Nurse Specialist at Bradford City Primary Care Trust, Doncaster Primary Care Trust and as a Primary Care Community Matron (with an interest in Cardiology) for Derbyshire County Primary Care Trust. Amanda was also Lead Nurse for academic cardiology/heart failure services at Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Hospitals Trust. To gain insight into the telehealth industry, Amanda worked as a Nurse Consultant for a year before covering a staff secondment as a Nurse Lecturer at the University of Hull.
Amanda has diverse and significant experience in the design and delivery of educational programmes in heart failure within the Yorkshire and Humber region, working with Education for Health, Rotherham Respiratory Group and companies within the pharmaceutical industry.
She was awarded as a Nurse Fellow from the European Society of Cardiology (NFESC) in 2010 and has been a member of the British Society for Heart Failure (BSH) since 2004, where she has been a Board Member (Observer) since 2013, representing academic cardiology nursing. She has also been a member of the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) since 2005.
Amanda has experience as a nurse researcher, and conceived the study rationale and protocol design for the risk stratification arm of the OPERA-HF study and remains a member of the study steering group. In 2013, she won an Alumni PhD Scholarship Award at the University of Hull, researching the psychological impact of telemonitoring in patients with chronic heart failure.
Amanda Crundall-Goode has received honorarium from Abbott Medical and is currently receiving honorarium for a patient review service from Servier Laboratories.