Chrysi Leliopoulou is a registered nurse with a BSc in Nursing and an MSc in Nursing studies from Manchester University.
Chrysi has worked as a senior nurse and research fellow prior to joining Middlesex university in 2000.
Her specialist subject teaching areas are Research Methods and Clinical Skills for both undergarduate and postgraduate student nurses.
Special research interests include nurses' wellbeing at work, trait emotional intelligence development in professional groups, communication skills for nurses and student nurses clinical pracice development.
Chrysi has a number of publications in these research areas.
Chrysi has undertaken various education management roles within the University.
Chrysi is currently the module leader of the MSc module NSA4002"Essentials of Advanced Nursing Practice" and Veterinary module VET2703 "Health and social care research".
Chrysi is currently reading her PhD in Psychology at Middlesex University.
Leliopoulou, Chrysi and Cockerton, Tracey and Traynor, Michael (2018) Trait emotional intelligence: a strategy for managing nurses’ affective wellbeing at work. In: STTIEC2018: STTI 4th Biennial European Conference, 04-06 Jun 2018, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Chrysi won a mini project bid of £6000 to explore student nurses' perceptions of their clinical competence and experience in clinical placements. The work was published in 2004.