Claude Chidiac

Claude Chidiac is a Lecturer in Palliative Care at Saint Francis Hospice, and the founder and Course Director of Palliative and End of Life Care at London South Bank University.
Claude Chidiac

He has held a variety of clinical roles in acute, hospice, and community settings. His current work focuses on improving palliative care provision for marginalised populations, with a specific emphasis on gender and sexual minorities.

His PhD research explores the needs, preferences, and experiences of LGBT people with dementia, and their partners at the end of life. Claude has been involved in a number of consultations to support and provide expert advice to organisations about delivering affirmative care for LGBT people nationally, and internationally.

He has been appointed the clinical champion of palliative and end of life care for gender and sexual minorities at Saint Francis Hospice, and is an Executive Board Member at the Lebanese Medical Association for Sexual Health. 

Claude is a PhD student in Palliative Care at Lancaster University. He has an MSc in Palliative Care Clinical Practice from University College Dublin, and a BSc in Nursing from the American University of Beirut.

He completed a PgCert in Academic Practice in Higher Education at King’s College London, and subsequently became a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

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