Eden is a lecturer in the Institute of Health. Eden is the module lead for Leadership and Change in health care (L6) as well as lecturer on modules: Minor injury / Minor illness (L6 & L7), Major injury / Major illness (L6 & L7),  Medicines - Therapeutics and Pharmacology (L6). 

Prior to joining the University of Cumbria, Eden worked in a variety of specialist nursing roles across the northwest including endoscopy, school nursing and neonatal intensive care. Eden has varied research interests including the autistic experience in higher education, complex regional pain syndrome and evidence based practice in health care. 

Alongside her role as a lecturer, Eden supports the Cochrane library on a team of collaborators identifying randomised controlled trials from ICTRP and finding randomised and quasi-randomised controlled trials from Eden has a strong passion for evidence-based practice and regularly peer reviews articles and CPD content for a well known nursing publication.  

Eden is currently an MA Education Professional Practice student, with a research interest in the autistic lived experience in higher education. 



Qualifications and memberships

MA Education Professional Practice (current student)

PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education 

BSc (Hons) Gastronenterology (First class award)

DipHE Nursing (Distinction)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

RN (2013)

Member of The Cochrane Library Collaboration

Academic and research interests

Special research interest:

The autistic experience in higher education

Paediatric complex regional pain syndrome

Other interests:

Pain assessment and management in health care

Evidence based practice




Rose, Eden (2023) Complex regional pain syndrome: diagnosis and management. Nursing Standard, 38 (3).