Dr Laura Flannelly

May 17, 2024

Dr Laura Flannelly received her BSN from Hunter College-Bellevue School of Nursing, and her MS in Community Mental Health Nursing and PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Laura was a faculty member of the University of Hawaii’s Department of Nursing for 15 years and has worked in clinical settings in Hawaii and New York City. She has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles on nursing education, cognitive psychology, patient self-management, and methodological critiques of research on religion and health. She is the co-author of a book on counselling individuals with post-traumatic stress and a co-editor of a book on research methodology in healthcare. Before joining Oxford Science Editing, Laura worked for five years as a freelance editor with another company editing manuscripts on psychology and psychosocial healthcare authored by non-native English speakers. Since joining Oxford Science Editing in 2018, she has edited over 250 research manuscripts, reviews, and meta-analyses, for submission to nursing, medical, and psychology journals. The topics of the manuscripts included oncology, aging, stroke, cerebrovascular disease, coronary heart disease, transplantation, diabetes, osteoporosis, and educational methods in medical and nursing training programmes. Recently, she has edited manuscripts on the effects of visual programming on secondary school students, arts therapy for persons with schizotypal disorder, therapists as patients in psychotherapy, and families of children on the autism spectrum.