Marco Clari is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in Nursing at the Department of Public Health and Pediatrics of the University of Turin, Italy. He is a Registered Nurse, and he has been working as a clinical nurse for over 10 years in a medical ward. He earned his Doctorate in Nursing Science in 2018 jointly supervised by University of Rome Tor Vergata and Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. Marco’s primary research area is long-term conditions care. He has multiple publications, including papers reflecting his work on different long-term conditions, especially on the self-care of people with COPD. He published in national and international impacted journals and is a reviewer of several international journals. He has lectured widely on topics that include nursing for long-term conditions and research methodology at the University of Turin as well as at the University of Eastern Piedmont. Marco is a member of the Italian Society of Nursing Science (SISI). He is also a member and part of the Scientific Committee of European Academy of Nursing Science (EANS). Lastly, he is secretary of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) for the nurse group.
University of Turin