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Lisa Lawson is a Lecturer in Nurse Education at Edge Hill University. Formerly a social housing professional and then complementary therapist in South Wales, she studied Adult Nursing at Swansea University and Liverpool John Moores University, graduating with First Class Honours in 2006. She worked in the NHS as a Community Staff Nurse and Health Visitor in Liverpool and Wirral for 11 years.
Lisa is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as an Adult Nurse, Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visiting) and V100 Community Prescriber. She achieved an M.Ed in Professional Education from University of Chester in 2020. She is also a Fellow of Advance HE.
Research interests include: the influence of spirituality on student nurses, and inclusive practice in nurse education. She is Practice Assessment Lead for Year of Study 2 on the BSc in Nursing (2018) programme. She is also Inclusion Lead for the Nursing and Midwifery Inclusion Pilot Project, which commences in 2021. She recently completed a qualitative study on 'the influence of spirituality on the lived experience of student nurses', and is preparing her work for publication.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Professional Education, MA, University of Chester
Award Date: 17 Dec 2020
Nursing (Adult), BA
2003 → 2006
Housing, PGDip, Cardiff University
1990 → 1993
Religious Studies, BA, University of Wales
1987 → 1990
- LB Theory and practice of education
- LC Special aspects of education
- RT Nursing
- RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
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An exploration of the support and resources needed by university lecturers and neurodiverse students to successfully navigate the demands of pre-registration nursing programmes in one UK university. A descriptive phenomenological study.