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Lucy Stainer

  • Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
  • B234,
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I have extensive clinical and academic experience since graduation. 13 years' variety of surgical settings, 3 years as Lecturer Practitioner and 13 years as a Senior Lecturer. Areas of interest focus upon the learners and staff experiences both within the University and practice setting, and in particular: - Team-Based Learning - personal tutor - assessment in practice - supporting learners with specific learning differences - student experiences in placement and the NMC standards (2018) - how failure can help students succeed - vulnerability within nursing.

Journal Articles


  • White, S., Phillips, J. and Stainer, L., 2013. Retaining Non Standard Students in Health and Social Care. In: Clark, R., Andrews, J., Thomas, L. and Aggarwal, R., eds. Compendium of effective practice in higher education: Volume 2. Aston University, Birmingham, and the Higher Education Academy, York,, 105-108.



Profile of Teaching UG

  • Practice Lead for the Year 2 Nursing Fields

Invited Lectures

  • Team based Learning with practice partners, Lansdowne Campus, 21 Mar 2018 more

Conference Presentations

  • Celebrating and Disseminating Good practice across Health Professions, How the creation of a Virtual Locality Placement enabled student nurses to achieve practice hours during the pandemic, 05 May 2021, Virtual
  • RCN Education Forum Virtual Conference and Exhibition 2021. Stepping up: educating the nursing workforce in challenging times, A virtual placement: An innovative initiative during a global pandemic, 20 Apr 2021, Virtual


  • MA in Higher Professional Studies (Oxford Brookes University, 2004)
  • Postgraduate Diplma in Education (Oxford Brookes University, 2001)
  • PGCE in Education (Oxford Brookes University, 1999)
  • The Further & Adult Education Teachers Certificate in Teaching (Oxford College of Further Education, 1997)
  • BA (Hons) in Psychology and Philosophy (Staffordshire University, 1995)
  • Registered General Nurse in Nursing (Oxford School of Nursing, 1991)


  • Nursing & Midwifery Council, Registered Nurse - Adult; Teacher (1991-),
  • Royal College of Nursing, Member,