Lorna Main

Lorna Main

Lorna Main

Lorna Main

Senior Lecturer

Department of Adult Nursing and Paramedic Science

Faculty of Education and Health

Lorna Main is a Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing in the Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science at the University of Greenwich.

Since her appointment in 2015, Lorna leads the course on Leadership and Management and Transition as well as professional practice courses on the Pre-Registration Adult Nursing programme. Lorna also teaches on the mentorship preparation course.

Posts held previously:

  • 2004-14, Lecturer of Pre-Registration Adult Nursing, University of West Scotland
  • 1994-2004, Care Home manager, Scotland
  • Pre 1994, Staff Nurse Orthopedic Theatres and Wards GGHB Glasgow, Scotland
  • Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
  • Course Leader on Leadership And Management and Transition
  • Course Leader of professional practice on the Pre-Registration Adult Nursing programme

Lorna's research interests include care of the elderly, spiritual and compassionate care and mentorship, as well as effective Manual Handling techniques.

Anderson, L. (2011) A learning resource for developing effective mentorship in practice. Nursing Standard, Aug 24-30; 25 (51): 48-56; quiz 58.

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