Ms Bandana Uprety RGN, PGCert, BSC, MA in Clinical Education

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Bandana Uprety is a Senior Lecturer for Adult Nursing in the Faculty of Education, Health, and Science. Bandana joined Greenwich University in October 2022, bringing with her expertise in clinical and educational knowledge in Adult Nursing and Simulation Training. She completed her PG Cert in 2016 and is registered as a Fellow Health with Higher Education Academy. She also completed a Master’s in Clinical Education from Kings College London in 2019.

Bandana has an extensive experience in Recovery Nursing as well as in Medical education, delivering clinical skills and simulation training for undergraduate and postgraduate doctors.

Post Held Previously:

2008- 2014: Recovery Co-Ordinator, Kings College Hospital
2014-2022: Clinical Skills and Simulation Education Tutor, Princess Royal University Hospital

Responsibilities within the university

  • Senior Lecturer for Adult Nursing
  • Module Leader in Developing Nursing Practice


  • GKT School of Medical Education, Winner of the Denmark Hill Cluster, “Outstanding Contribution to Clinical Teaching Award”, Kings College London, 2019
  • GKT School of Medical Education, Winner of the Denmark Hill Cluster, “The Student Experience Award,” Kings College London, 2018


  • Member of the Association for Simulation Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH)
  • Honorary Senior Lecturer in GKT Medical School
  • Outstanding Contribution and Dedication To Teaching at Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education at Kings College Hospital

Research / Scholarly interests

Research interest in Nursing Education and Health Care Simulation-based education to improve and promote the safety of patient.