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Jackie Lisle

PositionNursing Lecturer
Location2.06
DepartmentSchool of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
Telephone01274 236082
Emailj.lisle1@bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Primary Health Care Nursing, Practice Nursing, Tissue Viability, Lymphedema and Clinical Practice/Skills

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Post Registration Modules

  • Programme Lead for PG Dip Practice Nursing (level 7)
  • Teaching Wound Care Modules (level  6 & 7)
  • Supporting delivery of CPD Modules

Module Leader for pre-registration

  • Developing Proficiency in Professional Practice year 3

Practice Education Support Team

  • Clinical linking 2 days per week
  • Clinical Audits
  • Mentor Updates

Other

  • Supporting delivery of the Nursing Curriculum  (year 1,2,3)
  • Supervising, assessing and support of students- undergraduate and post graduate

Biography

  • Clinical experience of 40 years working in a variety of settings and specialisms include Mental Health, Adult and Children’s Nursing
  • District Nurse
  • District Tissue viability Adviser
  • Working in nurse education since 2005, as part of the Adult Field team at the University of Bradford

In addition to my lecturer role I continue to work in Primary Health Care, delivering health needs to those in community settings.

Study History

  • 2006 - MSc in Advanced Nursing Practice
  • 2001 - BSc Professional Studies Nursing
  • 1996 - BA (Hons) Community Health
  • 1992 - Post Graduate Certificate in Health Education

Professional History

  • 2009 - Lecturer/practice educator
  • 2001 - Dermatological Nursing (for RN1s)
  • 2000 - ENB Tissue Viability (N49)
  • 2000 - ENB Developments in Dermatological Nursing (N25)
  • 2000 - ENB Nursing Management of Patient with Leg Ulcers (N18)
  • 2000 - Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber
  • 1990 - Specialist Practitioner  District Nursing
  • 1982 - Registered Nurse: Adult
  • 1979 - Registered Nurse: Mental Health
  • 1976 - Nursery Nurse

Current Projects

  • 2016 - Nursing Home Project
  • 2015 - Nominated for Innovation in research: Nursing Times Award as a joint practice initiative to improve student/patient experience

 

Publications

Lisle J (2002) Use of Sugar in the treatment of infected leg ulcers: British Journal of Community Nursing: Wound Care Page 40-46

Lisle J (2002) Debridement of Necrotic tissue and eschar using a capillary dressing and semi-permeable film dressing, British Journal of Community Nursing: Wound Care Page 29-30, 32,34

Lisle J (2001) Best Practice: Managing malignant fungating lesions. Nursing Times, 36-37

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