Lorraine graduated from UEA as a registered Adult Nurse in 2015.
In her early career, Lorraine worked in the Acute Medical Unit at the
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. She then moved into the
community setting as a Community Nurse. Later, Lorraine worked
as a clinician for NHS 111, carrying out complex triage, providing
assessment, advice, and information to patients, caregivers, and
families across the lifespan. During Lorraine's time at NHS 111, she
held various roles, including Clinical Quality Lead for Norfolk and
Waveney. This provided her with an opportunity to further develop
her clinical knowledge and leadership skills.
Lorraine is especially passionate about education having developed
several training projects and an interactive enriching learning
programme for student nurses and paramedics at NHS 111 in
conjunction with UEA. It was Lorraine's goal to create a supportive,
facilitating, evidence-based learning environment.
Lorraine joined HSC in 2021 as part of the Adult Nursing lecturing
team. Lorraine has been involved in teaching across various nursing
programmes and has a particular interest in professionalism,
leadership, community nursing and remote consultation skills. In
2022, Lorraine became the Course Director for the Adult Field.
Lorraine is passionate about her chosen profession and keen to
support students both clinically and academically as they progress
through their Nursing degree.
Bachelor of Science