Yasmin Perry

Senior Lecturer

School of Community Health and Midwifery

Greenbank, GR208

+44 (0) 1772 89 3772

Yasmin's professional interests lie in the community setting including school nursing practice and public health. Yasmin a senior lecturer and teaches across both pre and post registration nursing courses. She is a qualified adult, sick children's nurse , school nurse and practice teacher. She has a Masters qualification in Practice Enhancement. Yasmin is pathway leader for School Nursing and course leader for the Post Graduate Certificate Practice Teacher Preparation.


1987 Registered General Nurse (Part 1)
1998 Registered Sick Children’s Nurse (Part 8)
1998 Diploma in Children's Nursing
2002 BSc (Hons) Specialist Nursing Practice (Paediatrics), University of Central Lancashire
2003 Postgraduate Diploma Community Specialist Practice School Nursing (Part 3), University of Central Lancashire
2008 Post Graduate Certificate Practice Teacher, University of Central Lancashire
2008 MSc Practice Enhancement School Nursing, University of Central Lancashire


Assisted Dr Karen Whittaker on project looking at Family Support in a local Primary Care Trust completed July 2009.

Completed research project September 2009 with student intern examining Young People’s perceptions of School Health Services through student internship scheme.


Member of National Forum os School Health Educators 

Teaching Activities and Responsibilities

Pre and post registration nursing

School nursing practice

Public health

Practice Teacher preparation


Childhood and family life

Change for children

Nursing skills