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Lindsey Regan

Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing
School of Nursing
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Lindsey teaches pre and post registration learners who are studying nursing programmes at UCLan. Her specialisms are public health, Person-centred practice and integrative practice. She is a National Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She supports student learning both in the 'classroom' and in clinical practice.

Lindsey is currently the Year 1 Tutor Lead for the BSc (Hons) Nursing : Pre-registration Programme. She oversees delivery of curriculum to Year 1 Adult Nursing students and contributes to the enhancement of the student experience. As an Academic Advisor, Lindsey offers academic and pastoral support and guidance for students undertaking BSc (Hons) Pre-registration Nursing. She is an Academic Assessor, working in collaboration with practice partners and learners to assess student proficiencies in accordance with NMC standards. Lindsey is an integral member of the module delivery teams for modules spanning Years1 -3 of the BSc (Hons) Pre-registration Nursing programmes, dissertation supervisor for MSc Pre-registration Nursing and module team member for the Return to Practice Nursing programme. Lindsey's published work focuses on the area of student transitions. BANKS, D., WILLIAMS, A., KELLY, F., MCKINLAY, L., REGAN, L., MAGOWAN, R., BUCKLAND, J., and R. ASHTON. 2018. What Scottish health care undergraduates fear about expressing compassion: A survey. Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health Professions, Psychology and Healthcare Research Conference. 16th March 2018. Poster Presentation. GIBSON, C., O'NEILL-BEREST, S., and L. REGAN. 2016. Stimulating a healthy appetite for learning- helping year 1 students to make healthy food choices. Student Transition Enhancement Themes Conference. 20th April 2016. Presentation

Lindsey began her nursing career in Preston in 1997, working as a staff nurse in neurology. She transitioned quickly to into a community role and qualified as a Health Visitor in 2001. Practicing as a public health practitioner in both England and Scotland, Lindsey developed an interest in Person-centred Practice and post-natal mood disorders. Lindsey's passion for education saw her undertake her Practice Educator qualification in 2006 where she supervised the training of student Health Visitors. Lindsey completed a Masters in Counselling in 2015 and became a Volunteer Counsellor for clients in Central Scotland. Alongside the counselling practice, Lindsey became a lecturer in Nursing in 2015, gaining experience in both Scotland and England.

  • MSc Counselling, Roehampton University, 2015
  • PGDip Professional Education: Practice Educator, University of Central Lancashire 2006
  • BSc (Hons) Specialist Community Public Health Nursing: Health Visitor, University of Central Lancashire, 2001
  • BSc (Hons) Nursing, Queen Margaret University, 1997
  • Public Health
  • Integrative Practice
  • Person-centred Practice
  • Applied Social Sciences
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council