Laurence Leonard

    Laurence Leonard

    Lecturer (Education)

    Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 5853

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    I am an NMC registered nurse and nurse teacher, with a range of clinical experiences such as at St Marys' NHS London,St Georges, London and London Lighthouse. My previous academic position was with the Faculty of Health & Social Care at St Georges,University of London and Kingston University,where I was involved in a range of nursing and paramedic educational programmes.I joined the staff at the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Queens in 2007.


     I am currently module co-ordinator for the following modules:-

    • Dimensions of Care (2nd Year BSc Nursing)
    • Care of the patient with infections (CPD module)
    • The Control of infections and communicable diseases (CPD module)

    In addition I teach across a number of modules including:

    • Care Delivery (2nd Year Bsc Nursing) 
    • Peri-operative practice (CPD) 
    • Health Assessment (CPD)
    • Theory for the Managment of Sexually Transmitted Infections(CPD)

    Current Graduate Supervison

    I am supervisor to two students from Oman who are undertaking Master studies with QUB.

    Research Interests

    I am currently in the 4th year of a joint Ed Doctorate Programme with Roehampton & Kingston University. Having completed all taught modules I am about to commence data collection towards my final thesis.My research involves exploring nurses experience of emotions and emotional displays in clinical practice.


    Nursing Education (Undergraduate and Continuing Professional Development)

    Paramedic Education

    Assessment and Learning

    Infectious diseases and Infection control 


    Leadership roles

    Chair of School of Nursing and Midwifery Assessment Committee.

    Member of School of Nursing and Midwifery Education Committee.

    Member of the steering group for Multiple Mini Interviews(MMIs) in recruitment of nurses and Midwives.

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