Amanda Lee

Amanda Lee

Lecturer/ Associate Dean (International)

Faculty of Health Sciences

School of Health and Social Work

01482 464721

Amanda Lee (née Sherratt) is currently Associate Dean (International) for the Faculty of Health Sciences.

She has lived and worked in the UK, Australia and Saudi Arabia. Her PhD research offers a quantitative spatial analysis of neighbourhoods and their potential to predict incidence – or late stage presentations in gastroesophageal cancer.

Amanda was an expert member on the National Pharmacovigilance Advisory Group for the UK Medicines Healthcare Regulatory Agency.

She is a qualified Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (UK) and was a registered Nurse Practitioner in Australia. She holds registered status as RGN, and completed studies as RM (not currently practicing).


Research Interests

  • Gastroenterology

  • Neonatology

  • Cancer care

  • Quantitative research

  • Literature review methodology


Lee A, Khulusi S, Watson R, 'Which interval is most crucial to presentation and survival in gastroesophageal cancer: a systematic review', Journal of Advanced Nursing (2017)

Hewson V, Lee A, 'Addressing the oral health needs of older people in care', Nursing and Residential Care, 19 (1), (2017)

Cremen J, Lee A, 'An overview of stoma care in the residential setting', Nursing and Residential Care, 18 (11), pp 3-8 (2016)

Lee A, 'Managing constipation in residential care settings', Nursing and Residential Care, 18 (9), (2016)

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Programmes taught on

Modules list

  • Advanced Practice

  • Pharmacology and Non Medical Prescribing

  • Research Methodologies (Quantitative)

  • Advanced Physical Assessment

Professional highlights

Academic qualifications

  • RGN

  • RM (lapsed UK)

  • RNP(Aus)

  • MSC (NP)

  • BhSC (Hons)

  • PGDip

  • Dip Ed

  • ENB A19, 405, 998