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Mrs Lizzie Ette

Lecturer in Nursing

Summary

Lizzie is an NMC registered nurse, health visitor and non-medical prescriber. She holds NMC Registered Teacher status, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She worked for 27 years in the NHS, with 23 years' experience of being a health visitor, becoming a lecturer in nursing in 2015, fulfilling her long-held ambition to promote and support learning, and to share her passion for caring, health and wellbeing. Lizzie has extensive experience of staff development and training gained throughout her NHS career.

Undergraduate

BSc Nursing (Adult) - Skills for Practice - Caring for People with Long Term Health Conditions - Managing Complexity in Adult Nursing Practice (92518) - Adult Nursing - Safe and Competent Nursing BSc Paramedic Science - Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics BA Working with Children, Young People and Families - Promoting Health and Wellbeing in Children and Young People

Journal Article

The significance of facial shaving as fundamental nursing care

Ette, L., & Gretton, M. (2019). The significance of facial shaving as fundamental nursing care. Nursing Times, 115(1), 40-42

Community-based exercise interventions during pregnancy are perceived as a satisfactory and motivating form of exercise engagement

Ette, L. (2017). Community-based exercise interventions during pregnancy are perceived as a satisfactory and motivating form of exercise engagement. Evidence-Based Nursing, 20(3), 77-78. https://doi.org/10.1136/eb-2017-102681