Amanda Lee

Dr Amanda Lee

Senior Lecturer

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Midwifery and Child Health

Qualifications

  • BSc
  • MSc
  • PhD (University of Hull)
  • PGDip
  • PGDip (No Partners)
  • PGCert
  • PCAP (University of Hull)

Summary

Amanda is Associate Dean (International).

Amanda has lived and worked in the UK, Australia and Saudi Arabia. Research skills include

quantitative data analysis

spatial analysis using GIS

Population profiling

Specialism - Gastroesophageal cancer and survival analytics

Clinical - Nurse, Nurse Practitioner (Aus) Midwife (lapsed), Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Non Medical Prescribing.

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

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Experiential learning of HIV self-test among student nurses: A qualitative study

Chiou, P., Chien, C., Lee, A., Hayter, M., & Ko, N. (2019). Experiential learning of HIV self-test among student nurses: A qualitative study. Nurse education today, 79, 111-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2018.11.012

International study reveals aged patients with dementia frequently receive ‘inappropriate prescriptions’

Lee, A. J. (2019). International study reveals aged patients with dementia frequently receive ‘inappropriate prescriptions’. Evidence-Based Nursing, 22(2), 50. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2018-102906

Gastroesophageal cancer patients need earlier palliative intervention - Using data to inform appropriate care

Lee, A., Khulusi, S., & Watson, R. (2019). Gastroesophageal cancer patients need earlier palliative intervention - Using data to inform appropriate care. European journal of oncology nursing, 40, 126-130. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2019.04.004

An (interpretative) phenomenological analysis of nursing professionals' experience of developing a transnational curriculum

Lee, A. (2020). An (interpretative) phenomenological analysis of nursing professionals' experience of developing a transnational curriculum. Nurse education today, 84, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2019.104251

Healthcare professionals must communicate with patients and relatives. They must enable informed, realistic and appropriate decisions in end-of-life pharmacotherapy

Lee, A. J. (2019). Healthcare professionals must communicate with patients and relatives. They must enable informed, realistic and appropriate decisions in end-of-life pharmacotherapy. Evidence-Based Nursing, ebnurs-2019-103179. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2019-103179

Research interests

GIS & applications

Spatial data analysis

Quantitative data analytics

Survival analysis

Consultancy/Industry advisory role

MHRA pharmacotherapeutics expert advisory group

2010 - 2017

Sat on Pharmacovigilance expert advisory group - MHRA based governmental advisory panel for pharmacovigilance.

Expert Advisor Transnational Education

2019 - 2020

working as expert program development advisor TNE with University Western England

External examiner role

University of Dundee Masters and Advanced Practice Programs

2011 - 2017

External Examiner - advanced practice masters - Sheffield University

2019 - 2022

Journal editorial role

Associate Editor Nursing Open

2020

Associate Editor of this open access journal. IF 1.363

Journal peer reviewer

evidence based nursing

2017

journal of advanced nursing

2017

European journal of cancer nursing

2017

Health & Social Care in the Community

2020

European Journal of Oncology Nursing

2018

Scholarship role

FHEA

2019

Fellowship of HEA