Lisa Jennison

Mrs Lisa Jennison

Lecturer in Nursing

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Paramedical, Perioperative and Advanced Practice

Qualifications

  • BSc (University of Hull)
  • MSc (University of Hull)
  • PGCert (University of Hull)

Summary

Lisa began teaching full time at the University in April 2017, after working part-time as a lecturer practitioner.

She began her career as a Registered General Nurse (adult nurse), working on gastroenterology/medical specialist wards in Grimsby.

In 1995, Lisa completed midwifery training,and specialist public health nurse (health visitor) training in 1998. Consequently, her recent NHS career has focused on midwifery and community public health nursing.

Lisa has completed a BSc in Health Professional Studies and an MSc in Health Studies (Leadership and Education).

Undergraduate

Lisa is an NMC Registered Teacher,qualified Practice Teacher and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Antenatal young parents: introducing a pathway to enhance health visiting practice

Jennison, L. (2015). Antenatal young parents: introducing a pathway to enhance health visiting practice. Community Practitioner, 88(7), 37-40

Research interests

Lisa is interested in healthcare workforce development and the preceptorship of novice practitioners .

Charity role

HARP local charity support

2018

Contribution to Hull Homeless and Rootless Project yearly fundraising event.

Committee/Steering group role

Schwartz rounds

2019

Steering panel member for pilot phase of local Schwartz Rounds. These are a forum designed for healthcare staff to come together and discuss and reflect on the personal, emotional and social challenges associated with working in healthcare, and caring for patients. Rounds are facilitated, and provide a confidential space to reflect in and share experiences.

Conference presentation

Presentation at Teaching and learning conference- University Of Hull

2019 - 2019

Collaborative project with Skills Team colleagues to deliver a presentation and workshop for the annual Teaching and Learning conference. The aim of this was to share an example of collaborative working, which resulted in targeted teaching and learning interventions designed to improve the students’ academic attainment.

Government advisory role

External reviewer

2019 - 2020

Health and Care Research Wales Research for Public and Patient Benefit (RfPPB) external reviewer for research proposals: 2019 Research proposal title-New Beginnings: Listening and Responding to Parents and Enabling Maternal Resilience in Antenatal Care. 2020 Research proposal title - The use of the Rewind Technique by midwives to support women experiencing birth-related trauma: An exploratory qualitative study.

Journal peer reviewer

External book reviewer for Sage publications

2018

Various nursing and health texts and book chapters reviewed as part of my role as an external reviewer for Sage publications. On reviewing content prior to publication I am asked to review and comment on- additional content which may be required or needs improvement, learning features and online resources.