Location: ARU Peterborough
Lisa Marie is a double national award winner with a background in emergency nursing in the acute and private sector, corporate nursing, project management and leading and managing change.
Lisa Marie has a clinical background in emergency, acute and private nursing. She has experience at piloting, initiating, embedding and championing changes within practice. This has included developing clinical pathways and redesign work. Lisa Marie has also visited a number of countries whist recruiting internationally.
Lisa Marie has corporate nursing experience at trust level including; operational initiatives, developing governance, educational strategies and policy making. She also led on nursing and midwifery revalidation. This accumulated in a national award - Award for best use of ESR to support the NHS workforce agenda, Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA), June 2016.
Lisa Marie led on a trust wide 100-day challenge and gamified the concept of #endPJparalysis. This work was adopted and went regional, nation and global. She was awarded a national award - Pressure Care and Tissue Viability Nurse of the Year, British Journal of Nursing (BJN), March 2018.
Lisa Marie is an experienced and senior nurse. She has mentored a number of students, learners and colleagues. In 2002 she attended the mentor workshop and continued to attend yearly update. In 2010 Lisa Marie attended the General Instructor Course run by ALSG. She also continued teaching, developing educational strategies and policy whilst a member of the Quality Care Division and Practice Development Team.