Lis Bourne

Lis Bourne

Lecturer in Adult Nursing

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Office Times

The times that I am in the office vary from day to day depending on teaching and other commitments

Hours between:  09 00 – 20 30


Pre – Registration MA/RN:

Exploring the Context of Nursing

Understanding the Professional Practice of Nursing

Implementing Nursing Practice

Evaluating Nursing Practice

Developing Critical Practice in Nursing

Applying Critical Practice in Nursing

BSc (Hons) in Nursing:

Self Injury and Substance Misuse

Post – Qualifying:

Legal Aspects of Health Care  Practice

Evidence Based Practice 1 & 2

A Legal and Ethical Approach to Care

Research Interests

Ethics and nursing practice

Equality issues

Human Rights in relation to the Comprehensive Spending Review

The law as it applies to nursing practice

Qualifications and Memberships

F.E T.C.

Registered Nurse

BSc (Hons) Nursing with Education

Certificate in Education

MA in Health Care Ethics and Law


Bourne, L  (2008) Consent to treatment, patient autonomy and the law, British Journal of Cardiac Nursing,  Vol 3 No 9

Milner, J & Bourne, L (2012) The Human Rights Act  and Assisted Dying: The (Most) Unkindest Act of All in Kang – Riou, N & Milner, J (eds) Confronting the Human Rights Act: Themes and Perspectives, Routlege  (Law). London, UK