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School of Health and Society

Kirsty Marshall

Adult Nurse Lecturer


Adult Nurse Lecturer since April 2017, previous experienced as a Programme Project Manager, Operational Manager and Clinical Leader. My clinical background is Community and District Nursing and I also worked in a national role as Productive Ward facilitator for the NHS institute for innovation and improvement.

I am currently studying for my Professional Doctorate and my research area looks at the impact of Integration on staff within community services.


  • Pre reg - Adult Nursing

Teaching interests

  • Integration
  • Leadership
  • Self-care
  • Research methods
  • Ethnography


Research Interests

ProfD study - An exploration of the experiences of staff involved in the transition from traditional health and social care teams to integrated care systems, within a defined health and social care economy.

Qualifications and Memberships


  • Prince2 Registered Practitioner APM Group 2010
  • Clinical Governance Short Course - Westminster University 2008
  • Msc – Community Specialist Practitioner 2008
  • Bsc (Hons) Advanced Nursing Practice TVU 2003
  • Mentorship in practice Buckingham Chilterns University 2002
  • Tissue Viability Thames Valley University 2002
  • Diploma in Nursing Nottingham University 2000