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School of Health and Society

Lyn Rosen

Lecturer – Post Graduate Directorate


Lyn’s focus of academic and pedagogic development over the last decade has been related to innovating curriculum development with the use of flexible and open teaching, learning and assessment strategies, to include e-learning, digital media, embedded within a Virtual Learning environment or Web 2.0 technologies. Her expertise in Work Based Learning is utilised in university curricula, and in addition National Health Service Trusts and Primary Care Trusts for the development of clinical and managerial staff using real life work based projects. She is currently part of the team developing Under and Post Graduate programmes for the International market.


MSc Nursing/education - professional practice, education

Teaching interests:

  • education
  • mentorship
  • work based action

Research Interests

Evaluation of flexible pedagogies.

Qualifications and Memberships



Williamson, T. Owens, D. Rosen, L. Rutherford, J. (2007) Missed opportunities: Module design to meet the learning needs of practitioners – A work based learning pilot in the rehabilitation setting. University of Salford, Salford.

Neville, L. Owens D. Rutherford, J. Rosen, L (2008) Work Based Learning – a different approach. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants 2(1): 34 - 36 

Murray, C. Rosen, L. and Staniland, K. (Eds) (2010) The Nurse Mentor and Reviewer Update Book Open University Press.

Rosen, L. Murray, C. and Staniland, K. (2010) Mentor Updating Via Case Studies Chapter in The Nurse Mentor and Reviewer Update Book Open University Press

Staniland, K. Rosen, L. Wild, J. (2011) Staff Support in Continuing Professional Development. Nursing Management April 2011 Vol 18 Number 1 33-37