Dr. Kirsty Marshall
School of Health and Society
Senior Lecturer - Integrated Care and Specialist Community Practice
Senior Lecturer working at the University of Salford since April 2017. Kirsty has previous experience as a strategic and operational Manager and Clinical Leader within the NHS. Her clinical background is Community and District Nursing and she also worked in a national role as Productive Ward facilitator for the NHS institute for innovation and improvement.
Kirsty completed Professional Doctorate in 2020 and the research area looks at the impact of Integration on staff within community services and patient experience of integration. Other interests international and global nursing - working with partner universities to support opportunities for students.
- Pre reg - Adult Nursing
- Research methods
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.
- Professional Doctorate in Health and Social Care
- 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
- Prince2 Registered Practitioner APM Group 2010