Louise is an experienced lecturer who has been involved in delivering teaching on a variety of topics including long term conditions management; leadership and management; health in primary care; information literacy. Clinical experience includes: long term conditions management, medical nursing and district nursing.
Currently, Louise is a PhD student exploring the impact of health and social care integration within primary care.
Dip. HE, BSc DN, MNursing NLP, PG Cert TLA
- Integrated health and social care (current)
- Community and district nursing
- NMAHP research
- Long term conditions
- Care of the elderly
- Nursing leadership
- Nurse led practice
- Health services development.
Exploring the patient experience of integrated health and social care, in the Grampian region of Scotland (PhD).
Collaboration and funding from NHS Grampian.
Nursing and Midwifery Council:
- Specialist Practitioner (District Nurse)
- Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber
Higher Education Academy:
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
HENDERSON, L., DUNDAS, F., FORBES, J., HARVEY, A. and NORRIS, S., 2015. Evaluation of a multi-disciplinary Parkinson’s out-patient clinic from patients, carers and staff perspectives. Aberdeen: NHS Grampian.