Shrijana Pandey

Lecturer in Children’s Nursing

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School of Nursing, Midwifery and Public Health
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Shrijana is a registered children's nurse with several years into teaching career. She did her BSc Nursing in 2010 and completed her Masters in Pediatric Nursing in 2015 from Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

She started her academic career as a nursing instructor in 2010 at Kathmandu Medical College, Kathmandu University ,Nepal. After 3 years into the role, she started her Masters in Pediatric nursing and got promoted to the role of lecturer and eventually to Assistant Professor in the same institute. She worked in these roles till February 2021 in Nepal.
Her journey in UK nursing started on September 2022 when she took upon a role of registered pediatric nurse in Royal National Orthopedic Hospital NHS Trust, Stanmore. She joined University of Suffolk as a lecturer in Children's nursing on 14th Novemeber,2023.

1. Pandey Shrijana. 2011. Safe abortion: Concept and Knowledge: Assessment and Impact study of an Educational intervention among adolescent students. August, 2011. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Germany. ISBN-13: 978-3845435091. 84 pp.

2. Pandey, Shrijana; Sharma, Chandrakala. Perceived Burden in Caregivers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. J Nepal Health Res Counc. 2018 Jul 3;16 (2):184-189. PMID: 29983435

3. Pandey, Shrijana; Rai Suja; Paudel Narayani; Anu Shrestha; Saroj Gautam Influence of Parental Child Feeding Practices on Children’s Dietary energy intake and Weight Status Journal of Multidisciplinary Health Care,2019April,Volume 12:325-333DOI:10.2147/JMDH.S195106

4. Pandey, Shrijana Awareness regarding expressed breast milk feeding among working mothers visiting a tertiary hospital of Kathmandu Journal of Kathmandu Medical College,Vol.8, No.2,Issue 28,Apr-Jun,2019 Page 60-65

5. Pandey, Shrijana; Bhattarai Shristi; Bhatta Anwesh“ Sleep pattern and problems in young children visiting a tertiary level hospital in Kathmandu” Sleep Disorders,Volume 2020, Article ID 8846288 DOI: