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Nigel Ingram

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

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Nigel Ingram

T: 01473 338630
E: N.Ingram@uos.ac.uk

Career Overview

Nigel has extensive teaching experience having been a member of staff at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Lancashire College of Nursing and Health Studies, University of Bedfordshire, Anglia Ruskin University and now University of Suffolk. In addition he has worked for a number of NHS Trusts primarily with practice development/management responsibilities, with roles from lecturer/practitioner to Assistant Director of Nursing.

Teaching and other responsibilities

Nigel teaches across both the pre-registration and post-registration nursing curricula, primarily reflecting his interest in the biosciences and acute care.

Publications

Hamill, S and Ingram, N. 2015 Gender disparities: assessment and treatment of coronary heart disease. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing 10(10) 494 - 502

Ingram, N. 2013 Procalcitonin: does it have a role within the diagnosis, management and prognosis of patients with sepsis? Journal of Intensive Care Society. 14(3), 226 – 230.

Ingram, N. 1996 The research basis of health care decision making. Journal of Advanced Nursing 23(4) 692 - 696.

Ingram, N. 1995 Collaborative Care Planning, the way forward? Professional Update 3(4) 28

Ingram, N. 1994 Knowledge and level of consciousness: Application to nursing practice Journal of Advanced Nursing 20(5) 881 - 884