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Laura Holliday

Teaching Associate, Child Health, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Laura Holliday is a registered Children's Nurse, graduating in 2006 with an Undergraduate Masters in Nursing Science Degree. Her previous clinical experience includes children's medical, neuro-medicine, and cardiology and she continues to work on a children's medical and respiratory ward.

She has held roles such as Practitioner Health Lecturer in Children's Nursing at the Division of Nursing, University of Nottingham and initiated and led the preceptorship programme at Nottingham Children's Hospital, working within the practice development team.

She currently works as a teaching associate in Child Health in the Division of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham.

Teaching Summary

Module Lead for Leadership, Innovation and Communication module on Graduate Nurse Curriculum Facilitator Graduate Nurse Curriculum, Leadership, Innovation and Communication Facilitator… read more

Recent Publications

  • HOLLIDAY, LAURA, DAWSON, PAULA and HALL, CAROL, 2017. How expert mentoring can pave the way to successful leadership. Nursing children and young people. 29(3), 20-22
  • FELTON, ANNE, HOLLIDAY, LAURA, RITCHIE, DAWN, LANGMACK, GILL and CONQUER, ALISTAIR, 2013. Simulation: A shared learning experience for child and mental health pre-registration nursing students. Nurse education in practice. 13(6), 536-40
  • DAWSON, P, COOK, L, HOLLIDAY, L and REDDY, H, eds., 2012. Oxford handbook of clinical skills for children's and young people's nursing Oxford : Oxford University Press.
  • Nottingham Children's Hospital Practice Learning Team Lead
  • Module Lead for Leadership, Innovation and Communication module on Graduate Nurse Curriculum
  • Facilitator Graduate Nurse Curriculum, Leadership, Innovation and Communication
  • Facilitator Graduate Nurse Curriculum, Learning for Practice
  • BSc dissertation facilitator
  • Lead for SHYNE (Shared Learning for improving the Health of Young People's in Nurse Education) - shared learning in relation to children and young people's physical and mental health
  • Nursing Careers- Child Field Lead
  • HOLLIDAY, LAURA, DAWSON, PAULA and HALL, CAROL, 2017. How expert mentoring can pave the way to successful leadership. Nursing children and young people. 29(3), 20-22
  • FELTON, ANNE, HOLLIDAY, LAURA, RITCHIE, DAWN, LANGMACK, GILL and CONQUER, ALISTAIR, 2013. Simulation: A shared learning experience for child and mental health pre-registration nursing students. Nurse education in practice. 13(6), 536-40
  • DAWSON, P, COOK, L, HOLLIDAY, L and REDDY, H, eds., 2012. Oxford handbook of clinical skills for children's and young people's nursing Oxford : Oxford University Press.

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