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Lorraine Armstrong is a Registered Adult Nurse and Lecturer at the University of Stirling. She has developed her skills in Quality & Safety within a teaching and research remit as a previous Clinical Academic. Her key research interests surround improvement and implementation science, particularly in the evaluation of complex interventions. Her recent work has involved undertaking an educational evaluation of improvement science in pre-registration nursing. As a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Lorraine is responsible for developing and delivering the Quality & Safety curriculum at the University of Stirling.

Armstrong L, Shepherd A and Harris F (2017). An evaluation of approaches used to teach quality improvement to pre-registration healthcare professionals: an integrative review. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 73.

James B, Beattie M, Shepherd A, Armstrong L and Wilkinson J (2016). Time, fear and transformation: student nurses' experiences of doing a practicum (quality improvement project) in practice. Nurse Education in practice, 19.

Armstrong L, Lauder W and Shepherd A (2015). An evaluation of methods used to teach quality improvement to undergraduate healthcare students to inform curriculum development within pre-registration nurse eduction: a protocol for systematic review and narrative synthesis. Systematic Reviews, 4:8

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