Research at Leeds Beckett
About Nicola Worrillow
Nicola is a Senior Lecturer who teaches throughout a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Nicola qualified as an Adult Nurse from Leeds Metropolitan University. She has predominantly worked within the 0-19 community healthcare services but has substantial experience in the pre-hospital care setting as she has held a variety of positions in Yorkshire Ambulance Service. Nicola is also a qualified Specialist Community Public Health Nurse. Nicola moved into nurse education working as a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer for Leeds Beckett University.
Nicola is studying for a Doctorate degree exploring the identification and management of frequent users of urgent and emergency healthcare services. She has also undertaken audits for NHS organisations which has helped shape service delivery for service users nationally.
- Course Leader PG Dip Specialist Community Public Health Nurse- SN
- Module Leader for Getting it Right for Children, Young People and Families
- Module Leader for Communication for Nursing Practice
- Personal Tutor for undergraduate and postgraduate students
Nicola’s research focuses on quality improvement and patient safety in health and social care. Her primary research interests are exploring the equities of service provision and patient outcomes within vulnerable and complex populations. Nicola’s research also focuses on how patients experience care within organisational and cultural boundaries, including health and social care. Nicola has presented her research at local, national and international conferences.