Mrs Lorraine Armstrong

Lecturer in Nursing

Health Sciences Stirling Stirling,

Mrs Lorraine Armstrong

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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.


Nursing Times Rising Star Nominee

Lorraine was nominated for the Nursing Times Rising Star Award in 2018.

Student Nursing Times Student Nurse of the Year Award Winner

Lorraine won the Student Nursing Times Student Nurse of the Year Award in 2013


Patient Safety Improvement and Implementation Science Complex Interventions Healthcare Evaluation Nursing pedagogical Research

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Armstrong L, Moir C & Taylor P (2023) How, and under what contexts, do academic–practice partnerships collaborate to implement healthcare improvement education into preregistration nursing curriculums: a realist review protocol. BMJ Open, 13 (10), Art. No.: e077784.


Armstrong L, Lauder W & Shepherd A (2015) An evaluation of methods used to teach quality improvement to undergraduate healthcare students to inform curriculum development within preregistration nurse education: a protocol for systematic review and narrative synthesis. Systematic Reviews, 4, Art. No.: 8.



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