Dianne Ramm is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Social Science.
I qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1983 and gained experience in nursing medical patients, orthopaedics and care of the elderly before becoming a community nurse, and subsequently a qualified District Nurse in 1992. My areas of particular interest are leg ulcer management/tissue viability, palliative care and continence promotion. In 2001, I became a Clinical Nurse Specialist-Continence and in 2007, the Countywide Professional Lead for Continence for the provider arm of the local community NHS Trust.
I am a senior lecturer, contributing towards the education of all three levels of Undergraduate Student Nurses at the University of Lincoln. I am Cohort Lead for the Pre-Registration Student Nurse cohort who commenced our Programme in September 2012.
As part of the North West Lincolnshire Practice Support Team, I provide support and advice for qualified mentors and for students undertaking their learning experiences in clinical practice.
I am Lead for the multidisciplinary Non-Medical Prescribing Programme, working collaboratively with our practice partners in order to prepare practitioners and support both them and their medical supervisors, as they develop their knowledge and skills.
Nurse Teacher Qualification
— NMC, 2013
Post Graduate Certificate of Education
— University of Lincoln, 2012
Master of Science (Professional Practice)
— University of Lincoln, 2007
Nursing Management of the Client with Continence Care Needs
— Kingston University/St.Georges Hopsital Medical School, Tooting, London, 2002
Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber (V100)
— University of Hull, 2000
Nursing Management of Patients with Leg Ulcers
— Thames Valley University/Wolfson School of Health Sciences, Ealing, London, 1997
Post Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management
— Institute of Health Service Managers/ Open University, 1993
Diploma in Professional Studies (District Nursing)
— Nottingham Polytechnic, 1992
Registered General Nurse
— North Lincolnshire School of Nursing, 1983