Kelly Sisson is a Senior Lecturer in Healthcare. She joined the University of Lincoln in June 2013 having spend seven years as a Lecturer in Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Teesside.
Kelly contributes to the delivery of the pre-registration Nursing programme as a personal tutor, dissertation supervisor and tutor on the Public Health and Inequalities module. She is also involved in curriculum development work, supporting learning and teaching practice and mentoring staff to apply for HEA recognition.
Teaching and learning in a digital age
— University of Lincoln, 2014
Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
— University of Teesside, 2008
— Kings College London, 2007
Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice
— Kings College London, 2005
BSc (Hons) Psychology
— University of Hull, 2003
Higher Education Academy
— Senior Fellow
External Activities and Consultancy
Peer reviewer for Innovations in Education and Teaching International
External reviewer at Bishop Grosseteste University (HEA accredited scheme)