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Miss Lynette Harper

Senior Lecturer

About

I have been working full time as a senior lecturer in learning disability nursing since August 2015. Prior to this I worked in the NHS and private sector supporting people with a learning disability to improve their health and wellbeing.

My professional interests lie in working with service users to reduce health inequalities through improving lifestyle choices. I completed an MSc in Nutritional Medicine and have a keen interest in the benefits of optimal nutrition to improve the mental and physical health of people who have a learning disability.

Qualifications

  • BSc in Psychology
  • MSc in Nursing (Learning Disabilities)
  • MSc in Nutritional Medicine
  • Learning and Teaching (ILT2)

Publications

Number of items: 12.

Article

Harper, L., Pavoni, K., Garvey, J., Ehigiamusoe, S., Egels, S. and Bowman, E. (2019) Reflections on an inter-professional simulation event for paramedic science and learning disability nursing students. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 15, pp. 5-8. ISSN (print) 2405-4526

Allen, Michael, Harper, Lynette and Clark, Zoe (2019) Preschoolers' concepts of digestive physiology and their links with body mass index. Research in Science Education, ISSN (print) 0157-244X (Epub Ahead of Print)

Harper, Lynette, Baker, David and Oltean, Alina-Ramona (2019) Taking time to talk : vignettes to illustrate the tenets of Kitwood's malignant social psychology and application to person centred interactions. Learning Disability Practice, ISSN (print) 1465-8712 (Submitted)

Harper, Lynette (2018) Prevalence and management of coeliac disease in people with Down's syndrome. Learning Disability Practice, 21(3), pp. 24-27. ISSN (print) 1465-8712

Harper, Lynette (2017) A healthy diet to reduce the risk of dementia in people with a learning disability. Learning Disability Practice, 20(4), pp. 30-35. ISSN (print) 1465-8712

Harper, Lynette (2017) Optimal nutrition for bone health in people with a learning disability. Learning Disability Practice, 20(1), pp. 31-35. ISSN (print) 1465-8712

Conference or Workshop Item

Pavoni, Katie, Harper, Lynette and Neveu, Caroline (2018) Working together to learn together : a high fidelity interprofessional simulation between student paramedics and student learning disability nurses. In: Association For Simulated Practice In Healthcare : 9th Annual Conference : Maximising impact; 13-15 Nov 2018, Southport, U.K..

Harper, Lynette, Pavoni, Katie, Ehigiamusoe, Semi, Garvey, James, Bowman, Eilish and Egels, Sylvia (2018) Reflections on design and impact of an inter-professional simulation event for paramedic science and learning disability nursing students. In: Festival of Learning (KUFoL18) : Supporting Student Success through Excellence in Learning and Teaching; 27 Jun 2018, Kingston, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Allen, Michael and Harper, Lynette (2017) Preschoolers' concepts of digestion, absorption and egestion : links with body mass index. In: ESERA 2017; 21-25 Aug 2017, Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Allen, Michael, Clark, Zoe and Harper, Lynette (2017) Nutrition concepts of pre-school children : how research-led teaching can affect the delivery of health education in early years settings. In: Kingston University's Annual Festival of Learning 2017 : What Does Excellence Look Like?; 19 Jun 2017, Kingston, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Richardson, Sally, Ambridge, Anne and Harper, Lynette (2017) Can manikin simulation meet students learning needs for the assessment of the deteriorating learning disability client? In: 7th International Clinical Skills Conference; 21-24 May 2017, Prato, Italy. (Unpublished)

Allen, Michael, Harper, Lynette and Clark, Zoe (2017) Links between concepts of digestion and young children's BMI. In: 19th Annual International Conference on Education; 15-18 May 2017, Athens, Greece. (Unpublished)

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