Mrs Lisa Burrows
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)
MPhil/PhD Applied Health Studies Student
I am a registered mental health nurse specialising in dementia care. I have worked in both community and long-term settings and for the NHS and private sector. I have spent most of my career in Cornwall other than six months in New Zealand. In April 2015 I commenced a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) funded PhD through PenCLAHRC, as part of the Research Capacity in Dementia Care Programme (RCDCP).
The aim of my project is to explore the impact of memory cafes for people with dementia and their carers. This has been inspired by my personal experience of co-developing and running a memory cafe in Cornwall. The project will comprise a realist review and evaluation.
MSc Dementia Studies, Merit, University of Stirling, 2012 -2014
BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care, Ist, Cornwall College/Plymouth University, 2009-2011
FdSc Forensic Science, Distinction, Cornwall College/Plymouth University, 2007-2009
Diploma in Higher Education - Nursing (Mental Health), Plymouth University, 1996-1999
Nursing and Midwifery Council
I co-founded and remain actively involved in the running of a memory cafe in Cornwall.
I am a dementia friends champion - Alzheimer's Society.