Mrs Hannah Hollinger
Based at the Centre for Health Science in Inverness, I work as a Clinical Educator for NHS Highland and a Lecturer within the Department of Nursing for The University of Highlands and Islands.
I have worked within Neurosciences since 1997 and have 20 years nursing experience in a variety of fields ranging through, acute, rehabilitation, management, specialist and research nursing. I have specialized in the care management and research involving individuals with Motor Neurone Disease at a National level and continue to retain an interest in this area of care. I have been heavily involved in patient and public involvement initiatives and promote the involvement of patients throughout their care journey, and have been involved in developing educational resources to support them in managing their condition through evidence based methods.
My interests and experience are varied and extend into Health care law and ethics and Complementary therapies.
- BSc (Hons) in Nursing at Leeds
- Masters in Health Care Law and Ethics at Manchester University