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Grace Greenwood
Lecturer in Adult Nursing



Grace’s career in healthcare started in 2015, one of her proudest moments is enduring the uncertainty of practising as an Aspirant Nurse during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic. Grace’s clinical background is in acute medicine and emergency nursing locally at York Hospital.

Grace stepped into higher education with a dual role: Clinical Teaching Fellow - acting as a conduit between the University of York and York & Scarborough NHSFT. The role involved working with key stakeholders to ensure students were prepared for and supported with learning opportunities in practice and mentoring newly qualified nurses.

Grace then became a full-time Lecturer in Nursing at the University of Hull. She taught on modules about professional practice and clinical skills, whilst also assuming the role of an academic link lecturer and admissions tutor.

Grace’s role at the University of York involves teaching on the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship (RNDA) programme and simulation.


  • BSc Nursing (Adult)
  • Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education Certificate



  • BSc Registered Nursing Degree Apprenticeship (Adult/Mental Health/Child)
    • Knoweldge applied to nursing practice 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
    • Applying Psychological & Sociological Aspects to Complex Care

External activities


Invited talks and conferences

  • The PiXL Club Ltd – Invited to deliver a presentation to the secondary and post-16 education sector to inform students about nursing in the Emergency Department

Media coverage


Selected publications



Grace’s research interests involve simulation in nurse education, reducing imposter syndrome in early career nurses, enhancing the nursing profession’s awareness of neurodivergence, and the use of the CLiP supervision model in clinical placements.

Contact details

Grace Greenwood
Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Tel: 01904 32(4963)