PhD (2017): Culturally appropriate care: A qualitative exploration of service-users’ perspectives of nursing care. Manchester Metropolitan University.
After qualifying in Scotland in the mid-80 as a Registered General Nurse and a stint in A+E, I have worked, since 1989 in the field of Neurosciences, from being a staff nurse to a senior member of staff at the Manchester Royal Infirmary Neurosciences Unit.
Having gained the bulk of my experience on the Neurology and Neurosurgical wards, I have also been a ward manager for a Neuro Day-Case unit and a Specialist Support nurse in Multiple Sclerosis. I was also the Research Coordinator for the Unit, between 1995 to 1999. I came into Higher Education in 1999 by joining the Medical Undergraduate team as a clinical tutor for medical students, at the school of medicine at Manchester University for 4 years. I joined the MMU pre-registration nursing team in 2004.
I currently teach on the following units:
London South Bank University, CPPD subject external examiner (2018-2021)
I have a special interest in
G. Nambiar-Greenwood, F. Timmins (2015). The need for cultural humility within current healthcare debates concerning the wearing of religious attire by health care staff. Nurse Educ Today. 35(3), pp.421-422.
T. Ryan, G. Nambiar-Greenwood, C. Haigh, C. Mills (2011). A service evaluation of a community-based mental health crisis house in inner city Liverpool. Mental Health Review Journal. 16(2), pp.56-63.
G. Nambiar‐Greenwood (2010). The role of mental health as a ‘threshold concept’ for promoting patient‐centred care for inter‐professional health students. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 5(4), pp.12-17.
E. Miller, G. Nambiar-Greenwood (2011). The nurse-patient relationship. In: Nursing: Communication skills in practice.
E. Miller (2010). Understanding experience: The collaborative journey using scenario- based learning. In: Preparing Graduates for the Professions Using Scenario-Based Learning.