Lucie Moore, PgCert HE, SFHEA, MSc, RN (Child), RGN, BSc (Hons)


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Senior Lecturer

Chair of Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health Fitness to Practise Committee

Chair of School of Health Sciences Fitness to Practise Committee

Child field lead - Core Values for Professional Nursing (BNurs)

Unit Lead - Nurse as a Leader, Manager and Coordinator of Care

Member of specialist recruitment team for children's nursing

University Link Lecturer

Nursing and Midwifery Council Fitness to Practise registered nurse panellist, 2013-2021 

Programme Director BNurs C11, 2020-2021


Following postitions in both adult and child nursing and in clinical research I moved into nursing education at the University of Manchester in 2004. I completed my MSc in Nursing with a dissertation focusing on the participation of children and young people in decisions relating to their health care. I went on to publish a literature review on this subject which was cited in the Chief Medical Officer’s annual report, 2012: Our Children Deserve Better: Prevention Pays.

In 2013 I was appointed by the Nursing and Midwifery Countil to sit as a registrant panellist on Fitness to Practise hearings for registered nurses. I sit on hearings approximately twenty days per year and was reappointed for a second term following successful completion of four years. 

In 2018 I became Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 


I have a wide range of teaching experience across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes using a variety of teaching and learning methods including large and small group lectures, seminars, blended and online learning. I teach mainly children’s nursing and child related subjects. 

My particular areas of interest include:

The participation of children and young people in decision making related to health care - how much children and young people want to be involved; to what extent this happens in practice and the benefits, barriers and enablers to participation; the role of participation in young children in the development of partnership skills for their future health care; teaching student nurses knowledge and skills to ensure the child’s voice is central in health care; methodological issues in research in this area.

Safeguarding children and young people -  current policy and good practice; learning from the past; identifying child maltreatment and abuse and obstacles to this; factors which make children more vulnerable; effective safeguarding and the role of nurses in this including students.

Professional aspects of nursing - the link between professional, legal and ethical aspects of health care; consent and confidentiality in children and young people’s nursing; the development of professionalism in nursing students and fitness to practise.



Memberships of committees and professional bodies

Fitness to Practise Panellist - Nursing and Midwifery Council

Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy

Member - Royal College of Nursing 

Registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council



Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, 2021

Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy, 2018

NMC registered teacher, 2011

MSc Nursing Studies (Child), merit award, University of Manchester, 2007

Registered Nurse (Child), University of Salford, 2001

Registered Nurse (Adult), The Nightingale School of Nursing, St Thomas's Hospital, London, 1987

BSc (Hons) Modern Languages and Computational Linguistics, University of Manchester, 1984


Social responsibility

I was school governor for a primary school from September 2012 to September 2014. 

I integrate social responsibility into my teaching including learning from service users. 


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