Clare De Normanville

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Clare De Normanville MA, PgD (Dist), RNT, PGCE, RN, FHEA

Principal Lecturer in Adult Nursing


I am the PSRB (Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies) Lead for the Departments Post Graduate CPD Portfolio. This role reflects my teaching and research areas of interest around leadership and workforce development with a focus on creating the conditions for individuals to flourish and reach their full potential.


I have an extensive range of education; project management; research and evaluation skills, and a proven track record in implementing new strategic roles and functions that require substantial culture shift and workforce engagement.

I have a varied portfolio of responsibility in the Department, including oversight of our extensive post-graduate portfolio; including, consistency of student experience; embedding EDI and interprofessional learning in the curriculum, and fitness to practice. I am also the line manager for a group of adult nurse colleagues and our dedicated team of Associate Lecturers.

My teaching activity encompasses both pre & post graduate delivery including dissertation supervision.

Principal Lecturer


Department of Nursing and Midwifery

College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences

Nursing and Midwifery

I teach a range of modules across the pre and post registration portfolio




Journal articles

Nelson, A., De Normanville, C., Payne, K., & Kelly, M.P. (2013). Making every contact count : an evaluation. Public Health, 127 (7), 653-660.


Payne, K., De Normanville, C., Stansfield, K., Barnett, N., Machaczek, K., Qutishat, D., ... Smewing, C. (2010). Prevention and lifestyle behaviour change : a competence framework. NHS Yorkshire and The Humber.

Tod, A., De Normanville, C., Mcclimens, A., & Ismail, M. (2009). Evaluating the engagement of seldom heard groups in commissioning health services. SHU.


De Normanville, C., Wren, D., & Ridley-Duff, R. (2015). Workforce participation : learning from the co-operative sector. Presented at: 5th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, Helsinki

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