Nursing Research and its Application to Improve Patient Outcomes

Dr. Angela Grainger

Assistant Director of Nursing, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Visiting Professor London South Bank University & Visiting Senior Lecturer, King’s College London


Angela Grainger is registered with the UK’s Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a Lecturer Practitioner, a Registered General Nurse, and a Registered Sick Children’s Nurse.

Angela is a Visiting Professor at London South Bank University, and is a senior lecturer at the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing & Midwifery, at King’s College London. She is also an associate academic at BPP University. Angela has published for over 30 years and is also the author of two books. Angela was a joint founder of the British Journal for Health and now acts as consultant editor.

Angela’s PhD thesis entitled “Fit for Nursing?” explored the employability of registered nurses who have a physical impairment in the acute sector of the NHS.

Angela is Assistant Director of Nursing at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust where she has the lead role for Nurse Education & Research. As well as academic posts Angela has held several senior management posts in the NHS and she continues to practice in both adult and paediatric trauma.