Nigel Ingram

Senior Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Department:School of Nursing & Midwifery

Location: Peterborough (Guild House)

Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery

Nigel has a strong interest in the application of bioscience in underpinning clinical practice, which is reflected in his teaching.

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Nigel has extensive teaching experience having been a member of staff at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, Lancashire College of Nursing and Health Studies, University of Bedfordshire and now Anglia Ruskin University. In addition he has worked for a number of NHS Trusts primarily with practice development/management responsibilities, with roles from lecturer/practitioner to Assistant Director of Nursing.

Research interests

  • Neurological assessment
  • Biomarkers; procalcitonin


  • Pre–registration nursing
  • CPD acute care modules
  • Dissertation supervision.


  • Registered General Nurse, Middlesex Hospital, London, 1985
  • BSc (Hons) Human Biological Sciences, Loughborough University, 1989
  • ENB148 Neuromedical and Neurosurgical Nursing, 1992
  • MSc Nursing, University of Liverpool, 1996
  • Postgraduate Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education, University of Luton, 2004
  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy, 2012

Research grants, consultancy, knowledge exchange

Principle researcher 1993. £10,000 North West Regional Health Authority, Collaborative Care Planning Project.

Selected recent publications

Ingram, N. (2013) Procalcitonin: does it have a role within the diagnosis, management and prognosis of patients with sepsis? Journal of Intensive Care Society. 14(3), 226 – 230.