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Tracy Lindsay

Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing / Programme Director MSc Nursing: Adult and Mental Health

School of Health Sciences, Division of Nursing

Contact Information


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MG22, Myddelton Street Building

Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
United Kingdom



Tracy is a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing, and the Programme Director for MSc Nursing: Adult and Mental Health.

Tracy also leads the Simulated Practice components across Mental Health progammes. She has been the lead for falls prevention in ELFT since 2006, and also chairs the Trustwide falls prevention group. As an expert in fall prevention she bridges the gap between the local Trust and the University.

Tracy has worked at City University London since 2001. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience having previously worked in institutions such as Ballamona Hospital, Kingston & Richmond NHS Trust, Whittington Hospital, South West London & St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust, and East London & the City Mental Health NHS Trust.


2014 - MSc Professional Health Care Research - Kings College London
2006 - MA in Academic Practice - City University London
2006 - Teacher Nursing - NMC
2005 - MSc Mental Health - Kings College London
2005 - BSc Module, Back Care Advisor Programme. Module 1: Practical Back care & Patient/Client Moving & Handling (30 Credits) - Southampton University
1999 - BSc (Hons) Nursing (1 st), Middlesex University London
1999 - RGN /NMC Adult Nursing - NMC
1994 - Management Diploma - Institute of Administrative Management
1990 - RMN/NMC Mental Health Nursing - NMC

Memberships of Professional Bodies

- Nursing and Midwifery Council
- National Back Exchange
- Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH)

Administrative Roles

- Programme Director MSc Nursing: Adult and Mental Health
- Simulated Practice Lead for Mental Health
- Module Leader for HS1002, HS2002, HS3003, HS3003, HSM101, HSM201 & HSM301
- Lead for the evidence based dementia module (APM007)

Clinical Activity

- Link Lecturer (Tower Hamlets)


Journal article

  1. Lindsay, T. and Hunter, J. (2014). What do you see Nurse? Dementia: Everybody’s Business. Learning at City Journal, 4(2), pp. 53–55.


Courses taught on

- BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing
- PGDip Mental Health Nursing
- MSc Nursing: Adult and Mental Health
- MSc in Long Term Conditions

Modules taught on

- HS1002 Simulated Practice: Introducing Clinical Practice
- HS2002 Developing Clinical Practice
- HS3003 Simulated Practice: Preparation for Registration
- HSM101 Engaging in Practice: Introducing Clinical Practice
- HSM201 Engaging in Practice 2
- HSM301 Engaging in Practice 3
- APM007 Evidence Based Dementia Care