Allison Wiseman

Dr Allison Wiseman

Senior Teaching Fellow in Integrated Care
RGN, ENB 100; ENB 920; D clin Pract., D. Clin Pract., MSc, BSc Hons, Dip HE, SFHEA
08.00-16.00 monday- friday with 1 day in practice- day is changeable



Allison is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Integrated Care in the School of Health Sciences. She is a qualified nurse with a background in critical care. She works in a local Foundation trust. Allison studied for a Diploma and BSc in Nursing Studies following her nurse registration. Subsequently she has been awarded an MSc Applied Professional Studies in Education and Training. She has recently completed her Doctorate of Clinical Practice at the University of Surrey. She joined the University of Surrey in 2002.

Allison has held a number of external examiner posts in the UK and is currently and External Examiner for Bournmouth University, and has undertaken curriculum review for other institutions Nationally and Internationally

Research interests

Simulated practice learningAssessment of medicines managementDecision makingInter-professional learning

Research collaborations

Research into the impact of MASK-ED ( KRStm)) on students caring skills with Wendy Grosvenor


Allison teaches across the undergraduate (professional preparatory and continuing professional development) and postgraduate programmes including:

  • Physical assessment
  • Clinical skills and simulation
  • Decision making
  • Physical Health Science
  • Medicines management
  • Research

Departmental duties

Director of Studies BSc MSc Delivering Quality Healthcare

Additional Learning Support Advisor

Recognition of Prior Learning

Practice Liaison Teacher - Locality 3


Senior Teaching Fellow Higher Education Academy

Member of the

Royal College of Nursing

International Nurses Association for Simulation and Clinical Learning

Publication highlights

Wiseman A & Horton K (2011) Developing clinical scenarios from a European perspective: successes and challenges Nurse Education Today doi:10.1016Wiseman A, Haynes C & Hodge S (2013) Professional integrity and simulation based learning in health & social care: an ethical and legal maze or a professional requirement for high quality simulated practice learning? Clinical Simulation in Nursing e1-7Johnson G, Wiseman A (2013) Assessment of performance IN Westwood OMR, Griffin A, Hay FC How to assess trainees in medicine and healthcare London Balliere Tindall 59-76

Conference presentationsJune 2012- Presentation 6th Simulation in Nursing conference Leeds Metropolitan University“Professional integrity of participants- a legal and ethical dilemma for educators”

November 2012- Poster presentation ASPiH, Oxford. “Professional integrity & simulation”

June 2013-master class in conjunction with Catherine Haynes University of Surrey, 2013 Nursing & simulation conference , Luton UK“Professional integrity in simulation: developing a code for simulated practice learning.”

July 2013- Workshop in Conjunction with Stella Whitley, University of Chester & Jacqueline England, University of Bedford HPSN World, San Francisco, USA“Can simulation improve failure to fail?”

July 2013- Poster in Conjunction with Catherine Haynes, University of Surrey HPSN World, San Francisco, USA- “European nurse adaptation program: evaluation student and staff experiences of learning in a simulated practice environment using the simulation effectiveness tool”

November 2013- ASPiH Presentation, Harrogate UK- “Peer assessed medicines management OSCEs- validity and judgement making”

September 2015- NET conference presentation “Peer-assessed medicines management: Student nurses' perceptions of safe medicines management”

September 2015- HPSN Europe conference presentation Univerity San Vittorio, Madrid, Spain “Experiences of being the educator behind the mask”July 2016 Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences University of Surrey Research Festival Poster presentation “Peer assessed medicines management OSCEs using criterion and global scores- reliability”July 2016 Pan asia pacific global patient safety conference presentation- Brisbane Australia “Peer assessed medicines management OSCE for student nurses- a strategy to enhance safe medicines management practice”

University roles and responsibilities

  • Director of Studies for the MSc and BSc Healthcare PracticePractice liaison Teacher Locality 3 (frimley) & HMP


    Research interests


    Postgraduate research supervision

    Postgraduate research supervision



    Additional publications