Nicky is an Associate Professor (Practice) at Middlesex University, where she is Director of Teaching and Learning for Mental Health, Social Work and Integrative Medicine. She is registered as a Specialist Practitioner (NMC) and is a Senior Teaching Fellow (SFHEA). Nicky has worked across a range of mental health services both in the UK and internationally supporting staff and practice development in acute and mental health trusts, councils, businesses and charities. She also works with the CQC as a Specialist Advisor and is a Trustee for West Hampstead Women's centre.
Nicky has a professional Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/niadla (@niadla) and is keen that all people with and interest in mental health engage together as a community to support good practice and challenge discrimination. She has teaching and research interests in women's health, physical and mental health, social media and health education.
She has teaching and research interests in women's health, physical and mental health, social media and health education.
Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) and the Higher Education Academy (subject centres ) Special Interest Group for Mental Health (MHSIG) (2011) Occasional Paper: Burning issues in learning and teaching about mental health’ ‘Is Education Fit for Practice?’ http://mhhe.wikispaces.com/message/view/Burning+Issues/31370357
Aceijas, Carmen and Waldhäusl, Sabrina and Lambert, Nicky and Cassar, Simon and Bello-Corassa, Rafael (2016) Determinants of health-related lifestyles among university students. Perspectives in Public Health . ISSN 1757-9139 (Published online first)
Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Lambert, Nicky (2016) What is my life for? Exploring the experiences of SOLO women in later life. In: Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, 27-30 June 2016, Seoul, South Korea.
Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Lambert, Nicky and Long, Ellouise and Brady, Dominique (2016) Going Solo: findings from a survey of women ageing without a partner and who do not have children. Journal of Women and Ageing . pp. 1-27. ISSN 0895-2841 (Accepted/In press)
Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Lambert, Nicky and Long, Ellouise (2015) Solo women - a new agenda for ageing? Journal of Fertility Counselling, 22 (1). pp. 10-12. ISSN 1365-8913
Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Clancy, Carmel and Cartney, Patricia and MacDonald, Angus and Lambert, Nicky and Collins, Daniela A. and So, Theresa (2014) Ways of seeing : using filmaking to engage students with communities. In: Enter Mental Health Annual Symposium, 17-19 Jun 2014, Barcelona, Spain.
2016: Commissioned to develop and deliver a Leadership project for an Emergency Department.
2015-current: Commissioned to develop and deliver a Preceptorship project for a Mental Health trust.
2015: Evaluation of education provision on Compassion in local NHS trust.
2015: Commissioned to co-develop and co-deliver a risk assessment project for Community teams.
2014: Evaluation of Leadership project in local trust
2014-current: Trustee for West Hampstead Women’s centre
2013- current: Editorial board member for Mental Health Nursing
2012- current: Reviewer for a number of professional journals including Nurse Education Today.
2011- current: Swansea University
2011 -2015 External Examiner with Manchester University
2007- 2010: Consultant / lecturer working for University of Brighton, Brighton and Hove City
Council and various Charities advising on managing violence and aggression, challenging
behaviour, taking team days and supporting learning and development.
2008 to current - active involvement in the Higher Education Academy: Special Interest Group for Mental Health
2007 – 2010 Member of South East Women’s Network in Partnership with CSIP / NIMHE
2005 – 2010 Chair of Brighton and Hove Women’s Network
International Psychiatric Nurse Conference (NPNR) Manchester
- Survey Into Attitudes Regarding The Potential Changes To Nurse Education
Department of MH, SW & IM Annual Conference, London
- SOLO Women Future Directions and TMHW
London Assoc. of Mental Health Nursing Practice Conference
- Gender and Physical Health
Compassionate Health care conference, London
- Dignity and Compassion in Practice
Centre for Research on Families & Relationships: Emotions seminar series, Edinburgh
- Researching stigmatised experience Loneliness: the ‘L’ worse than leprosy.
Ageing without children conference, London
- Going SOLO: future research priorities
Middlesex Early Evening Seminar, London
- Exploring the intimate and broader relationships of SOLO women and the implications for their support needs in later life
European Festival of Psychiatric Nursing, Malta
- Symposium Taking Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE's) to the Next Level in MH Nursing
Conference of ESREA’s Network on the Education & Learning of Older Adults, Malta
- Learning in later life: SOLO women
Transformative Feminist Methodologies Conference, Durham
- Consider a birdcage … reflecting on potential vulnerability and recognising expertise.
WhitCAT Compassion Seminar, London
- Compassion & Dignity
Annual Learning & Teaching Conference Creative Curriculum, London
- Creativity in Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE’s): Quality, Inclusion and Excellence and
Using Filmmaking to Engage Students.
Intl. Reflective Practice Conference, Swansea
- Dignity, disgust and compassion – nursing with humanity
HEA/HSC Innovation in HSC Teaching & Learning, Leeds
- Dignity, Disgust & Despair supporting the unpopular patient
European Federation of Nurse Educators Conference, Cardiff
- Symposium on Enhancing nurse education using simulation and technology
1st European Conference of Mental Health Nursing Helsinki
- Meet Mohammed ... Using technology in teaching and the use of a real time service user simulation project
RCN Nurse Educators Harrogate
- Don’t forget to write: An opportunity to enhance the student learning experience’ (Therapeutic Letter Writing)
International Psychiatric Nurse Conference (NPNR) Oxford
- Physical Health and