Lisa Mangle qualified as an adult and paediatric nurse in 1989 and has worked in the field of ADHD since 2002. For 10 years she was lead nurse in a nationally recognised ADHD service and was instrumental in supporting one of the first UK adult services developed. Lisa led the national UK ADHD Nurse Network, providing education and supervision to ADHD Specialist Nurses from child, adolescent and adult services. Lisa was one of the first Non-Medical Prescribers in the field of ADHD which allowed her to develop a bespoke nurse-led service. Lisa believes treatment is only part of a care package, but it should be individualised and optimally prescribed. Lisa is an expert in the field of pharmacology. She worked as a research nurse for 10 years, which developed her knowledge and understanding of how different medications work and why patients require their own unique programme of care and support. This established Lisa as a key opinion leader nationally and globally. Lisa has also worked as a consultant since 2002, offering expert advice and opinion to a range of services and companies. Since 2010 she has been instrumental in developing and delivering training nationally and globally. Lisa has provided supervision for experienced clinicians, ensuring that they provide appropriate care to children, young people and adults with ADHD.
|1992||Diploma in Counselling Sheffield|
|1992||Nursing teaching & assessing in nursing ENB 998|
|1993||Child Protection ENB 730|
|2000||BSc Psychology||Sheffield Hallam University|
|2006||NMP||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Consultant Nurse and Independent Prescriber|