Board of Directors
Gabrielle LomasBoard Member; Chairperson & Treasurer
Gabby is one of the founding members of TNL and has been central to developing trauma care in the UK for over 25 years.
Jill WindleBoard Member & Director for Education
Jill is one of the founding members of TNL and has been central to developing trauma care in the UK for over 25 years.
Grant WilliamsBoard Member & Director of Governance
With a career in the NHS spanning 32 years, and a clinical focus of Emergency Care for 29 years, Grant has been a TNCC instructor for 20 years. He currently works as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend, South Wales and is working toward his RCEM Credentialing award as an ACP.
He gained his Masters in Advanced Clinical Practice qualification along with his Independent Nurse Prescribing qualification in 2014, and his current role is to see, assess, diagnose and manage the whole spectrum of undifferentiated patients who attend the ED at all levels of acuity.
He has a keen interest in medicolegal aspect of emergency nursing and studied Medical Law at Masters Level. He is a qualified expert witness and works independently advising the courts on medical negligence claims and has also sat as a council member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Grant is one of the founding Board members of Trauma Nursing Limited who oversee and administer the delivery of the TNCC course within the UK and Eire. His role on the board is to provide governance advice and website development as well as teaching and directing the TNCC courses.
Lynn SwiftBoard Member & Director of Courses
I have been a TNCC instructor for 17 years and a Trauma Nursing board member for 3 years.
I have over 15 years’ experience within emergency care. Currently I have a dual role as an Advanced Practitioner / Clinical Services Manager within a nurse led Walk in Centre / Minor injuries.
I gained an MSc in Clinical Nursing at Liverpool University in 2006 and completed the non- medical prescriber course in 2008.
I have always had a special interest in teaching and learning and since 2008 I have been an honorary lecturer at Chester University developing and facilitating a level 7 Minor Injury Illness course.
In January 2016 I completed a PGCE in Clinical Education and I am currently working towards an MA in education.
As well as Directing and instructing on several TNCC courses each year as a member of the Board for Trauma Nursing Limited one of my key roles is to coordinate and confirm the faculty required on each of the courses. I also arrange Instructor courses and liaise with instructor candidates providing prior to them attending an instructor course.