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Lorraine Ozerovitch
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Lorraine Ozerovitch (MSc, BSc (Hon), R.G.N.) is currently a clinical nurse specialist in Respiratory Infection and Immunology who has worked in the Host Defence Unit at the Royal Brompton Hospital and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust for the last 15 years.

Her clinical interests are in bronchiectasis and primary immune deficiency and with over 20 years of clinical nursing and research experience, have led her to present nursing research at local, national and international conferences.

Lorraine represents nursing at Trust level and has represented respiratory nursing at the DoH and NICE Pneumonia working group parties and has been an executive committee member of ARNS (Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists) – social media lead. In addition to her daily clinical duties, she has published on a new service initiative for RBHFT on “Subcutaneous Immunoglobulin Therapy for Home Use” which incorporated a clinical audit addressing patient satisfaction on treatment; this piece of work led her to become a finalist at the Nursing Times Awards and prior to this, she published on “Managing Bronchiectasis”.

Lorraine is an active member of the MSc teaching staff of the Cardiorespiratory nursing course at Imperial College London, whereby she marks MSc dissertations and conducted Viva examinations and is a Board Examiner of the MSc Cardiorespiratory Nursing degree course.

Lorraine has extensive clinical experience having worked previously as an Intensive Care Nursing Sister. She is strongly committed to nurses’ education and training within respiratory medicine and ensures a high standard of clinical competency in clinical practice.