Ligi Anish

Phone: (03) 51226092
Room: 901-126
Position: Lecturer
Discipline: Nursing


  • Masters of science in nursing (Applied Health Care Management) from University College Dublin 2010-2012
  • Graduate certificate in Healthcare education from University College Dublin, 2014.
  • TAE40110 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from Inspire Education (RTO) Melbourne 2017
  • Bachelor of science (BSc) in nursing from S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai, India. 1998-2002

Teaching interests and focus

  • General nursing
  • Clinical practice
  • Clinical and assessment skills
  • Evidence-based nursing practice
  • Standardised nursing languages and nursing care plans
  • Careful nursing philosophy and professional practice model

Professional memberships

  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • NANDA International (The International Nursing Knowledge Association)

Grants and awards


  • Project Lead for implementation of Careful Nursing Philosophy and Professional Practice Model a funded project in St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin.
  • Participated in national debate on standardised nursing language for ‘ehealth’ Ireland, organised by HSE, Dublin on the 24th February 2016
  • Represented St Vincent’s University hospital by participating in Poster presentation, oral presentation and national debate on “Implementing Careful Nursing Professional Practice Model-guided use of standardised nursing languages in Ireland” organised at various platforms.
  • Written a Blog on, Topic “The Nursing Process in a New Key Using Standardised Nursing Languages” (
  • Trophy for standing first in clinical speciality – Paediatric Nursing

Research interests and focus

  • Nursing Care Plan and Use of standardised Nursing language
  • Nursing Documentation in Clinical Practice
  • Clinical Reasoning in undergraduate Nursing Education