Lecturer: Primary Care and Public Health Nursing & Fitness to Practice Lead
I began my academic career in 2014 following a successful career as a District Nurse Team Leader and have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to contribute to the development of the future community nursing workforce, most recently as Programme Manager for the Community Health Studies Specialist Practice programme.
I am Fitness to Practice lead for the school with specific responsibility for applicant fitness to practice issues.
I am a member of the Queens Nursing Institute, and the Association of District Nurse Educators. I am an External Examiner for the community nursing programmes at Swansea University and the University of Suffolk
I am a lecturer within the Primary Care and Public Health Team at Cardiff University. I hold the roles of Programme Manager for the Specialist Practice community programme for district nursing and practice nursing. I am also a Fitness to Practice Lead for the School.
I qualified as a nurse in 1979 and my clinical background is within respiratory and cardiac nursing and within community and district nursing
Nursing and Midwifery Council
Queens Nursing Institute
Association of District Nurse Educators
Implementing community nursing simulation learning resources within a pre-registration nurse education programme NET HEA Conference, Cambridge UK 2018
I teach across a range of programmes both at undergraduate and post graduate level, but my specific focus is community nursing, and I am Programme Manager for the PgDip Community Health Studies programme. I also have an interest in leadership and am module lead for the level 7 module Leadership in Community Nursing – Transforming Care. I am also involved in the delivery of community simulation activities within the undergraduate BN programme.