Associate Lecturer (Teaching Specialist (Clin))
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
As a Registered Nurse my interest in community nursing, particularly palliative care at home drives my connection with community. My recent clinic experience includes caring for people with life limiting illness in their own homes towards the end of life. Within my practice I have developed a keen interest in the use of technology with patients and families in the community setting and in sharing my knowledge and skills with others. Compassion and community connection are what drives my work within the community.
1997 B.A.(Hons) Communication Studies (Sunderland University, U.K.)
2003 Adv. Dip. Nursing Studies (RN) (Northumbria University, U.K.)
2006 BSc. (Hons) Practice Development (District Nurse Specialist Practitioner, supplementary nurse prescriber) (Northumbria University, U.K.)
2018 Master of Nursing, (UniSa)
To create, coordinate, coduct lectures, tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations, workshops, assess students enrolled in end of life care/ palliative care topics with a focus on clinical skills. Contribute to planning and evaluation of topics and assist in the developemtn of topic and course material with guidance from the course coordinator/ senior staff. Provide support, academic counselling, professional advice to students. Make effective use of innovations and technology in teaching.
Chair of the Southern Vales Compassionate Communities. Compassionate Communities are a global public health movement that activate communities to support each other as they age and towards the end of life.
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