Mrs Anne Holland

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Email address: A.Holland1@wlv.ac.uk Phone number: 01902 518874 Location: Walsall Faculty: Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing School/Institute: Institute of Health Professions Areas of expertise: Adult Nursing

About

I am an experienced, senior, nurse with a clinical background in Accident & Emergency and Ophthalmology. I have spent the last 10 years working within the education department of a large, acute NHS Trust and in August 2016 joined the University of Wolverhampton as a senior lecturer in adult nursing. I am passionate about education, and believe that my current role will allow me to prepare, influence and support the healthcare workforce of the future; ensuring high quality, compassionate care for our patients.

Within the last 5 years my roles have included:

• Working collaboratively with a local HEI to achieve validation of a BSc (Hons) ‘top up’ degree, with modules and content developed and delivered within the NHS Trust, and accredited by the HEI. Programme lead for this BSc (Hons) Healthcare Practice degree.

• Project lead for the development of a regional web based resource for clinical skills for all levels of healthcare workers; providing quick, easy access within clinical areas to a library of videos which can be used for revision of skills or as a means to support teaching a skill.

• Educational and module lead within the NHS Trust, responsible for implementing an accredited ‘in house’ post registration Mentor/Assessor course to meet NMC (2008) standards.

• Preceptorship lead within the NHS Trust, responsible for interpreting Government and professional regulatory bodies policy on preceptorship and writing the multi professional Preceptorship policy for the NHS Trust. This included supporting the development of a multi professional preceptorship programme.

• Coordinator of a regional project (CITEC) focused on interprofessional learning for undergraduate healthcare students from 5 different professions.

Qualifications

PGCE (Health, Social Care and Allied Health Professions) – 08/2014

MSc Advancing Healthcare Practice – 05/ 2011

ENB 998-Teaching and Assessing in Clinical practice - 06/1992

Registered Nurse Teacher (NMC) - 2014

Ophthalmic Nursing Diploma - 1987

Registered General Nurse (adult) - 1985

Previous professional experience

Senior Lecturer Adult Nursing, University of Wolverhampton - 01/08/2016 to Present

Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (Please see short biography for summary of achievements) 06/2006 to 07/2016

Senior nurse, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust - 05/1996 to 06/2006

Senior sister in accident & emergency department, Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham - 05/1993 to 05/1996

Senior sister in accident & emergency department, General Hospital, Birmingham - 03/1987 to 15/1993

Successfully completing Ophthalmic Nursing Diploma, Birmingham & Midland Eye Hospital - 03/1986 to 03/1987

Senior staff nurse in elderly care, General Hospital Birmingham - 01/1986 to 03/1986

Staff nurse in Rheumatology, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham - 05/1985 to 12/1985