Ms Karen Green

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Email address: KarenGreen@wlv.ac.uk Phone number: 01902 51 8685 Location: Wolverhampton Faculty: Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing School/Institute: Institute of Health Professions Areas of expertise: Grading of clinical Nursing Practice / Clinical Skills Teaching/ Simulation / Adult Intensive Care Nursing

About

I embarked upon my nursing career in 1986 and never looked back. I qualified as a Registered General Nurse and quickly gained acute respiratory ward experience. However I found my clinical home when a taster of adult intensive care nursing developed into a 12 year career working with and leading a team who delivered award winning critical care. Over this time I was part of the team that developed and expanded high dependency and critical care capacity.

Education was a dominant theme throughout my career with roles in mentorship, critical care education and two Trust-wide roles (Supervised Practice for overseas nurses and Practice Placement Manager).

In 2008 I left the National Health Service and took up a senior lecturer role at The University of Wolverhampton teaching pre-registration adult. My areas of interest are adult critical care, continuous renal replacement therapy, clinical skills and hi-fidelity simulation. I take my passion for nursing into the classroom and I have been awarded Inspirational Lecturer twice and Cutting Edge Teaching Style lecturer all based on the student voice. In 2016 I was one of the three institutional nominations for the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme.

I have worked as part of a team of academics to develop an innovative curriculum for the Master of Adult Nursing / Master of Mental Health Nursing and I am the award leader for this course which promotes Enquiry Based Learning and the grading of clinical practice. 

Research interests

  • Renal Replacment therapy
  • Enteral feeding
  • Enquirey Based Learning

Membership of professional bodies

  • University mentoring scheme, 2008 – present
  • Socrates / Erasmus International Exchange Programme, 2008 – present

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Professional Studies in Nursing, University of Wolverhampton
  • BSc (Hons) Health Studies (First class honours)
  • Teaching and Learning in FAHE (level 4 module) Resource Based Learning
  • MSc Professional Studies in Healthcare

 

Professional Qualifications

 

  • Registered General Nurse
  • ENB 998 Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice
  • City and Guilds 730 Teaching in Further Education
  • ENB 100 General Intensive Care Nursing (adult)
  • NMC Registered Teacher
  • PIN No: 86c1033E Professional Register Entry: ...Part.1

 

Publications

Publications

University of Wolverhampton (2010) Essential Adult Clinical Nursing Skills: Enteral Feeding  [online]. Wolverhampton. University of Wolverhampton SHAW MMU [Accessed 11 March 2011]. Available at <www.shawmmu.co.uk/enteralfeeding>.

 

Conference Presentations

“Using a multi-disciplinary audit tool in measuring the quality of practice placements.” A celebration of good practice.  2006 For West Midlands SHA Workforce Deanery. Skills for Health National Conference, Westminster, London.

Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust –  CEO’s outstanding contribution award for education in practice.

Recipient of 2008/9 “Early Practitioner Award”, Institute of Learning and Teaching, .University of Wolverhampton

Previous professional experience

  • Honorary Contract, Registered Nurse, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Senior Lecturer, Pre-registration Adult Nursing, University of Wolverhampton
  • Supervised teaching practice in clinical practice PGCE
  • Practice Placement Manager
  • Supervised Practice Facilitator for Overseas Nurses, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Supervised Teaching Practice, University of Wolverhampton (150 hours)     
  • Specialist Visiting Lecturer (Intensive Care Nursing)  University of Wolverhampton
  • Registered Nurse Adult General Intensive Care Unit, Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust       
  • Practice Education and  Development Nurse CCU
  • Registered Nurse (Staff Nurse) Ward D20 Acute Respiratory Medical
  • Ward New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton
  • Administrative and Clerical posts, Home Office Prison Service, HM Prison Featherstone, Wolverhampton

Further information

Staff Development and Skills

  • Equality and Diversity Training - May 2017
  • Interview training - March 2016
  • Research dissertation supervisor training - September 2012
  • Immediate Life Support (UK Resuscitation Council - March 2010
  • Advanced Life Support - 2002
  • Aurora Leadership Foundation programme - 2016

 

External Examiner 

  • Current: University of Southampton, Pre-Registration undergraduate Adult Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing. 2015 - 2019
  • University of West London – post graduate adult critical care nursing modules. 

 

Membership of Professional, Quality, Reviewing and Editorial Bodies

 

  • University mentoring scheme, 2008 – present
  • Socrates / Erasmus International Exchange Programme, 2008 – present