As an experienced senior lecturer with contemporary skills in facilitating others to provide high quality services aimed at improving health and wellbeing, my areas of expertise include teaching research methodology, nursing theory, health promotion and the support of learning in clinical practice. My previous clinical experience incorporates cardiovascular disease in both acute and rehabilitation settings, care of those who are older, workforce development and service improvement.
I am familiar with the evidence bases, policy drivers, systems, structures and processes of change in a variety of organisations and am committed to the improvement of public services. I have published a number of articles and presented at conferences, and am familiar with collecting data as a part of service evaluation, monitoring and planning for improvement. This enriches my role in upholding quality in Higher Education.
I have supervised Masters level projects since 2002. Mainly MPH students within the University of Wolverhampton. Also as a part of role in Education for Health in Warwick.
I am currently studying for my Professional Doctorate with the focus being on developing a community of practice for an element of end of life care. Due to complete 2020