MA Medical Sociology
Trained as a Nurse in Ipswich 1978, continued formal nurse education in Accident and Emergency Nursing and then Clinical teaching.
Worked as a Nurse in Accident and Emergency in Suffolk, Birmingham and Lancashire.
Left working as Nursing Officer and Clinical Nurse Specialist in Burnley General Hospital to take up a post as lecturer with Norfolk College of Nursing and Midwifery in 1991.
Currently I teach across a variety of programmes, as well as being Senior Adviser within the School.
Key Research Interests
My direct involvement in research has been a minor activity in my career although it informs my teaching.
Urgent care, Minor Injuries and Emergency care remain my areas of interest.
My main areas of teaching are Minor Injury and Emergency Care at post graduate/registration level, and fundamental skills for pre-registration nurses.
I am also involved in issues of society and management, hence I am involved in organisational culture sessions for management modules and sociology in a variety of programmes and modules.
External Activities and Indicators of Esteem
- Series of sessions for East of England Ambulance Trust, teaching Paramedics wound closure techniques.