I started my journey into health care in 1989, first qualifying and registering as a General Nurse, and then as an NMC Registered Midwife. I started working in undergraduate education at NEWI (now WGU) in 2001 and developed a passion for enhancing links between theory and practice, and making a real-life positive impact on practice and professional development.
My employment journey took me to work at another University and a Further Education College which really helped me to appreciate the importance of Widening Participation and the privileged position that we as educators have. After a period working as a Ward Manager in a Clinical Setting, I returned to WGU in 2020 and have been teaching, developing curricula, and leading modules and programmes within the post-qualification/ post-registration provision.
MA Health Care Ethics and Law
PGCPD in HE
BSc (hons) Health Studies
Registered Midwife (Dip)
Registered General Nurse
- Compassionate Leadership
- Leadership theory
- Health care ethics and law
- Professional Practice and professionalism
- Education process and theory practice links
- Service improvement
- Widening participation
MSc Professional Practice in Health