Angela Williams

Job Role
Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing


Angela is from Dolgellau and undertook her nursing, midwifery and health visiting career throughout the UK. When Angela returned to North Wales, she worked as a midwife in the Meirionydd area and moved to Wrexham to work as a health visitor in 2000. She started working at Glyndŵr in 2003 where she worked for 10 years, and then returned in 2018.

She also has an interest in using e-learning to support the student experience, as well as using social media such as Twitter to enhance student engagement. In May 2016, Angela received the prestigious title of Queen’s Nurse. In 2017 Angela became a Freeman of the City of London with the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers (@WCSM). Her hobbies include travelling, gardening, baking and she has a passion for watching football at weekends. 


Queen’s Nurse

PGC in eLearning NEWI

MSc in Health Studies NEWI

PGCE Coleg Meirion Dwyfor

BSc (Hons) in Health Care Practice University of Surrey

Health Visitor

Registered Midwife

Registered Nurse



Interested in quality in healthcare and quality improvement, and the use of social media to support the student learning experience.


Undergraduate pre-registration nursing – teach throughout on each level of the degree programme


Williams, A. (2019) ‘Working and Playing’ in Holland, K & Jenkins, J (ed) Applying the Roper Logan Tierney Model in Practice London: Elsevier

Roberts, D & Williams, A (2017) ‘The potential of mobile technology to close the theory practice gap’ Nurse Education Today.   

Williams, A. (2014) ‘3 ways student nurses are inspiring each other’, Blog 1000 Lives Plus Website.

Williams, A. (2013) ‘Students can influence the ‘can do’ culture’, Blog 1000Lives Website.

Buckley, C & Hastings, A (2009) Web 2.0 Technologies for Problem-Based and Collaborative Learning – a Case Study in Kidd, T (ed) Online Education and Adult Learning: New Frontiers for Teaching Practices

Hastings,A, Henderson,J & Hilditch, A (2008) ‘CV’s and interview techniques’ in Lloyd,M & Murphy,P (eds) Essential Study Skills in Health and Social Care  Exeter: Reflect Press Ltd