Personal profile

Research interests

I am currently completing my MSc Health & Education. My research seeks to explore personal tutors' perception of co-creating and using an interactive blog to supplement existing personal tutoring strategies for undergraduate nursing. This is revealing the unique nature of the personal tutor / tutee relationship in nurse education.

I have an interest in action research and its application in healthcare with a particular focus on nursing research.

Approach to teaching

As a module leader for Practice Learning for Nursing my teaching approach is mostly skills based learning. I am a Peer Assisted Study Success (PASS) supervisor and facilitate students with peer learning and advocate deliberate practice to develop mastery in clinical skills.

I developed the Skills Zone here at the University of Brighton which provides students with open access to skills equipment to encourage informal peer learning.

Education/Academic qualification

Post Graduate Certificate in Education, University of Brighton

Sept 2015Sept 2017

Award Date: 1 Sept 2017

Nurse Teacher

Award Date: 1 Sept 2017

Fellow, The Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Award Date: 1 Sept 2017

Bachelor, Bsc (Hons) Advanced Professional Studies

Jan 2007Jul 2001

Award Date: 31 Jul 2001

Registered Nurse

Award Date: 1 Sept 1995


  • RT Nursing
  • Clinical practice/placement learning
  • Clinical Skills
  • Peer learning
  • Nurse Education


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