Linda Nelson is a qualified registered nurse and spent her professional career in practice working in critical care areas including intensive care, coronary care and accident and emergency. She has been working in higher education for 20 years and is currently employed as an Associate Dean in the School of Health & Social Care at Teesside University with responsibility for the portfolio of enterprise and business engagement.
The role involves working in partnership with organisations in health and social care to ensure that the range of educational provision offered in the School meet their workforce requirements. Examples of this include the higher and degree apprenticeship agenda and working with partners to develop accredited and non-accredited provision,
Leading on the development of the Nursing Associate role across the North East was one of the highlights of her nursing career as students graduate and join the nursing family. She was very proud to receive the Student Nursing Times award for ‘Nursing Associate provider of the year’ in 2020 on behalf of the University and practice partners.
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