I'm a nurse, a senior lecturer and public speaker, I qualified in 1993 from Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and went on to work at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel finishing up as an emergency nurse.
In 1999 I went to Arizona and worked as a trauma nurse during which I obtained my Master’s degree which leads me to become a professor of nursing at Grand Canyon University . In 2007 I returned to the UK and after a position in a senior NHS management position, I went back to my passion which is nurse education.
After a brief teaching post, I finally settled at the University of Lincoln as a senior lecturer in nursing, my specialties are emergency healthcare and leadership and management theory to pre and post registration students.
In 2019 I was selected to give a TEDx talk on Challenging Gender stereotypes in Nursing.
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