Olivia was appointed to the University of York in February 2021 as a Clinical Teaching Fellow for Nursing, an innovative role that promotes the partnership between the university and York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHSFT. Olivia’s current role seeks to improve student experience through her work within the clinical area, providing support and teaching opportunities for student nurses on placement. Olivia works the majority of her time at the University delivering the undergraduate nursing programme across academic and
Olivia began her career at the University of York whereby she graduated with a Master’s in Nursing in 2019. During this time she completed an internship in Harrogate District Hopsital’s Intensive Care Unit for eighteen-months before taking a substantive role outside of the region on completion of the programme. Following this Olivia worked as a Critical Care Staff Nurse across several Intensive Care and High Dependency Units at James Cook University Hospital, a regional major trauma centre and tertiary hospital covering cardiac, oncology and trauma specialities across the North East.
Since appointment Olivia has continued to develop her interest in professional development and citizenship roles, with a particular interest in the Schwartz for students project. Olivia currently holds a facilitator role and steering group member working to deliver and promote Schwartz for Students within the university setting.
Member of the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC)