The Practice Learning Link Lecturer Team in the Department of Health Sciences offer support to nursing students out in practice placement areas. The aim of the team is to provide accessible and visible support to students and mentors out in practice. They are a friendly team who are eager to get to know students and placement areas, so that all teams feel able to access us quickly for advice or support.
My main professional speciality has been within Oncology and Haematology. Qualifying in 2013 from the University of York, I have held various posts including as an Oncology Staff Nurse, Chemotherapy Specialist Nurse at the Christie Hospital and Deputy Sister on Ward 31 at York Hospital (Oncology and Haematology). I am so excited to be part of such a fantastic team, providing accessible support to students that I believe will be of real benefit to them whilst completing such a challenging, but rewarding course.
I have been a qualified nurse for 34 years, during which time, I have trained and worked as a Midwife, neonatal nurse, intensive care, anaesthetics, recovery and scrub nurse. I took the opportunity to work abroad in Brisbane Australia and what a life experience that was! I would recommend that to the more adventurous among you. I am looking forward to seeing you all in the future.
I am a registered nurse and a trained midwife. I have 24 years work experience with different groups of patients both in acute and community settings. I have held posts in different specialties including neurosurgery, medicine, obstetrics, haematology, ophthalmology and neonates. I have a special interest in, and enjoy, teaching and supporting nursing students.
Each of the team have a different ‘patch’ to cover with Wumi supporting students out in York and Selby, Sheila covering Harrogate, Dales and Northallerton and Emily on the East Coast.
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