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Karen originally trained as an Enrolled Nurse back in the 1980’s at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, had a number of years away from health so completed a return to nursing programme in 2004, following on with the conversion to RN(A) before moving into a community role. ...

I came into Radiography following a period of service in the HM Forces (Army).    I am a lecturer in the School of Health Sciences.  I graduated from University of Suffolk in 2012 winning the Fodder Memorial award for students; best paper proffered at the United Kingdom Radiolog...

Becky studied here at the University of Suffolk and graduated with a BSC (Hons) Midwifery in 2015. Becky then went on to work as a rotational midwife providing all aspects of midwifery care for women in a local trust. This has included antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care. Beck...

Annie originally did a degree in English Language and Literature in 1982 at Reading University, with subsidiary studies in French. Following a 'road to Damascus experience' Annie felt inspired to become a nurse, a decision she has never regretted. She completed her training in Adul...

Sue Blainey is programme leader for the Non-medical prescribing programme. Her professional background is nursing and she combines her current post within the Univeristy of Suffolk with a clinical role in primary care as a Nurse Practitioner fully utilising her own prescribing qual...

Peter joined the team at the University of Suffolk straight from clinical practice with a background in emergency and critical care in the acute setting. Peters’ practice has been underpinned by a clinical pedagogy assembled from his MSc in Adult Nursing-Practice and Honours Degre...

Jo registered as a Midwife in 2006 after graduating from Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, Essex with a first class honours degree. Jo has worked in all areas of Midwifery, starting her career at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, East London, where she worked across the...

Anna qualified as an Adult Nurse from the University of East Anglia in 2010, and initially joined Addenbrooke’s Hospital on a specialist rotational programme across medical, surgical and emergency nursing. Anna then moved to West Suffolk Hospital Foundation Trust and spent 18 mont...

Career Overview Mary Carter completed her training at the West Suffolk Hospital (WSH) in 1992 and was a senior staff nurse/ward manager in Trauma and Orthopaedics for 10 years. This was followed by working as a Clinical Practice Facilitator (CPF) at the WSH for one year, followed ...

Lead Midwife for EducationAssociate Professor and Course Leader BSc. (Hons) Midwifery (shortened) Sam trained as a Registered Sick Children's and Registered General Nurse from 1988-1992 at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool before completing her Diploma in Higher Education in ...

I qualified as a radiographer in 1984. Taking on a senior role within imaging departments allowed me to develop management skills, becoming clinical lecturer in Radiography at the East Anglian School of Radiography and then a full time teacher in the school from 1990. As a senior le...

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