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Emma Pell

Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

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Emma Pell

E: E.Potts@uos.ac.uk
T: +44(0)1473 338212
 

Emma is a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Suffolk.  She commenced her career undertaking a BSc (Hons) in Social Work at Anglia Ruskin University in 2010, followed by a MSc Mental Health Nursing at the University of Essex in 2017.  Emma has a range of experience from working in advocacy for young people with learning disabilities, to intensive family support work and crisis prevention mental health support for children and young people.  Alongside this she undertook a voluntary role with the local Sea Cadet unit teaching dinghy sailing and water safety and awareness to children and young people.  Emma spent a year in Australia, during which time she spent 6 months teaching on a remote cattle station in the Northern Territory.  Following registration as a Mental Health Nurse Emma worked on a Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit.  It was in this role Emma was able to hone her skills in the area of mental health nursing with children and young people.  During which time she also developed her interest in early intervention support for children and young people, seeking to prevent admission. Emma has always thought about moving into teaching and enjoys sharing her knowledge and supporting the nurses of the future to develop their skills and passion for nursing.