Eva qualified as an Adult Nurse in 2006 having completed her training at the University of East Anglia. Following this, Eva worked on short-stay surgical wards at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and at the James Paget University Hospital.
Eva spent 3 years working as a Community Staff Nurse and was involved in establishing a new team in a rural area before going on to complete the Preparation for Mentorship programme after which she commenced the Post Graduate Diploma in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (HV). Eva qualified as a Health Visitor in 2012 and became Link Health Visitor for UEA students whilst working in Norwich as well as co-ordinating the Care of Next Infant (CONI) scheme in the Great Yarmouth area.
Eva joined the University in February 2015 as a Lecturer on the Pre-Registration Adult Nursing course and is based in Great Yarmouth. In 2017 Eva completed the PgC in Healthcare Education and is an NMC Level 4 Teacher. Eva also completed her MSc in Public Health Nursing in 2017 after writing her dissertation on the breastfeeding experiences of young mothers.
Eva is an Enhanced Personal Tutor for Nursing Apprenticeship students and is a Link Lecturer for the James Paget University Hospital and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Eva teaches on Nursing Apprenticeship courses and the Pre-Registration Adult Nursing Course. Eva is the Deputy Course Leader for the 4 year Adult Nursing Apprenticeship course.