Natasha Hackett

Lecturer in Adult Nursing

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School of Nursing, Midwifery and Public Health
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Natasha Hackett is a Lecturer in Adult Nursing, who graduated from Canterbury Christchurch University in 2008.  She specialised in surgical nursing, working on both general and specialist surgical wards, including ENT & plastic surgery as a highlight, she also cared for individuals in the immediate post-operative phase in theatres. She joined the University of Suffolk in 2013, where she then proceeded to complete her MA in Education for Health and Social Care Professionals in 2014.  She has taught on a range of courses, including the Adult Nursing Degree, the Foundation Degree, Preparation for Mentorship and currently the Adult Nursing Degree Apprenticeship. 

Areas of expertise include teaching a wide range of topics/subjects on the degree nursing apprenticeship programme, with a particular focus on the theoretical aspects of nursing practice, including legal, ethical and political dimensions. As admissions tutor for the programme, she engages with a wide range of stakeholders to recruit apprentices onto the programme. She is also the Academic Lead for the BSc International Nursing which is an online programme run in collaboration with Unicaf University to support registered nurses across the world to achieve degree level education.

Hackett, N., Harvey-Lloyd, J. & Rooke, N. (2016) "Performing dual roles in education and practice: Experiences of lecturers who also work as clinicians: a literature review and study", Nursing Management, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 31-37. 

NET Conference 2015 – Theme Paper: Performing a dual role: identifying the benefits and challenges. 

HE Fellowship 
NMC Registrant (Adult Nursing) 
NMC Stage 4 Teacher (2014)