Nicole Sloman

Lecturer in Children's Nursing

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School of Nursing, Midwifery and Public Health
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Nicole started at the university in 2019, previously working as a Clinical Educator. Nicole qualified from Southampton University with a Bsc (Hons) Child Health Nursing in 2008.  

Nicole’s career has been based around the speciality of Neonatal Nursing. She began her career at the Rosie Neonatal Unit in Cambridge, gaining her post-graduate certificate in Special and Intensive care of the Newborn in 2010. Since then she has developed further interest in a variety of topics including tissue viability, developmental care, Newborn behavioural observation (NBO), pain, retinopathy of prematurity, and NHS leadership and management. Through her practice Nicole has also had a wealth of experience in intensive care, surgical care, stabilisation, and family-centred care.  

Nicole teaches across all three years of the pre-registration Children’s Nursing programme.  Nicole is module lead for Paediatric biosciences 1 & 2, Managing the deteriorating child, Coordinator, leader & manager, and Family & child-centred care.  She is also the link lecturer for Ipswich Hospital and Admissions Tutor for Children’s Nursing.  

HEE Fellowship