Stacey qualified as a Nurse in 1990 and has worked mainly in the community as a District Nurse, modern matron, discharge planning lead, education lead, community health manager and CQC inspector. She spent time in Africa managing the nursing department of a hospital in Uganda for VSO and undertaking research. She achieved a Masters degree in International Public Health, in 2016 and joined the University in 2018. Stacey completed her PGCAP in 2020 and works within the community and apprentice teams. She has a passion for nurse education and believes nurses have a vital role to improve global health.
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Practice facilitator and educational lead for community trust.
Mentor to student nurses.
Teaching students, patients, their families and carers within practice
Lecturer in adult nursing 2018 to date mainly within health care apprenticeships and community nursing but also contributes to a range of health courses.
Stacey has undertaken primary research within her studies and also worked as a field researcher for VSO’s global research around health workers published in 2011. She presented her contribution to this work at an international nursing conference in Zambia. She enjoys teaching research methods and intends to publish recent work around nursing apprenticeships.
Stacey worked as a nurse for children with special needs attending a summer camp in America. She also worked as a senior nurse with VSO in Africa undertaking hospital management, health education and research.
- Nursing and Midwifery council