Mrs Helen Freedman


I am a Senior Lecturer in the Adult Acute Care Team. I have many years' experience of nursing across the Capital - St. George's NHS Trust, St. Thomas' NHS Trust and Kings College Hospital.

I have also worked for an Non-Governmental Organisation in Zambia as a nurse tutor and am still involved in projects to support the nursing school there.

I teach at both Kingston Hill and St. George's University of London and I am currently the course lead for Return to Practice. I am also the module leader for the Introduction to Adult Nursing module for the BSc Programme.

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer


  • BNurs
  • MSc
  • NMC - Teacher
  • RGN

Teaching and learning

I am the Champion for the Virtual Family project; working with module leaders to develop online patient scenarios.

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught


I am interested in research around improving innovation in nursing education. I also have a keen interest in respiratory nursing, especially chronic lung conditions

Qualifications and expertise

  • MSc Education for Health Care Professionals
  • BNURS Adult Nursing
  • NMC Teacher Qualification

Areas of specialism

  • Respiratory Nursing
  • Ward Management and Leadership
  • Education


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De Rezende, Helena, Freedman, Helen and Grainger, Michelle (2022) The use and value of learning technologies to improve academic literacy skills. Journal of Nursing Education, 61(4), p. 223. ISSN (print) 0148-4834

Freedman, Helen (2021) Teaching tip : Students' perceptions of using online patient scenarios to enhance their learning. Nurse Educator, ISSN (print) 0363-3624 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Jarvis, Helen (2006) Exploring the evidence base for the use of non-invasive ventilation. British Journal of Nursing, 15(14), pp. 756-759. ISSN (print) 0966-0461

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