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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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)

De Rezende, Helena, Freedman, Helen and Grainger, Michelle (2021) The use and value of learning technologies to improve academic literacy skills. Journal of Nursing Education, ISSN (print) 0148-4834 (In Press)

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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