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I am a highly experienced Registered Nurse with more than 30 years experience in Emergency and Acute care, I hold a BSc (Hons) in Nursing, an MSc in Interprofessional Practice - Civil Emergency Management and a Diploma in the Medical Care of Catastrophes. My MSc Dissertation focused on Hospital Triage during Mass Casualty Events.
Key areas of teaching interest are Acute, Emergency Care and Major Incident management.
I am currently the module leader for the Acutely Unwell Adult and Trauma Care: Initial Assessment and Management (CPD modules).
I am currently the module leader for the Acutely Unwell Adult Module and the Trauma Care: Initial Assessment and Management courses.
I currently supervise 5 MSc Research Project Students.
I am the Personal Tutor for Foundation Degree Students
My Link Lecture area is the Day Case Unit at Epsom General hospital
Mower S and Thompson S (2020) ‘Medicine wastage in a thromboprophylaxis protocol for ambulatory trauma patients'
Emergency Nurse 28(6) 35-40
External Teaching Roles
I currently instruct on the following courses:
Advanced Trauma Nursing Course (ATNC)
Hospital Major Incident Medical Management and Support Course
Major Incident Medical Management and Support Course.
I am a member of the Trauma Course Level Two Competency Peer Reviewer for the National Major Trauma Nursing Group (NMTNG)
BACCN (2019) Major Incident Triage