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Ms Cameron Cox

Senior Lecturer - Children's Nursing


I am a  qualified Children's Nurse and Specialist Community Public Health School Nurse with 15 years experience working in both hospital and community settings. During nursing practice I developed a particular interest in mentoring undergraduate student nurses which lead to Cameron gaining ENB 998 teaching and assessing qualification.  I qualified with a MSc in Health Care Education and Clinic leadership in 2014 and subsequently was employed as a Senior Lecturer in Children's Nursing in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education in September 2014.

Areas of specialism

  • Childrens Nursing
  • Public Health
  • Transiton to Nurse Registration including Leadership and Management
  • Safeguarding Children and Young people

Courses taught




  • Fellow Higher Education Academy
  • Introduction to Teaching and Learning
  • MSc Health Care Education and Clinical Leadership
  • PgDip Specialist Community Public Health Practitioner - School Nursing
  • ENB 998 Teaching and Assessing
  • BA (Hons) Paediatirc Nursing


Number of items: 3.


Moore, Linda, Ashbrooke, Lorna, Brady, Mary, Chandran, Usha, Clark, Zoe, Cox, Cameron, Crighton, Elizabeth, Podsiadly, Elisabeth, Price, Jayne, Richardson, Jim and Smith, Penny (2019) Nursing care of children and young people. Oxford, U.K. : Clinical Pocket Reference. 109p. (Clinical Pocket Reference) ISBN 9781908725097

Book Section

Clark, Zoe and Cox, Cameron (2018) Safeguarding children and young people. In: Price, Jayne and McAlinden, Orla, (eds.) Essentials of nursing children and young people. London, U.K. : Sage. pp. 133-147. ISBN 9781473964846

Conference or Workshop Item

Clark, Zoe, Cox, Cameron and Brady, Mary (2018) Student Learning in Community Experience : SLICE project. In: Festival of Learning (KUFoL18) : Supporting Student Success through Excellence in Learning and Teaching; 27 Jun 2018, Kingston, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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