Ms Kris Paget


I started my journey into education at Middlesex University teaching on the ITU course: Introducing NIV and the Breathless Deteriorating Patient. Before coming to Kingston University I was a Lecturer Practitioner working between Kings College London and St George's NHS Trust. Through out my career I have presented at international conferences; including HIV/AIDs updates to General Practitioners in Portugal.  

2004 - 2007 Lecturer Practioner. Kings College London and St George's NHS Trust

2000 - 2004 Practice Development (Acute Medicine). St George's NHS Trust

2000 Project Lead. Whittington Hospital

1999 - 2000 Senior Sister. Parkside Hospital (Independent)

1997 - 1999 TB Nursing Lead. Royal Free Hospital

1996 - 1997 Practice Development Sister (HDU).Royal Free Hospital

1994 - 1996 Sister HIV/AID's 1991 - 1996. Chelsea and Westminster Hospital 

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer (Adult Nursing): Admissions, Recruitment and Outreach Tutor


  • BSc Nursing Studies (University of Manchester) 1998
  • Post Graduate Diploma: Adult Learning and Professional Development (University College London) 2010
  • Certificate in Education: Post Compulsory Education (University of Kent) 1993
  • City and Guilds 730 Further and Adult Education Teachers Certificate. 1992
  • ENB 920 ITU
  • ENB R02 TB
  • 934 HIV/AIDS

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught