Beverly Ferguson MA, BSc (Hons) SRN, RCNT, RNT RGN
The majority of my teaching is on modules within the Pre-Registration nursing programmes in the adult field where I co lead a level 6 module. My teaching interests are in Public Health, particularly the role of the nurse. The key aspect of my role is supporting students to develop the skills necessary for them to practice as a Registered Nurse. I am a Link Lecturer for hospital and community based placements at Rotherham NHSFT. I enjoy visiting staff and students in practice and working with Practice Partners to develop placements for students and support staff in students within those areas. I recently joined the Admission team where I participate in open days and interviews
I qualified as a SRN in 1981 and started my career learning and practising in Burns and Plastic Surgery Nursing. I then went on to work in Orthopaedics and General Surgery before becoming a Clinical Teacher.
Public Health, Nursing theory and practice
BSc Nursing (Adult Field), Return to Nursing Practice
Essential of Nursing: Science and Practice, Essentials of Bio-Science, Public Health Levels 4-7
Salway, S., Chowbey, P., Such, E., & Ferguson, B. (2015). Researching health inequalities with Community Researchers : practical, methodological and ethical challengesof an ‘inclusive’ research approach. Research Involvement and Engagement, 1 (9). http://doi.org/10.1186/s40900-015-0009-4