Elizabeth is currently co-module leader for the Level 6 and 7 Recognising and Managing the Acutely Ill Child and Critical and Intensive Care of the Child and Family modules.
She is also the Champion for the Baby Friendly Initiative (BFI) and the integration of the BFI university standards into the child curriculum.
With over twenty years of nursing experience within the child field of nursing including fourteen years within the field of neonatal nursing her main focus of teaching is around family centred neonatal care. The neonate and their family are central to the care delivery through partnership working. It is vital to listen and respond to these needs in a caring and compassionate way.
Elizabeth's research area of interest is focused on the student and their learning. This has includes the clinical area and the rich learning environment that it offers.
Specialist areas of interest
Mills E, Court R and Fidment S (2019) Chapter 10 Disorders of the respiratory system. In Fundamental of Children's Applied Pathophysiology: An Essential Guide for Nursing and Healthcare Students. First Edition. Edited by Gormley-Fleming E and Peate I.