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Kate Heaton-Morley RNMH, RN, RSCN, RNT, BSc (Hons), MSc, FHEA

Senior Lecturer


My main role at Sheffield Hallam University is to support and educate student nurses undertaking Pre-Registration Nurse Education. A smaller part of my role is facilitating interprofessional and mandatory training and education to students on other health related courses within the faculty. As required I assist in the facilitation of CPD for registered nurses.


My background is nursing, although I have worked in different fields the last 25 years have been primarily in children's nursing. I remain passionate about the practice of children's nursing and in order to maintain clinical currency I hold a clinical contract with a local trust and regularly work in clinical practice on an acute children's ward.

As module leader for two modules within pre-registration nursing I am involved in the development and implementation of new curricula, planning and delivery of taught sessions and assessment. I support a number of practice areas who provide practical experience and assessment of student nurses on clinical placement.

In addition I am Admissions Lead for Child Nursing, coordinating and facilitating the selection and interviewing of applicants and leading child nursing team activities at University open days.


Child Nursing



Fundamentals of Children's Applied Pathophysiology An Essential Guide for Nursing and Healthcare Students 2018

Elizabeth Gormley-Fleming (editor), Ian Peate (editor)

Chapter 7 Pain and pain management 133

Helen Monks, Kate Heaton‐Morley and Sarah McDonald

A list of publications is available from the institutional repository, SHURA

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