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Kerry Stubbins

Kerry Stubbins

Lecturer

Summary

I am a lecturer in Adult Nursing.

My clinical background is in critical care, and I have held the post of Senior Sister in an Adult Intensive Care Unit and led the Critical Care Outreach Team supporting interprofessional education within the NHS.

  • About

    I joined the nursing profession in 1990. Since then, I have held various senior roles in the field of critical care within the South and West Yorkshire regions.

    After developing the role of Critical Care Outreach, I began to focus on interprofessional education within the NHS. I have a passion for widening participation to Higher Education and Nursing. I have extensive experience of working with students from diverse backgrounds in further education and currently support foundation pathways and teach into Level 4, 5 and 6 in Higher Education.

  • Teaching

    Within my role I work collaboratively with FE colleges supporting the Foundation degree and the Foundation degree in Health, Sports and Social Care. 

    Adult Nursing

    Foundation Degree in Health, Sports and Social Care  

    Collaborative Foundation Degree 

    BSc in Nursing 

    I am Module Leader for Level 6 Leadership & Management for Excellence in Relationship Centred Care.

  • Research

    I work Collaboratively with partner Further Education Colleges 

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