Ms Catherine Hughes
Lecturer in Nursing (Education)
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)
I started my career in nursing in 1998 after graduating from UWE, Bristol. I worked as a surgical and intensive care nurse until 2005 before joining Plymouth University. My current role is Lecturer in Adult Nursing and Lead for Clinical Skill and Simulation. I am involved in the development of interprofessional education. I continue to practice as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner.
BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies, RGN, Postgraduate qualifications in Care of the Critically Ill and Wound Management. MSc Health and Social Care Education. Masters Level post-graduate qualifications in Advanced Health Assessment. Masters Level post-graduate study in Advanced Pathophysiology. Undertaking Masters Level post-graduate study in Simulation Based Education. European Advanced Paediatric Life Support (EPALS) Instructor.
Member of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), Emergency Care Association (ECA)
Essential and Advanced Clinical Skills
Consultation skills and clinical examination
Anatomy and Physiology
Self-assessment of clinical practice.
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