Mrs Hannah Ames

Mrs Hannah Ames

Lecturer in Adult Nursing (Education)

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)


Lecturer in Adult Nursing 


BSC First Class Honours in Health Studies 2008

Diploma in Higher Education Nursing (Adult) with Distinction 2003

Specialist Critical Care Course  


I studied nursing at Plymouth University in 2003 and went on to obtain my degree in Health studies in 2008. I have always worked in Critical Care and specialising in Neurosurgical critical care, where I worked for 15 years, with  8 years as a Sister.

I have always had an active role in clinical education, mentoring and supervision and I am passionate about sharing knowledge, inspiring and getting the best from people. Spending many years supporting and improving new staff and student education with in the critical care department. 

I have worked as a Clinical Demonstrator for the School of Nursing and Midwifery and Lectured as a visiting specialist in 2008.   

Specialist interest in visual learning and engagement through the use of social media, physiology, biology and simulation based education.   

Professional membership

Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) Registration Number  00A0864E

Royal College of Nursing 

Teaching interests

Taught Modules 

NRS 403 Ways of Knowing 
ADN203 Pathophysiology 
ADN 303 3rd year clinical skills 

Subject Interests 
  • Simulation and Human Factors 
  • Biology and Physiology 
  • Acute and Critical Care 
  • Social media in healthcare  and education

Disseminating research through visual abstracts publication of blog for HARTS of the possible.

Additional information

Follow me on twitter @hannahlames1