Mrs Hannah Ames

Mrs Hannah Ames

Associate Lecturer

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)



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 



Other Publications

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



Additional information

Follow me on twitter @hannahlames1