Ms Meriel Chudleigh
Lecturer in Prescribing
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health)
Meriel Chudleigh is a Lecturer in Prescribing
Previous academic roles: Lecturer of Adult Nursing for six years at the University of Plymouth
Lecturer Practitioner 18 months combined Community Matron and Lecturer of Adult Nursing
Meriel's 20+ year clinical background includes extensive experience in primary and community care positions.
These include key posts in cardiac rehabilitation, heart failure specialist nursing and community matron work with frailty and long term condition complex case management.
Professional interests include digital professionalism, online communities of practice and Bioscience in Nursing
Meriel is a Queens Nurse, an honorary title awarded by the Queens Nursing Institute (QNI) to support an ongoing commitment to quality person centred care in the community.
Independent and Supplementary Non Medical Prescriber
Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice
Advance HE External Examiner
Fellow of Advance HE
Royal College of Nursing
Bioscience in Nurse Education BiNE
- Independent Prescribing
- Digital professionalism and e-health.
- Advanced communication skills
- End of life care particularly in people who have long term conditions and end stage organ failure.
- Clinical supervision and lifelong learning.
- Medicines Optimisation and pharmacology, human anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology
Twitter use and experiences of student nurses
Key publications are highlightedJournals
(2021) 'Did introducing Twitter and digital professionalism as an assessed element of the nursing curriculum impact social media related incidence of ‘Fitness to Practise’: 12-year case review' Nurse Education in Practice 50, 102950-102950 , DOI Open access
(2016) 'How to set up and use a Twitter account professionally' Nursing Standard 31, (10) 40-43 , DOI Open access