Liz joined the University in 2005 as a Senior Lecturer in the Nursing team. Prior to working in higher education Liz held a range of senior clinical and educational posts within an acute NHS Trust.
Liz is a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife, an experienced nursing academic and a Fellow of the HEA. Following clinical practice, working across a number of clinical areas within acute and community care, she has been involved in higher education across a range of pre-and post-registration and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes. Liz has senior level experience of supporting workforce development through education and training.
Liz now works as a Principal Lecturer within the School of Health and Community Studies and teaches across both undergraduate and postgraduate nursing and healthcare courses.
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