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Ashley joined the University of Huddersfield as a Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice teaching across programmes providing post-registration education for qualified healthcare professionals, including the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and Independent and Supplementary Prescribing qualification. Prior to joining the University of Huddersfield he worked at another institution within the pre-registration nursing degree team.

Ashley is Co-Chair of the University's Advancing Practice Research Special Interest Group and is a member of the Centre for Applied Research in Health's leadership team. With a particular focus on the School's nursing related provision, Ashley is a Student Experience Lead, working to ensure that the School continuously works to improve the University experience for its students, both at an operational and strategic level.

He is a Registered Nurse and an Advanced Nurse Practitioner with a wealth of experience across Primary, Secondary and Tertiary NHS and Private healthcare settings. He has experience of clinical research, leadership, governance and clinical practice and is committed to delivering high quality care and education, and improving services for the benefit of patients.  He has worked as a Registered Nurse both in the UK and Australia.

Ashley continues to work clinically as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, ensuring his clinical practice knowledge and skills remain up to date.  He uses this contemporaneous experience to inform his teaching across various programmes within the School.

Research Expertise and Interests

Ashley's research interests lie within the broad field of Digital Health.  In particular he is interested in the use of electronic systems by clinical staff, and how clinicians interact with these technologies.

He is currently undertaking his PhD at the University of Manchester where he is researching the use of Machine Learning systems by nurses.

His research interests are broad, but he is particularly interested in applied research that can help improve life for patients and staff within healthcare systems globally.

External positions

Associate of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Digital Health
  • Nursing
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intellegence
  • Usability


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