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I qualified as a Registered General Nurse (RGN) in 1988 having completed my training at Wakefield and Pontefract School of Nursing. After qualifying I gained a post as a Staff Nurse on the Intensive Care Unit/ Neurosurgical Ward at Pinderfields Hospital.  By 1993, I was working as a Sister on the ICU/Neurosurgical Ward after completing the ENB 148 Neurosurgical and Neuromedical Nursing Course and the ENB 100 Intensive Care Course. I continued until 2001 when I was seconded to the role of Clinical Educator – Critical Care for the Mid Yorkshire Trust whilst working 1 day a week in ICU. When the secondment ended in February 2004 I took up a half time post as a Practice Development Sister for Critical Care on the regional Burns Unit at Pinderfields and the other half of my role was as a Lecturer Practitioner at the University of Huddersfield. This became a fulltime post as a Senior Lecturer in Adult and Child Nursing in May 2005.


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