Clinical Skills/Education Centre
Situational Awareness - Human Factors
Say This, Not That: improve communication with patients
Welcome to the Clinical Education and Training team!
As a small and diverse team we are responsible for the training and education of all disciplines and grades in a variety of clinical skills. All of our clinical training is supported by evidence based practice and national best practice guidance.
As a student with us you will be working closely with the MDT. You also may be undertaking audit and clinical governance, assisting in clinical simulations, attending and following up medical emergencies (please see “example timetables” tab for previous placement experiences).
To find out more about some of the courses we run, and the support we provide in practice, just click on the links below.
Gemma Cort: Clinical Education and Training Matron
Kate Turner: Clinical Education and Training Sister (Picture to right)
Kim Castellucio: Clinical Education and Training Sister (Lead for Medical Students)
Tim Stevenson: Clinical Education and Training Sister
Liz Claridge: Clinical Education and Training Sister (Lead for Associate Practitioners and bands 1 - 4)
Amy Booker: Clinical Education and Training Sister and LEM(Lead for Nursing Associate education)
Bethany Clarke: Clinical Education and Training sister (Lead for Risky Behavior)
Dawn Moore: Clinical Education and Training Practitioner
Sue Baldwin: Moving and Handling Advisor
Debbie Hollindale: Clinical Education Administrator
TEL (FROM EXTERNAL Number)
01246 514612/01246 513763
INTERNAL EXTENSION NUMBER
We start work at 08:00 Monday to Friday and generally finish at 16:00.
There are some occasions when we may suggest that you stay until the end of a specific day which will take you after 16:00 but not 17:00.
We will make sure you are not working over your hours by releasing you before 16:00 on other days.
If you have any issues with working any of the hours time tabled for you please let us know as soon as possible (including any university days) and we can make alternative arrangements whenever possible,
The following graphic represents the nursing procedures that will be encountered in this placement area, according to the Annexe B section of the Future Nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses (2018).
Green: Encountered frequently/daily
Amber: Encountered occasionally/rarely
Red: Never encountered