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Miss Vickie Hawkins

DepartmentSchool of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership
Feedback HoursMonday to Friday
Telephone01274 236776

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

My main responsibility is teaching clinical skills across all levels of the BSc (Hons) Nursing course and the Nurse Associate programme. I also teach clinical skills to CPD students.

Aside from teaching clinical skills I also have a passion for teaching students about end of life care, cancer care and more specifically Haematology.

I am a Personal Academic Tutor for students both on the Pre-Registration Nursing Degree course and for Nurse Associates. I also supervise Masters students undertaking their final stage module.


I have been a registered adult nurse since 2010 where I started working with the specialism of Haematology.

I quickly developed a passion for malignant Haematology and caring for patients with these diseases. Therefore I went on to be the Research Sister running clinical trials and recruiting leukaemia patients. I was very involved in delivering their care and provided support throughout their years of treatment.

Following my time as a Research Sister I joined the university as a clinical skills lecturer as I have always enjoyed teaching. Now I am a member of the practice education support team. Through partnership with mentors in clinical areas we, as a team, support and advise about quality of learning and practice.

Study History

  • 2007-2010: BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing
  • 2010-2016: MSc Adult Nursing, with a focus on palliative care
  • 2017: Non Medical Prescribing Qualification

Professional History

  • 2010-2014: Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Haematology inpatient ward
  • 2014: Mid Yorks NHS Trust, Haematology Research Sister (Leukaemia specialist)
  • 2014-2017: Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Haematology Research Sister

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