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Miss Vickie Hawkins

PositionLecturer
Location2.11
DepartmentSchool of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership
Feedback HoursMonday to Friday
Telephone01274 236776
EmailV.M.Hawkins2@bradford.ac.uk

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.

Biography

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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