Cath Hill

Title: Lecturer, Adult Nursing
Phone: 01782 679606
Location: CEC - SF13
Contacting me: E-mail me, knock on the door or ring and leave a message and I'll ring you back.

I completed my Adult nurse training in 1993 and my clinical work was focused in surgical high dependency, developing into surgical assessment, which encompassed general surgery, urology, maxillo-facial amongst other specialities.

In 2003 I undertook a post at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire facilitating critical care skills among qualified staff.

In 2005 I joined the clinical skills lecturing team at Staffordshire University and in 2006 I joined Keele University's School of Nursing and Midwifery as a clinical skills lecturer.

I currently work within the School of Nursing and Midwifery as a lecturer, predominantly with pre-registration students.

I completed my MSc in Professional Education in Healthcare in 2010

Award Lead for the BSc Pre-registration nursing programme, I lead the Award for all 4 fields of nursing.
I have a special interest in teaching clinical skills, acute and critical care and the fundamentals of nursing.
I presented at NET 2010 international conference, discussing the mandatory inclusion of first aid in a pre-registration nursing curricula.
I have an interest in using OSCE's as an assessment method and have presented our support systems by poster at NET 2011.
The School was awarded 2nd place in the 2015 National Student Survey of UK Nursing and Midwifery Schools, a survey undertaken by our third year Nursing students.
In addition to this the Guardian league tables have identified the school as being 2nd in England and 4th in the UK