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- Kerry McIntosh
|Title:||Lecturer, Adult Nursing|
|Location:||CEC - SF48|
BN (Hons) Cardiothoracic Nursing, DipNurs (Adult), BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Psychology, PMRAFNS.
I am a visiting lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery currently teaching on the pre- registration nursing courses, with an interest in acute and critical care, communication, medicines management and leadership
I graduated from Keele University in 2001 as a Registered Adult Nurse and commenced my career within the NHS in the intensive/critical care arena, with a specialism in Cardiothoracic Nursing. Following a successful period working as a lead research nurse, I embarked on Military Training and completed 6 years Service within the Royal Air Force. This role involved the safe transfer of critically ill/injured Service personnel from around the world to the UK.
I have co-ordinated the Worldwide Study of Heart and Renal Protection (SHARP) trial as the lead research nurse with the UHNS.
I am currently studying for MSc Advancing Professional Practice at Keele University and I have a passion for research. I aim to explore resilience in nursing for my MSc dissertation.
Pre-registration nursing programme
Current clinical practice - Nursing critically ill/injured, medical and surgical patients.