Chris has a track record in innovative module and curriculum design, alongside proven expertise in regional and national stakeholder engagement, leadership and project management.
Chris maintains clinical currency through continued shifts in the busiest regional emergency department.
Over a decade experience of teaching an array of under and post graduate learners, previously holding honorary post with University of Liverpool Medical School and Senior Lecturer in Advanced Practice at Liverpool John Moores University has led to considerable expertise in an array of teaching modalities.
Building upon noted academic excellence in achieving a 1st class degree and a distinction at MSc level, Chris aims to submit an application for doctoral study in the coming months.
Chris is a HEA Fellow, an experienced ALS and GIC instructor, an ALS course director alongside holding faculty status in regional Human Factors and Simulation training with NWSEN.
Main research interests include educational innovations, emergency care and trauma, human factors and simulation.
Chris is a peer reviewer for the Emergency Nurse Journal.
Academic Practice, PGCert, Liverpool John Moores University
Award Date: 20 Aug 2020
Advanced Clinical Practice, MSc, Liverpool John Moores University
Award Date: 11 Jan 2020
Mentorship in clinical practice, Liverpool John Moores University
Award Date: 20 Jul 2007
Nursing, BSc, University of Bedfordshire
Award Date: 20 Sep 2004