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I qualified as an ODP in 1990, after which I worked in the British Army, the NHS, and private practice. As a senior practitioner I set up anaesthetic support services for a new five theatre department and implemented resuscitation services for the whole unit. I also spent just under two years as a Deputy Theatre Manager in the private sector. My interest is delivery of safe efficient perioperative care with a keen interest in anaesthetic practice and resuscitation including human factors. I have worked part time for the university since 2008 and undertook a full time post in June 2015.


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  • Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence

    Harper, Mick (Recipient), Farrell, Kirsten (Recipient), Dobson, Lucy (Recipient), Bailey, Lucy (Recipient), Tarrant, Sam (Recipient), Roster, Jack (Recipient), Neve, Ashley (Recipient), Clark, Nicholas John (Recipient), Jones, Andy (Recipient), O'Neill, Jennifer Ruth (Recipient), Gray, Rebekka (Recipient), Jackson, Clare (Recipient), Zhang, Haijing (Recipient), Lawrence, Harry (Recipient), Kithakye, Noel (Recipient), Boyd, Mercedes (Recipient), Mather, Nathan (Recipient), Stevens, Rachel (Recipient), Walker, Louise (Recipient), Armstrong, Cathy (Recipient) & Jones, Nigel (Recipient), 30 Apr 2018

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