Amanda Naylor

Lecturer: Sexual Reproductive Health

School of Community Health and Midwifery

Brook Building, BB337A

+44 (0) 1772 89 3823

Subject Areas: Education, Health, Nursing and Midwifery, Public Health

Amanda joined UCLan in August 2015 as a full time Lecturer in Sexual and Reproductive Health. She contributes to teaching on the BSc Sexual Health Studies. Amanda’s background is as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse specialising in Sexual Health.

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Amanda has worked in Sexual Health Services since 2004, initially as a Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) Nurse Practitioner and since 2008 as Specialist Community Sexual Health Advisor within GUM. She also works within Contraceptive Services where she undertakes sessions to maintain her clinical competencies and worked within the Chlamydia Screening Service.

Alongside her clinical roles Amanda has, since 2008 been the lead educator within Sexual Health Primary Care Education across East Lancashire. As part of this role Amanda worked alongside colleagues to design a full and comprehensive education program of interactive workshops designed to inform GP’s and Practice Nurses, that supported them in providing equitable and effective Sexual Health Services within Primary Care. She also was the Sexual Health Marketing and Communications Team Co-Chair for the NHS Foundation Trust.

Amanda was guest Lecturer at UCLan in 2012 and 2013 within the BSc Sexual Health Services course, discussing issues and recognition of Sexual Exploitation. She became a full-time Lecturer in Sexual Health in August 2015. She now module leads, teaches and supports students across both the Undergraduate and Post graduate Sexual Health Curriculum.

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Teaching Activities and Responsibilities

Amanda teaches on both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Sexual Health Courses. She module leads on Contraception: theory and practice, Sexual Health Perspectives of Safeguarding (Adults and Children), Sex and Relationship Education across the age continuum, Effective Communication & Engagement skills in Sexual Health, Study and Lifelong Learning Skills and Communication and Collaboration modules.