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Kimberly Slater

University Lecturer Adult Nursing
School of Nursing

Kim teaches on the Pre-Registration Nursing Degree Programme.

Kim has wide-ranging experience in Nursing particularly in the Primary Care Setting.

Kim qualified as a Nurse in 1991 at the Manchester Royal Infirmary. She has had experience of working in a wide range of Specialities. These have included Theatres, Oncology and Haematology and Cardiology. She has spent time working as a nurse in the USA. More recently she has been a Manager in the Community and a Clinical Practice Teacher. Having spent a significant amount of time working for the NHS Kim felt ready for a new challenge and as she has always enjoyed teaching and mentoring, she commenced her role at UCLAN in September 2019.

  • MA Developing Professional Practice in Health Care, Lancaster University, 2011
  • PG Certificate Community Practice Teacher UCLAN, 2018
  • BSc(Hons) Specialist Community Practitioner UCLAN. 2004
  • Non- Medical Prescribing NMP UCLAN, 2004
  • BSc(Hons) Nursing Studies UCLAN, 2002
  • Public Health
  • Health and Well-Being
  • Leadership and Change
  • Resilience
  • Royal College of Nursing