School of Sport and Health Sciences
Brook Building, BB318
+44 (0) 1772 89 3640
Subject Areas: Health, Nursing and Midwifery
Alice is an advocate for excellence in healthcare practice and has an extensive clinical background in the field of specialist palliative care. Alice is course and module leader in the subjects of palliative & end of life care, cancer management and communication skills. She also contributes to student learning in Advanced Practice and Non-Medical Prescribing amongst other subjects.
Alice is a Senior Lecturer within the Continuing Professional Practice and Development Team.
She has held senior Nursing positions and brings this experience into her multi-professional teaching. Alice has many years of experience working at an advanced level clinically and in the development of policies, protocols and roll out of end of life care programmes. Alice also has experience on leading local and national clinical audits within an NHS Trust.
Alice has a particular interest in widening access to palliative care services for disadvantaged groups. She has previously been involved in projects considering people with end stage COPD and the frail older person. She is currently involved in the early stages of a research group looking at end of life care after stroke.
Alice takes an active, dynamic approach to ensure learning is relevant and contemporary utilising technology and a wide range of teaching methods.
Alice is course leader for the Advanced Certificate in Palliative Care Practice and module leader for Managing Cancer, Care Management at the End of Life and Effective Communication Skills in Advanced Illness.
Alice is module tutor on various modules such as those relating to advanced practice. She also supports students undertaking dissertations at under-graduate and post-graduate level amongst other activities.
Collaborative working with St Catherine’s Hospice, Preston, on education and development initiatives.
Alice is External Examiner for a suite of modules at the University of Western Scotland.