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Masoom Anwari

Nurse Educator

School of Nursing

Brook Building, BB113

+44 (0) 1772 89 3630

manwari@uclan.ac.uk

Subject Areas: Nursing and Midwifery

Masoom is a Nurse Educator, who is passionate about teaching. She teaches on the BSc Nursing degree as well as the Trainee Nursing Associates Programme.

Masoom undertook her Nurse Training at the University of Central Lancashire. She has worked as a Staff Nurse at East Lancashire NHS Trust (ELHT) on a Paediatric day case unit, followed by the busy acute Children’s Unit.

 

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Masoom has a range of experience in teaching Nurses and Doctors- whilst on the ward. At ELHT, she was a Link Nurse for Infant Feeding and a member of Documentation Planning- thus creating positive evidence-based change within the ward setting.

As a Nurse Educator, her role includes teaching Clinical Skills sessions as well as teaching theory sessions across the Adult, Child and Mental Health Fields. Masoom provides Pastoral Support to Trainee Nursing Associate Students as an Academic Advisor, whom she supports and monitors their progression, throughout their University programme of study.

Within the Nurse Educator role, Masoom provides Clinical Skills Support to students who may need assistance, whilst on placement or in the University setting, within the Clinical Skills Labs. Masoom also provides links with external organisations, such as Schools and Colleges and delivers interactive sessions in collaboration with their intended outcomes. For example, Masoom delivers Teddy bear Clinics wherein Primary school children are taught about hospitals and given an insight into the equipment used.

Masoom has undertaken her Mentoring module, which was delivered by the University of Central Lancashire. Her ambitions are to support the Nursing and TNA students to help educate the future Nurses.

Qualifications

  • Mentoring, University of Central Lancashire, 2018
  • BSc Child Nursing Degree, University of Central Lancashire, 2015

Memberships

  • Nursing and Midwifery Council