Miss Marva Campbell
Intensive care nursing, Cardiac nursing
, Health, Sport and Bioscience, Nursing
Presently I am an academic with 3 years’ experience and 27 years of practice in intensive care, looking forward to publishing and increasing knowledge around patients safety. I am looking forward to creating an accredited Intensive Care course soon at UEL.
- BSc in Critical Care Nursing
- MSc in education for Healthcare Professionals
- Certificate in Cardiac Nursing
- Certificate in Intensive Care Nursing
- Certificate in Registered Nursing.
Areas Of Interest
Law and Ethics for Nurses (Mental Wealth)
This module introduces you to the professional values that act in the best interests of people whilst collaboratively working in health and social care delivery. This will enable you to explore person centred care over the lifespan that promotes safe and compassionate practice, develop appropriate communication, personal and partnership working skills required to meet the needs of clients/ carers/ service users. You will have the opportunity to explore their experiences and knowledge and apply this to evidence-based practice.
This module is designed to run across the academic year alongside NS5015 'Clinical decision making in providing and evaluating care' This module covers the placement requirement for the Level 5 Nursing curriculum which allows you gain proficiency with the NMC’s seven platforms across all fields of nursing (Adult, Child, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities).