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Michelle Carter

Course Leader for Supporting and Assessing Learning in Practice Settings

School of Health Sciences, Division of Nursing

Contact Information

Contact

Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Michelle has previously worked as a Senior Lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University and Kingston University & St Georges University, London. This followed a successful nursing career as a District Nursing Sister and as an Intermediate Care Nurse. Michelle has taught a range of subjects latterly with a focus on Public Health, Culture & Diversity in Healthcare, Professional Nursing and Management of Long term conditions.

Qualifications

MSc Medical Anthroplogy; BSc Community Nursing (District Nurse); PGCE; Nurse Prescriber; Diploma In Nursing (Adult); BA (Hons) Business Studies

Administrative roles/Clinical activity

Administrative roles

- Practice Advisory Board

Clinical Activity

- Michelle is currently a link lecturer for several care homes.

Memberships of professional bodies

- Higher Education Academy
- NMC
- RCN

Research

Research overview

Michelle has an MSc in Medical Anthropology and has a keen interest in culture, expressions of illness and how nurses cope with this. Michelle is currently undertaking her PhD exploring how Nurses from India adapt and learn to live and work in the UK.

Education

Modules taught on

- NM3272 Supporting and Assessing Learning in Practice Settings
- CHM001 Work Based Projects
- HS1012 Health Societies
- Mentor Updates
- Sign-off Mentor workshops

Other Activities

Event/Conference

  1. International Nursing Conference. Bodrum, Turkey (2013).
    Description: Presentation on the Concepts of Transcultural Nursing

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City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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