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Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Phone: 020 8417 5296
Location: Kingston Hill Campus
Neesha Oozageer Gunowa is a Senior Lecturer of Community Nursing in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at the Kingston University and St. George's, University of London.
After initial qualification as a registered nurse, Neesha moved into Community Nursing qualifying as a District Nurse.
Her career progressed within this field securing posts as a qualified District Nurse and Associate Matron with a large South London integrated Trust before commencing at Kingston University in 2014.
Neesha's interests are predominantly Community Nursing and has won along with her colleagues the Student Nursing Times Award-Teaching Innovation of the Year for setting up and running Community Nursing Simulation at Kingston University. Neesha also leads the diabetes workforce development programme at St. Georges, University of London.
Neesha is senior lecturer on both pre-registration and post-registration nursing courses, she draws on her extensive experience in District Nursing to teach both theoretical components and a breadth of clinical skills. She is a qualified Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber (V150) and shares this experience to support teaching within this area.
She is currently undertaking her PhD at Oxford Brookes University which is part of OxINMAHR (Reader in Complex Older Person Care) and the Oxford Pressure Ulcer Project. Her doctorate explores Pressure Injuries and people with Dark Skin Tones and her other research interests include community practice: community simulations; community nursing; district nursing; diabetes management in the community and patient safety.
Neesha is also a Queens' nurse and external examiner at Brighton University.
Community practice: community simulations; community nursing; district nursing; diabetes management in the community; pressure injury management and multidisciplinary working.
External Examiner - Brighton University (2015)
Reviewer for Primary Health Care (RCNi)