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Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Phone: 07789 270816
Location: Kingston Hill campus
Anne's clinical background is in adult nursing, initially based in community nursing with a subsequent move into intermediate care.
Prior to joining Kingston & St George's she worked with people with learning disabilities within an educational setting where she helped to set up, develop and improve an integrated nursing service.
Anne's professional interests lie in assessing and meeting the physical health needs of people with complex requirements. Additionally she has a keen interest in the mental health needs of people with a learning disability and gained an MSc in Mental Health in Learning Disabilities in 2009. As part of her MSc Anne examined the quality of life and met / unmet needs for service users supported within their local area and compared results with services users supported out of borough.
She currently leads the modules 'Therapeutic Pharmacology in Learning Disability Nursing' and 'Complexities of Service Provision in Learning Disability Nursing', as well as teaching on a number of additional modules on the BSc (Hons) Nursing programme. She also leads on clinical skills for learning disabilities nursing programmes.
Service users' perspectives on delivery of a session on health bites; personal experiences for pre-registration nurses; behavioural phenotypes: a social perspective.
LIDNAN working group: Promoting a competency framework to strengthen learning disability education for all student nurses.
Richardson, Sally, Ambridge, Anne and Harper, Lynette
Can manikin simulation meet students learning needs for the assessment of the deteriorating learning disability client?
In: 7th International Clinical Skills Conference;
21-24 May 2017, Prato, Italy.