Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care
School:School of Nursing and Midwifery
James is a lecturer in Adult Nursing at ARU and is a registered nurse with a background in Renal Care
James is a registered nurse, with a clinical background in Renal Medicine and Chronic Dialysis Care. He has experience of education co-ordination and practice development, where he acted as a link tutor for ARU on the Care of the Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease CPD module.
James has a passion for teaching and is keen to demonstrate this in the skills lab and classroom. James is about to undertake his MSc in Health and Healthcare Education.
James has also had many years of experience working on clinical trials and CTIMPs focusing on Renal Care. Although his academic research interest would like to focus on the experience of patients with long term conditions. He is keen to introduce students to clinical and academic research. Also, since joining the team new horizons have opened up including simulated and virtual learning.
James is teaches in pre-reg courses, from Adult Nursing to nursing apprenticeships.
- Diploma in Adult Nursing, Anglia Ruskin University
- BSc Health with Community Studies, University of Huddersfield
Memberships, editorial boards
- NMC – Nursing & Midwifery Council
- RCN – Royal College of Nursing
James worked with the NKF on some short films about the benefits of home dialysis: Home Dialysis Films | National Kidney Federation