I am a Registered Dietitian at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. I have a degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics (BSc (Hons)). I am based at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (RHH) covering stroke rehabilitation and neurology. I was asked by my manager to work on the CLAHRC SY project. Prior to this my knowledge of the oral nutrition project was limited. I felt this was an exciting opportunity to help develop nutritional awareness and educate staff on the wards that I cover.
I am a Specialist Dietitian for Communicable Diseases at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. I have a particular interest in nutritional support.
I am a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU).
Iam a Registered Nurse working at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. As a busy and experienced Staff Nurse, I was interested in joining CLAHRC SY. I wanted to take part in research in order to make a difference in clinical practice, to improve patient care and enhance the patient experience
When I started my secondment in 2009 I was a Registered Nurse working as a Staff Nurse at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The opportunities the secondment gave me, has enabled me to change roles twice and develop my career significantly: I worked as a Research Associate, and am now a filmmaker specialising in health and social care. My interest in research and practice development started during my nurse training. After qualifying in 2005 I got involved in various projects and activities within the Trust, particularly the Evidence Based Council. It was through this forum that I became aware of CLAHRC SY and their objectives - and it wasn't long before I applied for the secondment to the Translating Knowledge into Action (TK2A) Theme.
I am a Registered Dietitian working at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The opportunity to contribute to the Enhancing the Quality of Oral Nutrition Support (EQONS) project complemented my full-term secondment to the NIHR MSc in Clinical Research. It also allowed me to contribute to implementing the MUST+ screening tool and Nursing Care Guidelines that I had been involved in developing.