Staff Profiles: Sue Chilton

Sue Chilton

Staff Profile: Sue Chilton
Senior Lecturer in Health Studies

Sue Chilton

Sue Chilton

Senior Lecturer in Health Studies

Nursing

A love of people, how they tick and interact and their different responses to life’s challenges has always underpinned Sue's desire to influence care delivery through my teaching.

Biography

Sue Chilton is course leader for the BSc(Hons)/PGDip: Community and District Nursing Specialist Practice and NMC approved Practice Teacher programmes. She has a strong academic focus in terms of teaching and learning, publishing and research, well-established national networking links and credibility and an appreciation of the importance of healthy organisational cultures and risk-taking if new knowledge is to be sustainable and result in practice development.

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BNurs Bachelor of Nursing Degree (with Distinction) – including RN, DN and HV University of Manchester 1981
MSc Master of Science in Applications of Psychology University of Wolverhampton 1992
PGCE Post Graduate Certificate in Education University of Wolverhampton 1993
DNT District Nurse Tutor University of Wolverhampton 1993

Membership of professional bodies

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council

Member of the Royal College of Nursing

Member of the Association of District Nurse Educators

Teaching and research

Teaching

Importance of transformative learning – involving reflexivity and action learning related to issues/challenges in practice

Organisational factors influencing the degree of agency afforded to clinical nurse leaders to engage in practice development.

Level

Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Research

Concept of team working and collaborative practice in the community setting in relation to care outcomes in health and social care – challenges, opportunities and dilemmas

Sustainability of 'new knowledge, skills and values' in the form of practice development and inherent challenges

Caring for someone who has dementia – what is life like?

What do district nurses do?

Publications

External responsibilities

Engagement at a national level with key stakeholder organisations such as Queen's Nursing Institute, Health Education England, NHS England, Nursing and Midwifery Council, Association of District Nurse Educators and the Royal College of Nursing.

Subjects for media interviews

Issues relating to district and community nursing particularly relating to the required educational preparation.

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Professional positions

Professional publishing profile, having written for journals and books and held major editorial posts.

External examining

Sheffield Hallam University (2016–2020), Teesside University (2016–2020).