Bernadette Evans

Name
Bernadette Evans
Position
Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Email
b.evans@bangor.ac.uk
Phone
01248 383125
Location
Fron Heulog

Current Position:

Lecturer in Adult Nursing & Programme Lead for Adult Nursing (from 1st July).

My main areas of clinical and teaching interests are within Care of the Elderly, Clinical Skills/Simulation, Human Factors and Palliative Care

Professional Bodies

  • Nursing & Midwifery Council
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Previous University Experience:

Glyndwr University from 2003-2014 teaching on the pre-registration nursing programme as well as being the Programme Leader for the Diploma/Certificate of Higher Education in Health & Care Studies, an educational pathway for Health Care Support Workers. Before moving into Higher Education I worked within the local NHS Trust in a variety of clinical settings - medical, rehabilitation and community.

Other External Positions held:

External Examiner for the University of Suffolk FdA Health Care Practice Pathways (Acute Care, Dementia Care, End of Life & Long Term Care)

Educational Background:

Academic Qualifications

Award

Institution

Year

Diploma in Professional Practice

BSc (Hons) Health Studies with a
Specialist Practice Award in Gerontology Nursing

Post-Graduate Certificate in
Teaching in Higher Education

 

MSc Professional Education with Distinction

University of Wales, Bangor
 

University of Wales, Bangor

 

University of Wales, Bangor

 

 

Glyndŵr University

1998

 

2002

 

 

2006

 

 

2012

Professional Qualifications

Award

Professional Body

Year

Registered General Nurse
 (Level 1)

Specialist Practitioner -  Adult Nursing

Lecturer/Practice Educator

Nursing Midwifery Council
(Previously UKCC)
 
Nursing Midwifery Council

Nursing Midwifery Council
 

1991

 

2002

2006

Research Bids/Project Submissions

Project

Funding Body 

Amount (£)

Year

I was the lead researcher for the evaluation of a “Care Pathway for Frail Older People” which was a 6 month funded research project for the Welsh Assembly Government, in partnership with Local NHS University Health Board & Wrexham Social Services. The data generated formed the basis for my Masters Dissertation submission.

Welsh Assembly  Government

£10,500
MSc  Student Bursary

2009-2010

Why Bangor?

‘I came to Bangor University to take up the position of a Lecturer in Adult Nursing, however  I have always had an affiliation with the University through my own previous experience of being a student here, completing my Diploma in Professional Practice, BSc (Hons) Health Studies and my Post-Graduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education. Therefore being given the opportunity to join the School of Health Care Sciences as a member of staff to work with such an inspiring team who have helped nurture and shape my career pathway,  has to date been the pinnacle of my career and I feel very privilege to be here’.