Dr Anabel Simpson

Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery , Oncology

Anabel Simpson's areas of expertise are haematology and oncology nursing and biomedical science / biotechnology.

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Background

Anabel Simpson is a registered nurse (RGN) in adult nursing. She worked mainly in oncology and haematology throughout her clinical career, and through this was involved in phase 1 and 2 clinical trials, and epidemiological studies. She also worked at HSHS as a clinical placement co-ordinator and in Health Education England (HEE formerly SHA) as a Practice Education Facilitator. To broaden her horizons she did a degree in biomedical sciences where she achieved a first class honours, and a PhD in biotechnology. Both of these were achieved at Anglia Ruskin University. Currently she is working in a seconded role at ARU from HEE and thoroughly enjoying the experience.

Research interests

I was involved in research into stem cell technology, clinical trials in oncology and also in mentorship, though have never published.

Teaching

Anabel is teaching pre-registration BSc nursing courses, currently personal tutor to two tutor groups. She is also link tutor to Papworth Hospital, and working as module tutor for module 4 ‘Promoting Health and Wellbeing’. She likes to teach biology, anatomy and physiology, and biomedical sciences.

Qualifications

RGN

PG Cert Ed

NMC Teacher

BSc Biomedical Sciences (1st class)

PhD biotechnology

Diploma in massage