Sheiba Devadoss

Lecturer in Acute and Critical Care Nursing

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Department:School of Nursing & Midwifery

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery

A senior Registered Nurse with experience 12 years’ experience in critical care and recently appointed as lecturer in Nursing.


Sheiba has had a varied career. Clinical experience in the UK includes working as a senior staff nurse in a busy surgical high dependency unit. Has international experience of working as a surgical nurse in India, and also served as ward sister. Teaching experience in India includes teaching, degree and post graduate nursing students, serving as inspector in various committees at state and national level.          

Areas of research supervision

B.Sc. Hons nursing programme


One year teaching pre and post registration students in the UK. Areas of expertise includes biosciences, pre and post-operative management, head injuries, Acute and chronic renal failure, respiratory assessment and management, heart and liver failure.

Personal tutor: Pre-registration nursing students


  • B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing (generic x 4 years)- Delhi University, India
  • Master’s in Medical and Surgical Nursing- Delhi University, India
  • M.Phil. Nursing – Manipal Academy of Higher Education institution
  • PG Cert in Medical and Health Care Education – Anglia Ruskin University

Additional post-qualification education

  • Adaptation Programme – University College Worcester
  • Teaching and assessing in clinical practice – Worcester University
  • Care of the acutely ill Adult – Worcester University
  • Designing Health Care Research- The Open University
  • Conducting Health Care Research – The Open University


Memberships, editorial boards

RCN member