Angela Nunn

Clinical Skills & Simulation Tutor

Faculty:Faculty of Medical Science

Department:School of Medicine

Location: Chelmsford

Angela has been a cardiac intensive care nursing sister for fifteen years and a clinical site manager for three years.

Angela provides expert training in the provision of clinical skills, simulation, patient safety and human factors training to medical students, nurses, foundation year doctors, trainee anaesthetists, core medical trainees, GP trainees, multi-professional groups and school students. Angela is also involved in the provision of faculty development and supervision training. Angela also delivers focused faculty and simulation facilities development in the UK.

Teaching

  • Acute Care Skills for Nurses
  • ANTS
  • B-TASK
  • CT1 Anaesthetic Course
  • Core Medical Training Simulation
  • Focus
  • Foundation Year 1
  • Foundation Year 2
  • Intensive Care Crisis Resource Management for Nurses
  • Inter-Professional Supervision
  • Management of the Acutely Ill Paediatric Patient
  • Maternal Critical Care Course
  • Medical Students Year 5: Acute Care
  • Med Sim (2015)
  • NOTTS – Human Factors for Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Obstetric Anaesthetic Simulation Training
  • One Lung Ventilation
  • Paediatric Advanced Trauma Team Training
  • Paediatric Refresher Simulation Training
  • PREP
  • START
  • Systematic Care for Assistant Nurses (2009)
  • Train the Trainer
  • Trauma MSc
  • Trauma Team Leaders
  • Undergraduate Clinical Skills Training
  • 14-19 – NHS Hands on experience for 14-19 year old school students
  • Human Factors session for Care of the Unwell Woman MSc (ARU)

Qualifications

  • MA (Clinical Education), Institute of Education, London University, 2011. 
  • BSc Health Studies & Social Biology (Hons), 2:1, Roehampton Institute of Higher Education, Surrey University, 1997.
  • Registered General Nurse (Level 1), 1982-1986, (PIN: 82J1117E), Nottingham School of Nursing, Queen’s Medical Centre.

Memberships, editorial boards

Advisory consultant for Sandwell & Dudley (West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust) simulation centre, including design & delivery of bespoke faculty development.

Delivery of bespoke faculty development courses for East Kent & Canterbury NHS Trust (2012), East London Healthcare NHS Trust (2013), Sandwell & Dudley Hospitals NHS Trust (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016), Wolverhampton NHS Trust (2011, 2012).

Development of Focused Faulty Development package for Sandwell & Dudley simulation centre (2015).

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Honorary Lecture in Simulation, Barts & the London School of Medicine & Dentistry, QMUL.

Selected recent publications

“Almost the Real Thing”, (2004), Nunn A, Nursing Management, Vol 11 (7), 2004, P14-18.

Poster Presentation: “Using High Fidelity Simulation to Support the NHSU Junior Scholarship Initiative to Introduce Health Care Careers to 14-19 School Students”, (2005), Smith TS, Nunn A, Dancey M, Sadler CL & Curran, NAMS conference, 2005.

“Simulation Training in Acute Clinical Competencies for Newly Qualified Doctors”, (2006), Heard S, Aitken M, Dickson R, Gainey B, Gosling N, Haire K, Kulkhani M, Lacey O, Macanulty G, Nunn A, Russell K & Sadler C, Ottowa Conference for Medical Education, New York, 2006.

“Foundation Year 1 Training: The Collaborative Approach”, (2006), Dickson, R, Gosling N, Lacey O & Nunn A, NAMS Conference, RCOA, London, 2006. 

“Scenario Design: Theory to Delivery”, (2008), Holland C, Sadler C & Nunn A, Chapter 12, Manual of Simulation in Health Care, Riley (Ed), OUP, 2008, IBSN 978-0-19-920585-1 (Winner of the BMA award in the Basis of Medicine category, 2009).

“Simulation Training for Foundation Year 2 Doctors”, (2011), Nunn A, South Thames Foundation School-KSS Deanery Education Conference, Oct 2011.

“Simulation Quality & Development”, (2012), Gisvold AG, Gosling N, Nunn A, O’Neill JA, Parry MG, Quy S & Rawding O, KSS Deanery