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I have worked in higher education for over ten years and have been at LSBU as a senior lecturer in the adult nursing division since September 2021.
I teach across the nursing curriculums, and I am the lead link lecturer for Central London community Health NHS Trust where I support pre-registration learners in their community based clinical placements.
I am an Adult Registered Nurse with over 20 years' experience in the UK and Internationally and have worked within clinical, leadership and educational nursing roles.
My clinical expertise lies within emergency medicine, I continue to work clinically within northwest London.
I have studied at a variety of institutions and hold a Diploma in Applied Health studies (University of the West of England), BSc (Hons) in Nursing (Oxford Brookes University) and Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Buckinghamshire New University). I completed a Master of Science degree in patient safety and quality at Imperial College London where I conducted research around the impact of patient feedback given to nursing student learners in the clinical environment.
I am a regular contributor to nursing journals and have co-authored a number of book chapters in relation to Nursing Associates and Nursing Students.
I am passionate about diversity in nursing and I have an interest around why men chose nursing as a career. I have been involved in a number of events and conference presentations that recognise men's contribution to nursing.
I have held a number of external examiner appointments.
FdSc Nursing Associate (NMC 2018) (Apprenticeship)
Adult Nursing - PgDip/MSc
Adult Nursing - BSc (Hons)
Celebrating graduate registered nurses
Hoddinott, Phill (2022). Celebrating graduate registered nurses. British Journal of Nursing. 31 (16), pp. 864-864. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2022.31.16.864
I'm standing with women in nursing to #BreakTheBias
Hoddinott, Phill (2022). I'm standing with women in nursing to #BreakTheBias. British Journal of Nursing. 31 (4), pp. 188-188. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2022.31.4.188
What is a nurse?
Hoddinott, Phill (2021). What is a nurse? British Journal of Nursing. 30 (21), pp. 1224-1224. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2021.30.21.1224