Mrs Paula Brockmann
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)
Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Specialist Community Public Health Nurse
Research Nurse Specialist
Registered Adult Nurse
Masters Level modules in Managing Clincal Trials and Facilitating Learning and Assessing Pracitce
After qualifying in 1999 I spent several years in critical care environments including Intensive Care, Coronary Care and Accident and Emergency. I then moved into the private sector as a Nurse Adviser in Chronic Disease Management as part of a pharmaceutical sponosred team of nurses in Primary Care. Following a geographical move I took my first research post working as a Research Nurse in Urogynaecology. Three years later I took on the role of Research Nurse Specialist, this involved the development of Research Nurse education within a large research active hospital in Plymouth. I am on the faculty of a nationwide course in research nursing skills and was instrumental in the development of the first degree level module in Research Nurse Practice. As part of this role I also became an NIHR ICH GCP facilitator for mandatory research governance training.
I completed my training as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse in 2014.
Member of Nursing and Midwifery Council
Public Health with a particular interest in health inequalities
Clinical Research with a particular interest in the history of research ethics