Daryl Evans is a principal lecturer in the subjects of health promotion and nursing. She is progamme leader for the BSc Health Promotion (Top-up) which is a multi-professional level 6 programme from which students have been successful in either gaining employment as health promotion specialistsor in enhancing their existing professional practice.
Daryl also teaches health promotion and professional issues in a range of programmes within the school,and contributes to the nursing programmes at all levels.
Middlesex is part of the England Healthy University network and Daryl is part of the multi-disciplinary group which coordinates this initiative. The group arranges health events through the year and contributes to healthy policy setting by the university.
Evans,D (2010) Health Education and Health Promotion in C.Cox & M.Hill (Eds) Professional Issues in Primary Care London: Wiley-Blackwell.
Evans,D, Coutsaftiki,D & Fathers,C.P. (2012) Health promotion and Public Health for Nursing Students. Exeter: Learning Matters/Sage.
MA Institute of Education, University of London
BSc(Hons) Social Science, City University, London
RN, St. Bartholomew's Hospital School of Nursing, London
DipNEd, RNT Royal College of Nursing, London
FHEA. Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Health Promotion generally.
Health Promotion, Nursing, Patient Education, Health Fairs, Writing skills.
Curriculum/subject area: Primary Health Care
Current work including administrative and professional duties/roles etc
- Programme Leader, BSc Health Promotion (Top-up)
- Member of the University Wellbeing Group (Healthy University initiative)
- University Link Tutor to Society of Orthopaedic Medicine, MSc programme
- Royal College of Nursing
- Amnesty International UK, Health Professionals Network
- UK Health For All Network
- Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
- Higher Education Academy
- UK Public Health Association
- International Union of Health Promotion and Education
Links with partner/business orgs etc:
Member of Enfield Health Improvement Partnership
Link to Barnet Health Improvement Service