I currently teach across a range of programmes and modules including BSc Nursing, Physical Assessment and several Continuing Professional Development Programmes.
I am the Programme leader for the Dip HE (Assistant Practitioner) programme and I feel strongly that all staff working as Health Care Assistants should have development opportunities.
I am involved in delivering teaching to pre-registration and post registration nurses with a special interest in Drug Calculations. I also contribute to a range of bespoke training packages for NHS partners.
My main teaching interests include adult nursing, primary care and Diabetes.
Nursing and Midwifery Council
Royal College of Nursing
Higher Education Academy Fellow
Clinical Link Lecturer: Camden and Islington PHC
Research Outputs & Interests
My research interests are primarily focussed on how to best facilitate and develop the learning of Healthcare support staff in the practice setting with a view to widening participation and wider workforce development.
Traynor, Michael and Nissen, Nina and Lincoln, Carol and Buus, Niels (2015) Occupational closure in nursing work reconsidered: UK health care support workers and assistant practitioners: a focus group study. Social Science and Medicine , 136-7 . pp. 81-88. ISSN 0277-9536