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Ms Sue Faulds RN, DipHE, BSc (Hons), MA(ed)

Lecturer, Advanced Clinical Practice and Expert Practice

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Sue Faulds is a Lecturer within Health Sciences, University of Southampton. Sue’s clinical background is as a registered nurse, primarily in critical care areas with a particular focus on patient assessment and decision making. Sue research interests concern simulated practice, patient assessment and the use of technology in both clinical practice and research.

Supporting healthcare professionals in developing their practice is fundamental to promoting safe and effective patient care.

Sue’s background is critical care nursing and this influences the teaching with both pre-registration and post-registration education.

Research interests

The use of technology in decision making related to patient care.

MPhil/PhD research

An exploration of healthcare professionals decision making when video is used as the method of viewing the patient.

  • Module lead for Health Sciences for Healthcare professional
  • Module lead for Recognising and responding to the deteriorating adult.
  • Module lead for Recognising and prioritizing care of the deteriorating patient
  • Module lead for Transition to Advanced Practice
  • Module lead for Advancing Critical Care Practice
  • Seminar lead for Foundations in Health Sciences.
  • Seminar lead for Research methods for evidence based practice.
  • Teacher on History Taking and Physical Assessment
Ms Sue Faulds
University of Southampton Health Sciences Building 67 Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 67/3037

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