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Miss Jasmine Snowden

Miss Jasmine Snowden

Senior Teaching Fellow in MHN

Research interests

  • Reducing restrictive practices in mental health inpatient services. 
  • Understanding student experiences on placement. 
  • The use of simualtion in student nurses learning experience.

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Address: B67, West Highfield Campus, University Road, SO17 1BJ


Jasmine is a Senior Teaching Fellow and the Masters of Nursing Programme Lead.  Her research interests are around the quality and safety of mental health care, incorporating quantitative methodologies and understand the student experience on a nursing course. She is a registered adult and mental health nurse and holds an MRes.

Jasmine's education combines long-term conditions, recovery techniques, risk assessment, research methods, lived experience, positive risk-taking in mental and physical health, high-fidelity simulation to provide rounded and help students to understand the mind and body connection in nursing care.

Jasmine is currently working on writing a case study with the Nursing and Midwifery Council  about the experience of a dual-field child and mental health student in Child and Adolscent Mental Health Services.

Jasmine is also a peer reviewer for the Journal of Clinical Nursing.

Alongside this, she has experience in a variety of operational and strategic clinical roles, specialising in child and adolescent mental health community care, trauma-informed care and eating disorders in people of all ages.

Jasmine took on the role as the Masters of Nursing Programme Lead in May 2023. 

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