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Miss Rhona Williams

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Rhona Williams

Lecturer/ Member of Athena SWAN for the Faculty of Health Sciences

Biography Rhona worked as a midwife and a neonatal nurse for many years, eventually specialising as an advanced neonatal nurse practitioner before her appointment at the University of Hull.

She has led a range of pre- and post-registration educational provision, and currently teaches on the pre-registration midwifery and nursing programmes. Her main interest is in neonatal nursing practice.
Teaching and Learning BSc Midwifery

- The Neonate 1

Postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery

- The Neonate 2

- BSc Health Professional Studies & MSc Health Studies

- Examination of the Newborn (Theory)

- Examination of the Newborn (Practice)

BSc Nursing (all)

- Essence of Professional Practice

- Skills for Practice

BSc Nursing (Child)

- Foundations in Children's Nursing

- Acute Health Care Needs of the Child

- Meeting the Longer Term Health Care Needs of the Child

- Complexity in Clinical Practice (Child)