I have been an Adult Nurse for over 30 years. I trained at the Royal London Hospital and stayed there to work in coronary care and then intensive care where I did my specialist intensive care training and qualifications.
After moving to Kent I worked as a staff nurse in intensive care working my way up to senior sister. I was the founder member of the critical care outreach team at Maidstone Hospital where I stayed until I moved to the School of Nursing in CCCU.
My interests remain centred around the clinical sciences and critical and acute care.
Teaching and subject expertise
My teaching expertise is in the clinical sciences. I particularly enjoy teaching those who are new to the subject, and have an interest in developing blended learning materials.
I also have expertise in teaching and facilitating in the field of critical and acute care.
Publications and research outputs
King,D. Price,A. ( 2008) Measuring cardiac output using the PiCCO system. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing 2008; 3 (11): 512-519
King, D. (2016) ‘Oxygen Therapy’ In: Price, A.M.; Smith, S.A.; Challiner, A. (Eds) Ward Based Critical Care: A guide for health professionals. 2nd Edition. Cumbria: M&K publishing ISBN 9781905539925 pp87-94