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Research Profile

Mrs Clare

Senior Lecturer in Practice Development - Nursing

Faculty of Health, Education and Society

  • Clare Bramer qualified as an Enrolled Nurse in 1998 and then converted and qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1992.  She completed her Diploma in Professional Studies in Clinical Nursing whilst studying at Brunel University in 1995.  Following many years working as a community nurse she then continued her studies at the University of Northampton and obtained a First Class Honours degree in Specialist Practice (Community Nursing) in 2011.  Clare qualified as a Nurse Independent and Supplementary Prescriber in 2013 at Masters Level and then successfully completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Practice Education in 2015.

    She started working at the University of Northampton in April 2015 as a Practice Development Lecturer within the field of adult nursing and is part of the adult team in the School of Health.

  • Teaching on:

    • BSc Adult Nursing course
    • Nurse Independent and Supplementary Prescribing Course
    • Return to Practice
    • Overseas nursing programmes
    • Postgraduate Diploma in Practice (District Nursing)
  • Clare is currently working on a community education provider network project to provide placement learning opportunities within practice nursing for pre-registration nursing students.

    She is currently supervising a student who is completing a practice improvement project.