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Angie Campbell

Angie Campbell RGN, RSCN, RHV, BA Hons, PGDip, MA

Angie Campbell

Senior Lecturer

Department of Family Care & Mental Health

Faculty of Education & Health

Angie Campbell is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Family Care & Mental Health at the University of Greenwich.

Angie qualified as a Registered General Nurse/Registered Sick Children's Nurse at Great Ormond Street Hospital and subsequently specialised in Paediatric Intensive Care Nursing. She then became a Paediatric Night Sister at the Evelina Children's Hospital (based at Guy's Hospital), a role that had overall management of the department at night.

After qualifying as a Health Visitor (HV), Angie took many roles within the HV service including that of operational manager and practice educator. She completed an MA degree in child studies at King's College in 2012, her dissertation on childhood obesity as a safeguarding issue.

An interest in safeguarding children developed into a research and development post with the university's Safeguarding Children Board and is a Named Nurse for safeguarding children, performing clinical nursing roles as a Safeguarding Children Advisor.

Angie joined the university in 2014, as senior lecturer across health visiting/school nursing, child branch paramedic, and safeguarding programmes. She is course leader on the Health Visitor/School Nursing Safeguarding Children course and the MSc Safeguarding Children core module, Concepts for Practice. Angie also teaches on child development, health visiting practice, safeguarding supervision and facilitates specialist and bespoke safeguarding children courses commissioned by external agencies.

Angie is currently completing her PGCert Higher Education and hopes to undertake doctoral studies in the future, researching the area of child maltreatment in the context of faith and belief.

Posts held previously:

  • 2012-14, Safeguarding Children Advisor, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
  • 2009-12, Named Nurse for Safeguarding Children, South London Healthcare Trust
  • 2008-09, Research, Development and Training Officer, Greenwich Safeguarding Children Board
  • 2005-08, Practice Educator/Team Leader Health Visiting/NVQ Assessor, Greenwich PCT
  • 1999-2005, Team Leader/Operational Lead for Health Visiting, Greenwich PCT
  • 1996-99, Health Visitor Greenwich PCT, NVQ Assessor for Adult and Child Care programmes
  • 1995-96, Community Children's Nurse-children with complex needs, Greenwich PCT
  • 1990-95, Health Visitor, Greenwich/Lambeth/Wandsworth
  • 1989-90, Paediatric Night Sister – Evelina children's Hospital (Guy's Hospital)
  • 1988-89, ENB 405 Specialist and Intensive care of the Newborn Student and Staff Nurse, St Mary's Hospital Paddington 
  • 1986-87, Staff Nurse, Paediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, Great Ormond Street Hospital 
  • 1982-86, Student Nurse, Great Ormond Street School of Nursing
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of Family Care & Mental Health
  • Lecturer on health visiting/school nursing; child branch paramedic and safeguarding programmes
  • Course leader on MSc degree safeguarding children core module: Concepts for Practice
  • Research & Development on the Safeguarding Children Board
  • Member of Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Member of Institute of Health Visiting (IHV)
  • Member of British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (BASPCAN)

Angie's main research interests focus on safeguarding children in the context of faith and belief, and childhood obesity as a safeguarding issue.

Campbell, A. (2013). All the M's: An exploration of the MASH / MARAC / MAPPA / MASE. Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Safeguarding Conference.

Campbell, A. (2011). Safeguarding Babies: Protecting the baby who presents with faltering growth. GSCB Annual Conference. 

Campbell, A. (2011). Dental Neglect: A Safeguarding Issue? Essex Dental Association Conference.

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