Mr Prince Sunkwa-Mills

Prince Sunkwa-Mills SPQ-DN, BSc, MSc, MRes,

Senior Lecturer- SPQ-District Nursing

Key details

Prince Sunkwa-Mills

Senior Lecturer- SPQ-District Nursing

Prince Sunkwa-Mills joined the University of Greenwich in 2022 as a part-time Senior Lecturer on the SPQ District Nursing programme. He also works with NHS Digital as a Clinical Lead for the NHS Directory of Service and 111 Online.

Prince has a twenty-year nursing experience under his belt, sixteen of which has been with Community Nursing Services. He has accumulated extensive experience in staff training, professional development, and transformation projects within various Adult Community Nursing workforces.

He also served as Head of Healthcare Provision for HMIP ISIS, a young offenders’ unit, in 2013. In that tenure, he led the prison service to deliver excellent healthcare services to its service users as reflected in the 2013 reports of the Prison’s HMIP (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons) and the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC).

Prince has a reputation for advocating patient centred care, reflective and evidence-based practice, clinical governance and improving work processes. He is keen on promoting these skills and knowledge in his role as a senior lecturer on the SPQ-DN programme at the University.

He is also a passionate technology enthusiast with a particular interest in the application of artificial intelligence in healthcare provision.

Previous Roles

  • District Nurse Team Leader – East London Foundation Trust 2019-2022
  • Advance Nurse Practitioner -Bromley Healthcare 2016-2019
  • Nurse Consultant. – Oxleas NHS Trust 2015-2016
  • Head of Health Care HMP ISIS 2014-2015
  • Clinical Lead HMP Thameside 2011-2014
  • Community Matron -Homerton University Hospital 2009-2011

Research / Scholarly interests

Research Interest -Application of Artificial intelligence in health care delivery