Patricia Evans RGN, BSc Hons, MSc

Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing

Patricia Evans is a Senior Lecturer of Adult Nursing in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Greenwich.

Patricia trained as a Registered General Nurse in Dublin in the Eighties. She took further education and training at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, subsequently working there as a Specialist Ophthalmic Nurse then as Lecturer Practitioner developing and delivering ophthalmic courses at undergraduate and Master's degree level. She is a Registered Lecturer/Practice Educator with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

She joined the University of Greenwich in 2010 as Senior Lecturer for a range of courses and programmes with a key focus on clinical skills provision. She has a special interest in resuscitation, moving and handling and intravenous cannulation/phlebotomy skills.

Patricia has a breadth of experience in developing and delivering bespoke skills provision and on-site courses for the NHS and other external partners.

Posts held previously:

  • 2004-10, Lecturer/Practitioner, Ophthalmic Nursing at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHSFT and City University
  • 2000-04, Lecturer/Practitioner, Ophthalmic Nursing at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Trust and Thames Valley University
  • 1997-2000, HelpLine Project Manager at Moorfields Eye Hospital
  • 1994-97, Ward Sister at Moorfields Eye Hospital
  • 1989-94, Staff Nurse at Moorfields Eye Hospital
  • 1988-89, ENB course member at Moorfields Eye Hospital
  • 1987-88, Staff Nurse at Our Lady's Hospice, Dublin
  • 1987, Staff Nurse at St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin

Responsibilities within the university

  • Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing, Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science

Research / Scholarly interests

Patricia has a particular interest in skills acquisition and development, ophthalmic practice, and long-term conditions.