Natalie Teal

Lecturer

Faculty of Health Sciences

School of Health and Social Work

n.teal@hull.ac.uk

01482 464560

Natalie is an experienced operating department practitioner who became a permanent member of the operating department practice team at University of Hull in 2015.

Previously a clinical practice educator, surgical first assistant and seconded and guest lecturer (since 2010), Natalie was involved in the development of the BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice programme.

This steered her to progress and lead the Advanced Practice in Context modules; which can be accessed by experienced registered perioperative practitioners.

Natalie also organises and participates in teaching regional anaesthesia clinical skills in local, national and international workshops (UK/Sri Lanka/Nepal/China/India).

Research

Research Interests

  • Perioperative practice

  • Advanced perioperative practice

  • Professional practice

  • Professional regulation

  • Regional anaesthesia techniques (nerve blocks)

  • Blended learning

Teaching

Programmes taught on

Modules list

BSc Operating Department Practice

Teaching on all modules and module lead on

  • Enhancing Intraoperative Intervention

  • Enhanced Intraoperative Practice

  • Enhancing Post-Operative/ Post-Anaesthetic Intervention

  • Enhanced Post-Operative/ Post-Anaesthetic Practice

  • Advanced Practice in Context (undergraduate)

  • Advanced Practice in Context (various practice based Level 6 modules for postgraduate students)

Mentorship in Professional Practice

  • Evidence Based Practice

  • Evidencing Personal Professional Development

Teaching awards and accolades

Currently completing Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PCAP) which includes Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy

Professional highlights

Academic qualifications

  • Registered Operating Department Practitioner since 2003

  • Mentorship Preparation Programme

  • BSc Health Professions Studies

  • MSc in Health Studies (pending)

External roles

Teaches regional anaesthesia workshops (UK and internationally)