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Mrs Elaine Skinn

Programme Director/ Module leader

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Health and Social Work

Summary

Elaine Skinn is the programme director for the BSc and MSc programmes in gastroenterology care at the University of Hull. She has 38 years of nursing experience including several years within endoscopy, gastroenterology and surgery. She is also a trained colonoscopist, still training and empowering others in practice with a wealth of knowledge and understanding within these areas of practice. Elaine's aim is to help students achieve their ambitions to become competent endoscopists and practitioners. She is committed to encouraging and engaging students to develop the skills needed to practice as autonomous practitioners.

Undergraduate

BSc (Hons) Gastroenterology - Theoretical Principles of GI Endoscopy - Gastrointestinal Disease - Investigation and Management of GI Disease - Practitioner-Led Clinics within Gastroenterology - Theoretical Principles of Conscious Sedation - Enhanced Practice Informed Learning MSc Gastroenterology Care - Theoretical Advanced Endoscopy - Driving Specialist Developments through Contract Learning - Investigation and Initial Management of GI Disease ii - Research and Literature Review Methods - Theoretical Principles of Conscious Sedation ii - Advanced Practice informed learning MSc Colonoscopy - The Practice of Colonoscopy - Driving Specialist Developments through Contract Learning - Research and Literature Review methods - Advanced decision making in practice - Theoretical Principals of Colonoscopy

Journal Article

Entonox is superior to intravenous sedation: proof from randomised controlled trial

Gardiner, A., Maslekar, S., Duthie, G., & Skinn, E. (2006). Entonox is superior to intravenous sedation: proof from randomised controlled trial

Non-medical colonoscopists are safe and effective: results from randomised controlled trial

Gardiner, A., Skinn, E., Maslekar, S., & Duthie, G. (2006). Non-medical colonoscopists are safe and effective: results from randomised controlled trial. Gut : journal of the British Society of Gastroenterology, 55, (A5 - A5). ISSN 0017-5749

Randomised controlled trial of sedation for colonoscopy: Entonox versus intravenous sedation

Maslekar, S. K., Hughes, M., Skinn, E., Gardiner, A., Culbert, B., & Duthie, G. S. (2006). Randomised controlled trial of sedation for colonoscopy: Entonox versus intravenous sedation. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 63(5), AB97. doi:10.1016/j.gie.2006.03.087