Michelle held a number of senior nursing positions in a wide range of clinical specialities during her 31 year nursing career. This enabled her to acquire an extensive portfolio of knowledge skills and experience which she is now passing on as a lecturer in adult nursing. Since joining the University in 2015, she has based her teaching philosophy on an appreciation of the diversity of learning styles of students and the importance of facilitating a co-learning experience. Michelle has her own group of personal supervision students with whom she aims to be accessible, responsive, considerate, encouraging and open to change. Presented at numerous conferences locally, nationally and internationally, delivery included posters, oral presentations and workshops, with titles including - Demonstration of the Yorkshire and Humber SHA framework and web tool to quality assure clinical skills and simulation training - Introduction to an innovative clinical skills project team: Appointed to improve the quality of clinical skills and simulation training - How do you SEE quality (Safety Effectiveness Experience) - What is meant by ‘Compassionate Care' and how can trainers of health care professionals contribute to its development? - HYCSE response to the national Human Factors Concordat principles: HYCSE is committed are you?