Gillian Wilson

Mrs Gillian Wilson

Lecturer in Nursing

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Nursing

Qualifications

  • MSc

Summary

Gill qualified as a registered nurse in 1988 and enjoyed 24 years working in the NHS in a variety of nursing roles. She gained extensive clinical and managerial experience working in rheumatology, general medicine, care older people and elective orthopaedics. She worked as a Rheumatology Specialist Nurse at Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital for 10 years before joining the University of Hull in 2012 as a lecturer in nursing for long term conditions.

Undergraduate

Non-Medical Prescribing (level 6 & 7)

BSc/PG Dip Community Nursing (District), BSc Health Professional studies, MSc in Health Studies

• Supporting Adults with Long Term Conditions (Level 6 & 7) module leader

BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult)

• Skills for Practice (level 4)

• Caring for People with Long Term Health Conditions ( Level 5) module leader

• Individualisd Approaches to Health and Wellbeing (level 5),

• Managing Complexity in Adult Nursing Practice (Level 6),

• Safe and Competent Nursing (dissertation – level 6)

BSc (Hons) Nursing Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship Nursing Associate

• Key skills for practice (level 4)

• Medicines Management (level 4)

BSc Paramedic Science

• Foundations of Professional Practice (level 4)

Research interests

Gill has a keen interest in self-management and shared decision making in chronic illness. She is currently working on a part-time PhD exploring how rheumatology nurse specialists support people with rheumatoid arthritis when making treatment decisions.

Other

Non-medical prescribing (V300)

2004 - 2004