Emma Innes

emma-innes

Senior Lecturer

Nursing

Contact Details

email: e.innes@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 542045

Qualifications

  • MSc Advanced Health and Social Care 
  • PG CERT Learning & Teaching in Higher Education
  • Fellow Higher Education Authority
  • PG CERT Health Care Leadership (Open) 
  • Mary Seacole Programme Award 
  • NHS Leadership- Leading Care II award 
  • Independent Non- Medical Prescriber (V300)
  • BSc Advanced Professional Practice 
  • ENB 998 Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice 
  • ENB 928 Nursing People with Diabetes Mellitus 
  • Registered General Nurse

Teaching & Research

Teaching

  • Diabetes
  • Advanced Clinical Practice
  • Independent & Supplementary Prescribing

Research areas

  • Diabetic Ketoacidosis
  • Patient Safety
  • Medicines management

Postgraduate studies 

  • MPhil/PhD student

Professional experience

My current role is a Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice joining the team full time in 2016 working primarily in the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice MSc, in addition to lecturing on diabetes in undergraduate programs in the School of Nursing & Midwifery. I am particularly interested in qualitative research and the application of evidence based practice across the curriculum.

Prior to my move into Higher Education I have a background of medical nursing specialising in diabetes management across healthcare settings. I have experience of implementing service improvements trust wide and across the local, regional and national health economy in in-patient diabetes management. Development of advanced nursing practice across Diabetes and Cardiology specialist nursing.

I have worked for both the West Midlands Strategic Health Authority to support the Implementation of Think Glucose across West Midlands Acute Trusts, and nationally for the NHS Institute of Innovation and Improvement as a facilitator for Think Glucose implementation.

Honorary DSN – Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Publications

Ferreira, C.L. and Innes, E., (2018) ‘Encouraging treatment concordance in type 2 diabetes.’ Nurse Prescribing16(11), pp.550-555.

Bhardwaj, V.R., Metcalfe, N., Innes, E., Harrison, E. and Jenkins, D., (2006) ‘Recurrent diabetic ketoacidosis after changing pen devices for insulin injection.’ BMJ332(7552), p.1259.

External Responsibilities

  • CHAIN Diabetes co-facilitator

  • Member of Worcestershire Diabetes Network Board