Teresa Shaw

Teresa Shaw

Senior Lecturer in Nursing, Clinical Skills and Simulation

Department of Pre-Registration Nursing

Contact Details

email: t.shaw@worc.ac.uk

Teresa is enthusiastic about sharing knowledge and helping others to develop their sphere of learning in her role as a Senior Lecturer in Nursing. Since qualifying in 1994, Teresa’s clinical experiences have been working in Intensive Therapy Units, Critical Care settings and Respiratory Care. In later years Teresa has been more involved in an educational nursing manager role facilitating the student experience in clinical practice. Teresa joined a Higher Education Institution in 2017, where she contributed to the delivery of the curriculum for the Nurse Associate as a pilot site.

In August 2022 Teresa joined the University of Worcester teaching on the BSc Pre-Registration Nursing degree programme.


Diploma in Higher Education

BSc (Hons) Respiratory Care

MSc in Advancing Practice

PGCE in Health and Social Care

Registered Nurse 

Teaching Interests

Teresa teaches on the BSc Nursing Degree - Year 1 Modules: NURS 1003, NURS 1004

These modules combine to make the yearlong Practice module.

Teresa enjoys delivering an interactive shared learning experience, specifically regarding communication, human factors, clinical skills, anatomy and physiology.

Research Interests

Teresa’s research interests relate to her present study on the Professional Doctorate in Health and Wellbeing. Her thesis will be exploring and investigating if Nurse Associates experience feeling valued as the newest member of the Nursing Workforce.

Topics of interest:

Student Nurses and Belongingness

Team Dynamics and Communication Skills

Significance of signs ad symbols in working relationships

Professional Bodies

Senior Fellow of Advanced Higher Education

Nursing and Midwifery Council Registrant

Royal College of Nursing

Recent Publications

Winnie Kutsime Chigwedere, Amy Darby, Laura Williams, Ann Spooner,Teresa Shaw(2021)

Nursing Associate Apprentices' experiences of caring on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic .

British Journal of Child Health .Vol. 2, No. 5.

Published Online:9 Dec 2021https://doi.org/10.12968/chhe.2021.2.5.224.