Nicole Jeannine Blythe
School of Health and Society
Clinical Educator Nursing Associate Degree Apprenticeship
Nicole began her nursing career in 1989 in Erlenbach am Main, Germany. She under-took three years student nurse training at the ‘Krankenpflegeschule St. Hildegard’ before becoming a Staff Nurse then Deputy Ward Manger on a Neurology/Neurosurgical unit in a large district general hospital in Aschaffenburg, Germany. Nicole moved to England in 1997 working mainly in the Greater Manchester area as a Staff Nurse and Sister in Haematology, Acute Stroke Services, Cardiology and Cardiac Catheterisation. She completed her BSc (Hons) at the University of Manchester in 2010. Her areas of interest are staff and student education, pressure ulcer prevention and tissue viability. In 2017 Nicole started her full-time educational career as a Clinical Educator for the Nursing Associate pilot programme. She joined the University of Salford 2018 where she continues to work as a Clinical Educator on the Nursing Associate Degree Apprenticeship.
- Exploring Specific Health Issues (Long-Term Conditions)
- RGN BSc (Hons) Cert Nurse (Germany)