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Every role will have its rewards and challenges and provide vital learning opportunities, says adult nursing lecturer Winifred Oluchukwu Eboh.
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Every role will have its rewards and challenges and provide vital learning opportunities, says adult nursing lecturer Winifred Oluchukwu Eboh

Winifred Oluchukwu Eboh qualified as a registered general nurse in 1984 and as a midwife 18 months later. After three years working in midwifery she then spent eight years as a sickle cell and thalassaemia nurse counsellor before taking up a post as a specialist haemoglobinopathy nurse, caring mainly for patients with sickle cell disease. She moved into higher education 17 years ago, completing a PhD in public health in 2004, and is now lecturer in adult nursing at the University of Essex.

What are your main work responsibilities?

Teaching the BSc (Hons) and Master’s undergraduate programmes and working with clinical partners to ensure students are supported

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