Mrs Esther Scarlett
Title: Clinical Education and Training Director
Role: Direct educational programmes that provides and promote professional excellence for all employees by developing and implementing evaluation system to monitor the quality of training delivery.
Experience: A registered Nurse with 16 years clinical experience. I worked as a Staff Nurse but was soon promoted to the role of a Junior Ward Sister and Practice Development Lead Nurse; After a year, I assumed the role of a Senior Ward and Education Sister. I then went on to work as Programme and Course Tutor/Associate Lecturer for the Open University for 6 years. I branched out into the private sector and worked as a Medical Assessment Centre Manager managing two medical centres and while my primary role involved carrying out management duties, I also spent time teaching, coaching and mentoring Nurses and Allied Health professionals. I also worked as a Primary care manager for a Category A, Her Majesty Prison Service where I was responsible for the Health and Wellbeing of 500 inmates but also engaged in Nurse education and run Nurse led clinics.
Throughout my Nursing career I have had the privilege of working with a range of people with varied presenting conditions; physical, mental health, learning Disability to include enduring long-term conditions. I was responsible and accountable for matters related to clinical practice, staff development, nurse administration, research affecting the delivery of patient/client care in the hospital, medical centre and Her Majesty Prison and Nursing education.
Qualifications: University of Hertfordshire, BA (Hons); University of Northampton, Adult Nursing (RGN); The Open University, Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, Level 7 (RN Teacher).
Interests: I spend my spare time going for long walks, weather permitting to reflect on my day. I enjoy cooking and listening to music which is a passion of mine.