Mark Hughes teaches on the undergraduate nursing programme (B700), and is also the Admissions Tutor for the programme. He teaches on the following modules: Community Care
Mark is the module leader for the BNurs modules of Public Health and Long-term conditions, where students have supported clinical placements in community and hospital settings, which involves supporting these students, and liaising with Clinical Mentors and Practice Placement Managers.
Mark teaches on the joint nursing/physiotherapy module of Developing as a Health Professional, the Healthy Child (Child field), and post-graduate Masters in Advanced Practice, and clinical skills. He is also involved in the delivery of the Non-medical prescribing course.
Mark has responsibility for personal tutees and dissertation supervisees and has substantial liaison with the Employability team. Other responsibilities include The Overseas Elective experience, where student nurses can elect to go abroad or stay in the UK for a placement, providing an exciting opportunity offering enhanced experience for students in improving confidence, cultural awareness and clinical skills.
Mark held the Admissions Tutor role from April 2008 to September 2013 for the Bachelor of Nursing degree, and organised Open Days, outreach activity and contributed to marketing strategy for the school, the College and the University.
He is now the academic lead for the Public Engagement in Nursing group, who meet five times a year, to consult with service users about different aspects of the course and student recruitment.
Previously, he was a reviewer for the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and is now an external examiner for the University of East Anglia, and the accredited Guernsey Health Board.