John Morgan is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Simulation and Skills. John began his clinical career in the field of Acute Medical Care, he then specialised in Vascular Access as a Clinical Nurse Specialist where he was responsible for developing nurse led services within large acute NHS trusts in the North West. As a Clinical Nurse Specialist, John was involved in cross speciality working in the clinical fields of Medicine, Surgery, Oncology, Gastroenterology, Nutrition and Dietetics as well as Infection Prevention and Control. John continues to undertake clinical work in both acute an community nursing settings.
Johns’ research interests relate to the use of Clinical Simulation and Skills and how these modalities can be maximised to enhance and support teaching, learning and assessment within professional academic programmes, with a particular focus on psychological fidelity in clinical simulation.
John has held academic positions in Northwest Universities Since 2011. Johns’ teaching interests lie within acute medical care, clinical skills and simulation based education as well as promoting the use of technology to enhance teaching, learning and assessment. John has held a departmental lead roles in simulation based education and led on the development and implementation of clinical reasoning simulation within Nursing Programmes.
John has experience in curriculum development and co-developed the MSCi Nurse Paramedic Programme at Edge Hill University.
John is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy