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Hazel Chapman

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Postgraduate tutor and senior lecturer in nursing, University of Chester

hazel chapman

hazel chapman

Dr Hazel Chapman became a registered nurse in the late 1980s, working as a children’s surgical nurse in Crewe and later as a learning disabilities nurse at Cranage Hall Hospital and an emergency nurse at Arrowe Park Hospital.

In between her years at these two sites, she was employed as a research nurse for the department of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Manchester.

She co-authored How to Write Well: A guide for students of health and social care and Reablement in Health and Social Care.

Hazel has written and contributed to many journal articles and presented at various conferences, such as the Royal College of Nursing International Nursing Research Conference.

She is a chartered member of the British Psychological Society and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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