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60 seconds with mental health nursing lecturer Nutmeg Hallett 

Teaching students how to prevent violence and abuse in healthcare settings is a varied and rewarding role
Nutmeg Hallett

Teaching students how to prevent violence and abuse in healthcare settings is a varied and rewarding role, says mental health nursing lecturer Nutmeg Hallett

Nutmeg Hallett is a lecturer in mental health nursing at the University of Birmingham and has published research papers on violence in healthcare settings. She started her career as a staff nurse at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and qualified as a mental health nurse in 2009. In 2012 she undertook a PhD at St Andrew’s Healthcare and the University of Northampton, with a project exploring violence prevention in secure mental health hospital settings.

What are your main work responsibilities? Leading modules in mental health nursing and research methods within the university’s risk, abuse and violence research programme.

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