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60 seconds with nursing lecturer Katie Baxter

'Nursing can be hard, but the life skills and satisfaction you get back are priceless,' says nursing lecturer Katie Baxter
Katie Baxter

Katie Baxter is a lecturer in adult nursing at Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen and the US student nurse exchange coordinator for the university’s school of nursing and midwifery. After graduating from RGU in 2013, she worked in interventional radiology theatres and in a nursing home. Before taking up her current post in 2016, she worked as a community nurse for two years.

What are your main work responsibilities?

I am coordinator of the undergraduate stage 2 skills module and I am responsible for the development and delivery of several undergraduate modules. I also develop and deliver post-graduate continuing professional development (CPD) modules in wound care and interventional radiology and provide resuscitation training to nursing students and those studying social sciences.

How did you get your job?

I loved


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