Beckie Dehavillande

Lecturer Practitioner

My background is Emergency Nursing and I have worked within this field since graduating in 2001 in a variety of roles including Emergency Nurse Practitioner. I was appointed as a Lecturer Practitioner on 2011.

The Lecturer Practitioner role is a joint position, and as such my time is divided between working as a senior nurse at the Emergency Department (ED) of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and Oxford Brookes University, where I work as a Lecturer. This joint appointment enables me to maintain my clinical competence and ensure that the academic delivery reflects current clinical practice.

I am subject co-ordinator for the Graduate Certificate in Minor Illness and Injury Management. I teach post-registration students on both this course and modules within the field of Critical and Specialist Care, specifically the Graduate Certificate in Emergency Nursing.

I have completed the short course in Emergency Nursing, the short course in Minor Injury and Illness Management and hold a MSc in Advanced Clinical Health Care Practice. My areas of interest are advanced nursing practice, minor injury and illness management, trauma and resuscitation.

Membership of Professional Bodies

I hold Nursing and Midwifery Council Registration as an Adult Nurse and an Independent Non-Medical Prescriber. In addition I am a member of the Royal College of Nursing.


My interests are founded in the field of Critical and Specialist Nursing, in particular clinical Emergency Care.

  • Course leader for: Graduate Certificate in Minor Illness and Injury Management
  • Module leader for: Assessing and Managing Minor Injuries, Enhancing Professional Judgement in Practice and Adult Emergency Practice
  • Module team for: Patient Assessment and Portfolio of evidence for graduate certificate in Minor Illness and Injury Management
Beckie Dehavillande