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Introducing your educators

In this step, we introduce the educators who will be guiding you over the duration of this Future Learn course on recording an ECG.
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Lead Educator – Jo Gregory

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Your lead educator for the course will be Jo Gregory. Jo is an Associate Professor for Undergraduate Workforce Development in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Kingston University and St George’s, University of London. She is a Registered Nurse with experience in teaching cardiac care to Healthcare Providers.

To see Jo’s comments in your activity feed, click the ‘Follow’ button in her profile. This will make it easier for you to find comments she has made in response to questions from your fellow learners.

Educator – Jasmine Burnett

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Jasmine Burnett is a Clinical Simulation Specialist working at the St George’s Advanced Patient Simulation and Skills Centre “GAPS”, in Southwest London.

She is a registered nurse and specialised in cardiothoracic nursing, before working as a Practice Educator. Her current team role utilises her clinical background to design and deliver technology-enhanced interprofessional learning for all grades of staff.

Educator – Sophie Newcombe

Sophie Newcombe is a senior lecturer in simulated learning and clinical skills in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Kingston University & St. George’s University of London. She is a registered nurse and specialised in ED nursing before joining the faculty.

The educators won’t be able to join the discussions themselves or respond to individual comments, but the course encourages a strong learning community.

The learning is focussed around debate and discussion – supporting other learners, sharing your own experience and knowledge, and listening to new perspectives. We hope that you will enjoy interacting with and learning from each other in this way. Don’t forget to comment, reply to other learners and ‘like’ comments.

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