Mr Phill Hoddinott
RN (Adult) DipHE, BSc, PG Cert, MSc, DIC
Phill has been an academic at the university since 2012 within the School of Nursing & Allied Health, he works across the programmes as a Senior Lecturer in adult nursing. He is currently the programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Nursing programme and has responsibility for the smooth operational running of the BSc (Hons) Nursing programme and maintaining quality standards in its delivery. Phill is also the lead link lecturer at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and works closely with clinical collages at West Middlesex University Hospital ensuring students receive a sound clinical placement learning experience.
Phill has over 20 years experience as a registered nurse and has held a number of clinical, leadership and educational roles within the NHS and overseas. His research interest is centred around service user engagement within education and has conducted research on the impact of patient feedback given to nursing student learners in the clinical environment.
Phill’s clinical expertise lies in acute and emergency medicine and he still works clinically within these settings. In 2014 Phill along with a team of other nursing academics introduced the ALERT course into the pre-registration curriculum at the university in order to ensure acutely unwell patients get quality assured, safe care along with increasing students knowledge and employability.