Mrs Amsale Wamburu

Senior Lecturer

School of Nursing and Allied Health


Amsale is a registered nurse with 20 years of experience working for the NHS. She has a BSc and MSc Degree in Human Genetics & Human Biology as well as MSc in Advanced Practice Nursing. She holds a post-graduate certificate in education and is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA). Amsale has a lot of significant professional experiences and has attained training in various nursing fields acquiring post-graduate certificates in infection control principles and practice; clinical haematology; care of the patient requiring chemotherapy; care and management of persons with AIDS; teaching and assessing in clinical practice-ENB 998 and a diploma of higher education in cancer care. She has worked as a Practice Development Nurse at the London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust as a member of the practice education team covering six specialist areas, i.e. respiratory, HIV and Infectious diseases, cardiology, gastroenterology, dementia and care of the elderly.

Because of her wealth of experience, she has been very effective in delivering high-quality teaching and transforming classrooms into highly interactive learning environments. She works well with other colleagues as she is open to conversations, challenges and an exchange of ideas. More than her role as an educator, she goes above and beyond to offer unconditional pastoral support to her students. She has a passion for education in nursing and human sciences with the ultimate goal of positively impacting the delivery of high-quality care within the nursing fraternity. She wants to use her untiring commitment and drive to produce competent nurses who are ready to meet the growing healthcare needs of patients.