Mrs Christina Ebanks
RN (Adult) B.Ed (HONS) SCPHN, RM, DipHE, BSc (HONS), PG Dip
School of Nursing
Christina is a senior lecturer in the school of Nursing and Allied Health. She studied Business Management and Economics with education prior to her career in nursing and midwifery. She gained experience in teaching and supporting students of varied abilities in both pedagogy and andragogy before her current role. She has 17 years of experience in a range of specialist clinical areas in general nursing, public health and midwifery. She continues to work in practice to ensure that her teaching of theory is reflective of current practice, drawing from valuable practice experiences to further enrich her sessions.
Christina is a link academic assessor for one of the main hospitals in suburban London. She works collaboratively with practice assessors and significant stakeholders to promote excellent clinical experiences for students in practice. She has special interests in women and children’s health and the factors that create, enhance and enrich students' experiences and lower attrition rates. Research undertaken includes the role of Montessori Method of Education in early childhood development. She developed a safe and efficient Home Birth Equipment travel system as part of a quality assurance and control system for one of the main maternity units in London. Christina has further contributed to exploratory research in practice through the sharing of case studies in practice to inform service delivery.