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Post Nominals MSc
Biography Amany brings over 13 years of clinical experience as a Theatre Practitioner to her role as a Lecturer in Adult Nursing at the School of Health and Society, University of Salford. In 2016, she earned her MSc degree in Nursing Education and is a Fellow in Higher Education Authority (FHEA). Within her academic capacity, Amany works as a co-module lead for the Transdisciplinary Science (TDS) module. Amany's clinical expertise extends to her time in a Cardio-thoracic Post-Anaesthetic Care Unit and general theatre recovery across various NHS and Independent hospitals in the UK. In 2015, she transitioned to the role of Education Practitioner at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, driven by her passion to deliver impactful education for the enhancement of patient care standards. Amany is also a proud member of the Royal College of Nursing, where she remains actively engaged in the professional nursing community.
Research Interests • Teaching and Learning/ Education
• Student Experience
• Digital Engagement and Technologies
• Cardiothoracic
• Qualitative research
Teaching and Learning BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing =

BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies (Top up) =