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 Hannah Dearden-Watts

Hannah Dearden-Watts

Clinical Skills Tutor

 Clinical Skills Resource Centre 


Hannah has worked in various roles in the NHS over the last 20 years, first qualifying as a Registered Nurse in 2003. After a period of working in Women’s Health, Hannah moved to work in A&E and undertook at BSc in Emergency Nursing. An interest in families, safeguarding, public and sexual health led to working as a School Nurse and Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (SCPHN) Health Visitor in Devon’s Public Health Nursing teams, and as a group facilitator with the Local Authority Child and Parent Assessment Team.

Now a Clinical Skills Tutor in the Clinical Skills Resource Centre at the University of Exeter, Hannah teaches Clinical Skills to Year 1 & 2 and facilitates SIM with Year 5 groups.  She also works with the University’s Widening Participation Team to help to facilitate CSRC’s involvement in the Widening Participation and Exeter Scholars programmes.

Hannah holds a current role as a Staff Nurse in the Emergency Department with particular interests in Triage, Resuscitation and Critical Care. She is part of the team behind Comfort Exeter – an Emergency Department initiative to coordinate voluntary and community resources to supply patients in need with basic items, clothing and support. 


  • PGCert Public Health Nursing - UWE
  • Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (SCPHN HV)
  • Registered Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber
  • BSc Emergency Nursing - University of Hertfordshire
  • DipHE Adult Nursing - University of Nottingham
  • Registered Nurse – Adult



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