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 Victoria Sadler

Victoria Sadler

Lecturer Practitioner

 01392 72 7550

 South Cloisters 3.01


South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK


Victoria undertook her nurse training at St Bartholomew’s School of Nursing (City University). Since qualification her nursing career has taken her to a variety of interesting roles both in the UK, but also in New Zealand and some voluntary working in Tanzania.

Her specialty in nursing has been primarily in general medicine with a special interest in Older Peoples nursing and dementia care. She has a keen sense of ensuring people are treated with respect and dignity. She seeks to act as a role model to those around her to ensure they see these fundamental aspects of care in all she does, ensuring care is person centered.

Victoria is always looking for ways to develop her patient care. Most recently she has introduced the assessment of frailty into a dementia service. She has also embedded the principles of Cognitive Stimulation therapy into the activities offered.

Her current post sees her working within the Academy of Nursing and also at the RDE as a Matron specialising in Dementia. Her personal and professional ethos fits well with the ethos of the MSci Programme and she is very excited to continue to develop the nurses of the future.


  • Diploma in nursing studies/ RGN
  • Degree in Nursing Professional Studies
  • MSc Nurse Education and Leadership (including PGCE)






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