Anneyce Knight

The late Anneyce Knight, who died in 2021, had retired earlier that year from her role as Associate Dean for Global Engagement and Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Bournemouth University, where she was also the Programme Leader for the Return to Nursing Practice course. She qualified as a registered nurse in 1982 and worked in orthopaedics and oncology, then trained as a midwife. She continued to practise in a variety of nursing and midwifery clinical settings before moving into Higher Education in 2000. Prior to taking up her role at Bournemouth University in 2015, Anneyce was the Course Lead for the innovative Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care (clinical) for Associate Practitioners, a joint NHS and Southampton Solent University collaboration. Previously she was at the University of Greenwich, where she held a number of positions. She was passionate about the need for compassionate care, thereby enhancing the quality of patient care, particularly at the end of life. Her primary research interests focused on public health and wellbeing, areas in which she published and presented nationally and internationally.

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