Neil Davison worked in trauma and orthopaedics after the completion of his state registration and orthopaedic nursing qualifications in the 1970s and early 1980s. He lectured at Bangor University for two decades and has extensive experience of teaching drug calculations and numeracy to both pre- and post-registration students. He was made a Teaching Fellow at the university in 1999 and retired in 2012. Since then, Neil has continued to teach on healthcare courses in the further education sector and in the hospitals of North Wales.
Angelina is Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing a the University of Salford. She began her career as a general nurse in 1986, working in surgery. She later retrained as a mental health nurse and progressed into a variety of mental health nursing clinical and management roles within acute inpatient, older people and community practitioner areas. She moved into education as a training manager in an NHS Mental Health Trust, and then into higher education as a nurse lecturer in 2010. She is currently a module leader in the pre-registration degree nursing programme and teaches on both pre-registration and post graduate programmes. Her keen interest is around physical health in mental health. Angelina has published in a variety of nursing journals and textbooks.