Sam Humphrey

Sam Humphrey is a Lecturer in Learning Disability Nursing at De Montfort University. His initial background upon qualifying as a learning disability nurse was working in residential nursing services for adults with profound and multiple physical and learning disabilities. Sam then moved into a primary care liaison nursing role supporting general practice and primary care colleagues in their work with people with learning disabilities and became a trained reviewer as part of the national Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) programme.

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Learning Disability Placements

A handy pocket guide to help learning disability nursing students prepare for their practice placements.

Placements can be daunting to the unprepared. This pocket guide is designed to make learning disability placements more enjoyable and less stressful and to help student nurses get the most out of their practice learning experience.

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