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s.batt@hud.ac.uk | 01484 472081


Sarah is a Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing within the Division of Health and Rehabilitation. Sarah initially took a post as Lecturer/ Practitioner at the University in 2005 prior to becoming a full time Senior Lecturer in 2006. Sarah’s clinical background is predominantly in older people’s medicine, for 10 years prior to taking up the post within the University she specialised in Stroke rehabilitation, a subject in which she still has a major interest. Sarah still works clinically in the community setting.

Research and Scholarship

Stroke illness: Current PhD study subject area: Stroke illness and nutrition.

Publications and Other Research Outputs


Bain, A., Batt, S., Darvill, A. and Greenwood, K. (2016) ‘The design and evaluation of an inter-professional education (IPE) intervention for pharmacy and nursing students using clinical scenarios’. In: Interprofessional Education and Practice conference, 12th September 2016, Cardiff University


Ousey, K., Stephenson, J., Cook, L., Kinsey, L. and Batt, S. (2013) ‘Final year student nurses’ experiences of wound care: an evaluationBritish Journal of Community Nursing , 18 (sup1), p. s7-s16. ISSN 1462-4753


Covill, C. and Batt, S. (2011) ‘Primary care experience “The pro-active student”.’. In: 4th Clinical Skills Conference: HIgh Tech to Low Tech, 2nd November 2011, University of Huddersfield


Splisbury, H. and Batt, S. (2010) ‘The Quiet Revolution: the experience of introducing electronic marking at the University of Huddersfield’. In: Education, Innovation and Change in Health and Social Care, 18 March 2010, University of Hull


  • 1986 - present: Member of the Royal College of Nursing
  • 1989 - present: Registered Nurse Level 1 - Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • 2006 - present: Lecturer / Practice Educator - Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • 2007 - present: Fellow of the Higher Education Institute

Research Degree Supervision

Administrative Responsibilities

Admissions Lead for BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult) and Foundation Year for the Health Professions (Adult Nursing).

Teaching and Professional Activities

  • Field Lead Adult Nursing September 2012 curriculum onwards (currently 100 students per year)
  • Disability Coordinator: Adult Nursing
  • Module lead: Fundamentals of Nursing Practice: Year 1.
  • Module Associate:
    • Foundations of Nursing 2: Year 1.
    • Complex Care Needs and Enhanced Care : Year 3
  • Supervisor of pre and post graduate research students – dissertation projects
  • Personal tutor for pre-registration nursing students
  • Link tutor to practice areas in:
    • Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust
    • Locala Community Partnerships Social Enterprise
    • Kirkwood Hospice - Huddersfield
    • Overgate Hospice - Elland
  • Areas of teaching interest:
    • Nursing of Older people and Stroke illness