Carole Davis

Carole Davis

Senior Lecturer, School of Health and Social Sciences, Middlesex University, London, UK


Carole originally practiced as a clinical nurse specialist in palliative care and oncology before facilitating national clinical leadership programmes for nurses, midwives and health visitors. Carole joined Middlesex University in 2003 and has taught in the School of Health & Social Sciences , School of Arts & Education and Centre of Learning & Teaching Enhancement. As Principal Lecturer in Teaching & Learning Carole currently is the Progarmme Leader or the GTA (Graduate Teaching Assistants) and Distance Education pathways of the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education as well as being Programme Leader for the MA in Higher Education. She is delighted to be back in the Department of Education at Middlesex University.

Carole is passionate about the enormous potential the teaching observation experience offers academic staff and clinicians, in particular the power of dialogue and feedback in improving staff morale and student engagement.

Currently completing her doctorate on 'Developing academics for the future: new thinking on teaching observations' other research interests include evaluating the contribution made by graduate teaching assistants, the pathology of one to one teaching and developing effective facilitation skills. Carole is an external assessor at Birkbeck, external examiner at University of Greenwich and recently a visiting fellow at the University of Windsor in Canada.

Research Interest

nurse education, racism, transcultural nursing education.

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