Dr Geraldine Ezirim

Faculty of Health, Education and Social Care
ARU Peterborough

Geraldine is an experienced nurse, researcher and lecturer, with keen interest on maintaining patients safety following a period of critical illness.

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Geraldine qualified as a registered nurse from state school of nursing, Agbor, Delta state, Nigeria. Her passion for nursing and inspiring the next generation of nurses motivated her to undertake a Bachelors, Masters and PhD program within the field of nursing.

Geraldine has a track record of outstanding performance as a student, including emerging as the best runner up during the student research conference where she won a cash price as the best presenter in her stream.

She has a wide range of nursing experience that cuts across various clinical settings including acute care, critical care, nursing homes, community nursing, academic and clinical research. Her recent role was in Fulbourn Hospital, where she worked as a Clinical Research Nurse.

Research interests

Geraldine recently completed her PhD in 2020 where she adopted a mixed method approach to explore nurses opinion of patients transition from ICU to the ward following a period of critical illness.

  • Use of technologies in early diagnosis of dementia
  • Teaching experience as part of PhD programme
  • Pastoral support through mentoring, supervising and supporting junior staff and colleagues
  • PhD, Anglia Ruskin University
  • MSc Nursing, Anglia Ruskin University
  • BSc Nursing, Anglia Ruskin University
  • RGN
  • PGD Emergency Nursing, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Edo state Nigeria
  • Diploma in Nursing. State School of Nursing, Agbor, Delta State, Nigeria
Recent presentations and conferences

Annual Research Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge campus. July 2017.

Annual Research Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford campus. June 2016.