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Kellie Norris

Course Leader, Community Nursing
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School of Midwifery and Community Health
Areas of Expertise:
Nursing and midwifery
Research Supervision:

Kellie is a qualified District Nurse and came to Anglia Ruskin in 2013 from a strategic role with the Royal College of Nursing. She's the course leader for the new district nurse course which runs in both Chelmsford and Cambridge.

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Following her qualification as a District Nurse, Kellie managed a community nursing team for four years. She then went on to a regional role as the Primary Care Adviser for the Royal College of Nursing in the east of England. This involved working with organisations and staff throughout the region, delivering education and supporting staff and organisations with change. Whilst working for the RCN , Kellie spent a year in the Policy unit as a policy adviser. She then went on to be the RCN national lead for Transforming Community services in England. Kellie has maintained my clinical skills by continuing clinical practice.

Research interests

Kellie is interested in work and workforce planning in Community Services.


Kellie teaches on both the District Nurse and the Health Visitor programme and is also involved with the development of Practice Nurses. She delivers a number of bespoke community based workshops across the region for both health care support workers and registered healthcare professionals.

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Medical and Healthcare Education 2014
  • MSc Advancing Practice in Primary Care University of Hertfordshire 2010
  • BSc (hons) Specialist Practitioner Community (District  Nursing) 1999
  • Diploma in Nursing University of London 1995
  • State Registered Nurse 1980
Selected recent publications

Kraszewski S. Norris K. 2014.The modern renaissance of the district nurse. Primary Healthcare. 24.9.