Telephone:020 7815 8484
School/Division:Health and Social Care / Institute of Vocational Learning
Before beginning his nursing career, Myles volunteered as a community first responder with the South East Coast Ambulance Service. Myles studied a BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing degree at London South Bank University and chose to spend his elective placement with the Institute of Vocational Learning. He joined the team in 2015 as a Lecturer.
Myles’ clinical areas of interest are accident and emergency nursing, nursing research and nursing education.
Myles has published and co-authored a number of nursing education articles and he is a peer reviewer for the Nursing Standard Journal.
In the future, Myles would like to complete a PhD researching the topic of expedition nursing practice.
Myles teaches development training workshops for registered healthcare staff and the support workforce in London. Myles is module leader for a variety of modules on the following accredited courses:
University Certificate of Competence
- Recognising, assessing and managing deteriorating adult patients
Foundation Degree Health
- Core Skills
- Advanced Role Related Skills Development (co-lead)
- Care of the Deteriorating Person
- Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Royal College of Nursing
- Mountain Training Association
Myles is a qualified Mountain Leader and regularly leads groups of people in UK mountainous terrain in summer conditions. He has also been an expedition medic for international trekking expeditions.