Myles Harris

Myles Harris, LSBU

Senior Lecturer

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    020 7815 8484
  • School/Division:
    Health and Social Care / Institute of Vocational Learning
 

Myles Harris works in the Institute of Vocational Learning (IoVL), School of Health and Social Care. His clinical area of interest is emergency care. Myles has worked in IoVL since 2015 and has experience teaching CPPD workshops and being a module leader for FDSc Health. Myles currently teaches on the FDSc Nursing Associate national pilot programme and is a deputy course director. Myles is the departmental lead for clinical skills education and simulation. Myles' is a Mountain Leader and his current research focuses on nursing practice in expedition medicine.

Myles teaches on the FDSc Nursing Associate national pilot programme. The pilot site in IoVL is one of the largest in the country and has trainees from a variety of acute, specialist and mental health hospital trusts in London. Myles has been part of the team implementing FDSc apprentices in the School of Health and Social Care that involves both the Nursing Associate and Assistant Practitioner courses.

Myles is a Mountain Leader, which qualifies him to guide people in UK mountainous terrain. Myles experience includes summer and winter mountaineering in the UK, European Alps, North Africa, New Zealand and the Article Circle. Myles has completed an expedition medic course and regularly volunteers on international trekking expeditions. Myles research is currently focusing on nursing practice in expedition medicine.

  • Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Royal College of Nursing
  • Mountain Training Association
  • The UK Alpine Club (Aspirant member)
  • Royal Air Force Mountaineering Association

Myles is an Officer in the Royal Air Force Air Cadets and leads a squadron of over 70 young people and adult volunteers. Myles is part of a national team developing an advanced first aid course for international expedition leaders. Myles is leading on including fundamental nursing care and casualty assessment in the course.

 
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