Dr Kate Godfrey DAHP, MSc, PGCHE, PGCCC, BA (Hons), SFHEA, RGN, RNT, ENB100
Senior Lecturer - Adult Nursing
Kate qualified as a nurse (RGN) in 1990; following this she worked as a staff nurse and sister in Intensive Care until moving into higher education in 2004.
Kate has worked at two universities prior to joining King's; with a primary focus on the development and leadership of adult critical care nursing post-registration education. Other areas of teaching have included evidence based practice and research methods, and care of the acutely ill adult; for undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
Kate is a member of the Critical Care Nurse Education Review Forum (CCNERF), the educational sub-group of the the Critical Care National Network Nurse Leads forum (CC3N). As part of CCNERF she has been in the working group that have authored a number of national competency documents.
Kate's research interests include: ICU delirium; patient experience of critical care; recovery and rehabilitation following Critical Care - including cognitive sequelae of critical illness; mind-body dualism in healthcare.
Kate Godfrey - previously known as Kate Deacon