Department: Clinical Science and Services
Clinical skills centre teaching staff and veterinary nursing clinical tutor.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
- Graduated with a BSc in Veterinary Nursing in 2002 from the RVC, College of animal welfare, Middlesex University.
Joined the clinical skiills centre team in 2008
- PGCert (MedEd) University of Bedfordshire
- PGradDip (VetEd) Royal Veterinary College
- FHEA status
Undertaken further training in mental health support
BVNA and BSAVA member
Brown, F., (2018) Bridging the gap....across campus. Vet Ed Symposium, Utrecht University
Brown, F., 2018. Theatre Practice. In: N.Coombes and A.Silva-Fletcher, eds. Veterinary Clinical Skills Centre Manual. Oxfordshire: CABI
Brown, F., Seymour, C., 2018. The Anaesthetic Machine. In: N.Coombes and A.Silva-Fletcher, eds. Veterinary Clinical Skills Centre Manual. Oxfordshire: CABI
Brown, F., Seymour, C., Hoy, C, Breathing systems, Intubation and Monitoring. In: N.Coombes and A.Silva-Fletcher, eds. Veterinary Clinical Skills Centre Manual. Oxfordshire: CABI
Vincent I, Coombes N, Pead, M, Langridge A, Brown, F, Mace, W, Sanger, J (2015) From OSCEs to DOPS for animal handling exams at the RVC - Why? Vet Ed Symposium, Cambridge University.
Coombes N, Vincent, I, Langridge A, Brown, F (2015) The pastoral side of a Clinical Skills Centre - getting to the heart of the matter. Vet Ed Symposium, Cambridge University.
Vincent I, Coombes N, Brown F, Langridge A, Pead M (2015) RVC's clinical skills centre celebrates decade of teaching. Veterinary Times 45 (3) 12-13
Within the clinical skills centre working as a multi professional team primarily responsible for practical teaching relating to BVetMed year three students but also offering support to all undergraduate courses when needed at the RVC and widening participation activites such as summer school
Author, co-author, facilitator, assessor for all years of BVetMed and VN OSCEs and DOPS.
Clinical background includes time spent in private, charity and referral nursing practice with particular interest in anaesthesia.
A close relationship is maintained between the RVC hospitals and the clinical skills centre to ensure evidenced based teaching.