Caroline Hill

Caroline Hill

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Registered General Nurse BSc Health Studies




Caroline undertook Registered General Nurse (RGN) training at University College Hospital London, qualifying in 1988. She initially worked in general medicine then specialised in adult critical care and has worked in a busy major trauma centre. Caroline has always had an interest in the psychological effects of critical illness and was responsible for establishing the Critical Care Follow-up Service at UHCW, for which she was nominated and was a finalist in the Nursing Times Awards in 2012 in the Emergency and Critical Care category. Caroline was responsible for much of the teaching of student nurses and also post-graduate nurses and support workers. Caroline gained vast experience caring for victims of trauma at the very acute stages and supporting their families. Her work in the follow-up service allowed her to continue this support post-hospital discharge, assisting and navigating towards the best possible outcome for patients. She has extensive experience working with long-term ventilated patients, those suffering traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries include tracheostomies. Caroline has worked with Headway – the brain injury association - as an Acute Trauma Support Nurse. She has experience working with patients and their families after a traumatic brain injury, giving practical and emotional support and information and helping them navigate the ongoing recovery and rehabilitation process. She worked closely with regional Headway groups to ensure the continued support for patients and families post hospital discharge.

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