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Linda Nelson

Associate Dean (Enterprise & Business Engagement)

Linda Nelson

About Linda Nelson

As an Associate Dean in the School of Health & Social Care I have responsibility for the portfolio of enterprise and business engagement. As a member of the senior executive team I work closely with colleagues within the School and the wider university to maintain existing partnerships whilst seeking out new opportunities for the growth of enterprise and business across the university. 

A main focus of my role is to ensure that the range of educational provision offered in the School meets the needs of the health and social care workforce. Examples of this include the higher and degree apprenticeship agenda, accredited and non-accredited provision, bespoke masterclasses designed to meet the workforce requirements, consultancy and conferences.

This involves working in partnership with a range of organisations in health and social care, including NHS Trusts, private and independent sectors, locally, nationally and internationally.

The School and the university have an excellent reputation and proven record of working in partnership and we would welcome the opportunity to explore with you any future developments to meet individual needs.
 

In the news

  • Forging the future together
    BQ Magazine (Web) 03/10/2017:
    Mike Hughes meets associate deans Linda Nelson and Siobhan Fenton who are leading pioneering work at Teesside University.


  • Earn while you learn
    Evening Gazette (Teesside) 20/02/2017:Evening Gazette (Teesside), Invest in Teesside,20/02/2017
    Linda Nelson, Associate Dean in Teesside University's School of Health & Social Care By completing the apprenticeship, students are opening up many more opportunities for a professional career.


  • Prestigious patient safety conference hosted at Teesside University
    North East Connected, 15/04/2016
    A major conference dedicated to improving the safety of patients through collaborative working has been hosted by Teesside University.