I got my degree as a Registered nurse in Granada, Spain, but have gained most of my profesional experience in
Oxford, England. There, I had the opportunity to do several postgrad courses, in Intensive Care and in
Haemodialysis, at the Oxford Brookes University.
I got my specialization as a Critical Care Specialist nurse in 2007, by the Oxford Brookes University. Since then I
have worked in ITU, eight of them in Oxford, UK, and the last four in Granada, Spain.
I consider myself as a person with fantastic communication skills, contagious motivation and passionate about
nursing. These qualities make a great nurse and an excellent worker.
May 2018- today
ITU, Hospital Clínico San Cecilio, Grnada, Spain
Oct 2017-May 2018
ITU, Hospital Virgen de la Nieves, Granada, Spain.
A+E, Hospital Virgen de la Nieves, Granada, Spain.
Neurology Ward, Hospital Campus de la Salud, Granada, Spain
Obstetrics and Gynecology Ward, Hospital Clínico San Cecilio, Granada,
Spain. My main role was to look after and care for women during the puerperium, carrying out post labour checks of the mother and their newborns. I also spent time in the day case Ward for gyne, looking after (pre and post surgery) general gyne patients who were undergoing gynecological surgery.
Nutrition department, Hospital Campus de la Salud, Granada, Spain
The team (an endocrine doctor and me) checks and advises any patient in the
hospital referred to us to asses and improve their nutritional state
Aug. 2007 – March 2016
Neurology and Neurosurgery Intesive care Unit ,Oxford University Hospitals
NHS Trust (Oxford, UK).
Main role: Senior Staff Nurse:
Aug 2008 - 2014: Airmed Air Medical Ldt., (Oxford).
IInternational air transfers of critical and non critical patients invair ambulance.
Jul. 2006 – Aug. 2007 Haemodialysis Unit Oxford Kidney Unit, Churchill Hospital (Oxford).
Planning, instauration and follow up of the individualised haemodialysis regimes. Eduacation to renal patients.
Referral to the nefrologist when needed.
Nov. 2004 – Jun. 2006 Endocrine ward Geoffrey Harris Ward, Churchill Hospital (Oxford).
Pioneer centre especialised in endocrine alterations, mainly focused on diabetes, its diagnosis, education, treatment and complications. It also had room for dermatology, and peritoneal dialysis patients.