Dr Annemarie Brown

School of Health and Social Care
Dr Annemarie Brown
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1702 328427

  • Location

    GB.2.62, Southend Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Appointment by email



Annemarie has over 30 years' experience as a registered nurse in both acute and community settings. She specialised in Tissue Viability and held posts as Clinical Nurse Specialist/Consultant Nurse. Recipient of the Clinical Academic Research Award (2010). Winner of the Journal of Wound Care Patient Wellbeing category March 2014.


  • PhD University of Hertfordshire

  • MSc Advancing Practice Univ. of Hertfordshire

  • BSc (Hons) Community Specialist Practitioner (Anglia Ruskin, Chelmsford)

  • Registered Nurse Southend Hospital

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Tissue Viability/wound care/skin integrity

Health behaviour change models &ndash self-efficacy

Scale development

Community nursing

Current research

Annemarie has just been commissioned to undertake a 6 month scoping exercise on the development of pressure damage in care homes by Castlepoint & Rochford CCG.

Conferences and presentations

Prove It Conference 2013


Wound Healing Association, Reykjavik, Iceland 2012

Reykjavik, Iceland, 2012

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • How People Function (HS503)

  • Critical Appraisal and Research Skills (HS510)

  • Leadership and Preparation (HS516)

  • How People Function (HS888)


Journal articles (2)

Brown, A., (2019). Skin tears: Prevention and management in the elderly. Journal of Community Nursing. 33 (1), 22-28

Brown, A., Kendall, S., Flanagan, M. and Cottee, M., (2014). Encouraging patients to self-care - the preliminary development and validation of the VeLUSET©, a self-efficacy tool for venous leg ulcer patients, aged 60 years and over. International Wound Journal. 11 (3), 326-334

Grants and funding


Methodology for pressure ulcer prevalence scoping excercise for Castle Point & Rochford CCG

Castle Point and Rochford CCG

+44 (0) 1702 328427


GB.2.62, Southend Campus

Academic support hours:

Appointment by email