David Taylor

School of Health and Social Care
 David Taylor



Dave is a registered Adult Nurse and joined the University of Essex nursing team in February 2023, having worked for a local healthcare Trust since qualifying in 2016. His clinical background is mainly within Cardiology and as well as working as part of a practice-based Education Team. Prior to nursing, Dave gained experience in a variety of roles in community healthcare services across public health, health promotion, and health & wellbeing. From February 2023 to December 2023, Dave was the Apprentice Nursing Associate [ANA] Programme Lead across the Colchester and Southend campuses.


  • MSc Adult Nursing University of Essex, (2016)

  • MSc Cardiac Rehabilitation University of Essex, (2010)

  • BSc Sports & Exercise Science University of Essex, (2009)


University of Essex

  • Lecturer in Nursing (Adult) & Apprentice Nursing Associate [ANA] Programme Lead, School of Health and Social Care, University of Essex (27/2/2023 - present)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Fundamentals of Behavioural Sciences (HS182)

  • Person-Centred Care 1 (HS184)

  • Person-Centred Care 3 (Adult Nursing) (HS196)

  • The Autonomous Practitioner - Adult Nursing (HS198)

  • Study and Lifelong Learning (HS700)

  • Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours Portfolio 2 (HS708)

  • The Autonomous Practitioner - Adult Nursing (HS249)


Journal articles (1)

Taylor, D., Archer, L., Wortley, J., Tether-Temple, L., Theadom, G., Hurst, T. and Street, T., (2012). A traditional cardiac rehabilitation approach to community heart failure and angina rehabilitation. The Online Journal of Clinical Audits [now obsolete]. 4 (4)



2S2.3.26, Colchester Campus