Sabrina Dodson

Profile

I am a Registered Nurse and Senior Case Manager for Adults and Children with Brain, Spinal and Catastrophic Injuries.  This includes experience as a Medico Legal Care Expert.

I am a proactive and dedicated case manager.  I have excellent communication skills and a reputation for establishing and maintaining effective relationships with clients and all professionals involved in their care.  My intention is to work with clients using person centred goal planning, treating each person as an individual by creating programmes that are created around each individual clients own needs.  I currently hold a varied case load, working with both adults and children with an acquired brain injuries, spinal injuries and catastrophic complex care.

I have excellent communication skills and am committed to providing truly holistic care and support to my clients and families.

Having gained my Award in Education and Training Qualification in 2017, I am able to deliver training to carers and support workers who work with my clients or offer her services to colleagues if required.  Delivering intensive and bespoke training for specialist clientele ensures her clients are receiving the best possible care.

Qualifications

Health and Social Management NVQ level 5 – Currently being undertaken
NHS Pathways Licence (triage) - Aug 2020
Expert Witness training Completed with Maggie Sargents and Associates - Jun 2020
AET Award in Education and Training - Nov 2017
TREC Travel Health Nurse Training and Yellow Fever – NaTHNaC Training - Jan 2017
Case Manager Pathways Training - Jul 2016
DWP - Qualified as Disability Analyst - Oct 2015
NHS Leadership Academy Course - Frontline Leadership - Summer 2014
ILS Instructor course - 2010
Dental Nurse Course, Carshalton College 2009 – 2010
Diploma in Adult Nursing (RGN), Kingston University 2006 – 2009
Access to Health and Social Care, Merton College 2005 – 2006

Registrations and memberships

Nursing and Midwifery Council (Reg: 09B1597E)

Royal College of Nursing (Reg: 1897999)

British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (Reg: 3650)