Nadine began her career in 1995 studying Physiotherapy at the University of Wales, College of Medicine (now Cardiff University) before taking up a junior rotational post at the Royal Gwent Hospital, South Wales. During her time there, Nadine completed 2 years of general rotations before progressing onto a musculoskeletal rotational senior post.
Nadine continued her progression within the musculoskeletal field and in 2007 became a Spinal Clinical Specialist in Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust. Nadine left the NHS after 9 years to continue her career in the private sector and to run her own practice specialising in musculoskeletal conditions.
In 2015, Nadine moved back to her native Gibraltar and took up employment within the Gibraltar Health Authority as a rotational senior physiotherapist. In 2020, Nadine was seconded to the post of unqualified lecturer at the School of Health Studies, Gibraltar Health Authority. Nadine has always been passionate about lifelong learning and development of health professionals to allow them to work to the top of their licence. During her time at the School, she has been involved in overseeing of the nursing and allied health professionals through their vocational training qualifications as well as teaching on the BSc (Hons) Adult nursing through the University of Gibraltar.
In print: The Person with a Musculoskeletal Disorder in Peate, I and Wild, K (3rd edition) Nursing Practice Knowledge and Care. Wiley Oxford. (Chapter 34)