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Meet the Team

Sue Clarke

Sue Clarke  MSc PGCE BSc RN

Non-Medical Workforce Development Lead


Sue is Head of Workforce and Education in South Eastern Hampshire and Fareham & Gosport CCGs and is also the non-medical workforce lead in the  Wessex Primary Care Training Hubs.  Sue is a registered nurse by background and moved into education and training almost 20 years ago. Her career in education and training started in a teaching post and eventually moved into education and training management.

Pippa Stupple RN

Programme Director for General Practice Nursing


Pippa is Programme Director for General practice nursing for HEE Wessex and also works as a Health Resource Manager for 2Care UK Ltd who provide support to clients with mental health conditions.

Pippa is a registered nurse who commenced her career in a surgical and renal ward at St Thomas Hospital, London and moved into General Practice Nursing over 30 years ago. Whilst still working in General Practice she formed an educational company in 2004 which provided training and education for General Practice Nurses and Community Nurses and GPs. In 2014 Pippa moved into her current role and has continued to support the General Practice Nursing workforce within Wessex and develop training and education for the General Practice nurses, this includes HCAs,GPNs & ANPs.

Annette Farrell  MA, PGCE, BSc, ENP, RN.

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead - Bands 1 to 4 & Apprenticeships


Annette is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for Bands 1 to 4 and Apprenticeships and is based in the Portsmouth and Isle of Wight Patch. Annette is a registered nurse with experience in a variety settings including acute medicine, respiratory nursing, A&E, GP Lead Community Hospital, Stroke Ward, GP Out of Hours and Clinical Demonstrator for University of Southampton.

Clinically for the past 16 years Annette has been a senior Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) in ED and Minor Injuries Unit, specialising in minor injuries. Annette has had a duel portfolio in the last 13 years of clinical practitioner and as an educator at Portsmouth Hospitals in the Learning and Development Department.

Kerry Street  MPharm PgDipClinPharm  MRPharmS IP

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead - Pharmacy


Kerry is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for Pharmacy and is based in the Dorset Patch. Kerry is a registered pharmacist and has a career spanning over 20 years with experience in community, GP practice, secondary care, intermediate care and commissioning. She has an extensive understanding of the different roles of pharmacy, working upwards from a pharmacy counter assistant and technician to senior clinical pharmacy manager, qualifying as an independent prescriber in 2016.

Kerry is passionate about encouraging newly qualified practitioners into the workforce and developing existing skills through education and training. Kerry also holds a position at Bath University and still practices clinically as an independent prescriber and community pharmacist.

Andy Sharman PA19041 DipHE PGCertHCL PPEd MCPara HML Exped

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead - Allied Health Professions (AHPs) & Physician Associates (PAs)


Andy is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for AHPs and PAs and is based in the Southampton and New Forest Patch. Andy is a paramedic with over 20 years of experience in the NHS. He began as an ambulance care assistant in 1999 before progressing to qualify as a specialist paramedic in urgent and emergency care in 2010.

In 2015 his career took a national direction when he was seconded to the College of Paramedics for 15 months as the Paramedic Prescribing Project Officer within the NHS England AHP Medicines Project, followed by a further 12-month secondment to Health Education England as the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer’s Clinical Fellow. He then moved into a different role within Health Education England commencing a 12-month fixed term contract as a National Workforce Planner with a portfolio including all AHPs, Urgent and Emergency Care and Apprenticeships.

Andy is passionate about professionalism and is an enthusiastic advocate for the unique skills, knowledge, and experience that Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) bring to the NHS.

Annemarie Lewis  AdDip RNA

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead - Nursing


Annemarie is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for Nursing and is based in the Mid-Wessex Patch. Annemarie is a Registered Nurse (Adult Branch) with 13 years experience in the NHS and has had a varied background since qualification. Her clinical career started in Palliative Care, moving into District Nursing in Hampshire. As a Junior Nurse she undertook and developed a new role as a Health Club Staff Nurse. The latter delivered clinical services and support to residents in sheltered housing across Southampton City to improve their access to healthcare and enhance quality of life.

Annemarie was a Nutrition, then Cardiac Research Nurse at University Hospital Southampton (UHS) and then returned to the Community as a Sister in the Case Management Team.

Before joining HEE Annemarie worked for Solent NHS Trust as Educator in Practice Lead, looking after all things student and placement related, developing new placements, and supporting all learners in practice.

Marianne Brown

Administration Assistant


Marianne is the lynch pin of the team and has been working with the Primary Care Training Hubs since April 2017. Her previous posts included 3 years working in the private Medical Insurance sector. Prior to this she spent 13 years working in Higher Education, supporting students with visual impairments access the curriculum, either by supporting them in the classroom or providing modified materials.


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