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Maureen McMahon Maureen McMahon

Senior Lecturer

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Mary Seacole 1.40

T: 0161 295 2759

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Maureen McMahon

Senior Lecturer

Biography

I have been in full time nursing since leaving school and employed in education since 1981:

  • Cadet Nurse Bolton Hospitals
  • Student Nurse Bolton Hospitals
  • Staff Nurse Medical Nursing Bolton General Hospital
  • Student Midwife West Cheshire Hospital
  • Staff Nurse Post Coronary Hope Hospital
  • Sister Intensive Care / Heart Care Unit Hope Hospital
  • Senior Sister G3 Hope Hospital, Renal, Medical, Oncology
  • Clinical Teacher Salford School of Nursing  based at Hope Hospital and Ladywell Hospital
  • Nurse Tutor Salford School of Nursing
  • Lecturer / Senior Lecturer Salford University

Teaching

  • School APL lead (Accreditation of prior learning)
  • Pre Registration Nursing
  • Post Qualifying level 5 and 6
  • MSc Nursing
  • Work Based Learning modules for a variety of professions, colleges and organisations both within and outside the university

Research Interests

Work Based Learning

Users and Carers

Community Engagement and widening participation

Qualifications and Memberships

Memberships 

Royal College of Nursing

Association of University Teachers

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

 

Qualifications

State Registered Nurse (SRN) Current PIN RN (NMC, 2013)

State Certified Midwife (SCM)

Registered Clinical Nurse Teacher (RCNT)

Registered Nurse Tutor (RNT)

BSc (Hons) Nursing

MSc Practitioner Research

MA Education

Publications

Eyres.R., Harrison., McMahon, M. and Potts, R. (2011)  Work Based Learning for Community Cohesion Training in the Social Housing Sector chapter 9 in  Dhillion, B., Edmonds, T., Felce, A., Minton, A. and Wall, T (Eds) Making Employer and University Partnerships Work.  Oxfordshire, Carnegie Publishing pp 72-79.

The Higher Education Academy (2013) The Salford apprentice programme, seminar paper  delivered at the conference ‘What can higher education contribute to improving social mobility in the UK?; 27 Mar 2013 Macdonald Manchester Hotel, Manchester City Centre available at http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/events/detail/2013/26_March_SocialMobilityEvent