- Mary Seacole MS3.19
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My clinical background is predominantly within children's nursing working in particular with critically ill children and their families within paediatric intensive care, renal and medical areas. I have clinical links within the community with a children's community team and healthcare professionals in a number of clinics.
My academic interests focus on children & young people's nursing, in particular the recognition, assessment and management of critically ill children; participation of children and young people withibn the health care setting to ensure they remain central in the context of child and family centred care.
Issues in Child & Family Nursing (Child Branch-Level 6)
Achieving Competence in Children's Nursing (Child Branch-Level 6)
Foundations of Nursing Knowledge & Practice (L4 Generic)
Nursing Practice & Decision making (L5 Field specific)
Pre-registration Modules - Cae of the Highly Dependant Child (Child Branch-L6)
Ad-hovteaching in a variety of modules.
My recent research is centred on developing a practice standard for participation work with children and young people within the healthcare setting through exploration of the processes that enable, maintain and sustain effective participation.
Developing a standard for partnership working with children and young people
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Investigator: A Lee (100%).
Member of steering group to establish a children's and young person's research collaborative to work alongside the CYP @ Salford researchj theme group.
Evaluation of the Blackburn with Darwen Over-8's Parenting Service (2009). I was a member of the Child and Family Health research team that undertook the evaluation of this service: Long, T. Livesley, J. Devitt, P. Murphy, M. Fallon, D. Fenton, G. Lee, A (2010) Evaluation of the Blackburn with Darwen Over-8's Parenting Service University of Salford.
MSc dissertaition on "The views, opinions and contributions of hospitalised children and young people, parents and nurses regarding family-centred care (Sept 2011).
Qualifications and Memberships
(2011) MSc Nursing (University of Salford)
(2006) Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Further, GHighrt and Adult Education) (University of Bolton).
(2004) BSc (Hons) NursingStudies (University of Salford).
(1996) ENB 415 Intensive Care of NursingChildren (University of Salford).
(1992) RSCN Registered Sick Children's Nurse (Bolton & Salford School of Nursing).
(1989) RGN Registered General Nurse (Wigan School of Nursing).
Full member of North West Simulation Education Network (United Kingdom, August 2009).
Fuill member of Paediatric Intensive Care Society (United Kingdom, June 1998 to June 2010.
Lee, A. ; Collins, J. & Summerscales, L. (2012) “Assessment of The Child with Breathing Difficulties” Chapter 2, In: Fortune, P. (ed), Acute Illness Management (AIM) in Children. First Edition, Critical Care Institute, Trafford, UK.
Marcangelo, C. Gibbon, C. Cage, M. Arkell, S. Cooper, C. Darvill, A. Lee, A. McLoughlin, M. Sadio, G. (2009) ‘Toolkit for Lecturers and Practitioners to Evaluate Problem-Based Learning’ Health Science and Practice Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy.