Dr Anne Mottram

Dr Anne Mottram

Lecturer in Nursing

  • Mary Seacole MS1.66
  • T: 0161 295 2721
  • E: a.mottram@salford.ac.uk
  • SEEK: Research profile

Office Times

Varies according to commitments

Biography

Born Manchester 1952

Attended Rochdale Convent Grammar School for Girls 1963 - 1970

1970 - 1974 Manchester University - B.Nurs

1974 - 1983 Machester Area Health Authority

1981 - 1982 Huddersfield Polytechnic - Post Graduate Certificate in Education

1983- 1994 Child rearing

1994 - 1996 Nurse Teacher Northern College of Nursing

1996- Lecturer in Nursing University of Salford

1999- Manchester University - MSc (Nursing)

2008- Machester University - PhD (Sociology)

Teaching

  • Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (all years)
  • Post-Qualifying: Diploma in Contemporary Health Services
  • MSc in Nursing
  • Adult Nursing
  • Nurse-patient relationships
  • Sociology of health and illness
  • Health Service Policy
  • Therapeutic Relationships
  • Peri- operative Care
  • Diabetes Care 

Research Interests

  • Sociology of Health and Illness
  • Health Service Policy and Development
  • Day and Short Stay Nursing
  • Peri-operative Care

Qualifications and Memberships

  • B.Nurs; R.N (1974)
  • P.G.C.E. (1982)
  • R.N.T (Registered Nurse Tutor) 1982
  • M.Sc  (Nursing ) 1999
  • PhD   (Sociology ) 2008
  • Member of:
  • Royal College of Nursing
  • British Sociological Association
  • British Association of Day Surgery
  • International Association of Ambulatory Surgery

Publications

Mottram A (2012) Day Surgery Patients perceptions of risk: a qualitative research study. Ambulatory Surgery 17(4) 69-73

Mottram A (2011) “Like a trip to McDonalds”: A grounded theory study of patient experiences of day surgery. International Journal of Nursing Studies  48 165-174.

Mottram A (2011) “They are marvellous whilst you are in but the aftercare is rubbish” : a grounded theory study of patients’ experiences of discharge following day surgery. Journal of Clinical Nursing 20 2830-7

Mottram A (2010) Patients’ experiences of day surgery: a Parsonian analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing 67(1) 140-148

Mottram A (2009) Therapeutic relationships in day surgery: a grounded theory study. Journal of Clinical Nursing  (20) 2830-7