Lecturer in Children & Young People’s Nursing
- Mary Seacole MS3.19
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I have been in nurse education since November 1991 and have taught predominantly within the field of Children and Young People’s nursing. Prior to entering nurse education, I was a Ward Sister on a general Paediatric Unit.
I have taught on a range of diploma and undergraduate programmes but notably on pre registration programmes. My key academic interests lie in child and family policy and the sociology of health and illness. I have clinical links with a local PCT which supports my academic interests.
As the School Retention Officer, my research interests currently focus on the student experience and student engagement and support.
Qualifications and Memberships
- B.A (Hons) Social Science 1978 – Manchester Polytechnic
- MSc Nursing 1998 - Manchester University
- PG Diploma in Nurse Education 1993 – Manchester University
- SRN 1982
- RSCN 1985
- Registered Nurse Teacher 1993
WP Conference Open University 2010 - Identifying High Risk Students: the usefulness of local intelligence (Leslie Robinson, Jennifer Hinsley, Karen Kniveton, Moira McLoughlin, Edwina Thacker, Cynthia Pine)
Salford University's ECE Conference 2011 - Using student induction data with final student qualitative data to manage experience and expectations for "realistic engagement" in Higher Education (Edwina Thacker, Moira McLoughlin , Leslie Robinson, Jennifer Hinsley, Karen Kniveton, Cynthia Pine)