Senior Lecturer in Nursing
- Allerton C509
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Monday 10:00am - 12:00pm
I teach across a range of programmes. My main focus is on learning disabilities, research and nursing practice. I teach at all levels of the academic continuum from pre-registration through post-qualifying and Masters Level to PhD supervision.
I am currently a member of the research group Children and Young People (CYP) and research within this group forms a major thread to my research. My interests revolve around the impact services have on the lives of difficult to reach or ‘troubled families’. I am also interested in how young peoples’ engagement with ‘risky’ behaviours is influenced by social norms and peer pressure. My final interest is in relation to men who have a learning disability who sexually abuse others.
Qualifications and Memberships
MSc. Practitioner Research by Research (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Pg. Dip. Health Professional Education (Huddersfield University)
Dip. Higher Education in Community Health Studies (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Community Nursing Diploma. (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Registered Nurse Learning Disabilities (North Manchester School of Nursing)
Nursing people with Mental Handicap/learning Difficulties in the Community (807)
Walmsley, S & Graham, A & Ravey, M & Williams, A 2012, 'Development of a Patient reported Outcome Measure for the Assessment and Evaluation of the Foot Affected by Rheumatoid arthritis', Journal of Epidemiology.
Olsen, A & Ravey, M 2011, 'Olsen, A. & Ravey, M. (2011), Commentary on the "Development of a sex offender assessment and treatment service within a Community Learning Disability Team (the SHEALD project): part 2". ', Tizard Learning Disability Review, 16(3), pp.17-21.
Williams, A & Nester, C & Ravey, M 2007, 'A qualitative investigation of rheumatoid arthritis patients' experiences of therapeutic footwear- a qualitative investigation ', BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 8, p.104.
Reflection in Key Concepts in Social Work (2012) Ed. A. Worsley, T. Mann, A. Olsen & E. Mason-Whitehead. Sage.
‘Assessing Learning Disabled Sex Offenders: An Exploration of the Decision Making Skills of Nurse Practitioners’. Annual Learning Disability Nursing Conference. July 1998.
‘The Trials and Tribulations of Conducting Research with Community Nurses’. The Centre for Community Nursing, The University of Hull. September 1998.
The Risk Assessment of Learning Disabled Sexual Abusaers: An Exploration of Practitioners Problem Solving and Decision Making Skills. The 2nd International Conference on the Care and Treatment of Offenders with a Learning Disability. April 2003.
The Risk Assessment of Learning Disabled Sexual Abusers. Pushing the Boundaries – Research Activity in Nursing. September 2003.
The Use of Think Aloud as a Data Collection Tool in Phenomenological Research. Pushing the Boundaries – Research Activity in Nursing. September 2003.
An Action Research Evaluation of the Springboard Project. RCN Research Conference May 2007
EUSAF: Assessing the Evidence-Base of Intervention for Vulnerable Children and Their Families – Padova Italy. Springboard Cultural Changes within a Service 26 – 29/03/08
Reports for External Bodies
Evaluation of the Springboard Project. Blackpool Council June 2008
Evaluation of Budget Holding Lead Practitioner. Blackpool Council April 2008
Development of a Health Assessment. Blackpool Council April 2008
Assessment and Evaluation of the Foot Affected by Rheumatoid arthritis European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR), 2009
Extended Evaluation of Springboard Blackpool Council Sept 2010
FIP Evaluation Blackpool Council Sept 2010
Evaluation of CINT 2011 Bury Council