- Mary Seacole MS2.09
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I have worked in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work since 1996 initially as a Lecturer Practitioner until in 2004 I became a full time Lecturer in Nursing. The Practitioner element of the Lecturer Practitioner role was based in medicine where my areas of interest in Practice Development and Research included multidisciplinary working and the developments that promoted a self care philosophy of care and the needs of the informal carers of stroke patients.
Before working at the School of Nursing. Midwifery and Social Work for the majority of my clinical career I worked in critical care areas caring for patients with critical illnesses.
My teaching and learning interests include leadership and management, care of the critically ill patient and their families, flexible and work based learning. As programme leader for the post qualifying degree BSc (Hons) Enhancing Professional Healthcare Practice and my input to year three of the pre registration programme I am also very interested in the transition from student nurse to qualified nurse and preceptorship. I was actively involved in a Whole School Project related to transition.
Transition from the student nurse to the qualified nurse
Work Based Learning
Qualifications and Memberships
1977 Registered General Nurse RGN (from Oldham School of Nursing).
1985 English National Board (ENB) Course ENB 100 Intensive Care Course (from Manchester Royal Infirmary).
1987 Teaching in Further Education Certificate City and Guilds 730 (from Oldham College).
1989 Certificate in Health Service Management (from Salford College).
1992 Certificate in Education (from Oldham College / Salford University).
This qualification was registered with UKCC in 1997
1996 BA (Hons) Health Studies (from Manchester Metropolitan University).
The dissertation explored issues around E Grade Nurses Professional Development.
2000 MSc Professional Practice (Nursing) (from University of Huddersfield).
The dissertation explored the needs of informal carers of stroke patients and multidisciplinary working
Leigh, J & Rutherford, J & Wild, J & Cappleman, J & Hynes, C 2012, 'Using the patchwork text assessment as a vehicle for evaluating students' perceptions of their clinical leadership development', Nurse Education in Practice, 12, pp.46-51.
Owens, D & Rutherford, J 2007, 'The Development of Work-based Learning as Part of Post-qualifying Education: A Case Study from the School of Nursing', Industry and Higher Education, 21(5), pp.361-366.