Lecturer Practitioner in Emergency Nursing
- Mary Seacole MS 2.54
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Monday Department of Emergency medicine Salford Royal Hospital Foundation Trust (SRFT)
Alternate Wednesdays “0800-1630”
During my 20 year career in Emergency Nursing I have been able to marry the academic and clinical aspects through my Lecturer Practitioner role.
Within the University of Salford my teaching is firmly focused on the development of clinical skills for Nurse Practitioner preparation and developing the future workforce of Advanced Practitioners.
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust enables me to function as Lead Nurse for professional development within the Emergency Department. My responsibilities include; the introduction and continuous development of key roles and responsibilities that improve the patient experience/service delivery i.e. Advanced Practitioners, Emergency Nurse Practitioners, & Triage Practitioners. Development of staff and systems to support safe and effective practice along with supervision of nursing staff, providing specialist intervention and education. Achievement of the DH Quality Indicators for Urgent Care through planning, implementation and evaluation of service development.
Nationally and Internationally I represent:
Manchester Triage Group and serve on the International reference group
Board level involvement with the Trauma Nursing Core Course since its introduction into the UK in 1990 and served as Chair Person, 2002-2004 & 2009-2010.
Past responsibilities include:
I served as International Faculty member with the Emergency Nurses Association USA since 1994-2007, representing the UK and Europe.
Immediate Past president Faculty of Emergency Nursing (2004 – 2009)
- Module Leader Developing Clinical Skills - Level 6 & 7, preparation of Nurse Practitioners – three branches, Injury, Illness & Paediatric.
- Module Leader – Clinical Decision Making / Reasoning & Judgment – avoiding adverse events Level 6
- Dissertation supervisor – MSc Advanced Practice
- Module Leader Practitioner Competence (from September 2011) and currently portfolio supervisor – program level, MSc Advanced Practice
- Module team member for Principles of Advanced Practice, MSc Advanced Practice
- Surry Graduateness Project – 2 year ethnographic study (I will provide a supervisory role within the Trust
Qualifications and Memberships
MSc Health Services Research & technology Assessment, SCHARR (University of Sheffield) 2001
Registered General Nurse, 1985
Registered Nurse Teacher, 1993
BA Nurse Education, Ordinary, University of Manchester 1993
Postgraduate Diploma Practitioner Skills, Manchester Metropolitan University, 1996
Active member of the following professional groups:
Fellow of the Faculty of Emergency Nursing
College of Emergency Medicine Council Member / FEN representative
Director of Education: Trauma Nursing Ltd.
Emergency Nurses Alliance – Board member
Manchester Triage Group: Steering Committee / Editor
Emergency Medicine Specialist Audit Group – board member
Member: Royal College of Nursing Emergency Care Association
Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) USA
Macway-Jones K, Marsden J, Windle J (2013) Emergency Triage 3rd Edition Wiley Blackwell London (In publication)
Windle J (2007) Epidemiology and mechanism of injury (UK specific content) Trauma Nursing Core Course (6th Ed), Emergency Nurses Association, Chicago.
Macway-Jones K, Marsden J, Windle J (2005) Emergency Triage 2nd Edition Blackwell London
P.G. Zimmermann, R.D. Herr (Eds.) (2005) Triage Nursing Secrets. Elsevier Moseby, USA. J, Windle: Authored chapter Manchester Triage System
Windle J (2005) Board's eye view. To triage, or not to triage... Emergency Nurse 13 (2) 11.
Windle J (2004) The Faculty of Emergency Nursing: where next? Emergency Nurse Vol. 12: 5 p10-13
Windle J (2004) Huge explosion of interest in Faculty. Emergency Nurse Vol. 12: 4 p2
Trauma Resuscitation: The Team Approach. 2nd Edition. (2003) Driscoll P.A.. Gwinnutt C.L. Macmillan, London. Co-Authored chapter Pain Management
J Windle, K Mackway-Jones (2003) Topics 2 Debate. See and Treat: Don’t throw triage out with the bathwater. Journal of Emergency Medicine 20:2, 119-120
Guest Editorial: Triage – but by ANY other name. Emergency Nurse; June 2002 Vol. 10 No 4
Leigh J, Monk J, Rutherford J, Windle J, Neville L. (2002) What is the future of the lecturer practitioner role – a decade on? Nurse Education in Practice 2, 208-215