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School of Health and Society

Maureen McMahon

Senior Lecturer

Biography

I have been a member of the School since January 1981 previously a Senior Ward sister Medical / Renal /Oncology nursing. During this period I have had various roles; programme leadership, appraiser, module membership and University Link Lecturer. I am involved with teaching both pre and post qualifying/ post graduate studies and enjoy the School RPL/ APL role and the work based learning framework for the university. WBL has enabled me to engage more effectively with communities, I have remained an active member of the Service Users & Carers group from being a co-founder 12 years ago.

Teaching

Preparation for Mentorship

Independent Learning Advanced Practice

Independent Learning MSc Nursing

RPL / APL

Pre registration Group M16

ULL 5 areas SRFT

Post Graduate certificate WBL PL 2 modules

Research Interests

VC Award 2016 Community Engagement

Qualifications and Memberships

RN, RM, RCNT, RNT, BSc (Hons) Nursing, MSc Practitioner Research, MA Education. Salford Royal NHS Hospital Foundation Member, RCN and UCU.

Publications

Eyres.R., Harrison., McMahon, M. and Potts, R. (2011)  Work Based Learning for Community Cohesion Training in the Social Housing Sector chapter 9 in  Dhillion, B., Edmonds, T., Felce, A., Minton, A. and Wall, T (Eds) Making Employer and University Partnerships Work.  Oxfordshire, Carnegie Publishing pp 72-79.