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Publications

  1. & Breaking bad news:the need for a coping mechanism in paramedicine. International Paramedic Practice 7(1), 3-7.
  2. The Concept of Homeliness-in-Care in Nurse Emotional Labor in Pediatric and Community End-of-Life Settings.. Asia-Pacific Journal of Oncology Nursing 17(1)
  3. Emotion management in children’s palliative care nursing.. Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 14
  4. Maunder, E.Z. (2003): Community Children’s Nursing. The Need for Development.. Paediatric Nursing. 15(9), 20-22.
  5. The Challenge of Transitional care for Young people with Life limiting Illness.. British Journal of Nursing. 13(10), 594-596.

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Teaching

  • EYXM13 Advanced Practice with Children

    This module provides an opportunity for students to develop and demonstrate their ability to practice at an advanced level, and to integrate theoretical learning from this programme and elsewhere into their professional work with children and their environments. Students will need to have the support of an experienced professional colleague in selecting, planning and undertaking a suitable piece of work. It should be chosen and undertaken so as to show how theoretical perspectives studied on the course relate to a particular problem or situation encountered in the student¿s professional work. Students will be required to present evidence of their work in the form of a detailed written report together with any other appropriate material. This will need to be accompanied by a report from the colleague who advised them (who may or may not be their employer) providing an independent evaluation of the work done. Students will need to be aware of the need to preserve confidentiality. Students on this module will require enhanced DBS clearance.

  • SHG3041 Fundamentals of Community Practice

    Following a community nursing review commissioned by the Welsh Assembly Government in 2006) it was recommended that a more flexible, modular framework for the development of community nursing be made available across Wales, hence the development of this All Wales module. The module will frontload the Specialist Practice Qualification (SPQ) in community nursing and can be used to AP(E)L against the SPQ. The module can also be delivered as a standalone module that will continue to be funded by WAG and will run for 15 weeks (theory and practice). A flexible approach will be used to deliver the module with some sessions being provided through blackboard. There are four themes incorporated in the module where each theme has a theoretical and clinical outcome. The themes are: Community as the Context of Care, Professional Role and Accountability, Clinical Practice in the community, The Family (sociological and psychological perspectives). Each student will be supported by a sign off mentor or Community Practice Teacher (CPT) in a practice setting that has undergone an educational audit. The CPT / sign-off mentor will assess the student¿s competency to practice.

  • SHN134 Developing Nursing Knowledge (Child)

    This module aims to equip student nurses to work with individuals, service users, carers and the multi disciplinary team when planning and providing appropriate evidence based care. The concepts of Clinical Governance and clinical assessment and decision making will be explored. The module will build on previous knowledge to facilitate the development of theoretical and practical knowledge so that the individual can recognise and act when there is a risk to the client/service user of physical or mental health problems across the lifespan.

  • SHN274 Developing the Practice of Nursing (Adult)

    The philosophy of this core module is the belief that continued development underpins professional practice. Throughout their professional lives, qualified nurses need to take responsibility for their own learning and development. In order to achieve this, they need to be able to recognise their learning and developmental needs, developing appropriate strategies to fulfil them. Development encompasses both personal and professional aspects as one cannot be separated from the other. This module draws on the content of other modules within the year and on experiences in practice in order to develop the concept of professional practice. Students will demonstrate this learning through the medium of a portfolio and by producing a patchwork text.

  • SHN275 Health Promotion and Public Health (Child Nursing)

    Health promotion and public health are essential components of the nurse‿s role. This module aims to provide students with an understanding of public health development, the nurse‿s role and priorities for action such as inequalities, advocacy and partnership working. Key principles of health promotion and its role within public health will also be explored. The module will also provide students with knowledge of how to promote health within practice across the lifespan in a variety of settings

  • SHN279 Long-Term Conditions and Palliative Care (Child)

    This module aims to equip student nurses to work with individuals, family, carers and the multi disciplinary team when providing appropriate care and care management for the individual in continuing and palliative care. Students will develop an understanding of the appropriate assessment, negotiation and care planning for this vulnerable group and understand the importance of respect, dignity and choice. The philosophy of the module is to support the individual, family and carers in negotiating care provision that meets their requirement.

  • SHN285 Developing the Practice of Nursing (Child)

    The philosophy of this core module is the belief that continued development underpins professional practice. Throughout their professional lives, qualified nurses need to take responsibility for their own learning and development. In order to achieve this, they need to be able to recognise their learning and developmental needs, developing appropriate strategies to fulfil them. Development encompasses both personal and professional aspects as one cannot be separated from the other. This module draws on the content of other modules within the year and on experiences in practice in order to develop the concept of professional practice. Students will demonstrate this learning through the medium of a portfolio and by producing a patchwork text.

  • SHN286 Developing the Practice of Nursing (Mental Health)

    The philosophy of this core module is the belief that continued development underpins professional practice. Throughout their professional lives, qualified nurses need to take responsibility for their own learning and development. In order to achieve this, they need to be able to recognise their learning and developmental needs, developing appropriate strategies to fulfil them. Development encompasses both personal and professional aspects as one cannot be separated from the other. This module draws on the content of other modules within the year and on experiences in practice in order to develop the concept of professional practice. Students will demonstrate this learning through the medium of a portfolio and by producing a patchwork text.

  • SHN3046 Principles and Practice of Community Children's Nursing

    The module focuses on key principles and practice issues relevant to community children¿s nursing. It explores strategic influences on clinical care, multidisciplinary working, identifying and assessing community care need, implementing and evaluating care, family centered care from a community perspective, professional responsibility and transitional care planning. There are three themes incorporated in the module where each theme has a theoretical and clinical outcome. The themes are: Community as the Context of Care, Professional Challenges of the Community Children¿s Nursing Role and Decision Making and Advanced Assessment.

  • SHN3047 Community Children's Nursing Essential Skills

    The module focuses on skills deemed essential for competent and effective community children¿s nursing. The curriculum was delivered in consultation with qualified community children¿s nurses currently practicing as community children¿s nurses. The theoretical component links to the clinical outcomes of the practice portfolio. There are five themes incorporated in the module where each theme has a theoretical and clinical outcome. The themes are Community Care of Vulnerable Children/Young People, Palliative and End of Life Care, Continuing Care, Care of children/Young people with Short-Term Care Needs and Integrated Care of Children/Young People with Chronic Conditions.

Supervision

  • An Ethnographic Study exploring the knowledge of Children and Young People diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes and Health Promotion Strategies employed in Saudi Arabia (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Louise Condon
    Other supervisor: Dr Sherrill Snelgrove