Ms Angela Williams
Senior Lecturer
Nursing
Telephone: (01792) 205678 ext 8549
Room: Office - 209
First Floor
Glyndwr Building
Singleton Campus

Publications

  1. & An investigation of nurse educator’s perceptions and experiences of undertaking clinical practice. Nurse Education Today 28(8), 899-908.
  2. Emotion work in paramedic practice: The implications for nurse educators. Nurse Education Today 32(4), 368–372
  3. A study of emotion work in student paramedic practice. Nurse Education Today
  4. The strategies used to deal with emotion work in student paramedic practice. Nurse Education in Practice
  5. Article -Nursing models and contemporary nursing 1: their development, uses and limitations.. Nursing Times 106(23), 18-20.

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Teaching

  • SHGM18 Foundations in Research

    The purpose of this module is to provide a critical understanding of the research process and methodological approaches to sound applied research. The module will be delivered in a systematic approach facilitating individual and group learning, and will stimulate the development of research skills that will enable learners to apply them in their work environment and contribute to strengthening the notion and implementation of evidence based practice.

  • SHN126 Learning to Learn in Higher Education and Clinical Practice

    This module aims to prepare students to study effectively in Higher Education and in the clinical setting. Completion of the module will empower the student to participate effectively in acquiring knowledge through a variety of learning strategies enabling progression towards becoming an independent learner in both academic and clinical settings.

  • SHN127 What is Nursing? (Adult)

    This module will allow students to gain insight into the clinical decision making process its importance in planning safe and effective care to a range of service users/clients. The module will explore the development of nursing and its values. The theories of nursing and the nursing process will be introduced.

  • SHN128 Developing Nursing Knowledge (Adult)

    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.

  • SHN129 Introduction to Professional Practice (Adult)

    The philosophy of the 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 experiences in practice to introduce the concept of professional practice. The students will demonstrate this learning through the medium of a portfolio and by producing a patchwork text.

  • SHN131 Introduction to the Fundamentals of Nursing Practice (Mental Health)

    This core module addresses specific keys areas relating to the fundamentals of nursing practice and clinical exposure. The module will introduce students to the profession of nursing, the underpinning values of the nursing profession and the professional codes of practice. The importance of patient dignity, respect, care and compassion will be integrated throughout the module and related to safe, person-centred care. The module will introduce the students to meeting the client/service user¿s physical and emotional needs.

  • SHN132 What is Nursing? (Child)

    This module will allow students to gain insight into the clinical decision making process its importance in planning safe and effective care to a range of service users/clients. The module will explore the development of nursing and its values. The theories of nursing and the nursing process will be introduced.

  • SHN133 What is Nursing? (Mental Health)

    This module will allow students to gain insight into the clinical decision making process its importance in planning safe and effective care to a range of service users/clients. The module will explore the development of nursing and its values. The theories of nursing and the nursing process will be introduced

  • SHN136 Introduction to Professional Practice (Child)

    The philosophy of the 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 experiences in practice to introduce the concept of professional practice. The students will demonstrate this learning through the medium of a portfolio and by producing a patchwork text.

  • SHN137 Introduction to Professional Practice (Mental Health)

    The philosophy of the 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 experiences in practice to introduce the concept of professional practice. The students will demonstrate this learning through the medium of a portfolio and by producing a patchwork text.

  • SHN277 Acute Care (Child)

    This module will develop the students‿ awareness of acute situations, identify and reduce associated risks and how to prioritise in nursing care in the field of children‿s nursing. The module will further develop the students‿ assessment, intervention and management skills underpinned by professional responsibility.

  • SHND00 Dissertation (Adult)

    This module consolidates and expands upon the knowledge and skills developed throughout the programme. Specifically, students will be prepared to work independently in order to critically review or further develop the evidence base on a chosen nursing topic.

  • SHND07 Dissertation (Child)

    This module consolidates and expands upon the knowledge and skills developed throughout the programme. Specifically, students will be prepared to work independently in order to critically review or further develop the evidence base on a chosen nursing topic.

  • SHND08 Dissertation (Mental Health)

    This module consolidates and expands upon the knowledge and skills developed throughout the programme. Specifically, students will be prepared to work independently in order to critically review or further develop the evidence base on a chosen nursing topic.

  • SHTM31 Dissertation

    This module builds upon the knowledge and skills developed in part one of the programme. Students are required to critically explore the evidence for their own professional practice. Those students wishing to undertake the portfolio dissertation should have successfully completed a work based learning module.

  • SHTM39 Advanced Practice Portfolio Dissertation

    This module enables the student to undertake a significant piece of academic enquiry concerning their development as an advanced practitioner. The student will use their own portfolio as data, critically examine this and produce a dissertation equivalent to 20,000 words.