Mr Llewellyn Morgan
Lecturer in Children's Nursing
Nursing
Telephone: (01792) 604656
Room: Office - 167
Ground Floor
Glyndwr Building
Singleton Campus

I am a lecturer within the children and young person’s nursing team, and have moved into academia following a successful children’s nursing career spanning 20 years. I am a qualified Children’s Nurse and School Nurse. I also hold a Master’s degree in Advanced Practice in Child Health and I am a nurse immuniser alongside being a community nurse prescriber. My specific areas of expertise lie in safeguarding children, public health nursing, nurse-led enuresis management, and in children’s outpatient management.

My main research interest is the role of the Children’s Nurse within safeguarding practice.

Publications

  1. & Interprofessional Collaborative Education: Undergraduate Nursing and Social Work Students Preparation for Safeguarding Children Practice. Calgary (Alberta), Canada: Sigma's 30th International Nursing Research Congress.
  2. (2017). Are we failing to prepare? School Nurse Perceptions of Undergraduate Safeguarding Children Education. University of South Wales: Specialist Public Health Practitioner Good Practice Conference.
  3. & School nurses' perceptions of undergraduate children's nursing safeguarding education. British Journal of School Nursing 12(5), 226-233.

Teaching

  • PPS205 Safeguarding in Health and Social Care

    This module provides students with theoretical knowledge and understanding of safeguarding within health and social care. This is a broad introduction to safeguarding and will include the development of relevant legal frameworks and guidance and the responsibilities of different professional groups and agencies to work together to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults.

  • SHG239 Health Promotion and Public Health

    This module provides an opportunity for any individual with a role in health promotion to develop their knowledge and understanding of this topical subject area. Within the module students will develop an understanding of theories, concepts, principles, complexities, debates and new insights relating to health promotion in public health. Ways in which health related changes can be encouraged and supported will also be incorporated to equip the student for future clinical practice.

  • SHG372 Health Promotion and Public Health

    This module provides an opportunity for any individual with a role in Health Promotion to develop their knowledge and understanding of this topical subject area. Within the module students will develop an understanding of theories, concepts, principles, complexities, debates and new insights relating to health promotion in public health. Ways in which health related changes can be encouraged and supported will also be incorporated to equip the student for future clinical practice.

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
2017 Present Lecturer (Children's Nursing) Swansea University
2011 2017 School Nurse Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
2007 2011 Junior Charge Nurse - Childrens Outpatients/ General Paediatrics Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
1999 2003 Staff Nurse, Neonatal ICU & Children’s Outpatients Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
1998 1999 Staff nurse – Nottingham neonatal service Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
1997 1998 Staff nurse – paediatrics and neonatal intensive care unit Swansea NHS Trust