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Job Title: Associate Professor - Integrated Practice
Location: Kingston Hill Campus
Margaret's career experiences span regulation, education and nursing practice. She is currently an Associate Professor in Integrated Practice at Kingston and St Georges University London. Previously, Margaret was the Course Director for the two years Post Graduate Diploma in Nursing programme and Senior Lecturer, Adult field lead in nursing within the BSc (Hons) three year nursing programme. These roles have provided Margaret with an overview of nursing education and extensive involvement in curriculum design, academic regulations, quality and assessments. She led the design and implementation of the Pre-Registration Standards of Nursing Education (2010) into a BSc (Hons) and PGDip program.
Margaret's teaching experience within adult nursing spans across both the acute within Trauma and Resuscitation and the community, through Case Management, Long Term Conditions and Public Health. She continues to have involvement within simulation and skills.
In her existing role of Associate Professor, Integrated Practice She holds responsibility for leading on the bespoke/customised work within the school of nursing, networking and collaborating with practice partners, HEI and voluntary/private sectors to negotiate a flexible model of education that meets the needs of clinical practice adhering to the organisations Strategic Transformational Plan. During her role as the Course Director for the Post Graduate Diploma in Nursing programme she was responsible for the day to day running of the two year programme, managing assessment processes both in theory and practice and was responsible for the quality of nursing educational provision for the PGDip program. She represents St Georges University of London on the Faculty Quality Committee. This gives her a faculty perspective on both quality and the teaching and learning strategy. This role has enabled Margaret to build on the implementation and evaluation of the all graduate degree/post graduate programs.
As part of the senior management group Margaret have joint input into both pre-registration and workforce development teams. She have chaired the Pre-Registration assessment boards and continue to act as an internal monitor with the university enabling Margaret to show responsibility for the assessment processes from formulation of assessment criteria to marking, moderation and publication of results.
Interprofessional education, employability, case management, transferable skills within newly qualified nurses.
Developed through workforce development an in-house rehabilitation training programme for staff at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton.
Developed through successful partnership working an in-house rehabilitation training programme for staff from Tolworth Hospital.
External Examiner - Oxford Brooks University
NMC Adult reviewer
Davenport, Maggie, Ooms, Ann and Marks-Maran, Di
Learning about population-health through a community practice learning project: An evaluation study.
Nurse Education in Practice, 17,
ISSN (print) 1471-5953
Davenport, Maggie, Brady, Mary, Smith, Penny and Keen, Martyn
Choosing the right field of nursing.
In: Elcock, Karen, (ed.)
Getting into nursing.
London, U.K. : Sage.
(Transforming Nursing Practice)