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Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Phone: 020 8417 5709
Location: Kingston Hill room 6117
Mary qualified as a registered general nurse in 1982 and as a registered sick children's nurse in 1984. She has qualifications in teaching and assessing (PGCHE, ENB 998), the care of children who require intensive care (ENB 415) and patients who have HIV (ENB 934).
Mary's career in practice has spanned roles in a coronary care unit, general medical and surgical ward and regional surgical unit for 0-1 year olds, a children's cardiac intensive care unit, regional neonatal unit and a general children's ward for 0-18 year olds.
Mary has taught a variety of pre and post-registration nursing, midwifery and paramedic students at Kingston and St George's. During this time, Mary has been the module leader for several modules and is currently the module leader for two pre-registration modules.
Mary reviews potential research papers for the Journal of Clinical Nursing, the Journal of Nursing Ethics and is an external examiner at Huddersfield University.
Concept of the 'good nurse'
Preparation for practice for pre-registration nurse students
Hospitalized children's views of the good nurse.
Nursing Ethics, 16(5),
ISSN (print) 0969-7330
In: Peate, Ian and Gormley-Fleming, Elizabeth, (eds.)
Fundamentals of children's anatomy and physiology: a textbook for nursing and healthcare students.
Chichester, U.K. : Wiley.
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)
Brady, Mary, Price, Jayne, Bolland, Rachael and Finnerty, Gina
‘A multitude of fears coupled with excitement’. Children’s nursing students’ experiences of their first practice placement.
In: LAMP Mentor Conference: The Role of the Mentor in Supporting the Newly Qualified Nurse;
04 Dec 2015, London, U.K..
Brady, M, Price, J, Finnerty, G and Bolland, R
A multitude of fears coupled with excitement – children’s nursing students feelings prior to their first practice placement.
In: Developing Health Educators for the Future: A Multiprofessional Education Conference for London and the South East;
07 Jul 2015, London, U.K..