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Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Phone: 07768 145608
Location: Room 6117 Frank Lample Building Kingston Hill
Penny has been working full time as a senior lecturer in learning disability nursing since 2006 having worked part-time as an honorary lecturer before taking up the post. Prior to this she worked as a community learning disability nurse for eighteen years then as a clinical placements facilitator before joining academia.
Her professional interests lie in working with people who have autistic spectrum disorders and working with service users to enhance the student experience.
She has co-authored a chapter in a book and has had an article accepted for publication in Nurse Education in Practice entitled 'Active involvement of learning disabilities service users in the development and delivery of a teaching session to pre-registration nurses: students' perspectives'.
Service user involvement in nurse education: students' and service users' experiences.
Smith, Penny, Ooms, Ann and Marks-Maran, Di
Active involvement of learning disabilities service users in the development and delivery of a teaching session to pre-registration nurses: Students’ perspectives.
Nurse Education in Practice, 16(1),
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)