Mr Daniel Clarke
Lecturer in Adult Nursing (Education)
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health)
Follwoing my completion of my BN in Adult Nursing at the University of Southampton I moved to Surrey and took up a position as a registered nurse in the Emergency Department.
After meeting my wife we moved back to the west country to start a family.
I took a similar post to above at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
After working there for a number of years I was offered a position with the University of Plymouth as a lecturer in Adult Nursing.
My interests revolve around minor injures and illness across the life span and Emergency Medicine.
BN (Hons) Adult Nursing from Southampton
My main teaching interests are all around the Emergency Department.
I have an interest in Sustainability and Health and Wellbeing of staff and how we can educate staff to be healthier.
1 - Could students’ experiences of clinical placements be enhanced by implementing a Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP) model - A collaboration with Graham Williamson and Adele Kane.
2 - Collaborative Learning in Practice A systematic review and narrative synthesis - A multi team collaboration.
3 - 'Thinking like a nurse'. Changing the culture of nursing students' clinical learning implementing collaborative learning in practice. - A multi team collaboration.
4 - Attitudes towards climate change and sustainability: A cohort study of students and midwives exposed to sustainability education. - A multi team collaboration
5 - Can scenario-based learning support student nurses to challenge sustainability on practice: a cohort study? - A multi team collaboration.
Reports & invited lectures
I like to be active and cycle a couple of times a week.
As a full hill team member i spend at least one evening a week on the moors and regularly walk over the weekends.
Other academic activities
Module Lead for Minor illness and injuries - the principles and practice of management for unscheduled care.
Minor illness and injury module - https://dle.plymouth.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=39378