Mr Martyn Bradbury
Profiles

Mr Martyn Bradbury

Lecturer in Nursing (Adult)

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)

Role

Teaching andĀ Co-ordinationĀ of clinical skills acoss all four University of Plymouth sites.

Qualifications

Registered General Nurse

General Intensive Care Course

Cardiac Care Certificate
BSc Professional Nursing Studies

MSc Health Care: Professional Education

Certificate in Education (Adult )

Foundation Management Certificate

Professional membership

Royal College of Nursing

Roles on external bodies

Editorial board member and reviewer for British Journal of Nursing

Teaching interests

Clinical skills.

Pre-registration nurse education.

Adult Nursing and high dependency care with a particular interest in cardiac and respiratory medicine.

The physiological and pathophysiological basis for nursing care.

Research interests

Effective clinical skills teaching & the use of Objective Structured Examinations (OSCE's) in pre-registration education.

Grants & contracts

CEPPL 2006: Objective Structured Clinical Examinations; Expert Clinical Examiners Decision Processes? Are they Recognition Primed and is intuition a reliable decision strategy?
CEPPL 2007 Manual handling/Taking Care of Your Back: An e learning resource

Since 2000 only

Bradbury M, Cruickshank J P (2000) Blood Transfusion: crucial steps in maintaining safe practice. British Journal of Nursing 9(3), 134-138.

Bradbury M (2000) Blood Transfusion: crucial steps in maintaining safe practice. Commentary letter, British Journal of Nursing 9(7), 392.

Chapters in books

Bradbury M, Cruickshank J P (2000) Blood and Blood Transfusion Reactions in Cruickshank J P, Bradbury M, Ashurst S, eds Aspects of Cardiovascular Nursing, 228-248, Dinton, Quay Books.

Book Editorial

Cruickshank J P, Bradbury M, Ashurst S, eds (2000) Aspects of Cardiovascular Nursing. Dinton, Quay Books.

Electronic Publication

Ashurst S, Bradbury M, Cruickshank J P eds (2000) Aspects of Wound Care. Dinton, Quay Books. URL http:www.quaybooks.com

Reports & invited lectures

RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2007: Meeting the challenges of modern day practice: Exploring the clinical skills required of undergraduate nursing students

Other academic activities

Member of School executive

Member of Health and Safety Committee

Member of Peninsula Clinical skills forum