Miss Rachel Carter
Associate Professor (Education)
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health)
- Safeguarding children
- Childcare in the community
- Family public health
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Programme Lead for MNurse Pre-registration Nursing, Lecturer in Nursing (Child Health).
My background is in children's nursing and health visiting. RGN (adult and child), registered health visitor, diploma in professional nursing (Dist), post-graduate certificate in education, MEd.
Royal College of Nursing, Steering Committee Member RCN.
Roles on external bodies
Steering Committee member, Children's Community Nursing Forum RCN
My teacning interests are safeguarding children and child issues in the community.
Staff serving as external examiners
External examiner to community children's nursing course (L3) University of Glamorgan
External examiner to community children's nursing course (L3) Oxford Brookes University
I am interested in research and chldren and am involved with the the diabetes clinical research unit at Tamar Science Park. I am responsible for measurement of children and preparing children to have venepuncture and other tests.
Carter R, McEwing G (1996). "A Short Course not a Short Cut". Paediatric Nursing, Oct 1996.
Carter R, (1997) “PNs: Facilitators of Learning”. Practice Nursing, 18 Nov 1997
Glasper, McEwing, Richards 2006 Oxford handbook of children’s and young people’s nursing. Section on Safeguarding children. Oxford University Press
Jeffery K, McEwing G, Doman M, Kelsey J, Chambers M, Carter R. (2007) Theory Focused Practice: enhancing student learning in children’s nursing practice. Paediatric Nursing July vol 19 no 6 pp36.
09.96 International Paediatric Conference. A Short Course for Nurses Caring for Children in Adult Areas.
09.98 International Paediatric Conference ENB N82: A Review
HIRR Dipmab March 2005
Jeffery K, McEwing G, Doman M, Kelsey J, Chambers M, Carter R. (2007) Theory Focused Practice: enhancing student learning in children’s nursing practice.
Safeguarding Children: A Contemporary View. March 2008. University of Plymouth