Mrs Rachel Pascoe
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Mrs Rachel Pascoe

Lecturer in Acute/Critical Care Nursing

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

Role

Lecturer in Adult Nursing (Acute and Critical Care)

Role and Responsibilities
  • Programme Lead for the MSc Contemporary Healthcare and Advanced Critical Care Practitioner Programme
  • Module Lead for Advancing Research Knowledge in Practice 1 & 2 (Core Level 7 Research Modules)
  • Active team member of undergraduate and post graduate modules
  • Full teaching and marking portfolio for these modules
  • Personal tutor to pre-registration, undergraduate and post graduate students
  • Mentor Masters students academically
  • Member of curriculum development team for new curriculum
  • Stream Lead for Values, Vision and Pedagogy within the new Curriculum
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of Faculty Teaching and Learning Quality Committee

Teaching interests

·                     Facilitating and developing the teaching of adult nursing care focusing on the acute and critically ill in all settings

·                     Facilitating and developing the teaching of qualitative research, particularly Phenomenology.

·                     Clinical decision making, and the development of knowledge in practice

·                     Development and supervision of research dissertation  at Post Graduate and Undergraduate level

·                     The development of innovative learning and teaching strategies.

·                     Challenges in education, knowledge, skills acquisition and development