John Barclay

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Senior Lecturer - Adult Nursing

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    Health and Social Care / Adult Nursing and Midwifery
 

John Barclay first began nursing in 1980 as a mental health nurse. He worked in the field until 1985 when he undertook his Registered General Nurse training, subsequently gaining a RGN in 1987.

Most of his general nursing background was in critical care; mainly intensive care, including care of patients with neurological conditions. John also has experience working in cardiac critical care. This experience includes working in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on a number of occasions.

Teaching has always been an interest of John's and he began teaching on a full-time basis in 1999, initially as a Lecturer Practitioner in a Private London Hospital. He also spent one year in Saudi Arabia as a Clinical teacher.

On his return he designed and delivered a Supervised Practice course for overseas students in a London Hospital so that they could register with the Nursing and Midwifery Counsel in the United Kingdom. Whilst delivering this course, John had the opportunity to visit training facilities in India.

John moved into higher education in 2003 where he has been teaching pre-registration students at two universities.

John Barclay began teaching on a full-time basis in 1999; this was initially as a Lecturer Practitioner in a Private London Hospital. He then spent a year in Saudi Arabia as a Clinical teacher covering two Medical/Surgical Intensive care units.

On his return, John designed and delivered a Supervised Practice course for overseas students in a London Hospital so that they could register with the Nursing and Midwifery Counsel in the United Kingdom. Whilst delivering this course he had the opportunity to visit training facilities in India.

John moved into higher education in 2003 where he has been teaching pre-registration students at two universities. During this time, John has been involved in teaching mainly acute pre-registration nursing and has developed and co-ordinated several modules in this area. He also teaches on the Post Graduate Certificate and Diploma courses for teaching and delivers lectures on several post registration acute care modules. In regards to curriculum development, he has been on two new curriculum planning committees.

John's current role is Programme leader for two Nursing programmes in Malaysia and he is presently involved in writing the curriculum for these programmes.

"Qualitative Research Student Nurses Experience of Mentorship." Conducted for Masters Thesis and not published (2010)

 
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