Pro Dean (Pre-Registration Education and Quality)
Telephone:020 7815 6755
School:Health and Social Care
Sue Mullaney is Pro-Dean of Pre-registration Education and Quality in the School of Health and Social Care. The role involves cross School leadership and responsibility for pre-registration education to improve student achievement, as well as accountability and oversight of the university's quality assurance systems and processes as applied in the School. Sue works with others to lead the development and implementation of an effective clinical skills strategy to ensure that pre-registration students maximise their practice learning. She has a particular interest in student assessment, feedback and progression.
Sue is qualified as both a Children's Nurse and an Adult Nurse, and has completed a Masters in Nursing and a BA (Hons) in Nursing Education. In her career as a nurse Sue specialised in children's intensive care, working in the UK and in Switzerland. Moving into higher education, Sue led on the development of Children's Nursing education, for face to face and distance learning at the Royal College of Nursing.
Externally, Sue is an External Examiner at another university, a Nursing and Midwifery Council Reviewer supporting the validation and monitoring of courses and works as consultant in the acute care setting to find creative and timely solutions for workforce change.
Most recently, here at LSBU, Sue led one of the biggest departments of children's nursing as Head of Department, working closely with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust and other central and outer London NHS Trusts. Additionally, she was involved in the Mendas project developing a recruitment tool that ensures that the right candidates are selected for education programmes to nurse children and young people and support their families.
Sue Mullaney has been responsible for the organisation, delivery, co-ordination and quality monitoring of pre and post-registration modules courses, most recently delivering a Mentoring and enabling learning in the practice setting and Leadership for children's services module in the CPPD programme, as well as supervising Integrating Studies and masters' dissertations.
Sue's sessional teaching is in the areas of professionalism, leadership, politics and mentorship.
Externally, Sue Mullaney is an External Examiner at another university, a Nursing and Midwifery Council Reviewer supporting the validation and monitoring of courses and works as consultant in the acute care setting to find creative and timely solutions for workforce change.
Sue contributes to conferences and workshops in the area of children's nursing and the development of skills teaching and simulation.