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School/Division:Health and Social Care / Adult Nursing and Midwifery
As an RGN (Adult), Susan Maddex has an interest in assisting students with gaining a clear understanding of the care of the patient who attends Accident and Emergency. She works as an A&E nurse and attempts to bring her clinical experiences to the lecture environment.
Susan holds an honorary contract with a local NHS Trust to assist her in reviewing her clinical skills and ensuring her practice remains current.
Whilst at LSBU, she has gained an understanding of the FdSc Acute Hospital care for health care support workers, She also teaches on pre-registration and CPPD programmes. Previously, she has experience of delivering clinical skills and AE lectures to pre and post-registration students. She also has people management skills as she has previously been course director for pre-registration and post-registration courses at another university.
Susan enjoys new challenges in her work and looks for ways to facilitate and improve the student learning experience.
FdSc Acute hospital care
- Pre registration clinical skills. simulation
- Clinical skills and simulation
- Introduction to clinical care skills
- Developing clinical care skills
- Fluid balance and nutrition
- Cardiac care - Rhythm recognition , ECG interpretation acute care of the cardiac patient
- Respiratory care - acute care
- Accident and Emergency care
- Deteriorating patient recognition and management
- Anatomy and physiology
- Applied anatomy and physiology
Susan has participated in the following research areas:
- Patients perceptions of the triage nurses role in AE
- Students perceptions of the facilitators role in Enquiry based learning
Susan currently volunteers in a care home and has an Honorary contract with the NHS Trust.