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Mrs Debbie Crickmore

Lecturer in Learning Disability and Programme Director for BSc Nursing (Learning Disability)

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Health and Social Work

Summary

After more than 20 years as a registered learning disability nurse locally, Debbie was seconded part-time to the faculty as a lecturer practitioner in 2001, joining as a full-time lecturer in 2004. Although she trained in a long-stay mental handicap hospital, most of her NHS experience is in community residential and domiciliary support of adults and children with learning disabilities and their families. Debbie became a specialist practitioner in community learning disability nursing in 1998 and completed an MSc Health Professional Studies (Lecturer) in 2008. Article, 'Education and training for learning disability practice: key messages from contemporary literature', was the most downloaded article in the Journal of Intellectual Disabilities in 2010.

Book Chapter

Determining health and social care in adulthood

Dearing, M., & Crickmore, D. (2014). Determining health and social care in adulthood. Intellectual disability in health and social care, 173 - 190. Routledge

Journal Article

Education and training for learning disability practice: key messages from contemporary literature

Crickmore, D., & Wray, J. (2009). Education and training for learning disability practice: key messages from contemporary literature. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 13(4), 291 - 304. doi:10.1177/1744629509355725

Education and training for learning disability practice: Key messages from contemporary literature

Crickmore, D., & Wray, J. (2009). Education and training for learning disability practice: Key messages from contemporary literature. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 13(4), 291-304. doi:10.1177/1744629509355725

Nursing Abroad: Caribbean Challenge

Atherton, H., & Crickmore, D. (1999). Nursing Abroad: Caribbean Challenge. Nursing Times, 95(30), 34 - 35

Presentation / Conference

The student lifecycle: Engaging past, present and future students

Dearing, M., & Crickmore, D. (2009, June). The student lifecycle: Engaging past, present and future students. Poster presented at Higher Education Academy (HEA) Annual Conference: The Future of the Student Learning Experience