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Miss Jackie Wright

Lecturer/ Module Leader

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Health and Social Work

Summary

Jackie is a registered children's nurse who worked across the NHS in both the acute and community sectors before joining the University in 2002. She became a specialist practitioner (child) in 2000 and completed an MSc Health Professional Studies (Lecturer) in 2007. Jackie works with local organisations in ensuring that pre-registration ODP, midwifery and nursing students are prepared in safeguarding children and adults. She has an interest in the acquisition of clinical skills by student children's nurses, and the challenges that presents. Jackie also takes the lead in simulated practice within the BSc Nursing (Child) programme.

Presentation / Conference

The impact of safeguarding children training: A review of the literature

Wright, J., Wray, J., & Maggs, C. (2012, April). The impact of safeguarding children training: A review of the literature. Presented at British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect, 8th congress, "Keeping children safe in an uncertain world: Learning from evidence and practice"

Expectations and experiences of child branch nursing students

Wright, J. (2010, February). Expectations and experiences of child branch nursing students. Paper presented at RCN Joint Education Forum Conference