Rhona Williams

Miss Rhona Williams

Lecturer/ Member of Athena SWAN for the Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Midwifery and Child Health

Summary

Rhona worked as a midwife and a neonatal nurse for many years, eventually specialising as an advanced neonatal nurse practitioner before her appointment at the University of Hull. She has led a range of pre- and post-registration educational provision, and currently teaches on the pre-registration midwifery and nursing programmes. Her main interest is in neonatal nursing practice.

Undergraduate

BSc Midwifery

- The Neonate (including the systematic examinaton of the newborn)

Postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery & MSc Midwifery

- The Neonate (including the systematic examination of the newborn)

BSc Nursing (all)

- Fundamentals of Professional Practice

BSc Nursing (Child)

- Practice 1 - Child Nursing

- Practice 2 - Child Nursing

- Foundations in Children's Nursing

- Acute Health Care Needs of the Child

- Meeting the Longer Term Health Care Needs of the Child

- Safe and Competent Nursing

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

A meta-ethnographic synthesis of fathers' experiences of the neonatal intensive care unit environment during hospitalization of their premature infants

Sisson, H., Jones, C., Williams, R., & Lachanudis, L. (2015). A meta-ethnographic synthesis of fathers’ experiences of the neonatal intensive care unit environment during hospitalization of their premature infants. Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal nursing : JOGNN, 44(4), 471-480. https://doi.org/10.1111/1552-6909.12662

Commentary on Nyqvist KH, Sorell A & Ewald U (2005) Litmus tests for verification of feeding tube locations in infants: Evaluation of their clinical use. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 486-495

Jolley, J., Elliott, B., & Williams, R. (2005). Commentary on Nyqvist KH, Sorell A & Ewald U (2005) Litmus tests for verification of feeding tube locations in infants: Evaluation of their clinical use. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 486-495. Journal of clinical nursing, 14(8 A), 1029-1030. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2702.2005.01181.x