Johanna McMullan

    Johanna McMullan

    Lecturer (Education)

    Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 2688

    For media contact email comms.office@qub.ac.uk
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    Teaching

     

    Teaching

    I am a NMC registered teacher and have completed my PGCHCP, and Masters degree with distinction.  I currently teach at both pre-registration and post –registration level into my areas of expertise.  The quality of my teaching has been consistently evaluated as excellent. Over my teaching career, the quality of my academic and clinical teaching has been enhanced through completion of teaching courses such as: e-teaching; Evidence based learning; Small group teaching; Evidence-based practice Linking teaching and research; Writing learning outcomes; and module design Postgraduate supervisors. Examples of teaching reviews are below.

    I am module coordinator for The Health and well-being module for 450 undergraduate students a year: duties include,  To effectively organize and co-ordinate the module, plan rooms, write module booklet, organize teaching and formulate exams, marking etc. To collate results and present at exam board twice a year.

    In undergraduate education I teach into the following modules: 

    NFM1101-QUB-FYR [Health and Wellbeing]

    Aim:  To enable the student to acquire, knowledge and understanding of the relevant foundational concepts within the biological sciences and to introduce students to the social sciences (psychology and sociology), highlighting their relevance to an understanding of health and healthcare and specifically the delivery of nursing care to adults, children, those with learning disabilities and/ or mental health needs and maternity care for women and their families. An 18 week, 40 credit module delivered in 'blocks' of 6 weeks twice yearly. 286 hours            

     

    NFM1105-QUB-FYR [Evidence Based Nursing 1]

    Evidence based practice; what constitutes evidence. Developing clinical questions identifying PICO (Population, Intervention, Comparator, Outcome). Extracting search terms from PICO. Searching for evidence; familiarity with online databases & other resources. Relationship between research, guidance & policy. Principles of qualitative and quantitative research designs and methods. Basic principles of data collection & analysis (qualitative & quantitative). Ethical issues; informed consent, confidentiality, anonymity and ethics committees.

    Lectures= 18 hours; Workbook = 120 hours; CILGs = 10 hours; 252 hours reading and assessment.

     

    In post graduate education I teach into the following modules:

    HSN3041-QUB-AUT [Practice Skills in Orthopaedic/Fracture Trauma Nursing]

     Module Title : Assessment & Management of the Adult Patient with Major Fracture Trauma (L3) Course Contents
    Epidemiology and mechanism of injury; principles of fracture management; nursing assessment and management of the adult patient with fracture trauma and musculoskeletal oncology; assessment and management of complications; health education; rehabilitation of the patient with fracture trauma, transfer of the critically ill patient; role of the trauma nurse within the MDT; application of research to practice

    NRS3045-QUB-AUT [Assessment & Management of the Adult Patient with Major Fracture Trauma (L3)]

     Module Title : Assessment & Management of the Adult Patient with Major Fracture Trauma (L3) Course Contents
    Epidemiology and mechanism of injury; principles of fracture management; nursing assessment and management of the adult patient with fracture trauma and musculoskeletal oncology; assessment and management of complications; health education; rehabilitation of the patient with fracture trauma, transfer of the critically ill patient; role of the trauma nurse within the MDT; application of research to practice.

    I am Personal tutor to 32 pre registration nursing students: To provide support and feedback on portfolio submissions. To assist students with personal development plans.

     

    I am also Link lecturer to 17 clinical areas ranging from Accident and Emergency and Intensive Care to Bangor G.P Unit. This role involves supporting and developing students’ knowledge in relevant ward areas. Assess each student in these areas. To undertake management assessment on phase 9 students in relevant areas. To support mentors in clinical practice. To undertake ward audits for all clinical areas. Attend adult partnership meetings with trust colleagues. 

    Interests

     

    Journal

    ISSNs: 0966-0461

    Journal

    ISSNs: 0260-6917

    Journal

    ISSNs: 1362-1017

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1478-5153

    Journal

    ISSNs: 0029-6570

    ISSNs (Electronic): 2047-9018

    Journal

    ISSNs: 0954-7762

    Achievements

     

    Nursing Education Today’s Best Presentation Award: Fitzwilliam College Cambridge 2007

    Higher Education Academy, Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine: Best Presentation Award: Newcastle upon Tyne: 2008

     

    Awarded Distinction in Masters degree 2013

    Particulars

    Academic qualifications:

     

    Masters in Nursing Practice (Distinction)

    BN (Hons): GlasgowUniversity 1993-1997

    PGCE: Queens University 2007

    Advanced Life Support: University of Surrey 2001

    Advanced Trauma Life Support Course: University of Surrey 2001

    Paediatric Advanced Life Support: University of Surrey 2002

    Trauma Nurses Care Course: St. Georges Teaching Hospital: 2003

    English National Board: 199: Post Graduate Qualification in Accident and Emergency Care: 2000

    English National Board:998: Post Graduate Qualification in Teaching and Assessing

    NVQ Assessors’ Award: 1999

    NVQ Internal Verifiers Award: 2002

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