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Maxine Pryce-Miller

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: m.prycemiller@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 542648

Qualifications

Ed doc

MA Education

PGDip Education

PGCert Education

BSc (Hons) Health Sciences

Registered Sick Children’s Nurse

Registered General Nurse

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Teaching Interests

I have a specific interest around teaching and learning, specifically self-directed learning.  I am also interested in teaching and learning of International students within and outside of Europe.

Research Interests

My research interests are around the learning experiences of students from an undergraduate and post graduate perspective.

Professional Bodies

Professional Bodies

I am a current member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council

Publications

Publications

Pryce-Miller, M. (2016) The shape of learning in pre-registration nurse education: perceptions of self-direction in nurse educators and undergraduate nursing students. Presentation at the Royal College of Nursing International Education Conference, 16th March 2016

Pryce-Miller, M. (2015) Using systematic reviews to inform nursing practice. Nursing Standard 29, 52, 52-58.

Pryce-Miller, M. & Emanuel, V. (2014) Developing compassion in pre-registration education. Nursing Times Vol 110 (37) 17-19

Emanuel, V. & Pryce-Miller, M. (2013) Creating supportive environments for students. Nursing Times Vol 109 (37) 18-20

Pryce-Miller, M. et al (2011) Developing evidence-based practice amongst students. Nursing Times Vol 107 (49-50) 21-23

Pryce-Miller, M. (2010) Are first year undergraduate student nurses prepared for self-directed learning Nursing Times Vol 106 (46) 16-18

Emanuel, V. & Pryce-Miller, M. (2010) On-going education would boost competency in drug calculations Nursing Times Vol 106 (34) 8

Emanuel, V. & Pryce-Miller. M. (2009) Exploring the factors contributing to drug errors and how to improve knowledge Nursing Times 105 (46) 16-18

 

 

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

I work for the Nurses Association of Jamaica (UK), a registered charity in the capacity of Vice President and Trustee.