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Sherri Ogston-Tuck

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: s.ogston-tuck@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 542098

Qualifications

RN, BScN, PG Dip (HE), MA (HE), GDL


Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Teaching:
Law and Ethics
Leadership and Management in contemporary nursing
Medicines management/skills
Pain

Research:
Law and Ethics in nursing and healthcare practice
Medicines management
Teaching and learning enhancement
Innovation in teaching and learning

 

Professional experience

Professional experience

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
Royal College of Nursing (RCN)

Medico-Legal Society
Pain Society

Clinical Education and Staff Development
Accident and Emergency and Trauma
Cardiothoracic Intensive Care
Membership with Pain Society; Law Society; NMC; RCN

Member of Research Development Group, University of Worcester
Vice Chair of IHS Ethics Committee, University of Worcester
Panel member Medical Ethics committee, King’s College London from 2010-2012
Panel member of Cheating Committee, University of Worcester
Panel member Student in Practice Conduct Committee, King’s College London from 2009-2012

 

Publications

Publications

Ogston-Tuck S (expected 2017) ‘Ethical issues’ in Nicol J and Nyatanga B in Palliative and End of Life Care. 2nd Edition. Learning Matters

Ogston-Tuck S, Baume K, Clarke C, Heng S (2015) Understanding the patient experience though film: mixed method qualitative research project. Nurse Edu-cation Today Nov. 2016 (46): 69-74

Martin T and Ogston-Tuck (2015) Inter-professional learning: innovation in teaching and learning for pre-registration student nurses and midwives. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest 25 (3): 287- 290

Ogston-Tuck S (2015) ‘Legal, ethical, professional issues’ in Hood P and Khan E (In press) Fundamentals of Nursing Pharmacology: Theory and Practice. Wiley-Blackwell

Ogston-Tuck S (2014) Intra-muscular injection technique: an evidence based approach.  Nursing Standard 29 (4) 52-59

Ogston-Tuck S (2014) Subcutaneous injection technique: an evidence based approach.  Nursing Standard.  79 (30): 53-58

Ogston-Tuck S (2014) Ethical issues in Nicol J and Nyatanga B (2014) Palliative and End of Life Care. Learning Matters.

Ogston-Tuck, S (2014) Patient safety and pain in IV therapy. British Journal of Nursing (IV Therapy Supplement), 23 (2): S16-17

Ogston-Tuck, S. (2013) Legal issues that impact on nursing practice in Brooker C and Waugh A (2013) Foundations of Nursing Practice. 2nd Edition. London: Elsevier

Ogston-Tuck S (2012) Intravenous Therapy: Guidance on devices, management and care. British Journal of Community Nursing. (17) 10: 474 - 484

Ogston-Tuck S (2012) A silent epidemic: community nursing and effective pain management. British Journal of Community Nursing. (17) 11: 512-518

Ogston-Tuck S (2012) Medicines Management (Capita e learning). London: NHS South West Workforce Development

Ogston-Tuck, S (2011) Introducing Medicines Management. Harlow: Pearson

Ogston-Tuck, S (2011) Preventing infections related to catheter occlusion. British Journal of Nursing (IV Therapy Supplement) (20) 19: S4

Ogston-Tuck, S (2010) Adult Intravenous Therapy: e-learning package. London: King’s College London

Coben, D, Hodgen, J, Hutton, M and Ogston-Tuck, S (2009) High Stakes: Assessing numeracy for nursing. Adult Learning. (19) 34: 38-41

Ogston-Tuck, S. (2007) Legal issues that impact on nursing practice in Brooker C and Waugh A (2007) Foundations of Nursing Practice. London: Elsevier

Ogston-Tuck, S. (2005) An examination of a clinical teaching strategy in drug administration for student nurses. International Skills Conference Abstracts. Prato: Monash University

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

External Examiner BSc (Hons) Nursing Adult Field Middlesex University, London

Peer reviewer for British Journal of Nursing

Peer reviewer for British Journal of Community Nursing

Book reviewer for Elsevier, Pearson, Sweet and Maxwell, Oxford University Press, Wiley-Blackwell; Quay Books; Lantern