Jenny Pinfield

jenny-pinfield

Principal Lecturer

Nursing

Contact Details

email: j.pinfield@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 85 5462

RGN, RSCN, RNT, BSc (Hons), PGcert, MSc, FHEA, University of Worcester Leading Teaching Award.

Teaching & Research

Promoting child health and well-being including emotional well-being and mental health

Children's nursing

Legal, ethical and professional issues particularly those relevant to child health

Recognition, assessment and management of a range of child health problems

Palliative care and children with complex care needs, children with disabilities

Safeguarding children

Families and parenting/working with parents

Developmental anatomy and physiology

Interprofessional working

Education theory and practice for nursing and nursing associate students

Children and young peoples health and well-being

Children's rights

Children's nursing

Children with healthcare and nursing needs including complex healthcare needs and end of life care

Families and parenting/working with parents

Professional Experience

Clinical experience of working in PICU and general children's wards, plus experience of adult orthopaedic and surgical nursing

Extensive experience in Higher Education, supporting learning and teaching and module leadership across the BSc (Hons) Nursing programme. Experience of working across Institute including module leadership in Early Childhood Studies in the Institute of Education
Course/pathway lead for children's nursing, Year 2 progression lead for Pre-Registration Nursing and Programme Lead for Pre-Registration Nursing
Curriculum development particularly Pre-Registration Nursing and the Nursing Associate

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
Research in child health (RiCH)
Higher Education Academy
Association of British Paediatric Nurses

Publications

Publications and Conference Presentations

Pinfield, J. (2016) Click: Review of e-resources focusing on MindEd: e learning to support young healthy minds. Nursing Children and Young People. 28, 7, 15

Pinfield, J. (2016) Click: Review of Websites focusing on domestic violence. Nursing Children and Young People. 28, 3, 11

Pinfield, J. (2015) Presentation on How Practice Panels Work: Practice Panel Workshop. University of Worcester

Pinfield, J (2015) Click: Review of e-learning focusing on promoting welfare and safeguarding children. Nursing Children and Young People. 27, 9, 11

Pinfield, J. (2015) Research and Commentary: Nurses should be familiar with vital signs for different age groups. Nursing Children and Young People. 27, 7, 13

Bentley, J., Pinfield, J., Rouse, J., Gaskin, K (2015) Recognition and management of asthma in children and young people. Nursing Standard. 30, 3, 50-60

Pinfield, J. (2014) Research and Commentary: Promoting healthy lifestyle changes to families is a challenge. Nursing Children and Young People. 26, 8, 13.

Pinfield, J. (2014) Click: Apps that support clinical decision-making. Nursing Children and Young People. 26, 3, 11

Bentley, J., Pinfield, J., Rouse, J. (2014) Measles: Pathology, management and public health issues. Nursing Standard. 28, 38, 51-58

Pinfield, J., Frost, S. (2013) The role of the Zone Academic and tripartite arrangements for the assessment of practice learning: Student, mentor and academic evaluation; one year on. NET conference, Cambridge University

Rouse, J., Pinfield, J. (2013) Academics in Practice. Learning and Teaching conference, University of Worcester

Rouse, J., Pinfield, J. (2013) Academics in Practice. Beyond the borders: RCN Education Forum conference and exhibition, Glasgow

Bentley, J., Pinfield, J., Rouse, J. (2013) Whooping Cough: Identification, assessment and management. Nursing Standard. 28, 11, 50-57.

Pinfield, J. (2013) Web Review: Resources for nurses dealing with death. Nursing Children and Young People. 25, 4,19

Pinfield, J. (2013) Research Digest (teenage pregnancy). Nursing Children and Young People. 25, 8, 12.

Pinfield, J. (2009) On the Web (Child nutrition). Paediatric Nursing.

Pinfield, J. (2008) On the Web. (Parenting support). Paediatric Nursing.

Pinfield, J., Pengelly, T., Rouse, J. (2008) Responsive innovations in child health nursing: development of a pilot project BSc (Hons) child health with optional neonatal route. Research in focus conference, University of Worcester

Proposal/Book/Manuscript Reviews

2015: Routledge: Reviewer of book proposal and draft manuscript Anatomy and Physiology

2007-2009: Sage publications: Book proposal reviewer, manuscript reviewer and endorsed Geldard K (2009) practical interventions for young people at risk

2008: Hodder Education: Reviewer of new child health book proposal

2007: Hodder publications: Reviewer of book proposal - Developing practical children's and young people's nursing skills

External Responsibilities

2015-18 External Examiner for Pre-Qualifying Child Health Nursing: Bucks New University

2014 onwards: Member of West Midlands HEI Practice Quality group