Maggie Reeves

maggie-reeves

Senior Lecturer/APL Advisor

Department of Health and Wellbeing

Contact Details

email: maggie.reeves@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 85 5418

Registered (general) nurse since 1968. Clinical experience in a variety of adult nurse settings including: - Orthopaedics / A & E / medicine and surgery.

Clinical Teacher in the above (10 years)

Qualified Youth & Community Worker: Subsequent employment: youth 5 years / community 3 years

Nurse Tutor 1990 / Senior Lecturer 1995 to 2011 teaching both very large and very small groups of nurses and other health care professionals in a variety of contexts both pre- and post-Registration. My focus particularly on legal, ethical and professional aspects of nursing, academic skills and accreditation of prior learning.

I currently teach on the Foundation Degrees Programme, particularly working with those in the Health and Social Care arena. Many of these students wish to continue their studies by accessing the Nursing Course. I act as an advisor and supporter in this endeavour. In addition I offer support with study skills.

Qualifications

1968 Registered Nurse -Nursing & Midwifery Council (Registration lapsed)
1970 Registered Midwife - (Registration lapsed)
1975 Youth & Community Cert.
1981 City & Guilds 730 (adults)
1982 Diploma in Nursing (Lond.)
1984 Registered Clinical Nurse Teacher
1990 Certificate in Education (FE)
1990 Registered Nurse Tutor
1994 MA Education Management
1995 BTEC Medical Law

Teaching & Research

Teaching

  • Academic Skills

Research

  • Evaluation of academic modules within a pre-Registration nursing course
  • Accreditation of prior learning (APL)
  • Legal, ethical and professional aspects of nursing

Professional Experience

Registered (general) nurse since 1968. Clinical experience in a variety of adult nurse settings including: - Orthopaedics / A & E / medicine and surgery.
Clinical Teacher in the above (10 years)
Qualified Youth & Community Worker: youth 5 years / community 3 years
Nurse Tutor 1990 / Senior Lecturer 1995 to date teaching both very large and very small groups of nurses and other health care professionals in a variety of contexts both pre- and post-Registration.
Have focussed particularly on legal, ethical and professional aspects of nursing, academic skills and accreditation of prior learning.

Publications

Carvalho S. Reeves M, Orford J. (2016) Fundamental Aspects of Legal Ethical and Professional Issues in Nursing (3rd Ed) London, Mark Allen

Carvalho S. Reeves M. & Orford J., (2011) Fundamental Aspects of Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Nursing (2nd ed.) Salisbury: Mark Allen / Quay Books

Reeves M. & Orford J. (2002) Fundamental Aspects of Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Nursing Salisbury: Mark Allen / Quay Books

Walton J. & Reeves M. (1999) Assessment of Clinical Practice Salisbury: Quay Books / Mark Allen

Walton J. & Reeves M. (2001) Assessment: Study and Succeed in Theory and Practice Salisbury: Mark Allen /Quay Books

Wildman S. & Reeves M, (1997) The Value of Simulations in the Management Education of Nurses: Students Perceptions. Journal of Nursing Management 5:207 215

External Responsibilities

Active volunteer for a local counselling charity.
Volunteer speaker for an international charity.
Administrator and advisor for a variety of charitable concerns