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Dawn Ritchie

Assistant Professor in Nursing Children & Young People: Lead for Practice Learning (Nursing), Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Dawn is an Assistant Professor in Nursing Children & Young People and Lead for Practice (Learning (Nursing).

Teaching Summary

Contributing to the ongoing development of pre-registration undergraduate nursing programmes including BSc (Hons), Masters in Nursing Science and Graduate Entry Nursing, with a particular interest… read more

Research Summary

Child Health with a particular interest in paediatric intensive and critical care End of life care Child and parental participation in care Best interests of the child Practice… read more

Recent Publications

  • HALL, C. & RITCHIE, D., 2011. What is Nursing: Exploring Theory and Practice 2. Learning Matters.
  • RITCHIE, D., 2011. Gunshot Injuries and Knife Injuries. In: GLASPER, E.A., MC EWING, G. & RICHARDSON, J, ed., Emergencies in Children's and Young People's Nursing 1. Oxford University Press.
  • SHAW,K., RITCHIE, D. & ADAMS, G., 2011. Does witnessing resuscitation help parents to come to terms with the death of their child?: A review of the literature. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 27(5), 253-262
  • RITCHIE, D., 2007. Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia. In: GLASPER, E.A., MCEWING, G. & RICHARDSON, J., ed., Oxford Handbook of Children's and Young People's Nursing Oxford University Press.
  • Member Division of Nursing Executive Committee
  • Chair Practice Learning Committee
  • Member of the Graduate Nursing Curriculum Resource Committee
  • Member of Child Health Curriculum Advisory Group
  • Member of Nottingham Paediatric (Acute) PLT
  • Member of Newark & Rushcliffe (Community) PLT
  • Member of Nottingham Children's Hospital Nursing Research and Innovation Forum
  • Personal Tutor
  • Supervisor for BSc and Masters Dissertations
  • Contributing to the ongoing development of pre-registration undergraduate nursing programmes including BSc (Hons), Masters in Nursing Science and Graduate Entry Nursing, with a particular interest in practice learning, children's nursing, clinical skills teaching and simulated learning development.
  • Participate in the delivery of taught content to a variety of pre-registration and learning beyond registration modules across programmes. My particular area of expertise is paediatric critical care end of life care and applied biosciences. .
  • Ongoing supervision and support of students undertaking dissertations as part of pre-registration Masters in Nursing Science and post registration learning beyond registration BSc (Hons) & Masters programmes.

Current Research

  • Child Health with a particular interest in paediatric intensive and critical care
  • End of life care
  • Child and parental participation in care
  • Best interests of the child
  • Practice learning; Simulation
  • HALL, C. & RITCHIE, D., 2011. What is Nursing: Exploring Theory and Practice 2. Learning Matters.
  • RITCHIE, D., 2011. Gunshot Injuries and Knife Injuries. In: GLASPER, E.A., MC EWING, G. & RICHARDSON, J, ed., Emergencies in Children's and Young People's Nursing 1. Oxford University Press.
  • SHAW,K., RITCHIE, D. & ADAMS, G., 2011. Does witnessing resuscitation help parents to come to terms with the death of their child?: A review of the literature. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 27(5), 253-262
  • RITCHIE, D., 2007. Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia. In: GLASPER, E.A., MCEWING, G. & RICHARDSON, J., ed., Oxford Handbook of Children's and Young People's Nursing Oxford University Press.
  • CLARKE, C. & HARRISON, D., 2001. The needs of children visiting on adlt intensive care units: A review of the literature Journal of Advanced Nursing. 34(1), 61-88
  • FISHER, J.E. & HARRISON, D., 2000. Pain assessment and management in the PICU. In: WILLIAMS, C. & ASQUITH, J., ed., Paediatric Intensive Care Nursing Churchill Livingstone.

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