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Sharon Coad

Lecturer Adult Critical Care, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Variety of posts held in this country and abroad, gaining valuable clinical practice experience and opportunities to develop and consolidate effective leadership and innovation skills. Current post focuses on leading the strategic development and delivery of Adult Critical Care education in pre and post registration nursing programmes delivered across the Division, facilitating effective communication and proactive development of innovative educational programmes to meet the needs of contemporary practice.

Expertise Summary

Substantial clinical practice experience within the field of Adult Acute and Critical Care; expertise in clinical practice development and highly committed facilitator of adult learning within pre and post registration nursing arenas. Skilled at utilising established leadership abilities to motivate and enthuse others to achieve the highest standards of education; effective at supporting colleagues and students.

Teaching Summary

Contemporary Practice in Adult Critical Care: specialist teaching input to pre and post registration nursing and midwifery programmes including:

  • Pre-Registration Diploma/BSc in Nursing
  • Pre-registration BSc in Midwifery
  • Undergraduate MNSci

Learning Beyond Registration:

  • Contemporary Practice in Adult Critical Care
  • Contemporary Practice in High Dependency Care
  • Contemporary Practice in Peri-operative Care
  • Dissertation Supervisor

Research Summary

'Comprehensive critical care' - implementation, development and support for practitioners caring for critically ill patients in acute ward areas.

Story telling as a mode of practice learning

Recent Publications

  • COAD, S., HAINES, S. and LAWRENCE, B., 2002. Supporting ward staff in acute care areas: the past, the present and the future? Nursing in Critical Care. VOL 7(PART 3), 126-131
  • HAINES, S. and COAD, S., 2001. Supporting ward staff in acute care areas: expanding the service INTENSIVE AND CRITICAL CARE NURSING. VOL 17(PART 2), 105-109
  • Module Convenor Year 3 Diploma/BSc Nursing
  • Personal Tutor
  • Recruitment and selection of students
  • Member of Specialist and Clinical Support Practice Learning Team
  • Member of Surgical Specialties Placement Audit Team
  • COAD, S., HAINES, S. and LAWRENCE, B., 2002. Supporting ward staff in acute care areas: the past, the present and the future? Nursing in Critical Care. VOL 7(PART 3), 126-131
  • HAINES, S. and COAD, S., 2001. Supporting ward staff in acute care areas: expanding the service INTENSIVE AND CRITICAL CARE NURSING. VOL 17(PART 2), 105-109

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