Dr Maria T. Clark is an Associate Professor (Graduate Entry Nursing) (2022) in the School of Health Sciences. She qualified as a general nurse in 1991, later as a midwife and specialist community public health nurse (health visiting). Working mainly in women's health and community-based healthcare she moved into higher education in 2003, completing her PhD in health service research/sociology (CAM) at the University of Bristol (2008). Since then, she has led multidisciplinary courses contributing to teaching and research within pre-registration and post-registration nursing, public health, advanced clinical practice, safeguarding, sustainability and wellbeing education. She is a SEDA recognised doctoral supervisor and welcomes applications in congruent areas of practice.
- Psycho-social approaches to health and healthcare
- Community and public health nursing
- Health inequalities
- Women's health
- Children and families
- Multi-agency working in healthcare
- Safeguarding roles and responsibilities
- Sustainability education
- Lifelong learning
Community based healthcare, public health nursing,
Women's health, health visiting, safeguarding, domestic abuse prevention,
Sustainability education (healthcare)
Qualitative research methods.
My research focuses mainly on women's health and community-based healthcare, involving multidisciplinary and nursing roles in safeguarding, domestic abuse prevention, sustainability and wellbeing… read more
My research focuses mainly on women's health and community-based healthcare, involving multidisciplinary and nursing roles in safeguarding, domestic abuse prevention, sustainability and wellbeing education.