Marie Therese Massey

Marie Therese Massey

Nursing Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK

 
Biography

As a senior lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University I participate in the entire range of teaching and teacher related administration connected with the undergraduate and post graduate Nursing programs and I am currently the module leader for the Public Health post graduate modules. I provide academic and pastoral support for a number of personal students throughout their studies.

I am a link lecturer for the Community nursing services used for student placements. The role includes close liaison with those community nurses mentoring the students during their placement and supporting the students throughout their placement.

I work clinically as a Practice Nurse in Sheffield, I specialise in sexual health and I am an independent nurse prescriber. I have been awarded the title of Queen's Nurse to recognise my continuing commitment to community nursing and I support practice nurses nationally in my role as a committee member of the RCN Practice Nurse Association. I work as an advisor to the Care Quality Commission and this role keeps me informed of the continual challenges facing Primary Care and Community Nursing.

 
Research Interest

BME, cancer, ethnicity, health, palliative care, UK.

 
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