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Dr Deborah ColemanSchool of Nursing and Midwifery
Dr Coleman is co-ordinator for the year two Care Delivery module (February), and Pathway Leader for Specialist Practice- Nursing Care of the Older Person (levels 3 and 7 postgraduate).
In addition, she contributes to three modules at level 3 in the postgraduate programme focusing on person centred dementia care. She is also a member of the simulation teaching team and she is one of two SWAN co-champions in the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Current scholarly activity focuses on innovative teaching and learning methods in person-centred dementia care and the role of simulated patients in supporting the development of communication skills and bereavement support in an undergraduate nursing curriculum.
Open to PhD applications in the field of
- Care of the older person
- Primary health care topics
Public outreach & key achievements
|MSc Title||The role of Rapid Response System Teams in End-of-Life Care Decision-making: A Systematic Literature Review|
|Year of Study||2016|
|MSc Title||Patient and Carer experience with an Acute Care at Home Service: A Service Evaluation|
|Year of Study||2017|
|MSc Title||Exploring the factors that influence spiritual care provision for patients at the end of life stage from a healthcare professional perspective: A Review of the Literature|
|Year of Study|
|MSc Title||A clinical audit on the depth of chest compression measurements recorded during CPR within one Health and Social Care Trust|
|Year of Study||2018|