Maggie Reeves

Senior Lecturer/APL Advisor

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: maggie.reeves@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 85 5418

1968    Registered Nurse - General Nursing Council (live registration 68G0932E) - Nursing & Midwifery Council
1970    Registered Midwife - Central Midwives Board       
1975    Youth & Community Cert.   
1981    City & Guilds 730 (adults)         
1982    Diploma in Nursing (Lond.)        
1984    Registered Clinical Nurse Teacher - General Nursing Council     
1990   Certificate in Education (FE)  
1990   Registered Nurse Tutor - English National Board  
1994   MA Education Management   
1995   BTEC – Medical Law  

Teaching & Research

Teaching
·         Academic Skills
·         Accreditation of prior learning (APL)

Research
·         Evaluation of academic modules within a pre-Registration nursing course
·         Accreditation of prior learning (APL)
·         Legal, ethical and professional aspects of nursing

Professional Experience

Registered (general) nurse since 1968.  Clinical experience in a variety of adult nurse settings including: - Orthopaedics / A & E / medicine and surgery. 
Clinical Teacher in the above (10 years)
Qualified Youth & Community Worker: youth – 5 years / community – 3 years
Nurse Tutor 1990 / Senior Lecturer 1995 to date teaching both very large and very small groups of nurses and other health care professionals in a variety of contexts both pre- and post-Registration.
Have focussed particularly on legal, ethical and professional aspects of nursing, academic skills and accreditation of prior learning.

Publications

Carvalho S. Reeves M. & Orford J., (2011) Fundamental Aspects of Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Nursing (2nd ed.) Salisbury: Mark Allen / Quay Books
Reeves M. & Orford J. (2002) Fundamental Aspects of Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Nursing Salisbury: Mark Allen / Quay Books Walton J. & Reeves M. (1999) Assessment of Clinical Practice Salisbury: Quay Books / Mark Allen 
Walton J. & Reeves M. (2001) Assessment: Study and Succeed in Theory and Practice Salisbury: Mark Allen /Quay Books
Wildman S. & Reeves M, (1997) The Value of Simulations in the Management Education of Nurses: Students’ Perceptions. Journal of Nursing Management 5:207 – 215

External Responsibilities

Active volunteer for a local counselling charity.
Volunteer speaker for an international charity.
Administrator and advisor for a variety of charitable concerns