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Sue Lillyman

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: s.lillyman@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 855383

Qualifications

Registered Nurse
Registered Midwife
Registered Nurse tutor
Diploma in Professional Studies of Nursing
BSc Nursing
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Further Higher and Adult Education)
MA Education (Curriculum Planning)

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Main specialist teaching areas include: research methods, reflective practice, care of older people, care of the person with dementia in acute and community care settings, clinical supervision and care of people with long term conditions.

Research activities:

2015- present – collaborative European study: capturing the impact of student nurse international clinical exchange.

2012-2015 – Three year evaluation of arts and older peoples projects with Hereford Courtyard.

2014-present – five year study to evaluate the impact of medical boat on Lake Victoria Tanzania

2013-present – Longitudinal study- repositioning the international student’s experience of studying abroad.

2009-2015 – International study of older people’s perceptions of growing older.

2011-2012 – Student Lead Academic project UoW.  Exploring the international students journey

2011-2012 – E-Scouts intergenerational and international project. Facilitator in the project with R Learning UK

2008 – Co-project leader for contract awarded By HoBt PCT for Survey of Accident and Emergency Users at City Hospital.

2007-2008  – Principle investigator for an academic research grant awarded by Birmingham City University for study into the patient’s perspectives of case management.

2007-2008 – Grant awarded by Daiwa and SasaKawa foundations in collaboration with the Reflective learning UK and Yokohama City University to undertake workshops based on participatory and appreciative action research in order to listen to and learn from the experiences of older people in Japan.

2004 – Find the facts survey of older people in Gloucestershire. Funded by Age Concern Gloucestershire

Other project grants awarded:

2015 –  member of team for ADS for delivery of 12 awareness courses for dementia for Worcestershire.

2013 – member of team for the Association of Dementia Studies for delivery of two courses for acute care hospital champion training project.

2012 –  Health and Social Care Partnership Guilford as part of the project team with the Association of Dementia Studies At the University of Worcester for dementia champions training project.

2011 – development to write policy and introduce clinical supervision in the newly formulate Valley NHS Trust

2011 – Trust funded delivery of study days for care of older people to Hereford NHS Trust

2010 – SHA funded,  member of the project team with Dementia UK, University of Worcester, Compton and Hereford and Worcestershire Hospices for series of programmes in relation to Advance Care Planning

2008 – SHA grant to develop and run a PG Diploma for case managers at the Birmingham City University

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

Currently course leader for BSc (Hons) and MSc Nursing Studies for international students.

Member of curriculum development groups for various undergraduate and post graduate courses.

Member of the ethics committee

Continuing Professional Develop department international pathway lead.

Link tutor for Association for Dementia Studies within the University of Worcester.

Zoned Academic for pre-registration nurses

Member for the Palliative and end of life specialist group.

Working with international students.

Previously been consultant for various NHS Trusts for development of clinical supervision policies.

Publications

Publications

Books:

Brooker D & Lillyman S (2013) Nursing and health Dementia care Survival Guide.  Pearson. Harlow

Chigua. E., Lillyman., S and Ghaye, T (2012) Reflective Practice for Healthcare professionals; Tanzania. New Vista publications. Gloucester.

Ghaye, T  and Lillyman S (eds) (2012) Empowerment through Reflection: The Narratives of Health Care Professionals.  (2nd ed) Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton

Lillyman, S.,  Merrix. P (2012) Nursing and Health Portfolios and Reflective Practice. Survival Guide.  Pearson: Essex

Merrix, P., Lillyman. S. (2012) Nursing and Health. Record Keeping. Survival Guide. Pearson: Essex.

Gubbins, K., Lillyman S. and Ghaye T (2012) Reflection for paramedics. New Vista publications. Gloucester

Ghaye, T. Lillyman. S (eds)  (2011) When caring is not enough: The Discourse of Reflective Practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton

Saxon A., Lillyman . S (eds) (2011) Developing Advanced Assessment Skills; Patients with Long Term Conditions. M & K Publishers. Cumbria.

Ghaye T and Lillyman S (2010) Reflection: Principles and Practice for Health Care Professionals. (2ND edition) Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton

Ghaye, T., Chigua, E and Lillyman. S. (2010) Using Reflection in the workplace: A Practical guide for student nurses and midwives. New vista publications Gloucester.

Ghaye, T and Lillyman, S (2008) The Reflective Mentor Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton

Lillyman, S and Saxon A (eds) (2008). Community Matron: Caring for people with Long Term Conditions. Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton 

Ghaye, T and Lillyman, S (eds) (2007) Effective Clinical Supervision The role of Reflection. (2nd edition) Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton

Ghaye T and Lillyman S (2006) Learning Journals and Critical Incidents: Reflective Practice for Health Care Professionals. (2nd edition) Mark Allen: Dinton

Ghaye T and Lillyman S (2000) Reflection: Principles and Practice for Health Care Professionals. Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton

Ghaye, T and Lillyman, S (eds) (2000) Effective Clinical Supervision The role of Reflection. Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton

Ghaye, T Gillespie, D and Lillyman S (eds) (2000) Empowerment through Reflection: The Narratives of health care Professionals.  Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton

Ghaye,T and Lillyman, S (eds) (2000) Caring Moments :The Discourse of Reflective Practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton

Lillyman S and Ward C (1999) Balancing Organisational and Personal Development Needs. Mark Allen : Dinton

Ghaye T and Lillyman S (1997) Learning Journals and Critical Incidents: Reflective Practice for Health Care Professionals. Mark Allen: Dinton

Lillyman S and Evans B (1996) Designing a Personal Portfolio/Profile Mark Allen: Dinton

 

Published peer reviewed articles:

Lillyman S., Bruce M (2016) Palliative care for people with dementia: a literature review. International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 22(2) 76-81
Lillyman S., Tolputt C (2016) I must do the post – using poetry for raising dementia awareness.  The Journal of the Institute of Ageing and Health (West Midlands) 20: 25-27.

Pearce R., Lillyman S (2015) Reducing social isolation in a rural community through partaking in creative arts projects. Nursing Older People 27(10) 33-38

Pearce R., Lillyman S (2015) Reducing social isolation in a rural community through partaking in creative arts projects. Nursing Older People 27(10) 33-38

Jutla K., Lillyman S. (2014)  An Action Research Study Engaging in the Use of Storyboarding as Research-based Approach to Teaching to Identify Issues Faced when Working with People with Dementia from Minority Ethnic Communities. Worcester Journal of Teaching and Learning. Available at http://www.worc.ac.uk/edu/1124.htm

Lillyman S., Ghaye T. (2014) Preliminary results of an international study exploring and comparing positive aspects and concerns of growing older in different societies. Ageing and Health, The Journal of the Institute of Ageing and Health (West Midlands) 19: 22-26.

Lillyman S., Pearce., Saunders A., Allen P. (2014) Poetry with people with dementia: an evaluation of a two year project engaging in poetry activities with older people in residential and nursing homes. Ageing and Health, The Journal of the Institute of Ageing and Health (West Midlands) 19: 12-15.

Lillyman S., Bennett C (2014) Providing a positive learning experience for international students studying at a UK university: a literature review. Journal of Research in International Education. 13 (1) 63-75

Lillyman S., Farquharson. N (2013) Self care management models in primary care. British Journal of Community Nursing 18 (11) 328-332

Amaechi, A., Bennett,C., Kafilatu, G., Kayit,I., Lillyman. S., Okeke,J., Paticiente. T (2013) Laying down the foundations for international student journey. Students as academic partners project report. Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching 8, 24-35

Ibige IE, Lillyman. S and Nyatanga B (2012) Reducing HIV transmission through health promotion in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Clinical & Biomedical Research 6 (1) 12-18.

Lillyman S. & Bennett C. (2012) Using story boarding to gain appreciative reflection in the classroom. Reflective Practice 13 (4) 533-540

Lillyman, S., Guthrie, R., Berridge. P (2011) Story Boarding technique in the classroom to address end of life experiences in practice and engage student nurses in deeper reflection. Nurse Education in Practice doi:1016/j.nepr.2010.08.006  11(3) 179-185

Aoki Y., Ghaye T., Lillyman. S (2011) Attempt of Reflection in elderly people at community activities. Yocohama Journal of Nursing  4(1) 78-85 ( In Japanese)

Campbell, H., Lillyman. S ., Nicholson, P Fisher. J. (2011) Communication skills for advanced care planning and end of life. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. 1 (1) 70

Ghaye, T & Lillyman S (2011) Reflection on values: being a professional. Independent Nurse 15(2) Feb

Lillyman S and Bennett C (2010) Using story boarding approach to develop critical thinking based on students lived experiences. Worcester journal of Learning and Teaching issue number 4. Available on line at http://worc.ac.uk/adpu/documents/extabsractsslillyman.pdf.

Lillyman. S (2010) Gaining health care information from the internet and benefits of computer use for older people. Ageing and Health. The Journal of the Institute of Ageing and Health 17. 6-8.

Lillyman S, Saxon A and Treml H (2009) Community Matrons and Case managers who are they? British Journal of Community Nursing 14(2) pages 70-73

Lillyman. S.,  Saxon. A., Treml. H. (2009) An Evaluation of the role of the Community Matron: A Literature Review. Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement (JHSCI) available on line at
http://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=21809

Lillyman S (2008) Continuing professional development online to meet
the KFS and NMC requirements. Time to change our approach? www.atlasmr.com

Lillyman S, Saxon A and Rawstorne D (2008). University of life or Academia? A review of community matrons/case managers continuing professional development; accessing a post graduation programme without meeting   current academic entry criteria. Journal of Nursing Management 16: 643-648

Ghaye T, Melander-Wilkman A, Kisare M, Chambers P . Bergmark U, Kostenius C, Lillyman S. (2008)  Participatory and Appreciative Action and Reflection (PAAR)-Democratizing reflective practices. Reflective Practice, 9 (4) pages 361 – 397

Lillyman S and Saxon A (2007) Much more research is needed before we write off community matrons. Hot Topic. Nursing Times 103(21) 12

Lillyman S and Land L (2007) Fear of Social Isolation: results of a Survey of older Adults in Gloucestershire. Nursing Older People 19(10) 26-28

Lillyman, S (2004) Reflections on Life as a Dentist’s Chair in the Amazonian Jungle. Dental Practice 42(11) pp 44-45.

Ghaye T and Lillyman S (1999) How does Practice Reflect your Values? Practice Nursing 10 (6) pp 13-15

Ward C and Lillyman S (1997) CV Times.  A system of Career Profiling for Individual Qualified Nurses. Health Service Journal April 4: pp31

Burnham et al (1995) Improving the Impact of Education and Training in the Workplace: An Action Plan for Change. Action Researcher 2 pp17-18

 

Published chapters in books:


Lillyman S and Campbell H (2012) Empowering people with life-limiting conditions. In Ghaye T and Lillyman S. Empowerment through reflection (2nd ed) pgs 107-118

Lillyman S and Bennett C (2012) Empowering students through the use of storyboarding. In Ghaye T and Lillyman S. Empowerment through reflection (2nd ed) pgs 119-128

Lillyman S (2011) Making sense of practice through reflection: the use of critical incidents. (In) Ghaye, T and Lillyman S When caring is not enough:The Discourse of Reflective Practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton pgs 31-44

Lillyman S and Campbell H (2011) Difficult conversations – discussing what matters. (In) Ghaye, T and Lillyman S When caring is not enough:The Discourse of Reflective Practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton pgs 45-56

Lillyman S (2011) Caring moments with carers. (In) Ghaye, T and Lillyman S When caring is not enough:The Discourse of Reflective Practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton pgs 97-108

Saxon A and Lillyman S (2011) Developing competence and skills in the care of long–term conditions. (In) Saxon A and Lillyman Developing Advanced Assessment Skills; Patients with Long Term Conditions. M & K Publishers. Cumbria.pgs 1-16

Lillyman S and Saxon A (2011) Supporting people with long term conditions. (In) Saxon A and Lillyman S. Developing Advanced Assessment Skills; Patients with Long Term Conditions. M & K Publishers. Cumbria. Pgs 17-30

Lillyman S (2011) Assessment of people with long term conditions. (In) Saxon A and Lillyman S. Developing Advanced Assessment Skills; Patients with Long Term Conditions. M & K Publishers. Cumbria.pg 31-48

Saxon A and Lillyman S (2011) Assessment of patients with chronic heart failure. In Saxon A and Lillyman S. Developing Advanced Assessment Skills; Patients with Long Term Conditions. M & K Publishers. Cumbria. Pg 71-86

Andrews A and Lillyman S (2011) Assessment of patients with multiple sclerosis. In Saxon A and Lillyman S. Developing Advanced Assessment Skills; Patients with Long Term Conditions. M & K Publishers. Cumbria.pg 113-124

Lillyman S (2010) Reflection in McIntosh A, Gidman, J & Mason-Whitehead. E  Key Concepts (In) Health Care Education pp 156-160. Sage publisher. London

Lillyman S and Saxon A (2008) Support Networks for the case manager/ community matron. (In) Lillyman S and Saxon A. Community Matron: Caring for people with Long Term Conditions. Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton  pg 75-82

Lillyman S (2007) What clinical supervision means to the practitioner, patient and organisation. (In) Ghaye, T and Lillyman, S (eds) (2007) Effective Clinical Supervision The role of Reflection. (2nd edition) Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton pgs 1-16

Peniket D & Lillyman S (2007) Implementing clinical supervision within a primary care trust. (In) Ghaye, T and Lillyman, S (eds) (2007) Effective Clinical Supervision The role of Reflection. (2nd edition) Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton pgs 31-46

Lillyman. S (2007) Action learning sets and their place in clinical supervision. (In) Ghaye, T and Lillyman, S (eds) (2007) Effective Clinical Supervision The role of Reflection. (2nd edition) Mark Allen Publisher: Dinton pgs 59-70

Lillyman S (2000) Critical incidents as caring moments. (In)  Ghaye T & Lillyman S Caring Moments the discourse of reflective practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton pg 11-18

Lillyman S & Whittle T (2000) A caring moment with a student. (In) Ghaye T & Lillyman S Caring Moments the discourse of reflective practice. Mark Allen Publishers: Dinton pg 53-64

Lillyman S (1998) Assessing Competence (In) McGee P and Castledine G. Specialist and Advanced Practice. Blackwell Science: Oxford

Lillyman S (1997) Credentiallying in Health Care and its Implications (In) Morton Cooper A and Bamford M.  Excellence in Health Care Management Blackwell Science : Oxford

Published research:


Lillyman S, Saxon A and Treml H (2009). A qualitative study; Exploring the experiences of patients with long-term conditions and the value of case management. Published by Birmingham City University. Birmingham UK.  ISBN: 13 978-1-901073-03-04

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

Series Editor for Reflective Practice Book Series with Mark Allen Publishers. 

Journal reviewer for:

  • Health and Social Care in the Community Journal
  • Reflective Practice
  • International Journal of Healthcare
  • British Journal of Community Nursing
  • Journal of Education Policy Research and Reviews

Academic Advisor for Education for Health Board Warwick

Member of Reflective Learning- International

Trustee/director of Institute of Ageing and Health (West Midlands) including:

  • Chair of Publications and Relationship committee
  • Editor for the Ageing and Health (West  Midlands) Journal
  • Member of the Education Committee

Current external examiner posts:

  • University of West of London – BSc and Masters programmes for international students
  • University of Manchester  - BSc programme for Singapore nurses