Mr Daniel Clarke
Profiles

Mr Daniel Clarke

Lecturer in Adult Nursing (Education)

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)

Role

Nurse lecturer

Qualifications

BN (Hons) Adult Nursing from Southampton

Currently completing a MSc in Education
Completed PGCAP
Registered Nurse Teacher

A&E Course
Cas Carer (MREW)
PHTLS


My background is military medicine and A&E. I have worked in A&E for a while but I have now changed to lecturing.

Professional membership

NMC

RCN

Teaching interests

My main teach interest are all around the Emergency Department.


Currently I teach Clinical Skills, Core Concepts, Biology and Professional Issues and Risks.

I am a mountain rescue casualty carer and regularly teach other medics out on Dartmoor.

Research interests

I have an interest in Sustainability and Health and Wellbeing of staff and how we can educate staff to be healthier. 


One of the main focuses of recent research are around CLiP and its implementation. This is an exciting model that compliments the new NMC standards of assessors and supervisors.

1 - Could students’ experiences of clinical placements be enhanced by implementing a Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP) model - A collaboration with Graham Williamson and Adele Kane.


2 - Collaborative Learning in Practice A systematic review and narrative synthesis - A multi team collaboration.

3 - 'Thinking like a nurse'. Changing the culture of nursing students' clinical learning implementing collaborative learning in practice. - A multi team collaboration.

4 - Attitudes towards climate change and sustainability: A cohort study of students and midwives exposed to sustainability education. - A multi team collaboration

5 - Can scenario-based learning support student nurses to challenge sustainability on practice: a cohort study? - A multi team collaboration.

Other academic activities

Module Lead for Minor illness and injuries - the principles and practice of management for unscheduled care.

Links

Minor illness and injury module - https://dle.plymouth.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=39378