BSc Hons, RN, MA Ed
Head of Department, Acute & Continuing Care
Department of Acute & Continuing Care
School of Health & Social Care
Morag is Head of Department Acute and Continuing Care, a post she has held since 2009 during which time she has been a member of the school’s senior executive/management team. Her current role has a focus on leadership, management and related quality assurance. Morag has a long standing and continued interest in teaching learning and assessment. Initially a Principal Lecturer for Teaching Excellence (2004) she subsequently achieved University Teaching Fellow status in 2007. Morag achieved membership of the Institute for Learning and Teaching in 2001 and has been a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy since 2007.
Morag has extensive experience of curriculum design, development, implementation and review including: programme lead roles for post-qualifying and pre-registration provision; external examiner roles; and Project Lead for the ‘Making a Difference Curriculum Development Project’ for Pre-Registration Nursing and Midwifery programmes across the school. Morag’s more recent projects include Lead Responsible Officer in the NHSL tender process for adult nursing.
Morag’s teaches a breadth of areas across a range of programmes. The primary focus of her teaching is biological sciences and the application of this to practice. Morag’s clinical background in is accident and emergency care and her current engagement with practice through her link lecturer role spans a range of adult nursing clinical areas.
Additionally Morag has key account manager responsibility – liaising and working with NHS partners to ensure education provision meets workforce requirement and demand.
Posts held previously
- 2007–2009: University Teaching Fellow / Principal Lecturer: School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
- 2004–2007: Principal Lecturer for Teaching Excellence, Co-lead for inter-professional education, School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
- 2001–2004: Senior Lecturer: School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
- 2000–2001: Project Leader/ Senior Lecturer, Making a Difference Curriculum Development Project: School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
- 1991–2000: Senior Lecturer/ Programme Co-ordinator : Pre-Registration Nursing Programmes / BSc Hons Professional Practice (Nursing): School of Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
- 1989–1991: Senior Lecturer Dartford and Gravesham School of Nursing / Thames College of Healthcare Studies/ Thames Polytechnic
- 1984–1989: Sister and Staff Nurse posts in Accident and Emergency Care / Vascular Care south east England and Scotland.
Inter-professional Education in south east London (DoH) – Middle Years Working Group – project led by King’s College London.
Morag’s research interests have previously focused on inter-professional education. Her MA explored academic staff and student experience of shared learning/ teaching. She is currently involved in group activity centring on guidelines for pain assessment in older adults.
University of Greenwich Learning and Teaching Symposium (2007) – Developing and implementing a school learning and teaching forum.
Previous: RCN conference – conjoint seminar on leadership in pre-registration nursing programmes.
Membership of external and internal committees, boards or working parties
- University of Greenwich Teaching Fellow Network
- University Review and approval panels
- Directors of Nursing (London) meetings – attendance
- Directors of Nursing (South East) meetings – attendance
- Deputy Director of Nursing (SE) Leadership forum
- Barts Health NHS Trust Education Committee
- Previous membership includes: London Region Occupational Standards and NVQ Network; Southern England Consortium for Credit Accumulation and Transfer/Health and Social Care professions network; Medicines Partnership Concordance Facilitator (DOH supported two year initiative); Pan London Service User and Carer involvement in Health and Social Care Network; External examiner for adult nursing undergraduate programmes – Oxford Brookes University; British Paramedic Association; School Governor (south east schools - primary and secondary).