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Catherine Redmond

Lecturer/Assistant Professor

School Of Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys
Health Sciences Centre
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: 353 1 7166592
Email: catherine.redmond@ucd.ie

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 2016.
Title: European Union Programmes Agency_Erasmus Plus award
Year: 2016.
Title: Seed Funding - Dissemination and Outputs
Year: 2016.
Title: Digital skills development project: enhancement award
Year: 2003.
Title: Clinical Research Training Fellowship

Associations

Association: Biosciences in Nurse Education (BiNE) network, Function/Role: This network brings together academics with experience in undergraduate and post graduate nurse education from across Ireland and the UK to share, discuss and develop bioscience education, scholarship and research.
     

Conference Contributions

Redmond, C; Davies, C; Halligan, P; Joye, R; Carroll, L; Frawley, T; (2017) First year nursing and midwifery students¿ evaluation of their learning gains: a cross sectional study. [Oral Presentation], European First Year Experience, Birmingham City University , 28-JUN-17 - 30-JUN-17.
Meskell M., Davies C. and Redmond C. (2017) Using an automated response system as a pedagogical strategy to enhance anatomy & physiology teaching in an undergraduate nursing curriculum. [Poster Presentation], Anatomists on the Edge conference, 2017, Galway, Ireland , 27-JUN-17 - 29-JUN-17.
Redmond, Catherine (2015) Reusable objects in the assessment of chronic wounds. [Oral Presentation], Innovative and Meaningful Approaches to Assessment, UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery & Health Systems , 29-APR-15 - 29-APR-15.
Davies, C., Redmond, C., Meskell, M. (2016) Re-thinking Bioscience education in a digital age: A pedagogical evaluation of the value of technology based learning. [Refereed Abstracts], NEP NET 2016 6th International Nurse Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia , 03-APR-16 - 06-APR-16.
Redmond, C. (2016) Presented paper as part of a symposium entitled: Bioscience education: enhancing international curricula through innovation and evaluation research. [Oral Presentation], NETNEP 6th International Nurse Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia , 04-APR-16 - 06-APR-16.
Redmond, C. & Davies, C. (2016) Student evaluation of the educational value of a reusable learning object for the care of patients with wounds. [Refereed Abstracts], NEP NET 2016 6th International Nurse Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia , 04-APR-16 - 06-APR-16.
Redmond, C (2016) Using reusable learning objects in wound care education: student assessment of their learning gain. [Oral Presentation], RCSI 35th Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research and Education Conference, RCSI, Dublin, Ireland , 03-MAR-16 - 03-MAR-16.
Redmond, C. (2016) Presented a case study on the development and evaluation of a Reusable Learning Resource (RLR) to assist undergraduate nursing students¿ learning of wound care. [Oral Presentation], Digital Skills in Action, Red room, University College Dublin , 08-MAR-16 - 08-MAR-16.

Committees

Committee : Undergraduate assessment subcommittee
 

Education

Year 2013 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: PhD Subject: Doctor of Philosophy
Year 2007 Institution:
Qualification: SCM Subject:
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Qualification: RSCN Subject:
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Qualification: SRN Subject:
Year 1994 Institution:
Qualification: BSc Subject:
Year 1996 Institution:
Qualification: MMedSc Subject:
         

Publications

     

Peer Reviewed Journals

Redmond, C., Davies, C., Cornally, D., Adam, E., Daly, O., O'Toole, M. and Fegan, M. (2017) 'Using reusable learning objects (rlos) in wound care education: undergraduate student nurse's evaluation of their learning gain'. Nurse Education Today, . [DOI] [Details]
Redmond, C; Davies, C; Cornally, D; Fegan, M;O`Toole, M (2016) 'Teaching and learning in the biosciences: the development of an educational programme to assist student nurses in their assessment and management of patients with wounds'. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (17-18):2706-2712. [DOI] Link to full text [Details]
Davies, C; Redmond, C; O Toole; S, Coughlin, B (2016) 'Has Bioscience reconciled mind and body?'. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (17-18):2713-2722. [DOI] [Details]
 

Conference Publications

Redmond, C; Davies, C; Halligan, P; Joye, R; Carroll, L; Frawley, T; (2017) First year nursing and midwifery students¿ evaluation of their learning gains: a cross sectional study European First Year Experience Conference, Birmingham City University [Details]
Redmond C. and Davies C (2016) Student evaluation of the educational value of a Reusable Learning Object for the care of patients with wounds NEP NET 2016 6th International Nurse Education Conference Brisbane, Australia, , 03-APR-16 - 06-APR-16 Available Online [Details]
Davies, C., Redmond C. and Meskell M. (2016) Re-thinking Bioscience education in a digital age: A pedagogical evaluation of the value of technology based learning . In: NETNEP eds. NETNEP 2016, 6th International Nurse Education Conference http://www.netnep-conference.elsevier.com/, Available Online [Details]
Redmond C., Davies C. and Daly O. (2016) Development and evaluation of a Reusable Learning Resource (RLR) to assist undergraduate nursing students¿ learning of wound care . In: National Forum for Teaching and Learning eds. Digital Skills in Action http://www.teachingandlearning.ie/priority-themes/teaching-and-learning-enhancement-fund-2015/digital-skills-in-action/, Available Online [Details]
Redmond C. and Davies C. (2016) Using RLOs in woundcare education: student assessment of their learning gain . In: RCSI Conference book of Abstracts eds. RCSI 35th Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research & Education Conference https://www.rcsi.ie/nursingconf, , pp.98-98 Available Online [Details]
                                                         

Presentation

Redmond, C (2004) The development and validation of physiological measures of presleep arousal suitable for use in nursing research. Conference Proceedings of the 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference: Presentation [Details]
                                                                           

Research

Research Interests

Have undertaken my PhD in the area of sleep onset, examining physiological indicators that may be useful in nursing research. Have a keen interest in nursing interventions that promote sleep onset

Currently investigating digital educational strategies to enhance student nurse learning in wound care assessment and management.

Also examining student nurse perceptions of their learning gains in Stage 1


     

Teaching

 

Modules Coordinated

201700   NMHS10010     Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys: Sci Principles for Healthcare
201700   NMHS30980     Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys: Biopsychosocial Approaches