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Anne Grant

Lecturer

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

Tel: +353 1 7166424
Email: anne.grant@ucd.ie

Professional

         

Conference Contributions

Grant, A.; (2002) The psychiatric nurse as facilitator for registration diploma students clinical learning: preparation and role. [Oral Presentation], 21st Annual Nursing Research Conference, Royal College of Surgeons, in Ireland , 01-FEB-02.
Grant, A.; (2002) The staff nurses' clinical teaching role: impact of educational preparation and support upon frequency with which the teaching role is enacted. [Oral Presentation], Nurse Education Tomorrow Conference, Durham , 01-SEP-02.
Grant, A.; (2004) The changing landscapes of education: the integration of pre-registration nursing education within higher education'. [Oral Presentation], 3rd Global Conference 'The Idea of Education', Prague , 01-AUG-04.
Grant, A.; (2005) The generalist versus specialist approach to pre registration nursing education: implications for the educational preparation of students for first level practice in psychiatric nursing in Ireland. [Oral Presentation], 10th RCN European Mental Health Conference and Exhibition, Amsterdam , 01-FEB-05.
               

Publications

 

Book Chapters

Grant, Anne; (2004) 'The changing landscapes of education: the integration of pre-registration nursing education within higher education'' In: *. *: *. Available Online [Details]
 

Peer Reviewed Journals

Grant, A.; (2006) 'Undergraduate psychiatric nursing education at the crossroads in Ireland. The generalist versus specialist approach: towards a common foundation'. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 13 (6):722-729. [Details]
Grant, A.; (2000) 'The Generalist versus specialist approach to pre-registration nursing education'. All Ireland Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, . [Details]
Grant, A.; (2000) 'Preceptorship: a valuable strategy in supporting pre-registration students to engage in reflective practice'. Irish Nurse, 14 (12):22-25. [Details]
 

Conference Publications

Grant, A.; (2005) The Generalist versus Specialist Approach in Mental Health Nurse Education 10th RCN European Mental Health Nursing Conference and Exhibition Celebrating Mental Health Nursing - 10 Years On Amsterdam, Netherlands, [Details]
Grant, A.; (2005) The generalist versus specialist approach to pre registration nursing education: implications for the educational preparation of students for first level practice in psychiatric nursing in Ireland . In: Amsterdam eds. 10th RCN European Mental Health Conference and Exhibition [Details]
Grant, A.; (2002) The psychiatric nurse as facilitator for registration diploma students clinical learning: preparation and role 21st Annual Nursing Research Conference the Royal College of Surgeons, in Ireland, [Details]
Grant, A.; (2002) the staff nurses' clinical teaching role: impact of educational preparation and support upon frequency with which the teaching role is enacted' Net 2002. 13th Annual international participative conference for education in health care Durham, [Details]
                                                                                         

Research

Research Interests

  • I am currently in the process of completing a PhD which aims to examine  RPN's practice with mentally ill parents and their children/families in general adult mental health services in Ireland
  • Psychiatric nursing
  • Pre-registration nursing education (Psychiatric mode)
  • PhD Website
     

Collaborators

 

External Collaborators

I am calloborating with Associate Professor Darryl Maybery and Dr Andrea Reupert in Monash University Australia to examine Registered Psychiatric Nurses' Practice with Mentally Ill Parents and their Children/Families.  I am in the process of conducting a national study of RPN's practice in this context using a mixed methods approach (including a questionnaire designed and used in Australia by Maybery and Reupert (2006:2010).

I co ordinate Erasmus exchange for undergraduate students between Lund University and the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems.