Mary J Murphy qualified as a Registered General Nurse in Barking, Havering and Brentwood Health Authority, England. Thereafter she worked in acute nursing in the areas of coronary care, intensive care and cardiothoracic nursing while also completing the English National Board Coronary Care Course.
Mary J completed a Bachelor of Science in Community Health-Occupational Health and worked as an Occupational Health Advisor in both private and public organizations in London. During her time in this field of nursing Mary J developed a keen interest in education. She returned to Ireland and completed a Bachelor of Nursing Studies in UCD which also provided her with her with the Registered Nurse Tutor qualification.
While working as a registered Tutor in St Vincents University Hospital completed a Master of Science in Primary Health Care in the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. Mary J is currently a PhD candidate in UCD
| Year 1996 Institution: Brunel University, UK
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| Year 1998 Institution: University College Dublin
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| Year 2003 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: MSc Subject:
|Murphy, Mary J (2014) Primary Care Professionals Perspectives of Obesity Management European Forum for Primary Care 5th Biannual Conference [Details]|
|Murphy MJ; (2011) Learning about key concepts underpinning communication skills for health care Fourth International Clinical Skills Conference [Details]|
|Murphy MJ; (2010) Practising and Reflecting on Motivational Interviewing leads students to explore key concepts central to health care delivery Second International Conference on Motivational Interviewing Stockholm, Sweden, [Details]|
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|201500 NMHS32450 Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys: Socio-Ecolog PerspHlth&W'being|
|201500 NMHS20070 Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys: Women's & Men's Health|
|201500 NMHS30470 Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys: Promoting Health|
|201500 NMHS32290 Nursing,Midwifery & Health Sys: Ethical&Legal Context Prof Pra|