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Dr Naomi Anna Watson

Profile summary

  • Central Academic Staff
  • Lecturer in Nursing
  • Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies
  • School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care
  • Nursing
  • naomi.watson

Professional biography

Naomi contributes to the  Faculty's ongoing development of the Health, Social Care and  Nursing curricula. Areas of work include the following:

Qualification Director, Dip/HE Adult Nursing, responsible for overseeing  curriculum presentation in teachout.

Formerly Coordinator: Common Foundation  Programme (CFP) in Pre-registration Nursing.

Presentation/EAB Chair: Enhancing the Patient Experience. (K342).

 Production chair:  Refining Adult Nursing Practice  (KYN 292) .

Presentation/EAB Chair:  KYN 275  Reflecting on whole lives- Diverse Perspectives on Health and Illness.

Production Team Member and author - K236.

Production team member and author KYN 238 - Exploring perspectives on health and illness.

Responsible for  module  presentation and production. Policy Update Supplement produced in 2007,  . Midlife  Course Review  completed due in  early 2009.   Undated course now in presentation.Responsible for reviewing/updating Block Three; Health in Later Life.

CFP Representative In Production and presentation.  An introduction to Health and Social Care , (K/YN101) responsible for the development of unit 2;  Illness, Health and Care.(90%) Examinations assessment Board (EAB) member,  Guest Forum Participant.

Course Team Member:  KYN 107- Introducing Professional Practice and Knowledge in Nursing. Contributing to development of Block 2.

Production team member and author K101 An Introduction to Health and Social Care.

Chair:  Examinations and Assessment Board..

PresentationTeam Member: K316.

Presentation Team member K344.

Presentation Team Member: KYN237

Presentation Team Member K117.

Presentation Team Member: KYN 117

Formerly External Examiner:

The University of Teeside :  Diploma/ Advanced Diploma/ Bsc. Hons. Adult Nursing. Foundation Degree, Health and Social Care, and MSc. Health. + International Programme.

Buckinghampshire New University: Dip/ HE/  Advanced Diploma/ BsC. Nursing,

The University of Lincoln: MSc. Professional Practice, 

 University of Northampton: Diploma/Advanced Diploma/Bsc. Hons. Adult Nursing branch.

Currently External Examiner Hertfordshire University: Dip/HE,  Advanced dip.,  BSc. Hons. Nursing, MSc Nursing.

Formerly  pathway leader for the BSc. Hons. Nursing Adult branch, leading  curriculum development,  management and monitoring of recruitment and retention for the programme. She was also responsible for the development and establishment of  a new curriculum framework for the Pre-Registration Adult Degree Branch in another institution, in response to political drivers for change.

Previously school lead for interprofessional education (IPE) working in partnership with local medical, social work, pharmacy, and speech and language educational providers for interagency learning experiences, clinical monitoring of  nursing student experiences, and coordinating updating staff and students on outcomes and developments.

 

 

Research interests

 

Cultural Competency in Nursing Education and Practice.

Distance Education in Pre-Registration Nursing.

Diversity, Ethnicity and participation in Nursing Education and Practice.

Nursing and Health Visiting Practice in  Primary  Care.

"....Here to stay. so... deal with it...." Experiences and Perceptions of Black British African Caribbean People  about nursing Careers.   PhD  Research - September 2014.

Teaching interests

Diversity/Ethnicity, Nursing, Health and Social Care.

Primary Care Nursing

Independent Learning,

Distance Education,

Child  Care and Health promotion..

Specialist Practice in Health Visiting.

Public  Health and Private Medicine.

Clinical Practice Educator

Diversity and Ethnicity in Nursing Practice and Education.

Interprofessional learning in clinical practice and  nursing education.

External collaborations

Fellow: Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Reviewer: Journal of Nurisng Management

Rreviewer:  Journal of Qualitative Research in health.

Member: Caribbean Studies Association. (CSA)

Research Activity

Research groups

NameTypeParent Unit
Department of Nursing Research GroupResearch GroupFaculty of Health and Social Care
FHSC Teaching and Learning Research GroupResearch GroupFaculty of Health and Social Care

Publications

Here to Stay.. so.. Deal With It.. Experiences and Perceptions of Black British African Caribbean People about Nursing Careers. (2017-05-31)
Watson, Naomi Anna
ISBN : 978-3-330-32160-1 | Publisher : Lambert Academic Publishing | Published : Germany
User engagement and African Caribbean experiences in child and family services (2010)
Watson, Naomi
In: Guishard-Pine, Jeune ed. Psychology, Race Equality and Working with Children
ISBN : 9781858564746 | Publisher : Trentham Books | Published : London
Nursing in primary care: An introduction (2001-10)
Watson, Naomi A.
In: Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. Nursing in Primary Care: A Handbook for Students (pp. 1-28)
ISBN : 9780333781920 | Publisher : Palgrave | Published : Basingstoke
Equal value, equal care: Differences and diversity, primary care perspectives (2001-10)
Watson, Naomi A.
In: Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. Nursing in Primary Care: A Handbook for Students (pp. 119-138)
ISBN : 9780333781920 | Publisher : Palgrave | Published : Baskingstoke
Coping with chronic illness in primary care settings (2001-10)
Watson, Nicola A.
In: Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. Nursing in Primary Care: A Handbook for Students (pp. 223-239)
ISBN : 9780333781920 | Publisher : Palgrave | Published : Basingstoke
Conclusion: The future of nursing in primary care (2001-10)
Watson, Nicola A.
In: Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. Nursing in Primary Care: A Handbook for Students
ISBN : 9780333781920 | Publisher : Palgrave | Published : Basingstoke
Assessing the needs of individuals and communities (2001)
Watson, Naomi A.
In: Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. Nursing in primary care: A handbook for students
ISBN : 9780333781920 | Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan | Published : Baskingstoke
Nursing in primary care: A handbook for students (2001-10)
Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds.
ISBN : 9780333781920 | Publisher : Palgrave | Published : Baskingstoke
Exploring the role of support in the lived experiences of Black British African Caribbean nurses as students and staff in the British NHS (2013-09-12)
Watson, Naomi
In : Blackness in Britain (September 12th, 2013, Newman University, Birmingham)
The personal costs of caring: nurses and nursing work (2013)
Watson, Naomi
In : Caribbean Studies Association 38th Annual Conference (3-7 June 2013, Grenada)
Career choices of British born African Caribbean young people, their perceptions of carers in health care and nursing. Implications for culturally sensitive health care and diversity initiatives in the UK NHS (2009)
Watson, Naomi
In : Caribbean Studies Association Annual Conference (1-5 June 2009, Kingston, Jamaica)
The contribution of Mary Seacole to nursing in the British health care system (2008)
Watson, Naomi
In : Caribbean Studies Association Annual Conference (26-30 May 2008, San Andrés Isla, Colombia)
An evaluation of the 1998 development programme for black and minority ethnic managers in the West Midlands NHS: the final report of a twenty month longitudinal study (2000)
Czespura, A.; Johnson, M.; Miles, P.; Watson, N. and Pawar, A.
Warwick Business School, Centre for Health Services Studies

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