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Nursing and Allied Health

Mrs Anita Maestri-Banks

Mrs Anita Maestri-Banks

Telephone: 0151 231 4133

Publications

Journal article

Maestri-Banks A. 2013. Learning Disability, Education and Empowerment: Learning from Individuals who live with a Learning Disability Health and Social Care Education, 2 :21-24 >DOI

Maestri-Banks A. 1998. An overview of constipation: causes and treatment International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 4 :271-275 >DOI

Maestri-Banks AM, Gosney M. 1997. Nurses response to terminal care in the geriatric unit International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 3 :345-350

Mead GE, O'Keeffe ST, Jack CI, Maèstri-Banks AM, Playfer JR, Lye M. 1995. What factors influence patient preferences regarding cardiopulmonary resuscitation? J R Coll Physicians Lond, 29 :295-298 >Link

Chapters

Birchenall (Ed) P, Adams (Ed) N. 2011. The Nursing Companion Birchenall P, Adams N. The Nursing Companion 1 :311-325 Palgrave Macmillan. London 9781403941886

Poster

Maestri-Banks AM. 2007. An exploratory study to review students' communication skills in admitting patients, using a reflective model The International Royal College of Nursing Conference

Engagement & Impact

Award:

The Vice Chancellors Excellence Award, which was given in recognition of distinction in teaching in respect of outstanding impact on students' learning experience., LJMU

Conference presentation:

An exploratory study to review students’ communication skills in admitting patients, using a reflective model., The International Royal College of Nursing Conference, The International Royal College of Nursing Conference, Liverpool, Poster presentation

The introduction of facilitated critical thinking groups into the BA (Hons) Nursing course: Facilitator reflections on learning and potential developments. Dr Christine Wall and Sheila Dunbar., Teaching and Learning Conference, LJMU, Oral presentation

Integrated approaches to curriculum design for the student learning disability experience: Everyone’s view counts. The Learning Disability Collaborative Group., Teaching and Learning Conference, LJMU, Liverpool, Poster presentation

It is about breaking the chains of the past. Allowing individuals who lived the experience to education. The Learning Disability Collaborative Group., Teaching and Learning Conference, LJMU, Liverpool, Oral presentation

Me, Myself and I – developing empathy skills with students. With Colleagues Ceri Jones and Damian Maher, Teaching and Learning Conference,, LJMU, Liverpool, Oral presentation

External collaboration:

Community Groups relating to the support of Adults with Learning Disability -, MOWALL PACTT MENCAP PEOPLE FIRST RBLUHT

External committees:

The Learning Disability Steering Group, The Royal and Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust, member of the group

Fellowships:

Fellow of The Higher Education Academy, The Higher Education Academy

Media Coverage:

Radio - Roger Philips Show on Life Long Learning - March 2002

Membership of professional bodies:

Registered General Nurse, Nursing and Midwifery Council

Registered Nurse Recorded Teacher, Nursing and Midwifery Council

Other invited event:

Learning from Individuals who live with a Learning Disability., Town Hall, Liverpool, I was invited to present at The Liverpool Nursing 150 year event

Other Professional Activity:

Convenor in an open conference for NHS/North West Research and Development. January 2015 - Catalyst Event Report on How can we demonstrate the benefits of involving the public in research?

Teaching qualification:

Postgraduate Teaching and Learning for Higher Education