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Ms Pat Clarke

Ms Pat Clarke

Telephone: 0151 231 4450

Biography

Pat has a wealth of experience as a healthcare professional from experience in acute care to substantial experience in the community since qualifying in 1987.
Pat undertook her general nurse training in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Following registration she undertook her first position in a care of the older person setting. She then took up a position on a general medicine ward which mainly specialised in diabetes.
Having a passion to work in a community setting, she undertook further training to become a health visitor. It was during her role as a health visitor that she became interested in learning more about safeguarding and professional practice.
Following this she then undertook a role in training as professional development nurse and realised her passion in education.
Since working as a senior lecturer at LJMU Pat has taught across the pre registration nursing programme as well as teaching post registration students.
She leads a CPD module on safeguarding.

I am a senior fellow with the Higher Education Academy.
I am a reviewer for Nurse Education in Practice

Degrees

2012, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, M Res (Merit)
2010, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PG Cert
2008, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MA (Education Management)
1997, University of Bolton, United Kingdom, BA (Hons)

Publications

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Clarke PB. 2015. Student Engagement with Personal Tutoring: the perceptions and experiences of nursing students Teaching and Learning Conference

Clarke PB. 2014. The Perceptions of Older People of the competencies required by health and social care professionals in the delivery of care The International Conference on Aging and Society

Chapters

Clarke PB. 2009. Public Health and the Media Wilson F, Mzwandile M. 50 Key Concepts in Public Health :83-88 Sage. London

Journal Articles

Clarke PB. Communication skills required when working with older people Working Papers in the Health Sciences,

Clarke PB. Student Nurses: Collaborators or Challengers The Journal of Adult Protection,

Engagement & Impact

Membership of professional bodies:

Registrant, Nursing & Midwifery Council, https://www.nmc.org.uk/

Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy, https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/recognition-accreditation