Nursing and Allied Health
Faculty: Faculty of Health
School: Nursing and Allied Health
Email address: I.W.PierceHayes@ljmu.ac.uk
Telephone: 0151 904 1073
I have worked in the NHS for over 20 years. I have worked as a Cardiac Specialist Nurse based in A&E for 12 years and previously worked within several NHS trusts in Cheshire and Merseyside. I continue to teach in practice as an Advanced Life Support Instructor.
I completed a Master of Education and attained Fellowship with The Higher Education Academy. I have taught in Higher Education for the past 14 years. I joined Liverpool John Moores University in January 2020 as a Senior Lecturer. I teach on the pre-registration nursing BSc and I am also part of the Advanced Practice team and the Non-Medical Prescribing team.
I am chair of a local charity Moving on with Life and Learning (MOWLL) which is a Liverpool grown organisation dedicated to the rights and social inclusion of self-advocates with Learning Disabilities, enduring mental health issues and acquired disabilities. Our mission is to provide the best person focused service to ensure individuals develop socially, personally and professionally.
University of Chester, UK, MEd
Edgehill University, UK, BSc (Hons) Specialist Practice
West Lancashire College of Nursing & Midwifery, Diploma (HE) Nursing
Non-Medical Prescribing, UK, University of Chester, ? - present
Higher Education Award Developing Clinical Skills, UK, EdgeHill University, ? - present
Pierce-Hayes I. 2016. "We need a community of care in place of EU neoliberalism" Nursing times, 112 :7 Author Url
Mercer D, Kenworthy H, Pierce-Hayes I. 2016. Making rhetoric a reality: Inclusion in practice as "transformative learning" Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 20 :110-118 DOI Publisher Url
Jopson N, Pierce-Hayes I. 2008. Are nurses who fail to blow the whistle on bad practice protecting themselves? Nursing times, 104 :12 Author Url
Pierce-Hayes I. 2007. 'Those responsible for mismanaging the NHS must be held accountable'. Nursing times, 103 :12 Author Url
Pierce-Hayes I. 2004. Health inequality gap must be closed. Nursing times, 100 :16 Author Url
Pierce-Hayes I. 2008. Key Concepts in Nursing, Mason-Whitehead E, McIntosh A, Bryan A, Mason T. , Mason T. Sage