Dr Philip Carey

Nursing and Allied Health

Phil is the Dean of the Teaching & Learning Academy. The Academy provides general oversight of academic practice in LJMU, whether this is associated with face-to-face or technology enhanced learning. The academy also coordinating the institutional response to the access and participation plan. Phil is also programme leader for the MA Academic Practice. Prior to taking this role in the Academy, Phil was Acting Director of the School of Nursing & Allied Health and has been Associate Dean (Education) for the Faculty of Education, Health & Community.

Phil's research interests focus on student engagement, with specific reference to how students can participate in the university's decision-making processes. He has a lead role in the development of student engagement in LJMU and chairs the institutional Student Engagement Panel. He was made a Reader in Student Engagement in 2016.

Phil is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and in 2015 was recognised as a National Teaching Fellow.

Degrees

2013, University of Lancaster, UK, PhD
1996, University of East London, United Kingdom, PCTHLE
1994, University of Manchester, UK, MSc
1987, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, BSc (hons)

Academic appointments

Dean of the Teaching & Learning Academy, Academic Registry, LJMU, 2020 - present

Journal article

Cutler S, Morecroft C, Carey P, Kennedy T. 2020. Are pharmacy students adequately prepared to work in healthcare teams? Pharmacy Education, 20 :43-51 Publisher Url Public Url

Cutler SC, Morecroft C, Carey P, Kennedy T. 2019. Are interprofessional healthcare teams meeting patient expectations? An exploration of the perceptions of patients and informal caregivers Journal of Interprofessional Care, 33 :66-75 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Carey P. 2017. Enhancing student representation: the Liverpool John Moores University way Innovations in Practice, :4-8 Public Url

Carey P. 2016. The impact of institutional culture, policy and process on student engagement in university decision-making Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education, :1-8 DOI Public Url

Carey P. 2015. Student engagement and the threat of consumerism: testing assumptions International Journal of Advancement in Education and Social Sciences, 3 :1-7 Public Url

Carey P. 2013. Student as co-producer in a marketised higher education system: a case study of students' experience of participation in curriculum design Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 50 :250-260 DOI

Carey P. 2013. Representation and student engagement in higher education: a reflection on the views and experiences of course representatives Journal of Further and Higher Education,, 37 :71-88 DOI

Carey P. 2013. Student as co-producer in a marketised higher education system: a case study of students’ experience of participation in curriculum design Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 50 :250-260 DOI Author Url

Carey P. 2012. Exploring variation in nurse educators' perceptions of the inclusive curriculum INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION, 16 :741-755 DOI Author Url

Carey P. 2012. Student engagement: stakeholder perspectives on course representation in university governance Studies in Higher Education, DOI Author Url

Carey P. 2011. Exploring variation in nurse educators’perceptions of the inclusive curriculum International Journal of Inclusive Education,

Brooman SD, Carey P, Jubb E, Milsom C. 2010. Student Views of Assessment and Feedback Innovations in Practice, 2 :123-132

Carey P, Milsom C, Brooman S, Jubb E. 2010. Student views of assessment and feedback Innovations in Practice, 2 :123-130

Shawa L, Carey P, Mair M. 2008. Studying interaction in undergraduate tutorials: results from a small-scale evaluation TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 13 :703-714 DOI Author Url

Carey P, Sutton S. 2004. Community development through participatory arts: Lessons learned from a community arts and regeneration project in South Liverpool Community Development Journal, 39 :123-134 DOI

Carey PSS. 2003. ‘Closer’: an evaluation of a community arts and regeneration initiative Community Development Journal,

carey P. 2003. ‘Closer’: an evaluation of a community arts and regeneration initiative Community Development Journal,

Cleave H, Carey P, Norris P, Sloper P, While D, Charlton A. 1997. Pastoral care in initial teacher education: A survey of secondary teacher education institutions Pastoral Care in Education, 15 :16-21 DOI

Carey P, While D, Sloper P, Charlton A. 1995. Is health locus of control related to health education activity. Psychological reports, 76 :1389-1390 DOI Author Url

Carey P, Sloper P, Charlton A, While D. 1995. Cancer education and the primary school teacher in England and Wales Journal of Cancer Education, 10 :48-52 DOI Author Url

Carey P, Charlton A, Sloper P, While D. 1995. Cancer Education in Secondary Schools Educational Review, 47 :101-111 DOI

Williams J, Carey P, Grainne G, Melanie I, Carol-Ann M, Abigail P. 1995. Education for empowerment: Implications for professional development and training in health promotion Health Education Journal, 54 :37-47 DOI

Carey P. 1993. Dealing with pupils’ life crises: A model for action Pastoral Care in Education, 11 :12-18 DOI

Carey P. 1992. Teachers' attitudes to cancer education: A discussion in the light of a recent English survey Journal of Cancer Education, 7 :153-161 DOI Author Url

Carey P. 1991. Teaching about cancer - an evaluation of a cancer education resource Health Education Journal, 50 :78-82 DOI

Putwain D, Bodfield K, Carey P, Rowley A. A Construct Validation and Extension of the Adolescent Attachment Questionnaire (AAQ) Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, DOI Author Url Public Url

Award:

National Teaching Fellow. 2015

Fellowships:

Senior Fellow, Advance HE.

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