Sarah Keeley

Sarah Keeley

  • 01202 961192
  • skeeley at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • University Practice Learning Advisor
  • Bournemouth House B411, 19 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LH
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Biography

I work for Bournemouth University as a University Practice learning Advisor. I cover the Bournemouth, Ferndown, Wimborne and Verwood area. Previously I taught clinical skills for Bournemouth University and my background before that was in community nursing.

Research

Research assistant on the Menories of Nursing oral history project.

Journal Articles

Conferences

  • Keeley, S., 2016. Mentorship Conference: Evidence Based Practice. In: Mentorship Conference: Evidence Based Practice 7 July 2016 Salisbury.
  • Keeley, S., 2014. The value of alignment: integrating anatomy physiology and practice simulation into an acredited unit. In: 25th Networking for healthcare education conference 2-4 September 2014 Churchill college, Cambridge.
  • Joy, R., Bevan, A., Keeley, S. and Brown, P., 2014. The value of alignment: Integrating anatomy, physiology and prctice simulation into an accredited unit. In: The 25th International Networking for Healthcare Education 2-4 September 2014 Churchill College. University of Cambridge UK.
  • Keeley, S., 2013. Workshop 2: Experience the Student Experience: Clinical Simulation. In: Practice assor conference: the context of practice 3 July 2013 Bournemouth University.
  • Keeley, S., 2013. Keynote 3: The role of simulation in developing healthcare professionals. In: Practice assor conference: the context of practice. 3 July 2013 Bournemouth University.
  • Bond, C.S., 2013. Making the 'patient' real; Evidence based service user involvement in simulation scenarios. In: Putting people at the heart of nursing care: leading the way. 21 June 2013 Bournemouth, England..
  • Keeley, S. and Bond,, C.S., 2013. Making the 'patient' real; Evidence based service user involvement in simulation scenarios. In: Presented at the Putting people at the heart of nursing care: leading the way. UK Phi Mu Chapter Inaugural Conference 21 June 2013 Bournemouth.
  • Keeley, S., 2013. Principals and practice of nursing: an investigation of how nurses learnt their clinical skills1930-1965 to discover past teaching and learning techniquesthat could impact on current nurse education. In: Festival of learning 3-7 June 2013 Bournmouth university.
  • Keeley, S., 2012. Principals and Practice of nursing: An investigation of how nurses learnt their clinical skills 1930-1965 to discover past teaching and learning techniques that could impacton current nurse education. In: European Federation of Nurse educators (fine) with the RCN education forum international conference 2012 3-5 October 2012 Cardiff.
  • Keeley, S., 2011. Principals and Practice of nursing: An investigation of how nurses learnt their clinical skills 1930-1965. In: Colloquium in the history of nursing 1 April 2011 Glasgow.
  • Keeley, S. and Keeley, S., 2009. New Approaches to infection control: virtual gaming. In: The third international clinical skills conference July 2009 Prato.
  • Keeley, S. and Joy, R., 2009. New Approaches to Infection Control: Virtual Gaming. In: RCN Joint Education Forums’ 2nd International Conference and Exhibition: Beyond the borders: innovations for international excellence in nurse education 11-13 June 2009 Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow, Scotland: Royal College of Nursing/ Partners in Practice.
  • Keeley, S., 2008. The use of a computer assisted learning package as a teaching resource. In: NET 2008 conference education in healthcare 2-4 September 2008 Cambridge.
  • Keeley, S., 2007. Evaluating and developing computer assisted learning within thepractice skills centre. In: RCN joint educators forum !st international conference. Beyond the Borders: international nursing education in the 21st century 5-7 July 2007 Brighton.

Posters

  • Keeley, S., 2016. An urgent and emergency responce to placements: A collaboration between South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and Bournemouth University to provide innovative placements for adult nursing students.

Qualifications

  • Registered General Nurse in Adult Nursing (UKCC, 1989)
  • ENB 298 in Elderly Care (English National Board, 1991)
  • Diploma in Professional Studies in Nursing (Bournemouth University, 2002)
  • BSc (Hons) in Health and Social Care (Bournemouth University, 2005)
  • PGCE in Health and social Care Education (Bournemouth University, 2008)
  • MA in Health and Social Care Education (Bournemouth University, 2011)

Memberships

  • Nursing and midwifery council, Member (1989-),
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