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Academic Biography

Allyson Sanderson [nee Newton]

 

 

 

 

Email                     A.Sanderson@tees.ac.uk

 

 

Education and Qualifications

 

 

1987 – 1990                         Newcastle-upon-Tyne school of nursing, Newcastle

                                              Trained and qualified as Registered General Nurse

 

Nov-Dec 1994                     Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion, Edinburgh, Scotland

                                            Ophthalmic professional studies course in assessment skills for    

                                            Outpatients/ Accident and Emergency

                                            (Content equivalent to ENB 346)

 

July-Sept 1996                   Moorfields’ Eye Hospital, London, UK

                                            Ophthalmic Theatre Nursing Course

 

1998                                     Kings College Hospital, London, UK

                                            ENB 998 Teaching and assessing in clinical practice

 

Sept 1999-                           Darlington College of Technology (The Institute of Management            

June 2000                           Foundation] Diploma in Management

 

March 2000                          Bristol Eye Infirmary

                                             Eye retrieval course [3 days] in conjunction with UKTSSA

 

May 2001                             Ophthalmic skills workshop; 3 days, Manchester, UK

                                             Organized by Royal College of Ophthalmologists

 

September 2001 - 2005     MA advancing practice, University of Teesside

                              

Sept 2005 –Jan 2006         Emergency Care Practitioner Program, University of Teesside

                                                Full time16-week course.

 

Sept 2007 – March 2008   Non medical and supplementary prescribing program

                                                University of Teesside

 

Sept 2010 – Oct 2011         Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

                                                University of Teesside

 

Jan 2012                               Accreditation of PGCE to NMC for professional registration as ‘Teacher status’

 

March 2012                          A Fellow of the Higher Education Academy  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publications

 

Ophthalmic Nursing Journal, June 2002, “What a difference a visual impairment awareness training programme makes”, Page 7 – 9.

 

Co-editor of ophthalmic chapter 13 in ‘ Nursing the Adult – home and hospital’. Elsevier Publishers, Edinburgh, 2003 – completed June 2004

Current 4th edition, Brooker, C and Nicol, M [2011] Alexander’s Nursing Practice; 4th Edition; Elsevier.

Current 5th Edition due for publication 2019.

 

Newton M and Sanderson A(2013) The effect of visual impairment on patients' falls risk. Nursing Older People. Vol 25, No 8. P 16 -19.

 

 

 

Employment History

 

April 2009 to present day

Teesside University, Middlesbrough, Tees Valley

Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing

Working within a team; training both pre and post registration students. Field Leader for 1701 cohort, Module leader for MSc Nursing Dissertation and Pre-registraion year 2 skills, as well as working with the paramedic team, teaching advanced clinical skills. Lead in developing the BSc (Hons) Clinical Optometry full time course approved by GOC. Working as academic mentor as well as supporting students, personal tutor role and practice mentors as required. Commenced DrPP in September 2019.

 

March 2008 to April 2009

Blacketts Medical Practice, Darlington

Emergency Care Practitioner

 

September 2005 – March 2008

Darlington Primary Care Trust

Emergency care Practitioner, Band 8a

 

May 1999 – August 2005     

County Durham and Darlington Acute Hospitals NHS Trust,

Darlington Memorial Hospital, Hollyhurst road, Darlington.                                       

Clinical Nurse Specialist, Ophthalmology, Band 6

 

July 1997- May 1999

Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust, St. Thomas’ hospital, London

Staff nurse, Grade E, South wing eye department.

 

Feb – April 1997

Auckland public hospital, Auckland, New Zealand

Ophthalmic theatre nurse

 

July – December 1996

Moorfields’ Eye Hospital, London, UK

Ophthalmic theatre nurse, E grade

 

 

September 1994 – June 1996

West Lothian NHS Trust, St. John’s hospital, Livingston, Scotland

Ophthalmic nurse, E grade, Outpatient and Inpatient services

 

June 1991 – Sept 1994

During this time, I was employed in a variety of agency and oversea posts.

 

March 1990 – June 1991

Royal Victoria Infirmary, Pavilion two, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK.

Staff nurse, D grade

 

External positions

Academy school councillor, Polam Hall School, Woodard Academy Trust

1 Mar 20182019

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Research Output

Challenging practice and promoting patient centred care.

Graham, T., Sanderson, A., Brennan, G. & Barran, N., 13 Feb 2016, In : Nursing & residential care. 18, 2

Research output: Contribution to journalConference article

  • Challenging practice and promoting person centred care

    Sanderson, A., 12 Feb 2016, In : Nursing & residential care. 18, 2, p. 90- 94 5 p., 2 .

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • The effect of visual impairment on patients’ falls risk

    Newton, M. & Sanderson, A., 2013, In : Nursing older people. 25, 8, p. 16-21

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Care of the patient with eye disease/ disorder

    Sanderson, A., 10 Oct 2011, Alexander's Nursing Practice . brooker, C. & nicol, M. (eds.). 4th ed. edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone, p. 421 448 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

  • Care of the eye patient

    Sanderson, A., 4 Jun 2004, Nursing practice -Hospital and Home . alexander, M. (ed.). 3 ed. edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone, p. 553 590 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter