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Elaine Robinson

Assistant Professor

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Elaine Robinson

Campus Address

Room D202 Coach lane campus west
Northumbria Umiversity
Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • How to Use Pharmaceutical and Prescribing Reference Guides, Robinson, E., Pryor, C., Hand, A. 3 Jan 2022, Fundamentals of Pharmacology for Children's Nurses, Chichester, West Sussex, Wiley
  • Medications used in Children and Young People’s Cancer, Robinson, E., Rosengarten, L. 3 Jan 2022, Fundamentals of Pharmacology for Children's Nurses, Chichester, West Sussex, Wiley
  • Medications Used in Children's and Young People's Cancer, Robinson, E., Rosengarten, L. 3 Jan 2022, Fundamentals of Pharmacology for Children's Nurses, Chichester, West Sussex, Wiley
  • Understanding neonatal jaundice, Robinson, E., Jones-Anderson, N. 21 Jun 2022
  • Medications used in cancer, Walls, E., Rosengarten, L. 25 Feb 2021, Fundamentals of Pharmacology, Oxford, Wiley
  • Training community health nurses to measure parent–child interaction: a mixed-methods study, Levicks, P., McKean, C., Walls, E., Law, J. 1 Jun 2020, In: European Journal of Public Health
  • Assessing for faltering growth in infants and children, Walls, E. 26 Sep 2019, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • Embedding knowledge into non-medical prescribing education, Walls, E. 23 May 2019, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • How can all nurses support parenting?, Walls, E. 24 Oct 2019, In: British Journal of Nursing
  • The Value of Situational Leadership, Walls, E. 8 Mar 2019, In: Community Practitioner

I qualified as a Childrens Nurse in 1996, and worked as a staff nurse within Childrens Bone Marrow Transplants (BMT), Childrens Intensive Care and Oncology, leading onto a role as Immunology Nurse Specialist for children undergoing BMT.

In 2007 I completed a Public Health Nurse Specialist degree and qualified as a Health Visitor working across Northumbria and South Tyneside Trusts, becoming Community Practice Teacher for specialist public health students in Northumbria.

During my practice years my interests have included developing family support services, both in the acute and community settings. Presenting at conferences locally, nationally and internationally. I had a lead role in the development and delivery of staff training across Northumbria Healthcare around  practice and partnership working, action learning and preceptorship programmes.

Research interets have included parent and child responsiveness studies in partnership with Newcastle university,  a collaborative study with young people and children with a focus on the qualities children want from childrens nurses, partnership research with the Great North Childrens Hospital alongside my PhD exploring the barriers faced by parents with mental distress when accessing child health services.

  • PGCert July 02 2018
  • Graduate Certificate June 01 2013
  • MSc July 01 2012
  • BA (Hons) September 01 2007
  • HND March 01 1996
  • Post graduate certificate in Teaching PGCert 2017
  • Nurse Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 1996

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