I am a Principal Lectuer in the School of Health and Education. I also have the honour of holding the award of Senior Teaching Fellow and make it my mission to promote high quality innovative and interactive teaching across my department and the university as a whole. I am passionate about inclusivity and consider this the bedrock of everything I do.
DProf, MSc, BSc (Hons), PGDip Ed, RN, OncNCert, RNT, FHEA.
Teaching includes undergraduate nursing (adult branch and European nursing) and other healthcare professionals.
Teaching subjects include:
Middlesex University Teaching Fellowship (Teaching Excellence) 2004
Middlesex University Senior Teaching Fellowship (Teaching Excellence) 2011
Editor of Middlesex Teaching Fellows newsletter: INSPIRE
Widening participation and the student life cycle, lecturers understanding of diversity and how this impacts upon their teaching
Experiential learning, placement learning environments
Cunningham, Sheila (2020) Clinical learning environments. In: Dimensions on nursing teaching and learning: Supporting Nursing Students in Learning Nursing. Cunningham, Sheila , ed. Springer, London. ISBN 9783030397661 (Accepted/In press)
Moore, Tina and Cunningham, Sheila (2019) Nursing skills in professional and practice contexts. Skills in Nursing Practice . Routledge, London. ISBN 9781138479487
Cunningham, Sheila and Moore, Tina (2019) Nursing skills in nutrition, hydration and elimination. Skills in Nursing Practice . Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9781138479456
Cunningham, Sheila and Moore, Tina (2019) Nursing skills in safety and protection. Skills in Nursing Practice . Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9781138479401
Hall, Carol and Cunningham, Sheila and Knight, Anneyce (2019) Perspectives: nursing education - from vision to action in changing world. Journal of Research in Nursing , 24 (3-4). pp. 265-270. ISSN 1744-9871
Work-based learning (IWBL) grant to develop online resources for employers to support placement students.
Higher Education Teaching Development Grant (2012): this project enabled a partnership approach with students to explore volunteering as an avenue to empower biomedical students to develop employability skills. This resulted in setting up of a satellite society within Middlesex of a 'Marrow' group whereby students engage with peers and the public and community to raise awareness of, and recruit to, the bone marrow donor register. This has been hugely welcomed by students and influential in increasing the diversity of donors to the register which are sorely needed.
Administrative and professional duties/roles
Reviewer and advisor to Nursing Standard, Cancer Nursing and Nursing Times journals
External examiner roles (nursing programmes) quailty assurance and enhancement role
Member of London Higher Education Access Forum.