RGN BA (Hons), PGDE, PhD
Joined the University in 1995, as Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for Advanced Diploma in Anaesthetic Nursing.
Between 1999 - 2005 was Curriculum Leader for a number of areas, including Nursing, Specialist and Advanced Practice, Interprofessional Health and Initial Nursing areas.
Between 2005 - 7 held post as Principal Lecturer and Curriculum Leader, Nursing – Specialist and Advanced Practice, Middlesex University, and joint appointment as Lead Nurse for Education and Development at Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust
Head of Department of Initial and Acute Nursing Practice between 2007 - 2012, and of Department of Adult, Child and Midwifery since 2012
Mehigan, S (2011) Pain. In Bench, S and Brown, K Learning from Critical Care Nursing Practice Blackwell Scientific, London
Mehigan, Sinead (2021) Reflective writing. In: Developing Academic Skills for Nursing Associates. Flaherty, Cariona and Taylor, Marion , eds. Understanding Nursing Associate Practice . Learning Matters A Sage Publishing Company, London, pp. 63-74. ISBN 9781529731798
Mehigan, Sinead (2021) Digital and technological literacy. In: Developing Academic Skills for Nursing Associates. Flaherty, Cariona and Taylor, Marion , eds. Understanding Nursing Associate Practice . Learning Matters A Sage Publishing Company, London, pp. 75-86. ISBN 9781529731798
Liu, Liang Q. and Mehigan, Sinead (2021) A systematic review of interventions Used to enhance compliance and implementation of the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist in adult surgery. AORN journal . ISSN 0001-2092 (Accepted/In press)
Mehigan, Sinead (2020) Learning in partnership. In: Dimensions on Nursing Teaching and Learning: Supporting Nursing Students in Learning Nursing. Cunningham, Sheila , ed. Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 21-31. ISBN 9783030397661
Mehigan, Sinead and Pisaneschi, Laura and McDermott, Justin (2019) Academic practice partnerships. In: Facilitating Learning in Practice. Morley, Dawn and Wilson, Kathy and Holbery, Natalie , eds. Routledge, pp. 44-55. ISBN 9781138311763
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