Research Profile

Mrs Cindy
ODell

Senior Lecturer - Nursing

Faculty of Health and Society

  • Qualifications

    • BSc (Hons)
    • PGCTHE
    • RN
    • ACSM
  • Module leader

    • NPR2003 Rehabilitation

    Undergraduate teaching

    Caf Modules:

    • Foundation of Nursing Studies
    • Clinical Skills Year 1
    • Basic Life Support Instructor
    • NPR2003 Rehabilitation
    • NPR200   Research Methods level 2

    Non Caf

    • Term 7/8 Acute Critical Care
    • Personal Academic Advisor for year 1, 2 and 3 undergraduate students
  • At present Cindy’s areas for focus are:

    Rehabilitation
    Cindy is interested in how student nurses perceive nurse practitioners in practice. To this end she, in collaboration with a colleague, has captured data to understand the student’s perceptions in rehabilitation settings. In doing so it is hoped to develop further data and underpin curricula.
    Submitted for conference presentation February 2008

    Physical Activity and Health
    This area is of great personal interest. Cindy is very interested in the learning attained from the engagement in physical activity circuits for student nurses, particularly knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Presently she is examining data as to how this learning aides nursing knowledge. Submitted for conference presentation June 2008.

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