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Mandy Brimble

Research student

I am an experienced children's nurse, health visitor and lecturer at the School of Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff University.  I am studying for a Professional Doctorate. My study is about children's nurses perceptions of professional boundaries, between themselves and parents, in the children's hospice setting.

Publications

Book Chapters

Brimble MJ (2007) Chapter 5:Empowering Children, Young People and their Families, in Lowes, L & Valentine, F (2007). Nursing Care of Children and Young People with Chronic Illness. Oxford.  Blackwell.

Articles

Brimble MJ (2008) Skills assessment using video analysis in a simulated environment : an evaluation.  Paediatric Nursing, Vol 20, No 7, p26-31.

Brimble MJ (2009) Diagnosis and management of ADHD: a new way forward?  Community Practitioner, Vol 82, No 10, p34-37.

Brimble, MJ (2012) Recruit, Retain and Employ Project Group (Case Study C2, Page 115) in Higher Education Academy (2012) Future Directions for Higher Education in Wales: Learning for Employment.  Cardiff. Higher Education Academy Wales.

Howell, R & Brimble, M (2013) Dental health management for children with special healthcare needs.  Nursing Children and Young People, Vol 25, No 5, p19-22.

Brimble, MJ & Benbow, JA (2013) The Recruit Retain Employ Group:

An intervention to improve recruitment, retention and employment of undergraduate student nurses and midwives (pages 181-184) in Higher Education Academy (2013) Compendium of Effective Practice in Higher Education: Volume 2.  York. Higher Education Academy.

Fisher, P & Brimble, MJ (2013) Tŷ Hafan Dads’ Group. RELAY:A practice magazine for Together for Short Lives members.  Issue 2, p5-7.

Brimble, MJ (2013) Does entry route really affect academic outcome? Academic achievement of traditional versus non traditional entrants to BN (Hons) pre-registration nursing programmes.  Journal of Further and Higher Education.DOI: 10.1080/030987XX.2013.858675.

Brimble, MJ (2014) Duchenne muscular dystrophy: should newborn screening be reintroduced? Insight:sharing best practice in paediatric palliative care. Volume 1, Issue 1, p4-5

Brimble, MJ and Williams, H (2016) ‘Out of the wilderness: The value and meaning of a group for fathers of children with life-limiting conditions.  BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care, November 2016, Volume 6, Supplement 1, p A8.

Conference Poster Presentations

19th June 2006: Brimble, MJ Using video equipment to assess competency in the Children’s Nursing Clinical Skills Laboratory – Student and Lecturers Views at Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust and Cardiff University School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies National Children and Young People’s Conference, "Fitting the pieces together: Meeting the holistic needs of children and young people with chronic, physical and mental illness and complex health care needs". Cardiff.

26th March 2013: Brimble MJ & Benbow JA. Success in Undergraduate nurses and midwives in one School of Nursing in the UK: The Recruit, Retain and Employ Group at Higher Education Academy Conference 26 and 27 March 2013: What can higher education contribute to improving social mobility in the UK? Manchester.

23rd April 2013: Malpiedi E, Brimble MJ & Thompson C.  Pharmacological Interventions for Chronic Muscle Pain in Children Receiving Palliative Care: A Literature Review. RCN Pain and Palliative Care Forum at RCN Congress 2013. Liverpool. (1st prize in Chronic pain category)

23rd April 2013: Tucker A & Brimble MJ. Using M technique to manage symptoms in a child with Sanfilippo syndrome: A case study. RCN Pain and Palliative Care Forum at RCN Congress 2013. Liverpool.

20th May 2013:  Brimble MJ, Benbow JA & Bill S.  The Recruit, Retain and Employ Group- An intervention to improve recruitment, retention and employment of undergraduate student nurses and midwives. Chief Nursing Officer Wales Conference 2013: Together for Care- Pushing the Boundaries. Cardiff.

10th – 11th March 2015:  Brimble MJ.  The role of the lead practitioner for education and research: using the advanced practitioner framework to evaluate the impact of the role. RCN Education Forum national conference and exhibition: Partners in Practice. Nottingham.

18th November 2016: Out of the wilderness: The value and meaning of a group for fathers of children with life-limiting conditions’ at Hospice UK Conference: People, Partnerships and Potential,  16th-18th November 2016, ACC, Liverpool. (Jointly with Hannah Williams, Community Care Services Team Leader, Tŷ Hafan)

Anstey, Sally

Dr Sally Anstey

Senior Lecturer: Adult Nursing; Research Theme Lead - Optimising Well-being in Health and Fitness (Co-Lead)

Jane Davies

Dr Jane Davies

Senior Lecturer: Child and Young People