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 Suzanne Hughes

Suzanne Hughes

Senior Lecturer: Adult Nursing & Programme Manager (BN)

School of Healthcare Sciences

Email
hughessj3@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 206 88698
Campuses
Room 2.12, Ty Dewi Sant, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XN

Overview

Other Roles and Responsibilities

Research Interests

Learning and teaching in preregistration education

Research includes:

Mixed methods survey of 516 student nurses in two Welsh universities focusing on the factors that influence student attendance during the theoretical component of the Fitness for Practice curriculum

A quantitative pilot study in 2003 identifying the factors that influence student attendance during the theoretical component of the Fitness for Practice curriculum

A grant of £2000 from the Association of Perioperative Practitioners was used to evaluate pre-registration students' experiences of their operating theatre placement with the surgical module of the FFP curriculum

Career Overview

2015 to date: Senior lecturer, School of Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff University

2002-2015: Lecturer, Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies

2000-2002: Practice Educator, University Hodpital Llandough, Cardiff

Sept 1997 - Dec 1998: Sister: Anaesthetics & Recovery, Day Theatres, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff

Teaching Profile

Contributes to learning and teaching activities across undergraduate and post-graduate programmes

Biography

Awards and Prizes

  • Awarded the Ann Vaughan Memorial Prize following completion of the PGCE with Distinction* at Cardiff University in 2004
  • Awarded a grant of £2000 from the Association of Perioperative Practice, to evaluate pre-registration students' experiences of their operating theatre placement with the surgical module of the FFP curriculum.

Membership and External Activity

  • Nursing Standard: Review panel
  • Book reviewer and book proposal reviewer for Nelson Thornes, Open University Press, Routledge and Palgrave MacMillan

Publications

2013

2012

2009

  • Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. 2009. Oxford handbook of perioperative practice. Ocford Handbooks in Nursing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hughes, S. J., Mardell, A. and Williams, S. 2009. Perioperative practice. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-13.
  • Hughes, S. J. and Harding, M. M. 2009. Pre-assessment of surgical patients. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 49-56.
  • Hancock, J. E.et al. 2009. Admission of surgical patients. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 23-45.
  • Mardell, A.et al. 2009. Operating theatre practice. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 271-324.
  • Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. 2009. Preparing the patient for theatre. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 85-105.
  • Hughes, S. J. and Stanfield-Davies, B. 2009. Patients with pre-existing disease. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 57-83.
  • Radcliffe, T.et al. 2009. Specialist anaesthesia. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 225-245.
  • Jones, A.et al. 2009. Perioperative drugs. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 479-533.
  • Lewis, T.et al. 2009. Emergency care. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 551-608.
  • Hamlington, G.et al. 2009. Caring for the post-anaesthesia patient. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 379-434.
  • Cox, F., Bhuda, N. and Hughes, S. J. 2009. Perioperative pharmacology. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 435-467.
  • Milton, S., Hughes, S. J. and Cooper, O. E. 2009. Principles of anaesthesia. In: Hughes, S. and Mardell, A. eds. Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Ocford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 109-130.
  • Hughes, S. J., Milton, S. and Cooper, O. E. 2009. Airway management. In: Hughes, S. J. and Mardell, A. eds. The Oxford Handbook of Perioperative Practice. Oxford Handbooks in Nursing Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 185-206.

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2002