Kathleen Greenway MA (Ed), BSc, RGN, RNT, Cert HE

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Kathleen Greenway is a Senior Leturer in Adult Nursing in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, and she is based at the Marston Road campus. Kathleen completed her Registered General Nurse training at the Oxford School of Nursing and later completed a BSc in Nursing Studies  and Registered Nurse Tutor qualification at the University of Hull. After qualification, Kathleen had 6 years clincial experience in Gastrointestinal Surgery and two years in Geratology. She then spent two years working for Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare Trust as a tutor/facilitator, and during this time she completed her MA in Education at the Open University. In 2000, Kathleen joined Oxford Brookes University as a Senior Lecturer. Kathleen is currently a student on the EdD programme at Oxford Brookes University.

Membership of Professional Bodies

Member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • U40161 Independent Study ( Module Leader)
  • U43708 Introduction to Using Evidence in Professional Practice
  • U43744 Research Method
  • U40199 Dissertation supervision
  • Critical appraisal of research module on the Hong Kong BSc Programme

Postgraduate

MSc Dissertation supervision

Teaching/Research Interests

Using and understanding evidence based practice at the beginner/novice level

Intramuscular Injection (IM) technique

The provision of last offices

Ritualisic nursing practice

Selected Publications

Peer reviewed papers

Greenway K (2014) Rituals in nursing:intramuscualr injections, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 23, 3583-3588

Merriman C and Greenway K (2013) Intramuscular Injections-Using the Deltoid Site. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Merriman C and Greenway K (2013) Intramuscular Injections-Using the Dorsogluteal Site. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Merriman C and Greenway K (2013) Intramuscular Injections-Using the Vastus Lateralis site. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Merriman C and Greenway K (2013) Intramuscular Injections-Using the Ventrogluteal Site ClinicalSkills.Net:Londong

Merriman C and Greenway K (2013) Intramuscular Injections-Using the Intradermal Site. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Merriman C and Greenway K (2013) Subcutaneous Injections. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Guidance on the Administration to Adults of Oil-based Depot and other Long-Acting Intramuscular Antipsychotic Injections (2011) Co-author.  Available at: http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fhsc/PDF/Injection%20SOP%202011%20(3rd%20Edition).pdf

Greenway K, Johnson P (2011) Last Offices in the Hospital setting. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Greenway K, Johnson P (2011) Last Offices in the Community setting. ClinicalSkills.Net:London

Greenway K, Merriman C, and Statham D (2006) Using the ventrogluteal Site for Intramuscular Injections. Learning Disability Practice, Vol. 9(8):34-37.

Greenway K (2004) Using the ventrogluteal site for intramuscular injection. Nursing Standard. 18, 25,39-42.

Conference Presentations

ASPiH National Conference, Oxford. Presentation , 09/11/12

RCN Mental Health Forum Conference ,Liverpool, IM workshop 6/3/10

Partnerships in Care, National Conference, Warrington, IM workshop 13/10/10

First Surgical Nursing Conference,  IM workshop, Oxford 4/10/05

Second Surgical Nursing Conference, Holiday Inn, IM workshop,Oxford October 2006

Kathleen  Greenway

CONTACT DETAILS

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