Dr Sarah Burden
Sarah is a Registered Nurse, an experienced Nursing academic and a Senior Fellow of the HEA. Following clinical practice in intensive care and medicine, she has been involved in higher education across a range of pre-and post-registration and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes in the UK.
Sarah currently sits on the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Education Forum Steering Committee, where she has contributed to publications on Placement Learning and a review of mentoring practices. She has been on the Organising & Scientific Committees for the RCN Education Forum Conferences (2017 & 2018), as well as a member of the international Scientific Review Committee for NETNEP 2018, 7th International Nurse Education Conference in Banff, Canada. In addition, Sarah has worked as a pre-publication reviewer for a number of skills and simulation texts, and reviews for Journal of Advanced Nursing, and Nurse Education in Practice.
Widely experienced in curriculum development and delivery, her teaching, research supervision and activity is concerned with practice based education and assessment, and skills development in End of Life Care and Medicines Management.
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Surr CA; Sass C; Burnley N; Drury M; Smith S; Parveen S; Burden S; Oyebode J (2018), Components of impactful dementia training for general hospital staff: a collective case study: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Burden SE; Topping AE; O'Halloran C (2018), Mentor judgements and decision-making in the assessment of student nurse competence in practice: a mixed-methods study: Blackwell Publishing Inc.
Burden SE; Topping A; O'Halloran C (2015), The value of artefacts in stimulating recall interviews: Exploring mentor decisions of student competence in practice: RCN Publishing