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Paul is a registered nurse in Adult nursing. Paul has been a registered nurse since 1989 and until he joined UCLAN in 2004 fulfilled a variety of clinical roles in the National Health Service.
Paul is a senior lecturer within the Acute, Critical and Emergency Care Division within the School of Health Sciences. Paul's clinical background is renal nursing, having practised in many of the United Kingdom's leading renal centres. Paul is the module leader for post registration nursing modules in renal related subjects.
Paul has experience within a variety of senior nursing positions within the renal speciality to include transplantation, acute and maintenance dialysis therapies.
His research interests relate to the role of the registered nurse in the renal setting. Paul is currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate in Applied Educational Research, the title of his research project is ‘Exploring the impact of University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLAN) educational programmes on the renal nurse’s practice’.
Cairns, P. (2008). Moving & Handling In R. Richardson. (Ed) Clinical Skills for Student Nurses: Theory, Practice & Reflection. pp 235 – 252. Exeter, United Kingdom: Reflect Press.
Paul is currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate in Applied Educational Research.
Chief external examiner for the BSc Nursing programme, University of Stirling.
Exploring the impact of University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLAN) educational programmes on the renal nurse’s practice’ 45th European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association International Conference in Valencia, Spain - September 2016.