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Mrs Margaret (Maggie) Davenport

Associate Professor - Integrated Practice

About

My career experience spans nurse education, nursing and professional practice, ensuring that risks are controlled in meeting standards set out by the professional and statutory regulatory bodies. I am currently an Associate Professor, Integrated Practice. The role holds responsibility for leading on the bespoke/customised work within the school of nursing, networking and collaborating with practice partners, HEI and voluntary/private sectors to negotiate a flexible model of education that meets the needs of clinical practice adhering to the organisations Strategic Plan. I support the Director for Workforce Development and the Head of School of Nursing to undertake additional strategic roles while monitoring the HEI external business needs.  

 Before this, I was Principal Lecturer and Course Director for the Post Graduate Diploma (PgDip) in Nursing/Registered Nurse at Kingston University (KU) and St George's, University London (SGUL).  My previous role was as Senior Lecturer, Adult Field Lead in nursing within the BSc (Hons) three year pre-registration nursing programme. Both these roles have provided me with an overview of nursing education and professional practice with extensive involvement in curriculum design, academic regulations, quality and assessments. I led the design and implementation of the Nursing and Midwifery Council Pre-Registration Standards of Nursing Education (2010) into the current BSc (Hons) and PgDip programmes and have continued to led on the 2016/19 re-validation for the MSc in Nursing/Registered Nursing two year programme.

I am a Stage 4 teacher (recordable teaching qualification, with the Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC) as well as UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF), Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). I have been involved in the implementation nationally within the HEE funded "CapitalNurse"  "vision into  getting nursing right for London"; this initiative is looking at ensuring that London has the right number of nurses, with the right skills in the right place, working to deliver excellent nursing wherever it is needed.

 My teaching experience within adult nursing spans both acute care within Trauma and Resuscitation and the community, through Case Management, Long Term Conditions and Public Health.  I am involved in workforce development education through the development of bespoke programmes to meet workforce and changing service needs within health and social care settings.   I am involved in the delivery of simulation and clinical skills through learning and teaching. I have supported through course leader roles the quality of nurse educational provision and have provided across the school of nursing strategic leadership.  

Areas of specialism

  • Interprofessional education
  • Community Nursing
  • Long Term Conditions
  • Acute Adult Nursing

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Registered Nursing 1991, University of Surrey
  • Masters of Science in Primary Care, University of Surrey 2010
  • Senior Fellow of The Higher Education Academy UKPSF , Teaching and Learning 2016, Kingston University

Professional membership

National Professional Working Group

April 2016 - present - Health Education England (HEE) - Capital Nurse Career Progression Work stream - Reference Groups vision into  'get nursing right for London'; this initiative is looking at ensuring that London has the right number of nurses, with the right skills in the right place, working to deliver excellent nursing wherever it is needed.

April 2016 - April 2017 - Health Education England (HEE) - Member of "The RePAIR Project" - (Reducing Attrition and Improving Retention) project covered the four fields in nursing (adult, child, learning disabilities and mental health) along with midwifery and therapeutic radiography and aimed to gain a better understanding of the student journey from pre-enrollment, up to two years post registration.

Research

Master of Science in Primary Care

"How does the Community Matrons Role meet the governments Long Term Conditions Agenda?" (2010)

University of Surrey

Principal Investigator - Maggie Davenport

Reality Nursing - (the word is nursing)

Kingston University and St Georges, University London

Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

Principal Investigator- Jane Salvage, Julia Gale, Karen Norman, and Maggie Davenport

AWARDS AND FUNDING

  • 2018: Tender for the Provision of St George's NHS Hospital Trust, Ward Managers Development Programme: Education/Ward Managers + Clinical Managers Leadership/Organisational Development/2018 (£52K)
  • 2017: Successful in gaining a bid through Health Education England to evaluate the work undertaken by CapitalNurse to-date, in particular the evaluation of the career passport (framework) and the  educational needs across two identified specialisms: cancer care and CAMHS. (£20K)
  • 2015: Successful in gaining a grant through the Capital Bid, Kingston University to look at new capital/ resource items for use within the school or department. (£8K).
  • 2013: Nominated for 'most supportive lecturer' by the KU Students' Union 'Student-led learning and teaching' awards.
  • 2010: With the Head of School was successful in gaining a grants fund from South West London Academic Health and Social Care Network to look at 'Expanding Placements: Creating New Learning Opportunities/Placements for the Graduate Nurse' (£20K).

Publications

Number of items: 2.

Article

Davenport, Maggie, Ooms, Ann and Marks-Maran, Di (2016) Learning about population-health through a community practice learning project: An evaluation study. Nurse Education in Practice, 17, pp. 43-51. ISSN (print) 1471-5953

Book Section

Davenport, Maggie, Brady, Mary, Smith, Penny and Keen, Martyn (2012) Choosing the right field of nursing. In: Elcock, Karen, (ed.) Getting into nursing. London, U.K. : Sage. pp. 48-60. (Transforming Nursing Practice) ISBN 9780857258953

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