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Ms. Rosemary Lyons

Biography


Professional Qualifications: RNT, RM, RGN, RNID



Current Position: Lecturer


Teaching: Teach undergraduate nursing modules across the nursing programmes.


Teaching, Assessing and Preceptorship Programme.
Facilitate in partnership with the CNME the Teaching, Assessing and Preceptorship Programme for all registered nurses in the Mid-West region.


Supervision and support of undergraduate and post-graduate students for their final year and MSc projects.


Administration:

Course Director, BSc Nursing (Intellectual Disability) four year pre- registration undergraduate level 8 honours nursing degree programme from January 2012 - January 2017.

Chair Undergraduate Curriculum Development Team 2014- 2017

Chair Undergraduate Curriculum Design Team 2014- 2017

Chair Undergraduate BSc Nursing (Intellectual Disability) Programme Team 2015-2017

Research Interests

Quality metrics

Education

Teaching, Assessing and Preceptorship

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Person centred nursing care

The Child with an Intellectual Disability

Palliative Care and Intellectual Disability

Teaching Interests


Teaching: Teach undergraduate nursing modules across the nursing programmes.


Teaching, Assessing and Preceptorship Programme.
Facilitate in partnership with the CNME the Teaching, Assessing and Preceptorship Programme for all registered nurses in the Mid-West region.


Supervision and support of undergraduate and post-graduate students for their final year and MSc projects.

Professional Activities

Education

  • 2005 University of Manchester - M.Sc.
  • 1995 University College Dublin - BSc (Nursing)

Association

  • 1984 RNID RGN RM RNT, An Bord Altranais

Committee

  • Department of Nursing and Midwifery, Teaching and Learning Committee,

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

2019

A framework to aid in the selection of Nursing or Midwifery care process metrics and indicators.
Murphy F, Doody, O, Lyons R, Brenner M, O'Connor L, Hunter A, Devane D, Sezgin D.
(2019) A framework to aid in the selection of Nursing or Midwifery care process metrics and indicators.

2017

Families' experiences of involvement in care planning in mental health services: an integrative literature review.
Doody, O., Butler, M. P., Lyons, R. and Newman, D.
(2017) Families' experiences of involvement in care planning in mental health services: an integrative literature review.
In Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing; pp. 412-430
DOI: doi:10.1111/jpm.12369

2014

Surveying community nursing support for persons with an intellectual disability and palliative care needs
Bailey,M., Doody, O. and Lyons, R.
(2014) Surveying community nursing support for persons with an intellectual disability and palliative care needs
In British Journal Of Learning Disabilities;
DOI: 10.1111/bld.12105

2013

The effect of stress on health and its implications for nursing
Donovan R.;Doody O.;Lyons R.
(2013) The effect of stress on health and its implications for nursing
In British Journal Of Nursing; pp. 969-973

2012

Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: An exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 2
Martin A.;O'Connor-Fenelon M.;Lyons R.
(2012) Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: An exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 2
In Journal of Intellectual Disabilities; pp. 97-108
DOI: 10.1177/1744629512442033

2012

Non-verbal communication between registered nurses intellectual disability and people with an intellectual disability: An exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 1
Martin A.;O'Connor-Fenelon M.;Lyons R.
(2012) Non-verbal communication between registered nurses intellectual disability and people with an intellectual disability: An exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 1
In Journal of Intellectual Disabilities; pp. 61-75
DOI: 10.1177/1744629512440938

Other Journals

2012

Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: An exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 2
Anne-Marie Martin, Maureen O'Connor-Fenelon and Rosemary Lyons
(2012) Non-verbal communication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: An exploratory study of the nurse's experiences. Part 2
In Journal of Intellectual Disabilities; SAGE pp. 1-12
DOI: 10.1177/1744629512442033

2012

Non-verbal commmunication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: an exploratory study of the nurse's experiences.Part 1.
Anne-Marie Martin, Maureen O,Connor-Fenelon, Rosemary Lyons
(2012) Non-verbal commmunication between Registered Nurses Intellectual Disability and people with an intellectual disability: an exploratory study of the nurse's experiences.Part 1.
In Journal of Intellectual Disabilities; Sage pp. 61-75

2010

Non-verbal communication between nurses and people with an intellectual disability: a review of the literature
Anne-Marie Martin, Maureen O'Connor-Fenelon and Rosemary Lyons
(2010) Non-verbal communication between nurses and people with an intellectual disability: a review of the literature
In Journal of Intellectual Disabilities; SAGE pp. 303-314
DOI: 10.1177/1744629510393180

Conference Publications

2011

3rd International Nursing and Midwifery Conference, Building and Promoting Excellence in Practice
Crotty, G., Lyons, R., Doody, O.
(2011) 3rd International Nursing and Midwifery Conference, Building and Promoting Excellence in Practice
Galway

2011

3rd International Nursing and Midwifery Conference, Building and Promoting Excellence in Practice,
O'Donovan, R., Doody, O. and Lyons, R.
(2011) 3rd International Nursing and Midwifery Conference, Building and Promoting Excellence in Practice,

Conference Contributions

2018

State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research - Precision Health in Washington
O'Connor L, DMcAulife E, Devane D, Hunter A, Murphy F, Doody O, Lyons R, Rogers, L.
(2018) State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research - Precision Health in Washington

2018

State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research - Precision Health in Washington, DC, September 13-15.
O'Connor L, DMcAulife E, Devane D, Hunter A, Murphy F, Doody O, Lyons R, Rogers, L.
(2018) State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research - Precision Health in Washington, DC, September 13-15.
Washington DC



Other Publications

2019

The development of Nursing Quality Care Process Metrics and Indicators for use in Older Persons Care Settings: A Delphi-Consensus Study
Murphy F.;Doody O.;Lyons R.;Gallen A.;Nolan M.;Killeen A.;Kavanagh P.;Donegan J.;Sezgin D.
(2019) The development of Nursing Quality Care Process Metrics and Indicators for use in Older Persons Care Settings: A Delphi-Consensus Study
In Journal of advanced nursing;
DOI: 10.1111/jan.14126

2017

Families’ experiences of involvement in care planning in mental health services: an integrative literature review
Doody O.;Butler M.;Lyons R.;Newman D.
(2017) Families’ experiences of involvement in care planning in mental health services: an integrative literature review
In Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing; pp. 412-430
DOI: 10.1111/jpm.12369

2012

Primary care for persons with intellectual disability: Issues for practice; Reprint Special Issue – Health and Wellness,
Doody, O; Bailey, ME; Lyons, R
(2012) Primary care for persons with intellectual disability: Issues for practice; Reprint Special Issue – Health and Wellness,
In Frontline; pp. 10-12

2011

Primary care for persons with intellectual disability: Issues for practice
Doody, O; Bailey, M.E; Lyons, R
(2011) Primary care for persons with intellectual disability: Issues for practice
In The Frontline of Learning Disability; pp. 14-15

2010

Non-verbal communication between nurses and people with an intellectual disability: A review of the literature
Martin A.-M., O'Connor-Fenelon M., Lyons R.
(2010) Non-verbal communication between nurses and people with an intellectual disability: A review of the literature
pp. 303-314
DOI: 10.1177/1744629510393180