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I joined LSBU in 1998 and I am now Associate Professor in Law and Ethics in the School of Health and Social Care. I am a registered healthcare professional and Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences. The first part of my career was in medical microbiology, working for the world leader in bacterial identification. A growing interest in medical law and ethics led me to gain my law degree and doctorate from the University of Bristol in 2001. I teach research, ethics and law and dissertation skills. I lead the Workforce Innovation and Professional Education research group.

My research interests relate to healthcare ethics and medical law as well as the education of health and social care professionals. My doctoral research focused on withholding and withdrawing medical treatment. In recent years, my research has related to the teaching of compassion and also the lived experience and emotional impact of being a nurse who has extended their professional role to one of caring for the planet, not just for human patients.

I have supervised doctorates related to newly qualified nurses, pre-registration nurse education and people with learning disabilities in relationships. I currently am supervising doctorates in the field of patient safety, critical care of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage, nurse education, and for-benefit corporations.

I am Affiliate Faculty at the School of Nursing, University of Washington, Bothell, USA. My relationship with them started in 1999 when my now-retired UW counterpart, Professor Carol Leppa, and I pioneered the use of the internet for joint teaching of ethics to nurses in London and Seattle. This led to a teaching and research collaboration that continues to this day between me and other members of the UW faculty. I was appointed their first international affiliate faculty member in 2004. https://www.uwb.edu/nhs/affiliatefaculty

I am the External Member with Ethics Expertise on the Clinical Ethics Committee, St Christopher's Hospice.

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Mr Stuart John HibbinsDoctoral Research ProjectDProf
Mrs Fiona HibbertsDoctoral Research ProjectDProf
Mrs Claire NadafDoctoral Research ProjectDProf
Mr Ibraheim Saleh AlmalkawiUsing a scoring rubric to make practice-based assessment of pre-registration nursing students fit for purpose: A mixed methods studyPhD
Miss Anna Marie CullotyA case study of contributors to patient safety in an acute NHS TrustPhD

Awarded in the last 5 years
Miss Siobhan MclernonPerceived, predicted and actual 6-month functional outcome of adult patients following spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage treated in a neurocritical care setting: a mixed methods study.PhD
Jenny ThomasPhD
PhD

University of Bristol

2001
PGCertEd

London South Bank University

2001
FIBMS

Institute of Biomedical Sciences

1979
St Christopher's Hospice, Sydenham
Other

External Member (Ethics Expertise) of the Clinical Ethics Committee

Clinical ethics consultation.

June 2010

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Developing a consensus-based scoring rubric to enhance practice-based assessment of student nurses' clinical competence: A Delphi study.
Almalkawi, I., Jester, Rebecca and Terry, L. (2021). Developing a consensus-based scoring rubric to enhance practice-based assessment of student nurses' clinical competence: A Delphi study. Nurse Education Today. 100, p. 104859. https://doi.org/S0260-6917(21)00116-7

Factors influencing nurses' engagement with CPD activities: a systematic review.
Walter, Juliette K and Terry, Louise M (2021). Factors influencing nurses' engagement with CPD activities: a systematic review. British Journal of Nursing. 30 (1), pp. 60-68. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2021.30.1.60

Clinicians' Perceptions of the Appropriateness of Neurocritical Care for Patients with Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH): A Qualitative Study.
Mc Lernon, S., Werring, David and Terry, Louise (2020). Clinicians' Perceptions of the Appropriateness of Neurocritical Care for Patients with Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH): A Qualitative Study. Neurocritical Care. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12028-020-01145-5

Understanding the relevance of human rights in healthcare and nursing practice.
Terry, L. and Newham, R. (2020). Understanding the relevance of human rights in healthcare and nursing practice. Nursing Standard. 35 (11). https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.2020.e11490

Association between critical care admission and 6-month functional outcome after spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage
Lernon, S, Schwarz, G, Wilson, D, Ambler, G, Goodwin, R, Shakeshaft, C, Cohen, H, Yousry, T, Salman, RA, Lip, GYH, Houlden, H, Brown, MM, Muir, KW, Jäger, HR, Terry, L and Werring, DJ (2020). Association between critical care admission and 6-month functional outcome after spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage. Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 418, p. 117141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jns.2020.117141

Understanding and using personality type in healthcare communication
Terry, L. (2020). Understanding and using personality type in healthcare communication. Nursing Standard. 35 (6). https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.2020.e11509

Human Rights in Nursing Practice
Terry, L. and Newham, R. (2020). Human Rights in Nursing Practice. Nursing Standard: promoting excellence in nursing care.

Outrage and the emotional labour associated with environmental activism among nurses
Terry, L. and Bowman, Karen (2019). Outrage and the emotional labour associated with environmental activism among nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 76 (3), pp. 867-877. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14282

Becoming and being an environmentally ‘woke’ nurse: A phenomenological study
Terry, L, Bowman, K and West, R (2019). Becoming and being an environmentally ‘woke’ nurse: A phenomenological study. Nursing Outlook. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.outlook.2019.04.011

Patients’ and healthcare professionals’ experiences and perceptions of physiotherapy services in the emergency department: A qualitative systematic review
Barrett, R and Terry, L (2018). Patients’ and healthcare professionals’ experiences and perceptions of physiotherapy services in the emergency department: A qualitative systematic review. International Journal of Emergency Medicine. 11 (1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12245-018-0201-z

Exploring mentors’ interpretation of terminology and levels of competence when assessing nursing students: an integrative review
Almalkawi, I, Jester, R and Terry, LM (2018). Exploring mentors’ interpretation of terminology and levels of competence when assessing nursing students: an integrative review. Nurse Education Today. 69, pp. 95-103. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2018.07.003

Understanding and meeting your legal responsibilities as a nurse
Terry, LM, Carr, G and Halpin, Y (2017). Understanding and meeting your legal responsibilities as a nurse. Nursing Standard. https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.2017.e11015

Understanding and applying the precautionary principle
Terry, LM (2017). Understanding and applying the precautionary principle. Family Law. 47 (11), pp. 1210-1215.

A research-based mantra for compassionate caring
Terry, LM, Newham, R, Hahessy, S, Atherley, S, Babenko-Mould, Y, Evans, M, Ferguson, K, Carr, G and Cedar, SH (2017). A research-based mantra for compassionate caring. Nurse Education Today. 58, pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2017.07.012

A longitudinal, mixed methods investigation of newly qualified nurses’ workplace stressors and stress experiences during transition
Halpin, Y, Terry, LM and Curzio, J (2017). A longitudinal, mixed methods investigation of newly qualified nurses’ workplace stressors and stress experiences during transition. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 73 (11), pp. 2577-2586. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.13344

A qualitative study exploring senior nurses’ understanding of compassionate leadership in community healthcare
Ali, S and Terry, LM (2017). A qualitative study exploring senior nurses’ understanding of compassionate leadership in community healthcare. British Journal of Community Nursing. 22 (2). https://doi.org/10.12968/bjcn.2017.22.2.77

An adaptable Discourse Analysis instrument and method to explore Caring and Compassion
Terry, LM and Newham, R (2017). An adaptable Discourse Analysis instrument and method to explore Caring and Compassion. Nurse Researcher. 24 (2), pp. 8-12. https://doi.org/10.7748/nr.2017.e1451

A moral profession: Nurse educators’ selected narratives of care and compassion
Newham, R, Terry, LM, Atherley, S, Hahessy, S, Babenko-Mould, Y, Evans, M, Ferguson, K, Carr, G and Cedar, SH (2017). A moral profession: Nurse educators’ selected narratives of care and compassion. Nursing Ethics. 26 (1), pp. 105-115. https://doi.org/10.1177/0969733016687163

Supporting people with learning disabilities to make and maintain intimate relationships
Bates, C, Terry, LM and Popple, K (2017). Supporting people with learning disabilities to make and maintain intimate relationships. Tizard Learning Disability Review. 22 (1), pp. 16-23. https://doi.org/10.1108/TLDR-03-2016-0009

The Importance of Romantic Love to People with Learning Disabilities
Bates, C, Terry, LM and Popple, K (2016). The Importance of Romantic Love to People with Learning Disabilities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. 45 (1), pp. 64-72. https://doi.org/10.1111/bld.12177

Expert nurses' perceptions of the relevance of Carper's patterns of knowing to junior nurses.
Terry, LM, Carr, G and Curzio, J (2016). Expert nurses' perceptions of the relevance of Carper's patterns of knowing to junior nurses. Advances in Nursing Science. 40 (1), pp. 85-102. https://doi.org/10.1097/ANS.0000000000000142

Partner Selection for People with Intellectual Disabilities.
Bates, C, Terry, LM and Popple, K (2016). Partner Selection for People with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 30 (4), pp. 602-611. https://doi.org/10.1111/jar.12254