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Dr Ibraheim Almalkawi

almalkai@lsbu.ac.uk

Adult Nursing

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I joined London South Bank University in 2005 as a Senior Lecturer within the Institute of Health & Social Care. I specialised in critical care nursing and held various clinical, managerial and educational posts within the specialty. My Current role is leading the critical care course at both BSc and MSc levels. I also lead the MSc dissertation module.

I have a Doctorate in nursing from London South Bank University and a Master’s degree in critical care from King’s College London. My research interests are in critical care and practice-based assessment of competence where I published research in international Journals

BSc (Hons) Professional Nursing Practice

Course director and modules leader

Module leader- MSc/MA Dissertation module

PhD

London South Bank University

2014
2019
MSc

King's College London

2000
2001
Registered general nurse

Anglia Ruskin University

1992
1995
Registered nurse teacher

London South Bank University

2004
2005
Senior Staff Nurse
Critical care- Royal Brompton hospital

1995
1998
Other public sector
Charge nurse
Royal Free Hospital

1998
2003
Other public sector
Practice development nurse
Barking Havering & Redbridge university hospital

2003
2005
Other public sector
Senior lecturer
London South Bank University

2005
Education
Liverpool university
External examiner

Critical care MSc course

September 1920

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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

Using a scoring rubric to make practice-based assessment of pre-registration nursing students fit for purpose: A mixed methods study
Almalkawi, I. (2019). Using a scoring rubric to make practice-based assessment of pre-registration nursing students fit for purpose: A mixed methods study. PhD Thesis London South Bank University School of Health and Social Care

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