Mr Andrew Kerry
Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Andrew Kerry is a Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing in the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery, and is based at the Marston Road campus. Andrew is a Brookes graduate, completing his initial nurse education in 1994. He has fourteen years clinical experience in renal nursing, caring for people with kidney disease who required dialysis treatment and potential kidney transplant. He specialised in renal high dependency nursing for the six years prior to moving to Oxford Brookes in 2007. Since then Andrew has competed an MSc in Higher Professional Education.
Andrew teaches across all years and branches of the pre-registration nursing course as well the post-registration critical and specialist care modules.
Teaching and supervision
- Nursing Fundamentals 2 (Module Leader)
- Collaborative Nursing Practice
- Collaborative Nursing Practice (Post Graduate)
- Promoting Health in Adult Nursing Practice
- Nursing Management of Adults with Complex Care Needs
- Promoting Health in Adult Nursing Practice (Post Graduate)
- Adult Care of the Acutely Ill or Deteriorating Patient (Module Leader)
Bulman C, Forde-Johnston C, Griffiths A, Hallworth S, Kerry A, Khan S, Mills K, Sharp P, 'The development of peer reflective supervision amongst nurse educator colleagues: An action research project'
Nurse Education Today 45 (2016) pp.148-155
ISSN: 0260-6917 eISSN: 1532-2793Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR