Dr Mark Davies known as Mark
PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), PGCE, SFHEA, FSEDA, APM-PMQ, RN, RNT, OND, V300
My background is within the surgical environment; primarily Day Surgery and Ophthalmology. I worked for a number of years as an Ophthalmic Nurse Practitioner, and am therefore also committed to developing nurse-led services and advanced clinical practice. I have a parallel interest in professional education; specifically in relation to collaborative models of learning and teaching, and the use of technology to support and enhance the learner experience.
Theatre, Day Surgery, Ophthalmology, Technology-enhanced Learning, Curriculum Development.
Teaching & supervision at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Subject areas:
- Educational Theory
- Curriculum Design
- Technology Enhanced Learning
- Advanced Practice
- Medical Law, Ethics & Philosophy
- MSc Advanced Practice
- MA Clinical Education
Davies, M. (2019) Delivering a Masters Programme Through Co-operative Inquiry: Benefits & Challenges. Conference Paper; Networking for Education in Healthcare (NET) 2019.
Dowie, I. Davies, M. (2016) Blogging the Law: Using Web 2.0 Technology to Support Student Learning. Conference Paper; Networking for Education in Healthcare (NET) 2016.
Davies, M. (2014) Knowledge Conceptualisation in Advanced Practice: Early Finding from a Constructivist Grounded Theory Study. Conference Paper; Networking for Education in Healthcare (NET) 2014.
Davies, M. (2014) Using the Apple iPad to facilitate student-led group work and seminar presentation. Nurse Education in Practice 14:4, 363-367.
Davies, M. (2013) Using the Apple iPad to facilitate student-led group work and seminar presentation. Conference Paper; Networking for Education in Healthcare (NET) 2013.
Davies, M. (2011) Non-Medical Prescribing in Ophthalmology. Conference Paper; SBK Events.
Davies, M. (2011) Nurse-Led Surgery within an OPD Environment. Conference Paper; RCN Outpatient Nursing Forum.
Davies, M. (2008) A Nurse’s Identity Adds up to Far More Than a Starched Hat. Nursing Standard 23:13, 32-33.
Davies, M. (2007) Developing a training package for eye clinic staff. Journal of the European Society of Ophthalmic Nursing and Technology 1:3, 2-8.
Davies, M. (2007) Developing a Teaching Package for Eye Clinic Staff. Conference Paper, International Ophthalmic Nurses Association Annual Conference.
Davies, M. (2006) The nursing profession’s coming of age: A team effort required? British Medical Journal 332:52.
Davies, M. (2005) Nurse Practitioner-Led Consent in Day Case Cataract Surgery. Nursing Times 101:13, 30-32.
Davies, M. Sullivan, S. C. (2005) Developing an Integrated Care Pathway for Day-Case Cataract Surgery Across a Networked Service. WAG/National Leadership & Innovation Agency for Health Poster Presentation.
Davies, M. (2004) The Role of the Surgical Ophthalmic Nurse Practitioner In Minor Oculoplastic Procedures. WAG/Innovations in Care Poster Presentation.
Davies, M. (2004) The Impact of Nurse Practitioner-Led Consent in Day Case Cataract Surgery. Conference Paper; RCN Ophthalmic Nursing Forum.
Davies, M. Duffy, C. (2003) The Impact of Nurse Practitioner-Led Consent in Day Case Cataract Surgery. WAG/Innovations in Care Poster Presentation.
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Fellow of the Staff and Educational Development Association
Association for Learning Technology
External Examiner at Institute of Technology – Carlow (Eire)
External Examiner at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology
- SAGE Publications
- Psychology Press
- Nurse Education Today / Nurse Education in Practice
- International Journal for Academic Development
- Chiropractic & Manual Therapies
- British Journal of Healthcare Management
- British Journal of Nursing
RCN Ophthalmic Nursing Steering Committee Member
LA Governor: Llanfoist Fawr & Llanvihangel Crucorney Primary Schools
wAMD Stakeholder Experience, Healthcare Professional Education, Co-operative & Collaborative Learning, Technology Enhanced Learning, Epistemology & Knowledge Conceptualization.
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