MSc, MN, RGN, DipN, PGCE, RNT.
Main teaching areas
Professional education in a healthcare context.
Other Relevant Information
Norman is the CEO of Authentic World ® Ltd – a spinout company formed in June 2004 – jointly supported by the University of Glamorgan and the University of Wales College of Medicine
Woolley, N. (1990) Nursing Diagnosis: Exploring the factors that may influence the reasoning process. Journal of Advanced Nursing 15: 110 117
Woolley, N. (1990) Crisis Theory: A paradigm of effective intervention with families of critically ill people. Journal of Advanced Nursing 15:1402 1408
Woolley, N. (1990) Going gently into the dark night. Nursing the Elderly 3:7:22 23
Woolley, N. (1991) An Expert to Help Give you the Right Care: Expert systems in clinical decision ¬making. Professional Nurse 6:8:431 436
Woolley, N. (1991) Computerised Assessment for Clinical Care: An expert system for pressure sore management. Professional Nurse 6:11:632 638
Woolley, N. (1991) Adjuncts to Nurse’s Skills? Advantages and disadvantages of Expert Systems. Professional Nurse 6:12:722 726
Woolley, N. (1992) PAWMEX an expert system prototype. Information Technology in Nursing 4:1: 5 7
Woolley, N. (1994) PAWMEX an expert system prototype to assist pressure sore risk assessment and wound management. In Wainwright, P (ed) Nursing Informatics. Churchill Livingstone. Edinburgh.
Woolley, N (1999) Case Study 5: Videoconferencing supported distance learning for nurses in a rural setting. CTI for Nursing & Midwifery Newsletter. 4:3:9-11, University of Sheffield
Woolley, N., Broom, M. & Preece, W. (1999) Lifelong Learning on the Information Highway. , 2: 4: 134-136 Available at: Educational Technology and Society
Woolley, N. (2002) Book Review: The Age of Learning: Education and the Knowledge Society. Association for Learning Technology Journal.
Woolley, N., Broom, M. & Preece, W. (2002) A collaborative online learning environment for students undertaking research. University of Glamorgan Occasional Paper Series. ISBN: 1-840540-51-6
Woolley, N., Ward, K. & Procter, P. (2004) Creating the balance in the nursing curriculum. Nurse Education in Practice. 4: 287-291
Woolley, N & Jarvis, Y. (2007) Situated cognition and cognitive apprenticeship: A model for teaching and learning clinical skills in a technologically rich and authentic learning environment. Nurse Education Today 27: 73-79
Weeks, KW, Woolley, N & Lewis, L (2007) No more ‘chalk and talk’: teaching drug calculation skills for the real world. Online article published January 16th 2007 at SaferHealthCare.
- Royal College of Nursing
- Nursing Specialist Group of the British Computer Society
- Association for Learning Technology
Subject Adviser – Higher Education Academy Health Sciences and Practice Network, Kings College, London
Key Contact – Higher Education Academy Health Sciences and Practice Network, Kings College, London
Member of Pontypridd & Rhondda NHS Trust Executive Nursing and Midwifery Committee
Application of ICT for teaching and learning.
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