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Teaching

I contribute to a range of programmes across the Faculty and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.  I am an External Examiner for Sheffield Hallam University.

Research

My research interests include the facilitation of learning within the practice setting and particularly facilitating transformative learning opportunities within professional education. 

Published Work

Journal articles

Bailey-McHale, J.; Bailey-McHale, R.; Caffrey, B.; Ridgway, V & MacLean, S. (2018).  Using visual methodology: Social work student's perceptions of practice and the impact on practice educators.  Practice: Social Work in Action

 

Books

Bailey-McHale, J. & Hart, D. (2013).  Mastering Mentorship: A Practical Guide for Mentors of Nursing, Health and Social Care Students. Sage: London

 

Book chapters

Macintosh, A., Bailey-McHale, J. & Dulson, J. (2010).  The Value and Values of Service Users in J. McCarthy and P. Rose, (Eds) Values Based Health and Social Care.  Sage: London

Bailey-McHale, J. & Black, C. (2010).  Palliative Care and the Person with Mental Ill Health in M Baldwin and J Woodhouse (Eds) Key Concepts in Palliative Care.  Sage: London

Bailey-McHale, J. & Moore, L (2010).  Peer learning and observation in A. McIntosh, J. Gidman and E. Mason-Whitehead (Eds) Key Concepts in Healthcare Education.  Sage: London

Bailey-McHale, J. (2010).  Transformative Learning in A. McIntosh, J. Gidman and E. Mason-Whitehead (Eds) Key Concepts in Healthcare Education.  Sage: London

Bailey-McHale, J. (2008).  Diversity in E. Mason-Whitehead, A. Macintosh & A. Bryan (Eds) Key Concepts in Nursing.

Qualifications

MSc Individual and Family Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis.

Post Graduate Diploma Professional Education (NMC Stage 4 Teacher)

Post Graduate Certificate Medical Social Anthropology

Registered Nurse (Mental Health)

BA (Hons) Sociology