Ms Penny Tremayne

Job: Senior Lecturer - Adult Nursing

Faculty: Health and Life Sciences

School/department: School of Nursing and Midwifery

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH.

T: +44 (0)116 201 3936

E: ptremay@dmu.ac.uk

W: www.dmu.ac.uk/nursingandmidwifery

 

Personal profile

Penny has worked at DMU since 1999. Penny trained as a Registered General Nurse 1986 - 1989 . Previously she worked as a Ward Sister and a Lecturer - Practitioner at Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust. Penny is a module leader and had led on clinical skill and student portfolio initaives. She has also been an Admissions Tutor and is currently the year 1 co-ordinator for the undergraduate BSc ( Hons ) programme.

Penny teaches throughout the three year undergraduate BSc ( Hons ) programme and also on the post registration mentorship modules.

Publications and outputs 

Tremayne P. and Norton W. ( 2017 ) Sexuality and the  older woman. British Journal of Nursing, 26 ( 14 ) 2 - 7

 

Tremayne P. and Harrison P. ( 2016 ) Gastrointestinal nursing for older people.  Nursing  Standard. 30, 45, 53-63

 

Norton W. and Tremayne P. ( 2015 ) Sex and the older  man. British Journal of Nursing, 24 ( 4 ) 218 – 221

 

Tremayne P. ( 2014 ) Using humour to enhance the nurse-patient relationship. Nursing Standard, 28 ( 30 ) 37 – 40

 

Tremayne P., Russell P. and Allman H. ( 2014 )      Service user involvement in nurse education. Nursing Standard, 28 ( 22 ) 37 – 41

 

Tremayne P. And Harrison P. ( 2012 ) Ensuring      nursing students on placement to ophthalmology have an effective      placement. International Journal of      Ophthalmic Practice, 3 ( 4 ) 166 – 170

 

Co-written a chapter Chapter 4 ‘ Physical Health ' in Dalby D and Knifton C ( 2012 )   Learning Disability Nurse Survival Guide : Common questions and      answers for the learning disability nurse. Quay Books : London

 

Tremayne P. &  Harrison P. ( 2012 ) Ensuring effective placements for pre-registration     nursing students on endoscopy units. Gastrointestinal Nursing, 10 ( 4 ) 34 – 41

 

Tremayne P., Burdett J. and Utecht C. ( 2011 ) Simulation suit aids tailored care. Nursing Older People, 23 ( 7 ) 19 –      22

 

Burdett J., Tremayne  P. and Utecht C. ( 2010 ) How to make care champions. Nursing Older People, 22 ( 2 ) 26 – 29

 

Co-written a      chapter, Chapter 2 “Clinical nursing skills” in Fowler J. ( 2010 )       ( Ed )  Staff Nurse Survival Guide : Essential questions and answers for the practising staff nurse. Second Edition. Wiltshire : Quay Books

 

Tremayne P. and S. Elizabeth Robson ( 2009 ) Recruiting minimum –  age nurses : is the profession ready ? British      Journal of Nursing, 18 ( 18 ) 1132 – 1137

 

Utecht C. and Tremayne P. ( 2008 ) Using poster presentations in nursing education. Nursing Times, 104 ( 48 ) 26 – 27

 

Tremayne P. ( 2008      ) ‘ Learning Nursing ’ a chapter in Hinchliff S., Norman S., and Schober      J. ( 2008 ) ( Eds ) Nursing Practice      and Healthcare : A Foundation Text. 5th Edition. London :      Hodder Arnold

 

Day J., Moriarty  A., and Tremayne P. ( 2007 ) Addressing a deficit : wound care and mental      health nursing. British Journal of      Nursing, Tissue Viability Supplement, 16 ( 15 ) S32 – S37

 

Tremayne P. ( 2007 ) Using Evaluation and Feedback to Improve Clinical Placements. Nursing  Times, 103 ( 25 ) 32 – 33

 

Tremayne P.,Moriarty A. and Harrison P ( 2007 )  – “ Evaluating an interview preparation process for student nurses ”   British Journal of Nursing, 16 ( 9 ) 552 - 555

 

Tremayne P. and Parboteeah S. ( Eds ) ( 2006 )Fundamental Aspects of Adult Nursing Procedures.Hampshire : Quay Books

 

Tremayne P. Moriarty A. and Harrison P. ( 2005 ) Starring Role. Nursing Standard, 19  (  27 ) 80

 

Co-written a  chapter, Chapter 3 “ What principles do practical nursing skills involve in Fowler J. ( 2005 ) Staff Nurse Survival Guide. Wiltshire : Quay Books

 

Parboteeah S. and  Tremayne P. ( 2003 ) ( Eds ) Client Profiles in Nursing : Adult and the Elderly ( 2 ). London : Greenwich Medical Media

 

Tremayne P. ( 2003 ) Dying to Care ? in Nurse2Nurse in July, 2003

 

Tremayne P. ( 2002      )  Nursing is ……………..Perceptions of      first year student nurses in Nurse2Nurse in July, 2002 

Key research outputs

Co-authored a research paper presented at the      Australian Association of Research and Education – The Right Student : An      Exploration of the Qualities Desired in the Next Generation of Nursing      Students, Leading to Improved Processes within Nursing and Midwifery –      Sydney, 2012

Research interests/expertise

 

Areas of teaching

Care and compassion.

Chronic health conditions.

The older person

Rehabilitation / Enablement.

Mentorship.

Promotion of Health & Wellbeing.

Qualifications

MSc Nursing ( Education ) - South Bank Univesroty, London - 2000

Bsc ( Hons ) Nursing - University of Northampton

Regeistered General Nurse ( Adult ) - 1989

Courses taught

BSc ( Hons ) Nursing - undergraduate

Mentorship - post registration

 

Honours and awards

2017 – Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated

2016 – Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated

2015 – Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated

2014 - Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated

2013 - Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated

2012 – Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated to Final Panel

2011 - Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award – Nominated to Final Panel

2010 - Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award - Winner

2006 - Vice Chancellor Distinguished Teacher Award - Nominated

 

DMU Oscars Nomination

2017 –Unsung hero

Membership of professional associations and societies

Nursing & Midwifery Council - Nurse Educator

Royal College of Nursing

HEA - Fellow

Professional licences and certificates

MSc Nursing ( Education )

Forthcoming events

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Conference attendance

Co – presented after received an invitation from the PVC for Teaching and Learning at the first Teaching and Learning Forum to      be held at the Venue, DMU – ‘ Best Practice ’- 15th November,      2017

 

Co-authored a research paper presented at the  Australian Association of Research and Education – The Right Student : An      Exploration of the Qualities Desired in the Next Generation of Nursing      Students, Leading to Improved Processes within Nursing and Midwifery –      Sydney, 2012

 Poster presentations on ageing and Older People’s      Champion– Care and Compassion event held at De Montfort University,  Leicester  – May, 2012

 

Co – presented ‘ 16 and 17 year olds – suitable for      nursing ? ’ at the RCN      Admissions Tutor Seminar held at the RCN,      London on 7th November, 2008.

 

Co – presented ‘      Partnership Working ’ at the Older People’s Champions Celebration Event –      28th September, 2007

 

Co-presented a      conference workshop ‘ Evaluation of an innovative development to prepare      student nurses for the recruitment process ’at the second biennial Quality      Improvement conference – Employability : preparing the ground and reaping      the rewards – 18th June, 2007, De Montfort University,      Leicester.

 

Presented a paper      at the Nurse Education Tomorrow networking for education in      healthcare  entitled ‘ Symbolic      interactionism : An introduction to the concept of nursing ’ – September,      2003 – Durham

 

Practice Development:      Early Intervention developing the nurse through practice development –      modernisation of the NHS: The Nurse’s Role – 4th Annual      Sunderland Nursing Conference 8 – 9 October 1999

 

The NHS experience      of the benchmarking initiative – invited to speak by Health Senses      Management Unit and the University of Manchester – 26/5/1994

 

Other :

Professional advice to Nursing Times – quoted in Shuttleworth A. ( 2008 ). Making the most of  Nurse Training. Nursing Times, Student Guide Supplement, 104 ( 37 ) 8 – 9

 

BBC Radio Leicester –  ‘ Living Longer :  Cost to the NHS ’ – live broadcast – professional contribution – 2011

 

Creative input to a monthly column ‘Christmas tidings : Any gifts for GI nurses ’ ? Gastrointestinal Nursing, 8 ( 10 ) 48 – 49 – 2010 – printed acknowledgment

 

Nursing Standard – Reviewer for articles – September, 2011

 

Nurses-to – be get older and wiser in a suit – quoted in this article – Leicester Mercury – September, 2011

 

Creative input to a monthly column ‘ Christmas – its crackers ! ’ Gastrointestinal Nursing, 9 ( 10 ) 49 – 2011 – printed acknowledgement

 

Personal contribution to ; British Lung Foundation ( 2015 ) Coping with the final stages of a long – term lung condition. London : BLF 

Recent research outputs

 

Key research outputs

 

Consultancy work

 

Book Review

‘ Who says I can’t ? ‘ : A Guide to Living Well With COPD – a book reviewed for Primary Health Care and Nursing Standard – March, 2016

Current research students

I am currently supporting 4 undergraduate students for their Bsc ( Hons ) dissertation.

Externally funded research grants information

 

Internally funded research project information

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Published patents

 

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