Ann Dalton O'Connor

Anne Dalton-O’Connor RGN, RCNT, RNT, CertEd, DipN (Lon), BSc Hons, MSc

Ann Dalton O'Connor

Anne Dalton-O’Connor
RGN, RCNT, RNT, CertEd, DipN (Lon), BSc Hons, MSc

Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing

Department of Adult Nursing and Paramedic Science

Faculty of Education and Health

Anne Dalton O'Connor is a Senior Lecturer of Adult Nursing in the Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science at the University of Greenwich. 

Anne joined the university in 2007 as Programme Leader, she currently leads on the BSc Hons Professional Practice in Health and Social Care, a degree for health professionals who wish to convert their diploma or equivalent qualification into an honours degree. 

The role encompasses all aspects of programme management including curriculum development and monitory, providing academic and pastoral support to students and recruitment. A key part of the role includes extensive marketing of the programme with our local stakeholders, in London and the south-east of England. Students can also participate on the programme utilising online learning.

Anne's clinical background on qualifying was in accident and emergency nursing, intensive care and cardio-thoracic nursing. Since entering education she has had a strong interest in the professional aspects of nursing. She is committed to promoting individual, high quality care and enabling practitioners to develop their practice through further education.

Anne has a range of experience in curriculum development. She teaches across a range of subjects on both pre-registration and post-registration courses, these subjects include clinical skills; professional; ethical and legal issues; leadership; and tissue viability.

She currently acts as Lead link tutor across a range of clinical areas at an acute NHS Trust. She sees this as a very important part of her role to support both practitioners and students in practice.

Posts held previously:

  • 2008–13, Programme Leader DipHE Professional Practice in Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
  • 2007–14, Programme Leader BSc Hons Clinical Practice. University of Greenwich

  • Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing, Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science 
  • Programme Leader of BSc Hons Professional Practice in Health & Social Care, University of Greenwich
  • Course leader on pre-registration and post-registration programmes
  • Lead link tutor
  • Member of the Adult Branch Implementation group

Anne has a keen interest in the role of the link tutor in clinical practice. This was the basis for her Master's in Nursing in which this was explored from the students' perspective.

Wright, K. and Dalton-O'Connor, A. (2007). Pressure sores: assessment and prevention.Nursing and Residential Care.

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Dalton-O'Connor, A. (2010). An exploration of student nurses expectations and experiences of the link teacher role. In:School of Health & Social Care Research Day. University of Greenwich.

Dalton-O'Connor, A. Delivering 21st Century Care (Workshop Lead). In: The People Dimension.

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