Maureen Mounty Faculty of Education & Health

Maureen Mounty RMN, RGN, DipN, BSc Hons, MSc

Maureen Mounty

Maureen C Mounty
RMN, RGN, DipN, BSc Hons, MSc

Principal Lecturer, Professional Lead, Programme Leader, Adult Nursing

Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science

Faculty of Education and Health

Maureen Mounty is a Principal Lecturer, Professional Lead and Programme Leader in the Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science at the University of Greenwich.

Since 2008, Maureen has responsibility for Inter-Professional Education (IPE) and lectures over a range of programmes, primarily shared courses for pre-registration nurses and midwives; work-based learning courses for foundation degree students; and mentor preparation courses for post registered nurses, midwives and health visitors. She also leads on the Assistant Health and Social Care Practitioner, Foundation Degree (FdSc) programme. 

She is Link tutor to a local healthcare trust and a Personal tutor for foundation degree student and pre-registration nursing students, as well as supervising undergraduate research projects for nursing and paramedic students.

Maureen has wide-ranging experience in management and in curriculum development and has been involved across the university in curriculum reviews, approvals and committees.

Posts held previously:

  • 2000–08, Head of Department and Principal Lecturer for Health Development, University of Greenwich; Member of senior school management providing leadership and management for staff in professional practice and health and social care developments such as nursing, public health, health research, health and nutrition and complementary therapies
  • 1998–2002, Subject Group Leader for Professional Practice, Principal Lecturer, University of Greenwich
    Providing leadership and management for staff and overseeing the development of courses within health and social care undergraduate and postgraduate nursing programmes
  • 1994–98, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader, University of Greenwich
    For the BSc Hons Professional Practice and for courses related to the ENB Higher Award
  • 1990–94, Senior Lecturer, Thames Polytechnic (now University of Greenwich)
    NVQ in Health and Social Care, School of Health.
  • Principal Lecturer, Professional Lead, and Programme Leader, Department of Adult Nursing & Paramedic Science
  • Principal lecturer on pre-registration nursing and midwifery courses
  • Professional lead for IPE, on mentor preparation courses for post-registered nurses, midwives and health visitors
  • Programme lead for Assistant Health and Social Care Practitioner, Foundation Degree (FdSc) 
  • Membership of the School Learning and Quality Monitoring Committee
  • Chair of FdSc, Assistant Health and Social Care Programme Committee
  • Chair of Department Assessment Panel, and the Department Programme Leaders Group
  • External examiner, on the MSc Homeopathy and BSc Homeopathy programmes, University of Central Lancaster, Preston

Maureen has a varied range of research interests including; Inter-Professional Education (IPE); Integrated Health and Diffusion of Innovation; Clinical Audit; and Mentor Development. Her PhD investigated the integration of homeopathy by GPs, into primary care practice and examined patient's satisfaction and patient's choice in relation to homeopathic services provided by GPs in primary care, using a mixed-method research design. Integrated health and diffusion of innovation are her chief research interests, and formed the basis for her doctoral research.

Mitchelmore, M. (2009). Ethics in Public Health. In: J. Stewart, and Y. Cornish, eds.,Professional Practice in Public Health. Reflect Press.

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