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Dr Philip Scullion


hsx168@coventry.ac.uk

Associate Head of Department
Nursing and Health Studies
FACULTY OF HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES
Coventry University
Priory Street
Coventry
CV1 5FB
Building: Richard Crossman Building
Room: RC401

Qualifications

  • Ph.D., Towards a Social Model of Disability; Challenging Disability Discrimination in Adult Nursing
  • M.A. by Research, Applied Social Studies, University of Warwick
  • B.Sc (Hons), Nursing, University of Central England
  • Cert.Ed., Further Education
  • Diploma, Nursing, London University

Professional Licences and Certifications

  • 1981-present, ONC, JBCNS
  • 1979-present, Registered General Nurse, NMC
  • Selected Outputs

    • Zhang, D., and Scullion, P.A. (2012) 'Reducing prejudice to mental health therapies: progress in China'. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 19 (2), 68-69
    • Scullion, P.A. (2010) 'Models of disability: their influence in nursing and potential role in challenging discrimination'. Journal of Advanced Nursing 66 (3), 697-707
    • Scullion, P.A. (2010) 'Disability studies in health and nursing sciences: A wheel in one camp and one foot in the other'. International Journal of Disability Studies 4 (1&2), 31-54
    • Scullion, P.A. (2009) 'An analysis of the ‘Six disabled lives’ in the UK: Important or impotent?'. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 16 (10), 522-523
    • Scullion, P.A., and Guest, D.A. (2007) Study Skills for Nursing and Midwifery Students. Maidenhead: Open University Press and McGraw-Hill
    • Scullion, P.A. (2002) 'Effective dissemination strategies'. Nurse Researcher 10 (1), 65-77
    • Scullion, P.A. (2000) 'Disability as an equal opportunity issue within nurse education in the UK'. Nurse Education Today 20 (3), 199-206
    • Scullion, P.A. (1999) 'Conceptualizing disability in Nursing: Some evidence from students and their teachers'. Journal of Advanced Nursing 29 (3), 648-657
    • Scullion, P.A., and McCalmont, C.P. (1995) 'Siblings in the delivery room: Some issues explored'. British Journal of Midwifery 3 (1),39-42
    • Scullion, P.A. (1995) 'Disability Research and Health Care Professionals: Some Issues for Debate'. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 2 (6), 318-322
    • Scullion, P.A. (1994) 'An identification of stressors associated with student nurses in an accident and emergency department and comparison of stress levels'. Accident and Emergency Nursing 2, 79-86

    Selected Professional Activities

    • 2013: Invited series of 4 lectures conducted at Kenyatta University and Nairobi Hospital; Nairobi, Kenya. For example- The scope of Nursing in the diaspora: The advantages and disadvantages of practising nursing by foreign nurses in the Diaspora
    • 2012: Appointed as Visiting Professor of Nursing, Management and Sciences University, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
    • 1998-present: Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (formerly British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation)
    • 2008: Invited Lecture; Disability Studies in Health and Nursing Sciences; a wheel in one camp and one foot in the other, Centre for Promotion of Human Rights Teaching and Research, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
    • 07-09 Sep 2010: Towards a Cautious use of a Social Model of Disability in Adult Nursing, Lancaster Disability Studies Conference
    • Invited Chair, Lancaster Disability Studies Conference: Concurrent sessions
    • Reviewer: Journal of Advanced Nursing
    • Reviewer: Nurse Education Today
    • Reviewer: Asian Nursing Research
    • Represented the Coventry University at Universities in Vietnam and China in relation to institutional partnership generation

    Dr Philip Scullion

    Associate Head of Department
    Nursing and Health Studies
    FACULTY OF HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES
    Coventry University
    Priory Street
    Coventry
    CV1 5FB
    Building: Richard Crossman Building
    Room: RC401

    Qualifications

    • Ph.D., Towards a Social Model of Disability; Challenging Disability Discrimination in Adult Nursing
    • M.A. by Research, Applied Social Studies, University of Warwick
    • B.Sc (Hons), Nursing, University of Central England
    • Cert.Ed., Further Education
    • Diploma, Nursing, London University

    Professional Licences and Certifications

  • 1981-present, ONC, JBCNS
  • 1979-present, Registered General Nurse, NMC
  • Selected Outputs

    • Zhang, D., and Scullion, P.A. (2012) 'Reducing prejudice to mental health therapies: progress in China'. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 19 (2), 68-69
    • Scullion, P.A. (2010) 'Models of disability: their influence in nursing and potential role in challenging discrimination'. Journal of Advanced Nursing 66 (3), 697-707
    • Scullion, P.A. (2010) 'Disability studies in health and nursing sciences: A wheel in one camp and one foot in the other'. International Journal of Disability Studies 4 (1&2), 31-54
    • Scullion, P.A. (2009) 'An analysis of the ‘Six disabled lives’ in the UK: Important or impotent?'. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 16 (10), 522-523
    • Scullion, P.A., and Guest, D.A. (2007) Study Skills for Nursing and Midwifery Students. Maidenhead: Open University Press and McGraw-Hill
    • Scullion, P.A. (2002) 'Effective dissemination strategies'. Nurse Researcher 10 (1), 65-77
    • Scullion, P.A. (2000) 'Disability as an equal opportunity issue within nurse education in the UK'. Nurse Education Today 20 (3), 199-206
    • Scullion, P.A. (1999) 'Conceptualizing disability in Nursing: Some evidence from students and their teachers'. Journal of Advanced Nursing 29 (3), 648-657
    • Scullion, P.A., and McCalmont, C.P. (1995) 'Siblings in the delivery room: Some issues explored'. British Journal of Midwifery 3 (1),39-42
    • Scullion, P.A. (1995) 'Disability Research and Health Care Professionals: Some Issues for Debate'. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 2 (6), 318-322
    • Scullion, P.A. (1994) 'An identification of stressors associated with student nurses in an accident and emergency department and comparison of stress levels'. Accident and Emergency Nursing 2, 79-86

    Selected Professional Activities

    • 2013: Invited series of 4 lectures conducted at Kenyatta University and Nairobi Hospital; Nairobi, Kenya. For example- The scope of Nursing in the diaspora: The advantages and disadvantages of practising nursing by foreign nurses in the Diaspora
    • 2012: Appointed as Visiting Professor of Nursing, Management and Sciences University, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
    • 1998-present: Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation (formerly British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation)
    • 2008: Invited Lecture; Disability Studies in Health and Nursing Sciences; a wheel in one camp and one foot in the other, Centre for Promotion of Human Rights Teaching and Research, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
    • 07-09 Sep 2010: Towards a Cautious use of a Social Model of Disability in Adult Nursing, Lancaster Disability Studies Conference
    • Invited Chair, Lancaster Disability Studies Conference: Concurrent sessions
    • Reviewer: Journal of Advanced Nursing
    • Reviewer: Nurse Education Today
    • Reviewer: Asian Nursing Research
    • Represented the Coventry University at Universities in Vietnam and China in relation to institutional partnership generation