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Dr Philip Scullion


hsx168@coventry.ac.uk

Associate Head of Department
Course Director: BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies

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. (2012) 'Seven billion reasons why this Indonesian conference is everybody’s business'. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 19 (1), 8-9
    • 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

    • Working with partners in both Greece and Oman
    • Jan 2014: Lead field trip to China- 2 weeks, 19 students; Traditional Chinese medicine
    • 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

    Teaching

    • Research and Evidence Based Practice (Module Leader)
    • Essential Academic Skills Development (Module Leader)
    • Reviewing Research for Health and Professional Studies (Module Leader)
    • Independent Studies (Module Leader)
    • Disability Studies

    Other Responsibilities

    • Academic Personal Tutor to Undergraduate nursing students
    • PhD supervision and review of progress and research ethics
    • Supervision of MSc dissertation projects- home and International students

    Dr Philip Scullion

    Associate Head of DepartmentCourse Director: BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies
    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. (2012) 'Seven billion reasons why this Indonesian conference is everybody’s business'. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 19 (1), 8-9
    • 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

    • Working with partners in both Greece and Oman
    • Jan 2014: Lead field trip to China- 2 weeks, 19 students; Traditional Chinese medicine
    • 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

    Teaching

    • Research and Evidence Based Practice (Module Leader)
    • Essential Academic Skills Development (Module Leader)
    • Reviewing Research for Health and Professional Studies (Module Leader)
    • Independent Studies (Module Leader)
    • Disability Studies

    Other Responsibilities

    • Academic Personal Tutor to Undergraduate nursing students
    • PhD supervision and review of progress and research ethics
    • Supervision of MSc dissertation projects- home and International students