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Jean Teare

PositionNursing Senior Lecturer
Location2.08
DepartmentSchool of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
Telephone01274 236313
Emailj.a.teare@bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Community children's nursing, parental perspectives on care, children's wound care, inter-professional relationships, focus groups, discourse analysis.

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Child field team leader – for development of all child field education

Team lead for divisional group of staff – appraisal and professional leadership

Programme leader for Return to Practice for Healthcare professionals

Module leader for post registration modules:

            Communicable diseases (level 7)

            Ambulatory Care (level 6 & 7)

            Transitional Care (level 6 & 7)

Module leader for pre-registration modules:

            Developing Nursing Practice (year 1)

            Developing proficiency in professional practice (year 3)

Supervising, assessing and support of students – undergraduate and post graduate

Biography

I have been a paediatric nurse since 1979 and spent 24 years in practice which included specialist burns unit care, general surgical and medical paediatrics, and community children’s nursing before becoming a lecturer in children’s nursing at the University of Bradford. This has given me a sound knowledge across a range of child health care specialities. I have enhanced this knowledge through speaking at conferences on child health issues and through publication of academic research, papers and a book on child care issues. I have good links with many academics and practitioners through my previous working roles and through external review work.

Located in the School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Studies, I am now a Senior Lecturer who has management responsibility for a team of 13 lecturers. As a member of the School of Nursing management team, I deputise for the Head of School periodically and contribute to the strategic and operational management of the School of Nursing.

I remain committed to children’s nursing in both hospital and community settings and am particularly interested in trying to ensure that good quality care and research continues to be published to enhance the professional standing of child health care.

Study History

Professional:

            (2000) Registered Nurse Teacher

            (1995) Diploma in Asthma Care

            (1990) DN  Cert.  

            (1978) RN                               

            (1978) RSCN

Educational:

            (1994) BA Hons  Professional and Vocational Education 

            (2000) MSc Health and Professional Practice

            (2000) Post Graduate Certificate in Education

            (2001) Member of Institute of Higher Learning (now Health Education Academy)

            (2007) Post Graduate Diploma Research Methods

Publications

I am working on 2 articles (2015) for publication around accountability in nursing and out of hours services.

 

Teare J (Ed.) (2008) Caring for children with complex needs in the community. London. Blackwell.

 

Teare J & Smith J (2004)

Using focus groups to explore the views of parents whose children are in hospital.  Paediatric Nursing, 16, 5, 30-34.

Teare J (2003)

The child behind the skin: special needs of those with a skin condition.

Dermatological Nursing, Winter, 2, 4, 20-21.

 

Smith J, Teare J, Lealman G (2003)

Experiences of Parents whose Child has been Hospitalised. Research Project for Children and Neonatal Services, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

 

Teare J & Barrett C (2002)

Using quality of life assessment in wound care. Nursing Standard.17, 6, 59-68.

 

Winter A & Teare J (2002)

Workforce planning and community children’s nurses: it’s all in the advertisements. Journal of Child Health Care. Vol 6. No. 2, 84-95.

 

Teare J (2001)

Professional relationships: CCNs and primary care nurses. Journal of Child Health Care. Vol 5. No.2, 60-65.

       

Archibong U, Armitage G, Teare J, Raghavan R, Cameron J. (2001)

Multidisciplinary /multi-agency partnerships across cultures: A health perspective. Educational Preparation for Transcultural Health Care Practice. ENB Project.

 

Barrett C & Teare J (2000)

Quality of life in leg ulcer assessment: patient’s coping mechanisms. British Journal of Community Nursing. Vol 5. No. 11, 530-540.

Winter A & Teare J (1997)

Construction and application of paediatric community nursing services. Journal of Child Health care. Vol.1. No1, 

       

Teare J (1997)

Improving paediatric wound care.  Journal of wound care. June, Vol. 6. No 6, 295-296. 

 

Teare J & Flaherty J (1982)

Tea, Best drink of the day. Nursing Times. 78, 40, 1681-2.

 

Teare J & Wyatt G (1979)

Food wastage in a Burns Unit. Nursing Times. 75, 40, 1720-2.

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