Dr Ann Donohoe
Senior Lecturer in Nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, RCSI Bahrain
Area of Expertise
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; Reflective Practice; Research Theory and Practice; Ethics in Research; Primary and Community Nursing; Nurse Education.
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; Blended Learning; Reflective Practice; Action Research; Nurse Education; Rare Disease Research.
- 2020- Fellowship of the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery (FFNMRCSI); RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences.
- 2017 -Graduate Diploma for Entrepreneurial Educators; University College Dublin, Ireland.
- 2012- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (Teaching and Learning); University College Dublin, Ireland.
- 2002- Registered Nurse Tutor (RNT); University College Dublin.
- 2000- Master of Science (Nursing) (MSc.); Trinity College, Dublin.
- 1996 -Higher Diploma in Nursing (Public Health) (RPHN); University College Dublin, Ireland.
- 1995 -Diploma in Safety, Health and Welfare at Work; University College Dublin, Ireland.
- 1990- Diploma in Midwifery (RM); Registered on the Midwives Division as maintained by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI).
- 1988- Diploma in General Nursing (RGN); Registered on the General Nurses Division as maintained by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI).
- Member of the International Network for Health Workforce Education (INHWE)
- Member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing (STTI)
Current areas of activity
- Exploring the role of reflective practice in nurse education.
- Exploring language interpreting in undergraduate medical education: developing a framework for educational practice.
- The development of European guidelines and reference points for the design and delivery of degree programmes in nursing.
- The development of a model to facilitate the teaching of reflective practice within a blended learning environment.
- The development of a framework to guide nursing and midwifery in the community, guided by an evidence review.
- Identifying the optimum role and function of an outreach service for patients and families with a rare disease.
- Actively researching the benefits and challenges that are associated with reflective practice in nurse education.
- Students are welcome to contact me for research projects
- Kearney, S., Donohoe, A. and McAuliffe, E., (2020). Living with epidermolysis bullosa: Daily challenges and health‐care needs. Health Expectations, 23(2), pp.368-376.
- Donohoe, A., (2019). The Blended Reflective Inquiry Educators Framework; origins, development and utilisation. Nurse education in practice, 38, pp.96-104.
- Donohoe, A., Kearney, S., and McAuliffe, E. (2018) Identifying the Optimum Role and Function of an Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) Outreach Nurse. Irish Research Council; Dublin, Ireland. DOI
- CALOHEE (2018) Guidelines and Reference Points for the Design and Delivery of Degree Programmes in Nursing.
- Leahy-Warren, P., Mulcahy, H., Benefield, L., Bradley, C., Coffey, A., Donohoe, A., Fitzgerald, S., Frawley, T., Healy, E., Healy, M. and Kelly, M., (2017). Conceptualising a model to guide nursing and midwifery in the community guided by an evidence review. BMC nursing, 16(1), p.35.
- Leahy-Warren, P., Mulcahy, H., McLoughlin, K., Kelly, M., Phelan, A., Savage, E., Benefield, L., Bradley, C., Coffey, A., Donohoe,, A., Fitzgerald, S., Frawley, T., Healy, M., Meagher, C., McCarthy, B., O’Connell, R., O’Mahony, A., Paul,, G., Stokes, D., Walsh, J. and Healy, L. (2016). An Evidence Review on Current Models of Registered Nursing and Midwifery Practice in the Community to Inform Policy Development. Department of Health; Dublin.
- Donohoe, A., (2015). Reflective Writing: Articulating an Alternative Pedagogy. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 186, pp.800-804.