Senior Lecturer Children’s Nursing
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Since qualifying as a Paediatric Nurse in the early 90’s Stefan has held several senior nursing and managerial positions within the NHS and Higher Education. His clinical career was mainly spent specialising in Paediatric Accident and Emergency with a period of time spend in directorate management while also holding honorary lecturers posts at local Medical Schools and Faculties of Health.
In January 2012 Stefan was awarded the prestigious Queens Nurse (QN) title in recognition of his commitment to improving standards of care and to learning and leadership in Nurse Education.
Stefan currently teaches on several courses offered within the University. His main teaching activity is on the pre-registration Baccalaureate Nursing programme.
Stefan's main academic and clinical interests lie within Paediatrics, Child Health , Emergency Paediatrics, Major Trauma, Physiological Assessment, Clinical Simulation, Higher Education, Primary and Community Health Care for Children and their Families and Advanced Paediatric Life Support
He is currently the Faculties Programme Lead for the BA (Honours) Children and Integrated Professional Care course run in conjunction with the Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences.
Stefan's teaching interests include:
- Paediatric Basic and Advanced Life Support
- Paediatric Accident and Emergency
- Paediatric Major Trauma
- Physiological Assessment
- Clinical Simulations in relation to Children's Nursing
- Primary and Community Health Care for Children and their Families
- Paediatric Clinical Skills.
- Academic Advisor for Paediatric assessment programme delivered by Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
- Programme Director (Child Additional Registration Programme)
- Faculties Programme Lead for the BA (Honours) Children and Integrated Professional. Delivered in conjunction with the Faculty of Education, Law and Social Sciences.
- Peer reviewer for Centre for Health and Social Care Research BCU
Member of the Oxford Education Society (MOES)
Queens Nurse (QN)
Queens Nursing Institute (2012)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Associate Member of the Resuscitation Council (UK)
Andrea Page - Clinical Skills Division.
Stefan's research interests lie in Evidence Based Practice and Medical Statistics.
He has assisted in a number of studies the most recent looking at Nursing Students attitudes towards Clinical Simulations.
While a post graduate student at the University of Oxford, Stefan assisted with the statistical analysis of data that compared caffeine consumption and it effects on Blood Pressure (results yet to be published).
He is currently researching:
- The Effects of High Fidelity Clinical Patient Simulations on the Self-Efficacy in Pre-Registration Diplomat Nursing Students.
- The ability of student nurses to accurately detect a brachial pulse whilst undertaking Infant Basic life Support.
- The context and content of clinically holding children and young people for canulation within a paediatric A&E department.
PhD Study: Doctor of Theology
Cash, S (2015) “Men in Nursing” cited in “Choosing Nursing: From Application to Offer and beyond” ” Routledge UK
Cash, S (2013) “The Effects of High Fidelity Clinical Simulations in Nurse Education on the Self-Efficacy of Pre-Registration Nursing Students” Poster Presentation 7th Annual Research Conference. Wednesday 12th June 2013. Birmingham City University UK
Paige, A and Cash, S (2013) “Basic life support for carers of people with a distorted body shape” Birmingham Made Me design Expo 2013 Thursday 13th June. Millennium Point. Birmingham UK.
Athi, R., Cash, S. and Roberts , C. (2012) “The Use of Simulation Activity within SCPHN Training” Striving for Excellence Delivering Positive Health Outcomes for Children, 2nd Annual Child Health Conference 19th-20th April 2012Telford International Centre UK
Cash, S (2012) “Student development: Support and Wellbeing” Nursing Principles for the Professional Role, Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S (2012) “Nursing Reality: from process to plan” Nursing Principles for the Professional Role, Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S Gee, N & O’Boyle, M (2012) “The Fields of Nursing” Nursing Principles for the Professional Role, Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S (2011) “Cardiogenic Shock” Oxford Desk Reference: Cardiology. Oxford University Press UK Journal of learning Disability Practice July 14:6 p28-30
Cash, S (2011) “Managing Multiple Major Trauma”” Oxford Handbook of Paediatric Accident & Emergency Nursing Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S (2010) “Managing Shock”” Cited in: Oxford Handbook of Paediatric Accident & Emergency Nursing , Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S (2010) “The Effects of High Fidelity Clinical Patient Simulations on the Self-Efficacy in Pre-Registration Diplomat Nursing Students” MA Thesis, Kendrick Library, Birmingham City University UK
Roberts, C. J and Cash, S (2010) “On the crest of a wave, Patchwork Text 10 years on” Wed 4th June The Centre for Recording Achievement City University, London UK
Cash, S and Khalid, L (2010) “Integrated working, working smarter, working better” Poster Presentation at Conference. 3rd Annual Birmingham City University Learning and Teaching Festival, renamed: LATHE (Learning and Teaching in Higher Education) Conference: 6th July Birmingham City University UK
Cash, S and Khalid, L (2010) “Training together to work Together” Poster Presentation Conference. Stepping up to the mark. Integrated working: Working Better, Working Smarter. Wed 31st March 2010 The University of Chester UK
Cash, S and Shinnick-Page, A (2008) “Basic Life Support in the Child with Profound Mental Health and Learning Disabilities” Journal of Paediatric Nursing, Oct 20:8 p26-27
Cash, S. Shinnick-Page, A. and Sebra, S. (2008) “Clinical Holding”, Journal of Paediatric Nursing, June, Vol20, No5, P 8
Wynne, N Cash, S Yardley, L Bartholomew, N Nevin, G Aldridge, M and Winterman, E (2008) “The impact on student learning of a large scale simulation and clinical skills programme within pre-registration nursing curricula.” 14th Annual Meeting of the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine. June 21st. University of Hertfordshire UK.
Cash, S (2007) “A guide to scenario design; including governance, risk & benchmarking issues within children and young people’s nursing” Simulation User Network (SUN) Symposium. February 27th Cardiff University UK
Yardley, L and Cash, S (2007) “On the Crest of a Wave” Challenging Perspectives on Simulation & Skills in Health Care Education, Conference. November 22nd University of Central England Birmingham UK..
Winterman, E, Cash, S, Wynne, N, Aldridge, M and Yardley, L (2007) “Constructively Aligning Multi-Modality Simulation Within a Pre-Registration Nursing Curriculum” 13th Annual Meeting of the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine. June 20th.Copenhagen Denmark.
Cash, S (2006) “Shock” Oxford Handbook of Children’s and Young People’s Nursing, Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S (2006) “Principles of Physical Assessment” Oxford Handbook of Children’s and Young People’s Nursing, Oxford University Press UK
Cash, S (2006) “Poisoning Assessment” Oxford Handbook of Children’s and Young People’s Nursing, Oxford University Press UK
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