Susan Elizabeth Ashton
|Telephone Number:||0151 231 4065|
Room 3.33, Henry Cotton Building.
Faculty of Health and Applied Social Sciences
Programme Leader for the DIP HE (Adult) Nursing / Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Health and Applied Social Sciences. Background in general nursing and care of older people. Teaching on a variety of pre and post registration nursing / health and social care programmes including MSc Health and Social Care. Teaching interests include Management and Leadership, Palliative care and Dementia. Currently undertaking an MPhil/PhD which focuses on family caregiver experience of proxy decision making for people with advanced dementia who are at the end of life.
Management and Leadership
End of Life Care for People with Dementia
McClelland B, Ashton S, Roe B, Mazhindu D, Gandy R (2008) End of Life Care: An Evaluation of the Implementation of the Gold Standards Framework and The Liverpool Care Pathway for people with dementia in five care settings across Greater Manchester. Evaluation Report and Executive Summary to North West NHS. 2008. Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool.
Contributing Author to: Tabernacle et al (2009) Oxford Handbook of Nursing Older People (2009)
Ashton et al (2009) End of Life Care for People with Dementia in Long Term Care Settings. Royal College Nursing ‘Ageing Matters’ Forum for Nurses Working with Older People and Mental Health and Old People Forum – Spring 2009 www.rcn.org.uk/olderpeople
Ashton et al (2009) End of Life Care: An evaluation of the implementation of the GSF and LCP for people with dementia in five care settings across Greater Manchester. European Journal of Palliative Care. September 2009
|Conferences||Teaching And Learning Conference April 2009 ‘ The experience of teaching palliative care with Granada University via video conferencing.|
NET 2009 – 8th September 2009 Presenting paper : ‘ Student nurse experience in Care Homes’ (Gerontology dissertation).
NET 2009 9th September 2009 – Presenting paper : ‘Reaching Out’ End of Life Care Masters Module’ with Granada University, Spain.
Dementia: Research and Care the End of Life North West Conference, University of Salford (11th September 2009) Presenting Paper ‘Evaluating GSF: Key Issues for Policy’
|Part of Register||Field of Practice|
|Part 1||Adult Nursing|
BA(Hons) Health Studies
|MSc Health (Policy, Promotion, Research)|