Liz Hartnett

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I am a lecturer in intellectual disability nursing in the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health. I teach on a number of undergraduate modules and in postgraduate supervision. I am involved in preceptorship training and sit on the Ethics Advisory Committee. My research interests center around access to knowledge for nursing students in higher education. My PhD thesis is entitled: An exploration of how undergraduate intellectual disability nursing students are supported to access, integrate and apply knowledge for practice in Irish higher education.

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2021 Hartnett. L and McNamara. M (2021) 'The networking role of intellectual disability nurses during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic'. LEARNING DISABILITY PRACTICE, .
2021 Hartnett. L and McNamara. M (2021) ''Oral health and supporting people with intellectual disabilities to get access to dental treatment''. LEARNING DISABILITY PRACTICE, . [DOI]
2008 Hartnett, L., Gallagher, P., Kiernan, G., Poulsen, C., Gilligan, E and Reynolds, M (2008) 'Day service programmes for people with a severe intellectual disability and quality of life, parent and staff perspectives'. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 12 :153-172.
2008 Hartnett, E., Gallagher, P., Kiernan, G., Poulsen, C., Gilligan, E., Reynolds, M (2008) 'Day service programmes for people with a severe intellectual disability and quality of life, parent and staff perspectives Vol 12 (2) p153-172'. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 12 :153-172.

Other Journal

Year Publication
Liz Hartnett .
2021 Hartnett. L and McNamara. M (2021) 'The networking role of intellectual disability nurses during Covid-19' .
2020 Hartnett, L and McNamara, M (2020) 'The semantic wave: nurse preceptors supporting intellectual disability nursing students to select and apply theory and evidence for practice' .
2019 Hartnett. L (2019) 'Batten Disease' 22 (5) :22-22.
2004 Hartnett. L (2004) 'Hartnett. L (2004) An exploration of the role of the social model of disability in Irish intellectual disability nursing' Vol 2 :20-21.

Conference Contribution

Year Publication
2021 Liz HARTNETT (2021) IUA Conferenceon supporting family, patient and public involvement; Examples from nursing discipline IUA Conference Educating intellectual disability nurses to support people with an intellectual disability and their families accross the lifespan TCD, .
2021 Liz Hartnett (2021) School of Nursing and Midwifery UCC Annual Research Conference 2021: Responding to crises This presentation focused on findings from my PhD study, An exploration of how undergraduate intellectual disability nursing students are supported to access, integrate and apply knowledge for practice in Irish higher education UCC, .
2021 Liz Hartnett (2021) Qualitative Summer School; Qualitative research that matters SNPCH DCU Using critical discourse analysis to shed light on intellectual disability nursing students: access to knowledge for practice School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health, DCU, .
2016 E Hartnett (2016) PhD Summer School School of Nursing Midwifery and Health Systems, UCD Knowledge integration in intellectual disability nursing in higher education UCD, .

Thesis

Year Publication
2020 Hartnett. L (2020) An exploration of how undergraduate intellectual disability nursing students are supported to access, integrate and apply knowledge for practice in Irish higher education. THES
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Professional Associations

Association Function From / To
Shaping the future of intellectual disability nursing Chair of Education Sub group 09/04/2019 - 09/04/2022
Legitimation Code Theory Postgraduate students network post graduate student network member 02/04/2016 - 31/01/2017
National Network of Intellectual Disability Nurses in Ireland Member 30/10/2014 - 25/10/2016

Languages

Language Reading Writing Speaking
French Functional Functional Functional

Research Interests

Critical discourse analysis. Legitmation Code Theory.  Knowledge integration in nursing education.  In my PhD study I explored how undergraduate intellectual disability nursing students are supported to access, integrate and apply knowledge for practice in Irish higher education.