Dr Therese Leufer
Nursing and Human Sciences
|Name:||Dr Therese Leufer|
|Department:||Nursing and Human Sciences|
|Role:||Academic Staff - General Nursing|
|Phone Number:||01 700 8533|
|Campus:||DCU Glasnevin Campus|
EdD, MA HEd.,PG Dip.HEd.,PG Cert (Imp.Sci), BSc (Hons),RGN, RNT.
Fellow Higher Education Academy (FHEA),U.K.,
Certified Evidence-based Practice Mentor (ASU, USA).
Registered Nurse Tutor (NMBI)
ENB 148 Neuromedical and Neurosurgical Nursing Certificate.
ENB N42 Neurological Intensive Care Nursing Certificate.
ENB 998 Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice Certificate.
ENB 934 Nursing Patients with HIV/AIDS Related Conditions.
My name is Therese Leufer and I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing and Human Sciences in Dublin City University. My clinical nursing background was neuroscience nursing where I specialised in neurosurgical intensive care and worked in a number of neurosurgical units in the greater London area. I completed a BSc (Hons) in Health Studies at SouthBank University, London. I moved into nurse education in 1998 as a P/T lecturer at the University of Greenwich where I completed both a Post Graduate Diploma and Masters Degree in Higher Education enabling registration as a Practitioner/ Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, FHEA (U.K.). Following relocation to Ireland in 1999 I worked as a Nurse Tutor in the School of Nursing in Beaumont Hospital. I commenced my current role as Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Nursing in the School of Nursing & Human Sciences, DCU in 2002 following the assimilation of pre-registration nurse education into the higher education sector. I have undertaken a variety of roles within the school including Deputy Programme Chair (BSc. Hons in Nursing programme), Undergraduate Teaching Convener, Programme Chair (MSc in Nursing/Healthcare Practice), Coordinator of the Qualitative Research Summer School (QRSS) and have taken a lead role in both Stand Alone module/curriculum development at both undergraduate and post-graduate level. I have recently completed my Doctorate of Education Degree (Bris) where my thesis focused on Evidence-based Practice in Nurse Education.