Roslyn strongly believes that modern public health service is about approaching the existing health issues in a holistic way, by involving multidisciplinary professionals to address the health inequalities that exists in all aspects of health and achieve improved population health. Her experience in the hospitals, community, research, mentorship, university and qualification in nursing and public health has enabled her to gain knowledge and skills that are transferable to and relevant to population health practice.
Roslyn is a passionate Critical Care nurse who joined Anglia Ruskin University in 2013, with wealth of previous experience in nursing education, research and management. Roslyn has worked in India, Nepal, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and United Kingdom in various capacities.
Mansour and Mattukoyya, 2017. A cross-sectional survey of the newly-graduated UK nurses' experience of organizational empowerment and of challenging unsafe practice. Journal of Nursing Care Quality.
Mansour and Mattukoyya, 2018. A Cross-Sectional Survey of British Newly Graduated Nurses Experience of Organization Empowerment and of Challenging Unsafe Practices. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing.
Mansour, Jamama, Al-Madani, Mattukoyya, Al-Anati, 2018. Reconciling assertive communication skills with undergraduate nursing education: qualitative perspectives from newly-graduated British and Saudi nurses. Nurse Education today.
Mansour and Mattukoyya, 2019. Re-engineering assertive communication skills in nursing preceptorship program: A qualitative insight from newly-qualified nurses. RCNi Journal of Nursing Management.
Mansour, M. and Mattukoyya, R., 2019. Development of assertive communication skills in nursing preceptorship programmes: a qualitative insight from newly qualified nurses. Nursing Management. doi: 10.7748/nm.2019.e1857 (Peer reviewed).
Mansour, Jamama, Almadani, Al-Anati, Mattukoyya, 2020. Reconciling Assertive Communication Skills With Undergraduate Nursing Education: Qualitative Perspectives From British and Saudi Newly-Graduated Nurses.
April 2018- Presented at RCNi International Nursing Research Conference.