School:Nursing and Midwifery
Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery
Sarah McGloin's main area of interest is in critical care nursing and education.
Sarah is currently the course leader for the PG Dip Critical Care. Prior to becoming a lecturer she worked in critical care units in the West of England and London, including regional centres for neurosurgery and burns. During this time Sarah developed a keen interest in critical care nursing, ultimately becoming a practice development nurse in critical care.
Her interest in critical care continues and she now lead the Critical Care course at Anglia Ruskin University working with a number of practice partners. Sarah's also an education champion for a local NHS Trust ensuring links between the University and practice are maintained. She's also the tutor for a group of pre-registration nursing students.
McGloin, S. and McLeod, A. (2010) Advanced Practice in Critical Care a case study approach. Blackwell Science, London.
McGloin, S. (2015) The ins and outs of fluid balance in the acutely ill patient. British Journal of Nursing 24 (1) 14-18
McGloin, S. (2008) The trustworthiness of case study methodology. Nurse Researcher. 16 (1) 45-55.
McGloin, S. (2008) Administration of oxygen therapy. Nursing Standard 5 22 (21) 46-48.
Knowles, J, McGloin S.(2007) Developing critical analysis skills in academic writing. Nursing Standard.21(52):35-7.
McGloin, S. and Knowles, J. (2005) An evaluation of the critical care assistant role within an acute NHS Trust Critical Care Unit. Nursing in Critical Care 10 (4) 210-215
Price, T. and McGloin, S. (2003) Cooling strategies for patients with severe cerebral insult part 2. Nursing in Critical Care 8 (1) 37-42
Price, T. and McGloin, S. (2003) Cooling strategies for patients with severe cerebral insult part 1. Nursing in Critical Care 8 (1) 30-36
Shackell, S. (1996) Cooling hyperthermic and hyperpyrexic patients in intensive care. Nursing in Critical Care 1 (6) 278-282
British Association of Critical Care Nursing Annual Conference 2014 ‘The patients experience of the nursing contribution to their experience of intensive care.’ Oral paper.