Mrs Shelley Peacock
Associate Head (Education)
Shelley Peacock is a lecturer with a professional background as a practice nurse and nurse practitioner. She has designed and delivered MSc programmes, modules and study days. She has also been commissioned to provide bespoke work in CCG’s throughout London and the Isle of Wight. The programmes, modules, study days and bespoke work are relevant to the vocational needs of the individuals in their healthcare setting.
Clinical practice, teaching and research interests are in the field of advanced nursing practice, non-medical prescribing, chronic respiratory conditions, dermatology and travel health. She is concerned with advancing professional knowledge and practice which is underpinned with an understanding of the theoretical basis of nursing. Shelley maintains her clinical skills through her link lecturer role.
Shelley has a passion and interest in global health and has been instrumental in integrating international electives in to King's College London pre-registration nursing programmes and currently at Portsmouth University. She has worked in Malawi and Ghana and her MSc thesis focused on malaria chemoprophylaxis.
Her publications reflect a clinical and scholarly activity related to the theories of advanced practice, travel health and chronic disease.
Area of speciality
- Advanced clinical practice (diagnostic skills)
- Non-medical prescribing
- Long Term Conditions ( respiratory and dermatology)
- Global / Travel Health
- Primary Care Nursing
Key achievements/publications/ awards/innovations in education
Bench S, Baker E, Dover N, Garry B, Nwosu W, Peacock S, Trenchard-Turner N, Whaley S, Worth T, Lee G, (2018) The education and training needs of advanced clinical practitioners: An exploratory, qualitative study. Journal of Nursing Education Practice Vol 8 No 8
- Peacock S (2016) Use of emollients in Atopic eczema. British Journal of Community Nursing 21 (2) 77-79
- Peacock S (2016) The skin structure and common dermatological conditions. British Journal of Community Nursing
- Practice Nurse Journal
- Open University programmes, modules and books
- Programme Validation event (Open University)
Peacock S. A lecturer’s experience of introducing international clinical electives into an undergraduate nursing studies programme: What are the potential risks and how can they be minimised? The global responsibility in research and education conference held at The University of Eastern Finland and the Savonia University of Applied Sciences, Finland, September 2010
Peacock S. A lecturer’s experience of introducing international clinical electives into an undergraduate nursing studies programme: What are the potential risks and how can they be minimised? Royal College of Nursing International and education forum, Belfast, UK, June 2011.
Peacock S. Collaborative working in healthcare: European examples. Mèdicins Libèraux, Lille, France, Nov 2012
Nominations: King's College London Teaching Excellence Award 2016 and 2017
Art Exhibition: Winner of the 2013 KCL Department of Anatomy and Gordon Museumn‘The Body as Evidence’ exhibition.