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Geraldine Regan is a Senior Lecturer in Childhood Studies at the University of Huddersfield commencing September 2014. Previously, she held the position of Associate Professor in the school of Nursing Midwifery and Health Sciences in University College, Dublin for three years. Geraldine was the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Nursing at Irelands largest Childrens Hospital, Our Ladys Childrens Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin where she was employed from 2002 until 2014. During this time she managed a range of Health and Social Care Professionals and Nursing Staff, was involved in strategic planning and in establishing systems and structures for Quality and Patient Safety within the hospital. She previously held the position of Director of Nursing in an acute general hospital and Divisional Nurse Manager in a large academic teaching hospital.
Geraldine was also a part time lecturer in Dublin City University where she taught Health Policy.
In the past Geraldine has worked for a homeless charity both as a volunteer and subsequently as a full time Director. She also worked for a local community on the third EUs programme to Combat Poverty.
Brenner, M., Hilliard, C., Regan, G., Coughlan, B., Hayden, S., Drennan, J. and Kelleher, D. (2014) ‘Research Priorities for Children's Nursing in Ireland: A Delphi Study’ Journal of Pediatric Nursing: Nursing Care of Children and Families , 29 (4), pp. 301-308. ISSN 0882-5963
Coyne, I., Hayes, E., Gallagher, P. and Regan, G. (2006) Giving Children a Voice: Investigation of children's participation in consultation and decision making in Irish hospitals . Giving Children a Voice. Dublin: Government Publications Stationary Office Dublin. ISBN 978-0755716623
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