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Specialist community public health nursing: Understanding and exploring assessment for learning (2018)
Journal Article
Seal, J. (2018). Specialist community public health nursing: Understanding and exploring assessment for learning. Journal of Health Visiting, 6(5), 248-253. https://doi.org/10.12968/johv.2018.6.5.248

This article explores assessment ‘for’ learning (AfL), rather than focusing on accreditation or ‘of’ learning. AfL is a process of seeking and interpreting evidence, for use by both the learner and the teacher to inform future learning and developmen... Read More about Specialist community public health nursing: Understanding and exploring assessment for learning.

Multiple professional identities: A personal exploration of the transition from nurse to lecturer (2017)
Journal Article
Seal, J. (2017). Multiple professional identities: A personal exploration of the transition from nurse to lecturer. Journal of Health Visiting, 5(2), 94-99

This personal reflective account explores my transition from NHS employee to university lecturer based in an Higher Educational Institution. Lave and Wenger’s (1991) “Communities of Practice” (COP) model has been used as a framework to highlight bot... Read More about Multiple professional identities: A personal exploration of the transition from nurse to lecturer.

Exploring perceptions of listening, empathy and summarising in the health visitor–parent relationship (2013)
Journal Article
health visitor–parent relationship. Journal of Health Visiting, 1(4), 226-232

The ability of health visitors and their teams to engage and build effective relationships with families is fundamental in working together to reduce health inequalities and achieving positive outcomes for children and their families. In order to int... Read More about Exploring perceptions of listening, empathy and summarising in the health visitor–parent relationship.