Mary Dawood, Consultant Nurse, Imperial College Healthcare Trust, Associate Editor – Emergency Medicine Journal
Mary Dawood RN. BSc (Hons) MSc Medical Sociology is a Nurse Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Imperial College Healthcare Trust London and Honorary Lecturer Imperial College London. As a Consultant Nurse, Mary has pursued both an academic and clinical career and has a high profile in emergency nursing in the UK. Her current post as enables her to maintain frequent clinical contact with patients while also supporting and developing the skills of others in particular supervising Master’s students in her specialty and has recently been appointed as an honorary lecturer in the Division of Medicine at Imperial College London.
She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Healthcare and is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a Lecturer/Practice Educator. Mary is the Chair of the Emergency Nurse Consultant Association (ENCA) and is the nursing representative at the College Of Emergency Medicine’s Quality in Emergency Care Committee and Safer Care Committee.
She is a co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Emergency Nursing and has also written and edited the Emergency Practitioner Handbook (Radcliffe Publishing). She is an Associate Editor of Emergency Medicine Journal (BMJ Publishing Group). She frequently reviews academic papers for International Emergency Nursing (Elsevier), and Emergency Medicine Journal.(BMJ Publishing). She is also a member of the editorial board of the health journal Diversity in Health and Care and is the editor of the Practitioner Blog in this journal .On a more global level she is a member of the international editorial advisory board of the Australasian Journal of Emergency Nursing. She is interested in many aspects of emergency care and has published numerous papers on the subject of emergency nursing. Mary is an established speaker and presents frequently at conferences both nationally and internationally.