Ms Melanie Storey
Lecturer ASOMI
Interprofessional Studies
Telephone: (01792) 604970
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Publications

  1. Storey, M., Jordan, S., & Storey, M. An overview of the immune system. Nursing Standard, 23(15), 47-56.
  2. Jordan, S., Emery, S., Watkins, A., Evans, J., Storey, M., Morgan, G., Watkins, A., Jordan, S., & Storey, M. Associations of drugs routinely given in labour with breastfeeding at 48 hours: analysis of the Cardiff Births Survey. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 116(12), 1622
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1471-0528.2009.02256.x/full
  3. Allen, S., Jordan, S., Gravenor, M., & Storey, M. Dietary supplementation with lactobacilli and bifidobacteria was well tolerated and not associated with adverse events during late pregnancy and early infancy.. Journal of Nutrition, 140, 483-8.
  4. Hill, R., Brophy, S., Brunt, H., Brophy, S., Storey, M., Rodgers, S., & Lyons, R. Protocol of the Baseline Assessment for the Environments for Healthy Living (EHL) Wales Cohort Study.. BMC Public Health, 10, 150
  5. Jordan, S., Storey, M., Morgan, G., & Storey, M. Antibiotics and Allergic Disorders in Childhood. The Open Nursing Journal, 2(1), 48

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Teaching

  • SHF308 Contemporary Developments in Osteopathic Practice

    This module is designed to develop the student¿s knowledge and understanding of key areas of osteopathic practice, their application and relevance in the context of contemporary developments, which inform the practice and the philosophy of osteopathy.

  • SHF309 Evidence Based Practice and Research Methods

    This module introduces students to the concept of evidence based practice and will provide an introduction to research methods.

  • SHF310 Being a Reflective Practitioner

    Reflection in osteopathic practice is an accepted norm. This module is designed to allow the student to become a reflective clinical practitioner. It will consider the aspects of reflection-on-action and reflection-in-action and reflection-for-action. The importance of reflection in the clinical setting within other disciplines will be used as exemplars for personal development.