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Dr. Thomas Noone

Assistant Professor (School of Nursing & Midwifery)

Dr Noone, (Assistant Professor in General Nursing, Trinity College Dublin) qualified as general nurse (RGN) at University Hospital Galway and graduated with Honours. He completed Post Registration Psychiatric Nursing (RPN) at the South Eastern Regional Psychiatric Nursing School at St Oterans Hospital Waterford with Honours. Dr Noone worked as a staff nurse in medical/surgical nursing and ICU at UHG and as a staff nurse at the Haematology/Oncology and National Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at St James's hospital,Dublin. He also worked as a staff nurse and Assistant Nurse Tutor at St Patrick's hospital, Dublin. He completed his BNS RNT with Honours at the Department of Nursing Studies, UCD Dublin, and was appointed Nurse Tutor at St James's hospital where he taught the RGN registration course for over ten years. He was also Educational Facilitator for the Post Graduate Diploma in Peri-operative nursing at St James's Hospital & Trinity College Dublin. Dr Noone completed a Master in Medical Science in Nursing with Honours at UCD Dublin and was the first male nurse in the Republic of Ireland to obtain a Masters Degree in Nursing. He received an MA from Trinity College Dublin and completed a PhD in Education at the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. He also earned a Diploma in human anatomy and a Diploma in applied physiology form the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Dr Noone was appointed course coordinator in 2001 for the Diploma in Nursing in Trinity College Dublin and across six affiliated Health Service Providers.He has also acted as course coordinator for the undergraduate B.Sc.(Hons)degree course in nursing and he has also co-ordinated courses at M.Sc. level. He is an assessor for postgraduate students undertaking the M.Sc. in Clinical Health Science Education. Dr Noone has extensive experience in education, administration and research supervision at both undergraduate and post-graduate level and he has presented at conferences both nationally and internationally. He lectures in pain management, neurological nursing, clinical nursing skills and clinical health science education.
  Acute care nursing   Clinical learning environment in nursing   Continuing Professional Development   Critical Thinking   Innovation in learning   Nursing Education   Teaching and learning in Nursing
 Preparation of Research Proposal for FP7
 Critical Thinking

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Quality Committee School of Nursing & Midwifery TCD.(2002 - 2007) Procedures Information Systems and Technology Commottee(PIST)(2002 2007) Promotion & Marketing Committee School of Nursingand Micwifery (2002 2007) National Promotion and Marketing Liaison in Nursing Nursing Careers Centr AN Bord Altranais (2002 - 2007) General Nursing Forum School of Nursing & Midwifery (presently) Academic Forum School of Nursing and Midwifery(2002 - Present) Education Research group 2005 - present) Health Care Policy and Management Research Group (2006 - 2007) Conference Committee School of Nursing & Midwifery 2005 - 2008). BSc Undergraduate Curriculum Committee 2011. BSc Undergraduate Management Committee 2011 -2013 and 2018-2020.
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National Implementation Committee for the Transfer of Nursing Education to the Higher Education Institutions (Members appointed by Minister for Health) 2001 2002
Association of Nurse Teachers(Secretary)
Management Research Group School of Nursing & Midwifery 2006 2007
Irish Federation of University Teachers Academic Staff Association Trinity College April 2005 Currently
General Nursing Forum 2002 Currently
BSc Course Coordinator Senior Fresh September 2018 October 2020
Noone, T. Seery, A., Critical thinking dispositions in undergraduate nursing students: A case study approach, Nurse Education Today, 68, (September ), 2018, p203 - 207, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Noone, T., Critical Thinking Dispositions of Undergraduate Nursing Students, Tradition, Transformation, Creation, Trinity College Dublin, 18th June 2011, 2011, Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED  URL
Noone, T., Critical Thinking: Using a Mixed Methods Research Approach to Investigate Critical Thinking in Undergraduate Nursing Students, Breaking Through the Boundaries: Educational Research and Practice., School of Education Trinity College Dublin, June 2010, 2010, Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED
Redmond. R. Curtis. E. Noone,T. Keenan, P., Quality in Higher Education: The contribution of Edward Deming's principles., International Journal of Educational Management, 22, (5), 2008, p432 - 441, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Noone, T. Redmon ,R. Curtis, E., The Revised Taxonomy: A Revisit to Bloom's taxonomy and its application and implications for undergraduate nurse education., Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery 27th International Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference., Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland., February., 2008, pp71. , Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED
Noone, T.Redmond, R. Curtis, E., The Revised Taxonomy; An Innovative Tool to Support Teaching & Learning in Nurse Education, Educating the Future Nursing and Health Workforce A Global Challenge:Global Alliance on Nursing Education and Scholarship International Inaugural Conference.., Toronto;Canada, 2008, Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED
Noone,T., Developing ones teaching capacity: Experience in the development of a reflective teaching protfolio form an interdisciplinary perspective., Educating the future Nursing and Health Workforce;A Global Challenge: Global Alliance on Nursing Education and Scholarship., Toronto;Canada, October 2008, 2008, Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED
Redmond, R. Curtis, E. Noone, T. Keenan, P., Quality in Higher Education:The contribution of W. Edwards Deming's Principles, Transforming Healthcare through Research, Education and Technology: 9th Annual Interdicciplinary Research Conference., Trinity College Dublin, November 2008, 2008, Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED
Noone. T. Redmond, R. Curtis, E., Blooms Revised Taxonomy: Relavance of the cognitive domain of teaching and learning and its implications for an undergraduate nursing degree., Nurse Education Tomorrow: 18th Annual Participative Conference., Fitzwilliam College University of Cambridge., September, 2007, Meeting Abstract, PRESENTED
Noone, T, "The Roper Logan Tierney Modelfor Nursing:Use and Evaluation as a Framework for a Nursing Research Study", 25th Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research Conference 2006, Royal College of Surgeons Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, February , 2006, Conference Paper, PRESENTED

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Acute Care Nursing, Clinical Learning Environment in Nursing, Assassment in Nurse Education. Teaching and learning in Nursing.Critical Thinking in Nursing.