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Ms. Sylvia Huntley-Moore

Director Staff Education & Development (School of Nursing & Midwifery)

Sylvia Huntley-Moore is Director of Staff Education and Development in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin where her primary responsibilities include promoting good practice and innovation in teaching, learning and assessment and the School's approach to curriculum design and programme evaluation as well as supporting staff in the conduct of educational research. From 1995-2002 Sylvia was the College's Staff Development Manager. Prior to that, she was a lecturer in the Centre for Staff Development at the University of Wollongong, Australia, where her primary role was to manage the University's student evaluation programme with particular reference to associated staff development activities.
  Continuing Professional Development   Educational Evaluation/Assessment   Higher Education   Innovation in learning   Undergraduate Education
 An exploration of the use of social media to encourage student engagement in an undergraduate nursing course
 An Evaluation of the Elective Module: Madness in the Movies
 A Survey of Factors Influencing Student Response Rates to Online Course Surveys

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External Member, Standing Committee for the President's Teaching Awards and Teaching Development Grants, University College Dublin. 1996-2001
College Steering Committee on Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement 1996
Audio Visual and Media Services Committee. 1997
Learning and Technology Strategy Group. 1997-1998
Chair, Organising Committee, Colloquium on University Teaching and Learning: Policy and Practice. 1998
BESS Faculty Working Party on Student Evaluation of Courses. 1998
External Examiner, Quality Review. Dept. of French, NUI Limerick 1998
Learning and Technology Steering Committee 1999
College Quality Committee 2001
College Working Party on Teaching and Learning 2001
Faculty of Health Sciences Curriculum Subcommittee 2003 -
Academic Practice and Quality Committee, TCD 2003 -
Chair, Faculty of Health Sciences Educational Research Group 2004 -
Member, Centre for Academic Practice and Student Learning Advisory Committee, TCD 2005
Member of HETAC Institutional Review Panel, Dundalk Institute of Technology April 2009
Guest Speaker, Teaching and Learning Day DCU. Presentation 'Student Surveys- Help or Hindrance in Promting Effective Teaching' 19 May 2009
Member, School of Medicine Evaluation Steering Group, TCD 2009 -
Member of HETAC Programmatic Review Panel, Athlone Institute of Technology 19 & 20 May 2010
Chair, Irish Universities Training Network 2000
Vice President, All Ireland Society for Higher Education 2003
Editor, AISHE-J All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2008
Executive Member, All Ireland Society for Higher Education 2006
Editorial Board Member, AISHE-J All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2011
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Higher Education and Research Development Society of Australasia, HERDSA 1989 2019
All Ireland Society for Higher Education 2003 2019
Educational Developers in Ireland Network 2007 2019
Naomi Bartley, Sylvia Huntley-Moore, Supporting the Transition from Nursing Student to Newly Qualified Children's Nurse, Nursing Children and Young People, 2021, p11 pages , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Sharek, D. McCann, E. & Huntley-Moore, S., The design and development of an online education program for families of trans young people, Journal of LGBT Youth, 18, (2), 2021, p188 - 210, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Aoife Farrington, Sylvia Huntley-Moore, Grainne Donohue, 'I found it daunting' An exploration of educational needs and experiences of mental health student nurses working with children and adolescents with eating disorders, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2020, Notes: [DOI 10.1111/JPM.12619], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Sylvia Huntley-Moore and Patricia Cronin , Giving students' first hand experience of the relationship between research and effective nursing practice , Irish Network of Healthcare Educators, Preparing students for the complexities of practice and transformative experiences, , Trinity College Dublin , 13-14th February , 2020, Oral Presentation, PRESENTED
Sharek, Danika, McCann Edward & Huntley-Moore, Sylvia , A Mixed Methods Evaluation of a Gender Affirmative Education Program for Families of Trans Young People, Journal of GLBT Family Studies , 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Huntley-Moore, S, Curtis, E, Duffy, E, O'Rourke, F. , Critical Preparation and Readiness to support future change, Nursing Management , Volume 25, (Number 2), 2018, p31 - 38, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Sharek, D., Huntley-Moore, S., and McCann E., Education needs of families of transgender young people: A narrative review of international literature, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol 39, (No 1. ), 2018, p59 - 72, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Huntley-Moore, S, Bartley, Naomi, Looking Forward to Being a Nurse and Not Just a Student Anymore, 8th Annual OLCHC Research and Audit Conference, Our Lady's Children's HospitalCrumlin, Dublin, Irealnd., 25th May,, 2018, ppp.20 - p.20, Poster, PUBLISHED  URL
Huntley-Moore, Sylvia, Panter, John. , A Guide to Module Design , Dublin, All Ireland Society for Higher Education, 2016, 6 - 78pp, Book, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
Sharek, D., Huntley-Moore, S., McCann, E., Education needs of families of people who are transgender in Ireland: A consultation needs analysis within a PhD study, 17th Healthcare Interdisciplinary Research: Contemplating the Past, Present and Future, Dublin, Ireland, 9-10 November, Trinity College Dublin School of Nursing & Midwifery, 2016, Conference Paper, PRESENTED

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Huntley-Moore, S and Panter, J.,, Core Curriculum for the Initial Professional Development of Newly Appointed Academic Staff, Dublin, Irish Universities Training Network [funded by the NDP], 2000, 1 - 333pp, Book, PUBLISHED


Higher Education with particular interests in the development of teaching and learning and the professional development of academic staff. . Developing and supporting departmental teaching cultures . Evaluation of teaching