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Mr Harry De Jesus

Lecturer

My current post is as a Lecturer in Nursing for the BSc program. This includes provision of different modes of teaching on subjects such as anatomy and physiology, fundamentals of nursing skills, healthcare ethics and clinical simulations.

  • AE 4.35
    University of East London
    Stratford Campus
    Water Lane
    London, E15 4LZ
    United Kingdom
    E15 4LZ
  • h.dejesus@uel.ac.uk

    I have been awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Santo Tomas (Philippines) and a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Health and Social Care from Anglia Ruskin University. Further to this, I received my Master in Research in Clinical Research from St. George’s, University of London, which was funded fully by the NIHR masteral studentship program. I have also received funding as a research fellow position from the Collaboration for Leadership Applied Health Research and Care North Thames.
    Prior to joining the academia, I worked as a nurse in neonatal and paediatric intensive care settings. During my clinical practice, I have gained specialist training in the neonatal and paediatric setting.  I also practiced as a Senior Paediatric research nurse within the Greater London area. This includes setting up and managing several research studies across a variety of Trusts settings. My work encompasses commercial clinical trials for a variety of paediatric chronic conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Fabry disease.
    I have developed and publish several pieces of work around paediatrics – such as emancipatory strategies to ensure active participation of children in research and clinical issues affecting them. My master thesis is on the exploration of children’s experiences of self-management in the context of IBD. My areas of interest include: emancipatory research methods, visual techniques with children, gastrointestinal nursing, clinical research nursing and Lego Serious Play as a research method.



    Overview

    Most Recent Research
    - Fatigue interventions on children and adolescents with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

    Exploration on the role of microplastics and inflammatory bowel disease

    Previous Research
    - Self-management among paediatric patients with IBD




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    Research

    Most Recent Publication
    - De Jesus, H, Ooms A, Norton C, Dibley L and Croft N. (2019) ‘Development of self-
    management in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease: a qualitative exploration’. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 9:11, pp. 75-84.

    Previous Publications
    - De Jesus, H. (2017) ‘P-232 YI A grounded theory exploration of self-management in
    paediatric IBD’. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 23, p.S76.

    - De Jesus H. and Petty J. (2012) 'High frequency ventilation: A reflective case study'.
    Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 18:4, pp.112-120.

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    Subject Areas
    - Values Based Care within Nursing Practice
    - Fundamental Principles of Adult Nursing



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