Meet the Staff

 

Mrs Denise Arnott-Rooney



Staff Photo - Denise Arnott-Rooney
Job Title
Nurse Education Consultant
Contact Details
denise.arnottrooney@cec.hscni.net
Tel:028 9536 1221
Site
Clady Villa

Professional Qualifications and Interests

Professional Qualifications:

Registered General Nurse1987

Registered Sick Childrens Nurse 1990

Registered Health Visitor 1991

Community Childrens nurse 1996

Teacher Practitioner 1997

Academic Qualifications:
MSc in Advanced Nursing (Incorporating Post Graduate Diploma in Education for Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors, with Commendation) 2005

ENB Management of Actual and Potential Violence and Aggression (MAPA) 2003

BSc (Hons) Professional Development in Nursing 2:1 (Incorporating Community Childrens Nursing Qualification) 1996

Certificate in Teacher Practitioners Course 1995

Diploma in Asthma Care 1995 Keele University:

Diploma in Community Nursing (Incorporating Health Visiting Option) 1991 Stratford Upon Avon:

 

Main interests lie in all aspects of children, young people and their families. This includes their Primary Health, Secondary Health and Tertiary Health. These aspects include safeguarding children, Solihull, brain development and infant mental health.

Denise is a tutor/facilitator on the following upcoming courses

Basic Life Support: Adult Initial Assessment, Resuscitation and Advisory Defibrillation

Basic Life Support - Children

Developmental Dysplasia of Hips (DDH) Update

Newborn Bloodspot Screening

Fluid Management in Term Neonates, Children & Young People (Term Birth - 16th Birthday)

UNOCINI One – How To Make an Effective Assessment and Referral to Social Services

Medicines Management (Children)

BHSCT Induction Programme - Safeguarding Children (Level 2)

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM): An Overview

Infant Feeding Guidelines

Safeguarding Children Level 2

BHSCT Induction Programme - Anaphylaxis Management

Venepuncture & Intravenous Cannulation Combined (Children)

Record Keeping: Evidencing Person-Centred Care

Deteriorating Patient: Assessment, Intervention and Management (Children)