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Research from Lilley, Sherilyn (Sherry)


Sherry Lilley


Sherry is the Associate Head of School at the School of Nursing and has been working at Otago Polytechnic since 2001. She is a Registered Nurse and holds a BN, PG Dip in Tertiary Teaching (endorsed in Clinical) and a MHeaSC (Merit). Her Master's research was based around mentoring and student learning.

Research Outputs

Conference Contribution - Other

Lilley, S. & Walton, S. (2010) Workforce Preparation: Transition to Work Place Reality 15th South Pacific Nurses Forum , Aotea Centre, Auckland. 8-11 November 1 hour presentation.

Lilley,S. (2007) Experiences of mentoring in Primary Health Care Settings: Registered Nurses’ and students’ perspectives. New Zealand Nurses Organisation Nursing Research Section Conference Auckland November16 & 17, 2007

Lilley,S and Magrath, K (2004) Partnership in health National Plunket Conference, Convention Centre Rotorua Sherry Lilley Karen Magrath, Rotorua 6 November 2004

Oral Presentation

Lilley, S. & Penman, M. (2007) Enhancing fieldwork experiences for students. Health Group Research Forum, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin. 6 September.

Lilley, S (2007) Mentoring in Nurse Education: Mentors and mentees experiences" University of Otago Higher Education Development Centre research seminar series

Thesis – Masters/Doctoral

Lilley, S (2007) Experiences of Mentoring in Primary Health Care Settings: Registered Nurses' and Students' perspectives Univeristy of Otago Central Library 172 pages

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