Mrs Miranda Daly

Mrs Miranda Daly

Director of Academic Workforce, Sessional,
School of Nursing and Midwifery

School of Nursing and Midwifery


Nursing since 1989, 2nd year of non hospital based practitioners.

Spent 1 year rotating between medical/ surgical nursing. Ended up in emergency and stayed. Became a CNS in A&E. Then after hours clinical support Clinical Nurse Consultant 14 years. Provided after hours clinical support, education, on arrest team, trauma team, code black team, provided clinical supervision and education. Also relieved as NUM A&E and after hours Senior Nurse Manager.

Worked in private & public A&E's, ICU, CCU, burns, High dependency.

Worked in medical practice, pilots for kidney health & diabetes education through practice nurse association.

Commenced at UWS 2007 casual, became permanent in 2012.

Deputy Director Clinical 3 years looked after at risk students, verification process, also acted as Director. Deputy Director Casual Workforce and Resource Allocation 2017-present, look after sessional staffing/ recruitment and timetabling. Acted as Director.

Attained numerous post graduate qualifications and numerous certificates in mainly critical care. Currently working towards PhD.

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  • DipRedMas Australasian College of Natural Therapies
  • GDipAppSc(AdvClinNurs) University of Sydney
  • Dip.App.Sc-Nursing Kuringai CAE


  • Sessional staffing
  • Critical Care
  • Education
  • Preventative management

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • School of Nursing and Midwifery


Phone: (02) 4570 1656
Location: G10.G.50

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Journal Articles

  • Hunt, L., Ramjan, L., Daly, M., Lewis, P., O'Reilly, R., Willis, S. and Salamonson, Y. (2020), 'Development and psychometric testing of the 10-item satisfaction with Nursing Skill Examination : Objective Structured Clinical Assessment scale', Nurse Education in Practice, vol 45 .
  • Gregory, L., Villarosa, A., Ramjan, L., Hughes, M., O'Reilly, R., Stunden, A., Daly, M., Raymond, D., Fatayer, M. and Salamonson, Y. (2019), 'The influence of mathematics self-efficacy on numeracy performance in first-year nursing students : a quasi-experimental study', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 28, no 19-20 , pp 3651 - 3659.
  • Daly, M., Salamonson, Y., Glew, P. and Everett, B. (2017), 'Hawks and doves : the influence of nurse assessor stringency and leniency on pass grades in clinical skills assessments', Collegian, vol 24, no 5 , pp 449 - 454.

Conference Papers

  • Glew, P., Starr, J., Salas, M., Daly, M., Ramjan, L., Everett, B., Dixon, K. and Salamonson, Y. (2019), 'Cross-disciplinary collaboration to facilitate clinical communication workshops for undergraduate nursing students', Worldwide Nursing Conference, Singapore.

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