Liz Adamson

Liz Adamson

Associate Professor Liz Adamson

Associate Professor

Biography

Elizabeth Adamson is an associate professor within the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care at Napier University Edinburgh, Scotland. She has 14 years of experience in education both within clinical practice and higher education. Her current role has a focus on learning teaching and assessment practice and enhancing the student experience.

Research Groups

Themes

Esteem

Fellowships and Awards

  • Lothian Health Case Innovation Award, First Prize
  • Converge Challenge Finalist; Project: The Development of an Alternative Eye Dropper

 

Conference Activity

  • Making compassionate nursing practice explicit within the pre-registration curriculum: Two educational practice developments: Enhancing Practice Conference Belfast, 2010
  • Simulation in Nurse Education: contextualisation improves confidence: University Staff conference, 2009
  • Simulation as a Learning Tool: The Student Nurse Perspective: Clinical Skills Network Edinburgh, 2006
  • Scottish Clinical Skills Network Edinburgh 2012: NHS Lothian and Edinburgh Napier University Inaugural International Conference on Compassionate, 2012
  • Round Table discussion: Enhancing communication through Rapid Feedback and Action: NHS Lothian and Edinburgh Napier University Inaugural International Conference on Compassionate Care, 2012
  • To teach or not to teach: Should pre-registration nursing students be taught intravenous (IV) therapy? RCN Intravenous therapy conference London, 2007
  • Workshop: Patient stories: NHS Lothian and Edinburgh Napier University Inaugural International Conference on Compassionate, 2012
  • Using syringe drivers in palliative care: capturing the experience of patients, carers and community nurses: 15th International Cancer Care Nurse Conference Singapore, 2008
  • Developing global citizenship in nursing nurses: HEREN conference, 2012
  • Innovation in assessment and feedback: Enhancing the student experience International Conference on Research Education and Science Turkey 2015
  • Learning through simulation: Is this applied in practice? Clinical Skills Network Edinburgh, 2010

 

Advisory panels and expert committees/witness

  • British Society of Gerontology (Scotland)
  • Member of the multi-professional Scottish Clinical Skills Network

 

Invited Speaker

  • Students influencing curriculum design in terms of assessment and feedback:A case study
  • Enhancing the student experience through innovation in assessment and feedback: Core paper: NET Conference Churchill Collage Cambridge, 2014
  • Embedding compassionate caring elements into an UG nursing module: International symposium for Compassionate Greenwich Care, 2011

 

Reviewing

  • Journal of Advanced Nursing
  • Nurse Education in Practice

 

Media Activity

  • newspaper article: SOLUTION project

 

Editorial Activity

  • Member of the Editorial Board for The Journal of Compassionate Healthcare