Bruce Harper-McDonald

bruce harper mcdonald

Bruce Harper-McDonald

Lecturer

Biography

Bruce’s pre-nursing career started working in finical services before commencing a career in nursing in 2004. Bruce graduated from Robert Gordon University with a Diploma in Adult Nursing. Since qualifying Bruce has gained extensive experience as an adult nurse, specialist practitioner district nurse, community practitioner nurse prescriber and advanced nurse practitioner. Bruce completed a post graduate MSc in Advanced District Nursing and gained accreditation with the Royal College of Nursing as an advanced nurse practitioner in 2016. Bruce has over 10 years nursing experience spanning several fields including: community health, public health, general and geriatric medicine. Prior to joining Edinburgh Napier University as a lecturer Bruce worked as a District Nurse Team Manager leading an integrated health and social care team. Recently in 2019 Bruce completed his Post Graduate Certificate in Learning Teaching and Assessment Practice, gaining fellowship with the Higher Education Academy. Bruce currently teaches on the undergraduate and postgraduate programme at Edinburgh Napier University.

Themes

Esteem

Fellowships and Awards

  • Finalist, Teaching Innovation of the Year, Student Nursing Times, 2019
  • Finalist, Post Graduate Student Nurse of the Year, Student Nursing Times, 2015

 

Media Activity

  • Guest speaker on Forth Radio for the Men in Nursing Campaign March 2019

 

Membership of Professional Body

  • Higher Education Academy, Teaching Fellow
  • Royal College of Nursing, Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council, Register Adult Nurse, Specialist Practitioner District Nurse. Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber and Nurse Teacher

 

Date


14 results

Celebrating Nursing Student Innovation and Creativity

Journal Article
Bastow, F., & Harper-McDonald, B. (2018)
Celebrating Nursing Student Innovation and Creativity. Edinburgh Napier University Teaching Fellows Journal, 6
No abstract available.

Service Evaluation: Exploration of District Nurses’ Experiences of Implementing a Caseload Profiling Tool to Caseloads in District Nursing

Thesis
Harper-McDonald, B. Service Evaluation: Exploration of District Nurses’ Experiences of Implementing a Caseload Profiling Tool to Caseloads in District Nursing. (Dissertation)
Robert Gordon University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1002245
No abstract available.

The District Nurse's role: Caseload Profiling, the journey from academia to effective practice implementation

Journal Article
Harper-Mcdonald, B., & Baguley, F. (2015)
The District Nurse's role: Caseload Profiling, the journey from academia to effective practice implementation. Communicare, 1(2),
This article looks at one student's journey in taking theory and applying it to practice by caseload profiling on practice placement and how this has subsequently led to pract...

The District Nurses role in reducing health inequalities: caseload profiling, the journey from academia to effective practice implementation

Presentation / Conference
Harper-McDonald, B., Bain, H., & Baguley, F. (2014, November)
The District Nurses role in reducing health inequalities: caseload profiling, the journey from academia to effective practice implementation. Paper presented at Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research (ENTER), Aberdeen
No abstract available.

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