Fiona Bastow

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Fiona Bastow

Lecturer in Nursing

Biography

Fiona is an experienced nurse and lecturer in adult nursing and is a member of the Cardiovascular Health Theme. She is committed to influencing nursing education in order to achieve high standards in teaching and assessment strategies within the contemporary education and clinical practice environment. Drawing on an extensive range of clinical and educational experience she has developed effective partnerships to deliver innovative evidence based education that supports students to meet the challenges of current nursing practice.

Fiona has developed, delivered and led high quality theory and practice modules in the adult nursing pre-registration curriculum and continuing professional development and continues to be involved in curriculum development and design. This includes theoretical, placement and skills based modules alongside supervision of dissertations, supporting and motivating students to achieve their full potential.

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Mad Bad Invisible - A Play About One Womans Experience of Dis-intergrated Care

Digital Artefact
Mahoney, C., Bastow, F., & Kyle, R. Mad Bad Invisible - A Play About One Womans Experience of Dis-intergrated Care. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFe1-FXWztQ#action=share]

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Mahoney, C., Bastow, F., & Kyle, R. Mad Bad Invisible - A Play About One Womans Experience of Dis-intergrated Care. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFe1-FXWztQ#action=share]

Dramatic Effect - enhancing nurse education through performance

Presentation / Conference
Mahoney, C., Bastow, F., & Harper-McDonald, B. (2019, September)
Dramatic Effect - enhancing nurse education through performance. Paper presented at RAISE Annual Conference, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Health and social care integration (HCI) is an important policy priority across the United Kingdom. HCI is a complex process, not least because it results in blurring and rede...

Empowering through authentic experience: dramatic digital, and improvement approaches to enhance learning.

Presentation / Conference
Harper-McDonald, B., Bastow, F., & Smart, A. (2019, September)
Empowering through authentic experience: dramatic digital, and improvement approaches to enhance learning. Presented at 30th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference
Paper 1 explores the impact of a theatrical production, based on a real story, aimed at enhancing student nurse understanding of the challenges individuals face in accessing s...

CRACKS - A Play about Navigating Health and Social Care Services with Dementia

Digital Artefact
Mahoney, C., Bastow, F., Harper-McDonald, B., & Kyle, R. CRACKS - A Play about Navigating Health and Social Care Services with Dementia. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6A57NJ9LS8&t=1223s]

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Mahoney, C., Bastow, F., Harper-McDonald, B., & Kyle, R. CRACKS - A Play about Navigating Health and Social Care Services with Dementia. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6A57NJ9LS8&t=1223s]

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.

Dramatic Effect: Enhancing Nurse Education Through Performance

Presentation / Conference
Hoyle, L., Bastow, F., Mahoney, C., Kyle, R., & Veitch, L. (2017, December)
Dramatic Effect: Enhancing Nurse Education Through Performance
Health and social care education programmes use the ‘professional world’ to enhance authentic learning. This real-word learning is one of the most powerful pedagogical experie...

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