Linda King

Linda King

Ms Linda King

Lecturer

Esteem

External Examining/Validations

  • NHS Lothian Delivering Better Care Leadership Programme
  • NHS Lothian – Foundation of Nursing Older People Collaborative module

 

Fellowships and Awards

  • Scottish Government Award for Practice Development
  • Dementia Champion - Scottish Government (Cohort 1)

 

Invited Speaker

  • The relationship between mentorship and compassionate care. International Conference: Leadership in compassionate Care – Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice, Edinburgh (2010). Other Author: W Watson
  • Compassion within the PDT role: An exploration of student and lecturer experiences and perceptions: NET2013 Conference, Cambridge (2013).
  • Delivering a Collaborative Module for Older people : RCN Older People’s Nursing Conference, Birmingham, 2014. Other author J Chambers.
  • Developing core leadership and managerial capability of newly appointed ward managers. International Conference: RCN Joint education Forums’ 1st International conference, Brighton (2007). Other Author: M Pilcher.
  • D to E grade progression: A programme to facilitate retention of nursing staff and support workforce development.(2006). 8th RCN Joint education Forums’ conference. Other Author: M Pilcher.
  • Exploring the relationship between leadership, caring and compassion.International Conference: Leadership in compassionate Care – Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice, Edinburgh (2010). Other Author: J Brodie.
  • Staff Feedback in Action within a School of Nursing: 3rd International Conference on Compassionate Care (2012). Other author: Liz Adamson
  • Symposium: Compassionate Care in Action: Meeting the Challenge of Complexity- Embedding leadership in compassionate care into undergraduate nursing and midwifery curricula: initial findings from an action research study. International conference: RCN R
  • Symposium: An evaluation of student and lecturer experience and understanding of the PDT role in terms of compassionate care: 2nd International Conference on Compassionate Care, Edinburgh (2011). Other authors: Janis Moody, Kev Head and Paddy Perry
  • Symposium: An evaluation of student and lecturer experience and understanding of the PDT role in terms of compassionate care: ENTER Conference, QMU, Edinburgh (2015). Other authors: Janis Moody, Kev Head, Mandy Gentleman, Paddy Perry.
  • An inter-professional approach to improving continence care: effective facilitation of evidence into practice. National Conference: 9th RCN Joint Education Forums’ conference. Partners in Practice, Blackpool (2008).
  • Promoting effective practice in continence assessment. NHS Lothian Conference 4th Best Practice Conference – Celebrating Success, recognising Achievement, Edinburgh (2006).

 

Reviewing

  • International Journal of Older People – Reviewer

 

Date


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Feedback in clinical practice: Enhancing the students’ experience through action research

Journal Article
Adamson, E., King, L., Foy, L., McLeod, M., Traynor, J., Watson, W., & Gray, M. (2018)
Feedback in clinical practice: Enhancing the students’ experience through action research. Nurse Education in Practice, 31, 48-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2018.04.012
Feedback to student nurses and midwives within clinical practice is known to be central to their learning and development. A study that focused on student experience of assess...

Utilisation of the senses framework to underpin the role of the personal development tutor (PDT) in undergraduate nursing programmes.

Presentation / Conference
Gentleman, M., Ross, J., Perry, P., King, L., & Head, K. S. (2015, November)
Utilisation of the senses framework to underpin the role of the personal development tutor (PDT) in undergraduate nursing programmes. Paper presented at ENTER Conference, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

The personal development tutor role: An exploration of student and lecturer experiences and perceptions of that relationship.

Journal Article
Ross, J., Head, K. S., King, L., Perry, P. M., & Smith, S. (2014)
The personal development tutor role: An exploration of student and lecturer experiences and perceptions of that relationship. Nurse Education Today, 34, 1207-1213. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2014.01.001
This exploratory study formed part of the Leadership in Compassionate Care Programme (LCCP) that considered embedding the principles of person-centred compassionate care withi...

Delivering a collaborative module for older people.

Presentation / Conference
King, L., & Chambers, J. (2014, January)
Delivering a collaborative module for older people. Paper presented at RCN Older People’s Nursing Conference,, Birmingham, UK

Clarifying misconceptions about compassionate care

Journal Article
Dewar, B., Adamson, E., Smith, S., Surfleet, J., & King, L. (2013)
Clarifying misconceptions about compassionate care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70, 1738-1747. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.12322
Aim To discuss the meaning of compassionate care as it applies to staff, patients and families in health and social care settings, its application to practice and how organiza...

Compassion within the PDT role: an exploration of student and lecturer experiences and perceptions.

Presentation / Conference
King, L., Moody, J., Head, K. S., & Perry, P. (2013, September)
Compassion within the PDT role: an exploration of student and lecturer experiences and perceptions. Paper presented at Net2013, Cambridge, UK

Leadership in Compassionate Care: Executive Summary- Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice.

Report
Adamson, E., Cook, F., Crowther, C., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gloag, A., …Waugh, A. (2012)
Leadership in Compassionate Care: Executive Summary- Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Lothian/Edinburgh Napier University
The Leadership in Compassionate Care Programme (LCCP) commenced in 2007 as a three year programme of work. Initial funding was received from a private benefactor and the two o...

Staff feedback in action within a School of Nursing.

Presentation / Conference
King, L., & Adamson, E. (2012, January)
Staff feedback in action within a School of Nursing. Paper presented at 3rd International Conference on Compassionate Care

Leadership in compassionate care programme: final report.

Report
Adamson, E., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gentleman, M., Gray, M., Horsburgh, D., …Waugh, A. (2011)
Leadership in compassionate care programme: final report. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Lothian/ Edinburgh Napier University
The Leadership in Compassionate Care programme is a collaborative venture between Edinburgh Napier University and NHS Lothian and is supported by a generous benefactor. The ai...

An evaluation of student and lecturer experience and understanding of the PDT role in terms of compassionate care.

Presentation / Conference
King, L., Moody, J., Head, K. S., & Perry, P. (2011, January)
An evaluation of student and lecturer experience and understanding of the PDT role in terms of compassionate care. Presented at 2nd International Conference on Compassionate Care, Edinburgh, Edinburgh