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Using shared reading to promote a sense of community – between 30,000 students, 10,000 staff and over 400+ miles.

Presentation / Conference
Baverstock, A. & Webster-Henderson, B. (2017, July)
Using shared reading to promote a sense of community – between 30,000 students, 10,000 staff and over 400+ miles. Presented at HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight, University of Manchester
Pre-arrival shared reading is currently flavour-of-the-month, with many universities actively considering involvement. How to frame the activity can be more contentious – shou...

Can pre-arrival shared reading help student transition? A two university case study.

Presentation / Conference
Bavistock, A. & Webster-Henderson, B. (2017, June)
Can pre-arrival shared reading help student transition? A two university case study. Paper presented at 3rd international enhancement in higher education conference inspiring excellence - transforming the student experience, Glasgow
No abstract available.

The global challenges in nurse education.

Presentation / Conference
Webster-Henderson, B. (2017, May)
The global challenges in nurse education. Paper presented at Edinburgh Napier University 1st International Health Conference, Edinburgh Napier University
No abstract available.

A regional simulated patient programme to promote excellence in simulation-based education.

Presentation / Conference
Greene, L., Hellaby, M., Webster-Henderson, B., Tuttle, N., Nestel, D. & Gough., S. (2016, November)
A regional simulated patient programme to promote excellence in simulation-based education. Poster presented at Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare, Bristol
No abstract available.

Innovation in health higher education - report from a UK wide survey.

Presentation / Conference
Webster-Henderson, B. (2016, May)
Innovation in health higher education - report from a UK wide survey. Presented at Council of Deans of Health UK Annual Conference, Hexham, England

Courageous actions required to enable nurses to work in true health and wellbeing partnerships with peoples and community in a changing society.

Presentation / Conference
Webster-Henderson, B. (2016, April)
Courageous actions required to enable nurses to work in true health and wellbeing partnerships with peoples and community in a changing society. Presented at Maximising the nursing contribution to health and wellbeing in Scotland., Edinburgh Training & Conference Venue

Shaping the future workforce - a higher education perspective.

Presentation / Conference
Webster-Henderson, B. (2016, April)
Shaping the future workforce - a higher education perspective. Presented at Inaugural Meeting of Scottish Executive Directors of Nursing & Council of Deans of Health Scotland, Scotland
No abstract available.

Enhancing assessment and feedback: using TESTA (Transforming the Experience of Students through Assessment) as a catalyst for change.

Presentation / Conference
Adamson, E. & Webster-Henderson, B. (2016, April)
Enhancing assessment and feedback: using TESTA (Transforming the Experience of Students through Assessment) as a catalyst for change. Presented at SEDA Conference 2016, Carlton Hotel, Edinburgh
No abstract available.

"Rethinking regulation - do we need to".

Presentation / Conference
Webster, B. & Jelfs, E. (2015, November)
"Rethinking regulation - do we need to". Presented at 8th Annual Regulation Conference - Professional Regulation: Improving Quality and Safety in Health and Social Care, Glasgow
No abstract available.

The importance of clinical research and clinical academic careers in Scotland.

Presentation / Conference
Webster, B. (2015, October)
The importance of clinical research and clinical academic careers in Scotland. Presented at Scottish Government Inaugural Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Awards, Edinburgh
No abstract available.