Rees, C., Morrison, J., Cleland, J. & Sholl, S. (2015, April). Workshop: Shaping the future of healthcare education research in Scotland through the development of five thematic networks. Presented at 5th National Scottish Medical Education Conference, Edinburgh, UK. (Unpublished)
Webster, B., Barr, O. & Jelfs, E. (2014, September). Innovation in teaching and learning in health higher education: a council of deans health survey. Presented at Nurse Education tomorrow 25th International Conference, Cambridge
No abstract available.
Parkin, I., Sholl, S. & Findlater, G. (2014, March). Seminar: Education and the Body Donor. Presented at In Memoriam, Royal Society of Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Nicol, J. (2013, December). Group Academic Supervision V Individual Draft Feedback. Presented at ENTER 2013 Conference - Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research, Edinburgh Napier University's Sighthill Campus, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Group Academic Supervision V Individual Draft Feedback
Hollins Martin, C. J. (2012). Special Edition: Innovative developments and debates for midwifery education in practice. Nurse Education in Practice, 12(5), (239-300). ISSN 14715953
Caroiline Hollins-Martin was guest editor of the special issue of Nurse Education in Practice titled "Innovative Developments and Debates for Midwifery Education in Practice".
King, L., Moody, J., Head, K. S. & Perry, P. 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. (Unpublished)
McCrossan, G. & Smith, F. C. "Even me": developing personal qualities and skills as leaders.. Presented at Inaugural International Compassionate Care, Edinburgh Napier University. (Unpublished)
Smith, S., Donaldson, J. H. & Waugh, A. Symposium: Integrating compassionate care within an undergraduate curriculum.. Presented at NET 2013: 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom. (Unpublished)
Pollock, C., Marie Rice, A., McMillan, A. & Veitch, L. (2016). How mentors use feedback on student performance to inform practice assessment in pre-registration nursing programmes in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Education for Scotland
This project was led by a team of academics from The Scottish Collaboration for the Enhancement of Pre-registration Nursing (SCEPRN). The project purpose was t...
Campbell, K. & Johnston, L. (2016). Technical Appendix 1. Scotland: Macmillan Cancer Support
Pollock, C., Rice, A. M. & McMillan, A. (2015). Mentors' and students' perspectives of feedback in practice assessment: a literature review. Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh: NHS Education for Scotland
This project aims to address the complex challenges in providing meaningful feedback to students in the
practice learning environment. A literature review will...
Smith, S. & Harkness, M. (2014). Evaluation of the Compassionate Connections Learning Resource: final report. Edinburgh: NHS Education for Scotland
Lewitt, M. S., Snowden, A. & Sheward, L. (2014). Developing and sustaining a culture of innovation in Health Higher Education literature review. Scotland: Higher Education Academy/ Council of Deans
This literature review set out to review the recent literature on cultures of innovation and summarise how they are developed, sustained and extended, including the associated...
Scott, J. A., Pollock, C., Conlon, M. M. M., Millar, L. & Pollard, M. (2013). Assessing the validity of a national assessors equivalency tool. Scotland: NHS Education for Scotland
This is the second stage of a project on ‘Due Regard’. Project one explored and investigated Due Regard in practice in Scotland. This second project evaluated a pilot of the e...
Crowley, M. A. A longitudinal study exploring student nurses’ perceptions of the impact of a simulated clinical environment on their clinical learning experience and transfer of learning. (Thesis)
Nurse education has evolved from an apprenticeship model to one with a graduate focus. However, numerous factors have resulted in less opportunity for students to practice cli...