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Engaging with feedback processes in workplace settings: using student expertise to co-create resources to foster first-year students’ feedback literacy development

Journal Article
Sambell, K., Brown, S., & Adamson, E. (2021)
Engaging with feedback processes in workplace settings: using student expertise to co-create resources to foster first-year students’ feedback literacy development. Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal, 3(2), 54-73
This paper reports outcomes from a pedagogic action research project conducted collaboratively with students. It focuses on co-constructed resources targeted on the developmen...

Framing the experiences of BME social work students within a narrative of Educating for a Culturally Diverse Workforce

Journal Article
Hillen, P., & Levy, S. (2015)
Framing the experiences of BME social work students within a narrative of Educating for a Culturally Diverse Workforce. Social Work Education, 34(7), 785-798. https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2015.1077215
The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) has noted that a higher percentage of black and minority ethnic (BME) students fail or take longer to complete their social work de...

Making work placements workfor Scotland's students and employers.

Presentation / Conference
Caddell, M. & Smith, S. (2011, March)
Making work placements workfor Scotland's students and employers. Presented at QAA Enhancement Themes Conference, 2011, Edinburgh

Attitudes towards caring for older people in Scotland, Sweden and the United States: Angela Kydd and colleagues compare data from three countries to assess what staff think about working in the specialty

Journal Article
Kydd, A., Touhy, T., Newman, D., Fagerberg, I., & Engstrom, G. (2014)
Attitudes towards caring for older people in Scotland, Sweden and the United States: Angela Kydd and colleagues compare data from three countries to assess what staff think about working in the specialty. Nursing Older People, 26(2), 33-40. https://doi.org/10.7748/nop2014.02.26.2.33.e547
Aim To explore the attitudes of nurses and nursing students in Scotland, Sweden and the US towards working with older people. Method This quantitative study used the 20-item M...

No Alarms and No Surprises

Presentation / Conference
Garden, C. (2019, June)
No Alarms and No Surprises. Presented at Learning and Teaching Conference, Edinburgh
In this presentation I will outline a number of case studies where I have learned from working with students from different learning backgrounds to develop my teaching ethos o...

Building resilience and future proofing events education

Presentation / Conference
Jaimangal-Jones, D., Jackson, C., & Robertson, M. (2021, July)
Building resilience and future proofing events education. Paper presented at AEME 2021 ‘Event Principles and Practice: a level playing field’, University of Brighton [Online]
This session explores issues surrounding the design and delivery of Event Management programmes, specifically those related to their resilience and futureproofing. It addresse...

Degree Apprentices’ Lockdown Survey: Reflections on working and studying from home

Conference Proceeding
Taylor-Smith, E., & Fabian, K. (2021)
Degree Apprentices’ Lockdown Survey: Reflections on working and studying from home. In SRHE International Conference on Research into Higher Education
During the first UK lockdown period, degree apprentices in two universities in Scotland were invited to complete a short qualitative survey with their reflections on starting...

Feasibility of EEG to monitor cognitive performance during venous cannulation: EEG Distracted Intravenous Access (E-DIVA)

Journal Article
Lowe, D. J., James, S. A., Lloyd, A., & Clegg, G. R. (2016)
Feasibility of EEG to monitor cognitive performance during venous cannulation: EEG Distracted Intravenous Access (E-DIVA). BMJ Simulation && Technology Enhanced Learning, 2(3), 68-72. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjstel-2015-000082
Background The feasibility study aims to evaluate the use of EEG in measuring workload during a simulated intravenous cannulation task. Cognitive workload is strongly linked t...

Making internships work for Scotland's students and third sector organisations. Mid-point review of third sector internships Scotland.

Report
Caddell, M. (2011)
Making internships work for Scotland's students and third sector organisations. Mid-point review of third sector internships Scotland. Edinburgh: Third Sector Internships Scotland (TSIS

Rethinking graduate attributes: understanding the learning journeys of part-time students in the Open University in Scotland.

Conference Proceeding
Caddell, M., & Cannell, P. (2012)
Rethinking graduate attributes: understanding the learning journeys of part-time students in the Open University in Scotland. In S. Oosthuizen, & B. Jones (Eds.), Part-Time study: the new paradigm for Higher Education?
Four in ten of Scotland’s university students study part time. But their voices and experience are often sidelined in debates about employability and graduate attributes. What...
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Nursing student classes evaluation

2015 - 2016
To deliver ABI training to the following Nursing cohorts: Mental Health; Midwifery: Adult: Learning Disabilities: Child (Students will be 2nd/3rd year students prior to practice placements). • Train...
Funder: NHS Lothian | Value: £3,943

Beach sand as potential resevoirs of antibiotic resistant hospital pathogens

2015 - 2015
Students into Work Vacation Studentship 2015
Funder: Society of Applied Microbiology | Value: £2,100

Nursing education: what can perspectives from the social sciences contribute

2015 - 2016
Nursing students care for people from very different backgrounds to their own both in placements during undergraduate training and throughout their careers. Caring for patients requires empathy: seein...
Funder: Economic and Social Research Council | Value: £4,743

Students into Work

2014 - 2014
Salmonella enterica is a leading cause of foodborne infection with a recent increase in the number of antibiotic resistant isolates. We propose a biotechnological approach to the development of novel ...
Funder: Society of Applied Microbiology | Value: £2,717

Investigation of STM3071 function in Salmonella

2015 - 2015
Students into Work Vacation Studentship 2015
Funder: Society of Applied Microbiology | Value: £2,681

Measuring activity of lytic proteins from bacteriophage infecting R. equi as a possible antimicrobial tool

2017 - 2017
SFAM students and graduates into work grant
Funder: Society of Applied Microbiology | Value: £2,500

Supporting Recovery Through Integration: What Works? What Doesn’t?

2017 - 2017
Integration of health and social care services is happening across the United Kingdom. Integrating services is important as it puts more focus on supporting the lives – not just the health – of indivi...
Funder: Economic and Social Research Council | Value: £703

Research Network to create Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre for Scottish Child and Family Law and Policy

2021 - 2023
Our Research Network will launch the unique Multi-Disciplinary Centre for Scottish Child and Family Law and Policy, building upon the successes and networking opportunities generated by our workshop s...
Funder: Royal Society of Edinburgh | Value: £19,500

Exploring Vaccine Hesitancy for Covid-19 amongst Healthcare Workers (Students): An Exploratory Study.

2021 - 2022
Aims and objectives: to explore vaccine ‘hesitancy’ amongst vaccine high priority focusing on health workers in Scotland. Specific objectives will seek to: • To explore vaccine hesitancy and confidenc...
Funder: Royal Society of Edinburgh | Value: £19,049