Profile

Title: Ms
First Name: Fiona
Surname: Baguley
Position: Lecturer Community / Public Health and School Disability Contact
Telephone: +44 (0) 1224 262652
Email:
ORCID: ORCID Icon http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2024-1859

Fiona is employed as a lecturer at the University and delivers content in both undergraduate and post-graduate curriculums, with a focus on health and well-being for individuals, groups and communities.

As School Disability Contact she provides support in relation to recommendation in place for students to aid their University and learning experiences.  

Duties and Responsibilities

  • To create contemporary teaching and learning materials for students with differing learning styles and life experiences.
  • To support students in their university experience.
  • To meet the NMC and RCN standards for education and the University and School Strategies.

Academic Background

1988 Certificate in General Nursing with UK Registration in Nursing

1990 Certificate in District Nursing

1995 BSc Podiatry

1999 Certificate in Nurse Prescribing

2007 MSc Health Care, University of Aberdeen

2009 PG Cert Advanced Research Methods (module 1)

2011 PG Cert Higher Education, Teaching and Learning

2015 MSc Module Health promotion/ Public Health

2015 MSc Module Global Health

Research Interests

  • Education
  • Student experience
  • Public Health
  • Health and well-being

Current Research

Systemic literature review on "The experience and support needs of family members faced with a sudden adult death: a qualitative systematic review protocol."

Local evaluation “Establishing student communication trends and preferences”.

Professional Memberships

  • NMC
  • RCN

External / Professional Roles

External Examiner, UWS.

Publications

GOODHAND, K., INNES, G., BAGULEY, F. and MORRISON, L., 2011. ‘Making feedback work for you’ - responding to student needs and promoting engagement. [online]. Enhancement Themes. Available from: http://www.enhancementthemes.ac.uk/docs/etnewsletter/enhancement-themes-newsletter-march-2011.pdf

MACKENZIE, J., OGLE, A., MACDUFF, DR. C., BAGULEY, F., CAMERON, J., BRADLEY, P., ADAM, D., TAYLOR, DR. R. and Innes, G., 2010. Report. An evaluation of the introduction of the Robert Gordon University Student Review Record in three Scottish Schools of Nursing and Midwifery. Edinburgh: NHS Education for Scotland (NES).

MACKENZIE, J., OGLE, A., MACDUFF, DR. C., BAGULEY, F., CAMERON, J., BRADLEY, P., ADAM, D., TAYLOR, Dr. R. and INNES, G., 2010. Executive summary. An evaluation of the introduction of the Robert Gordon University Student Review Record in three Scottish Schools of Nursing and Midwifery. Edinburgh: NHS Education for Scotland (NES).

MACKIE, A., BAGULEY, F., GUTHRIE, C., JACKSON, C., KIRKPATRICK, P., LAING, A., O’BRIEN, S., TAYLOR, R. and WIMPENNY, P., 2012. Exploring clinical wisdom in nursing education. Nursing Ethics, 19(2), pp. 252-267.

BAGULEY, F., MACDUFF, C., TAYLOR, R. and MACKENZIE, J., 2012. Report. A structured evaluation of selection processes and related outcomes for pre-registration nursing in RGU. Edinburgh: NHS Education for Scotland (NES).

BAIN, H. and BAGULEY, F., 2012. The management of caseloads in district nursing services. Primary Health Care, 22(4), pp. 31-37  (Appendix).

BAGULEY, F., 2012. Carers: the keystone of communities and families. In: S. CHILTON, K. MELLING, A. CLARRIDGE and H. BAIN, eds. A textbook of community nursing. London: Hodder Arnold.

STRICKLAND, K. and BAGULEY, F., 2015. The role of the community nurse in contemporary care provision for people with Multiple Sclerosis. British Journal of Community Nursing, 20(1).

Media Coverage

BAIN, H., BAGULEY, F., COWIE, J., INNES, G. and LEARMONTH, M., 2013. Paper presentation. Transforming community nursing education through virtual community engagement. International Collaboration for Community Health Nursing Research. University of Edinburgh, 13-14 March.

BAGULEY, F., 2011. Poster. Making feedback work for you. NET Conference, Nottingham. July.

Teaching Interests

  • Community
  • Public Health
  • Global Health
  • Skills
  • ALERT