Dorothy is a Lecturer and her teaching interests are in the areas of student experience, scholarship and information literacy skills for student nurses, palliative care and solution focused brief therapy.
Violet is a lecturer in the area of Nursing and is involved in teaching of Medical Nursing, Surgical Nursing and The Arts and Humanities in Health and Social Care Context.
David is currently a lecturer at the school and his interests are in the areas of Health Improvement, Scottish Health Policy and Research Methodology.
As a former cancer rehabilitation nurse, Alison maintains her focus on living with cancer while focusing on the student learning experience and its translation to caring. Her current role with the school is Acting Programme Leader for the DipHEN/BN courses.
Nicola is a Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice at the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Laura is a Nursing Lecturer at the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
John is a Nursing Lecturer at the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Fiona is a Lecturer at the school and is currently involved in a research project investigating the use of digital footage of clinical simulation using Sim Man and its effect upon student perception of clinical performance post simulation.
Muriel is a lecturer in Adult Nursing, who teaches on both pre and post-registration programmes. Her interests include cardiology nursing, resuscitation, clinical skills and patient safety.
Teaching Fellow role - working across undergraduate curriculum to develop innovative and dynamic ways to deliver nurse education. Research area of expertise in haemoglobinopathy, Type 2 diabetes and bullying in schoolchildren. Input in the development and implementation of screening programmes for the haemoglobinopathies across Scotland.
Kevin is a Nursing Lecturer in the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Kate is a senior lecturer, a Learning Enhancement Co-ordinator and Higher Education Learning and Teaching professional consultant. Additionally, she is interested in clinical skills development and feedback using digital devices.
Carol is a Nursing Lecturer at the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Senior Lecturer Programme Leader for Student Management and Support, BN/BN (Hons) Programme.
Pamela is a Lecturer and Course Leader at the School of Nursing & Midwifery and outwith the university she is a member of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and The Education Institute of Scotland.
Jacqueline is a Nursing Lecturer at the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Una is a lecturer within the School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Jane is a Lecturer for both pre- and post-registration Nursing programmes and is currently developing a rolling programme for post-registration Renal Nursing across the UK. She is interested in clinical skills development and is also researching into the use of a Personal Response System for the undergraduate programme that is being developed for NET 2012.
Vanessa is an Adult Nursing (Critical Care) lecturer at the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Rachel is a lecturer for Adult Nursing, whose teaching interests include pain management, bereavement care and long-term condition management.
Lindsey is a Lecturer in the areas of Nursing and Practice Education. She is particularly interested in the use of IT within the curriculum in addition to general research, clinical practice and practice development.
Katrina is a lecturer in the area of adult nursing. Her recent projects include an investigation into post registration nursing students' experience of using patchwork text analysis as a method of assessment in online learning.
Caroline is a Senior Lecturer in the field of Clinical Skills Development currently engaged in evaluating the use of digital cameras to provide video footage to students of their clinical simulation.
Fiona is a Nursing Lecturer and a Practice Education Lecturer for community within NHS Grampian. Outwith the university, she is a Research Assistant at the Joanna Briggs Institute in Adelaide and a RCN Steward.