Ms. Maureen Campbell

Lecturer in Nursing

Address:

11 Airlie Place, Dundee

Phone Number:

+(44) 01382 388534

Email Address:

m.z.campbell@dundee.ac.uk

Biography

Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Employed in Higher Education since 2001

 CMDN Learning & Teaching Awards 2014/15. ‘MCC2 Module team. Innovation in Teaching 2015’.

 College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing Award, University of Dundee. ‘Innovation in Teaching 2012’

 University of Dundee Honorary Graduates Award for Teaching 2011-2012.

 Honorary Graduates Award for Innovative Teaching 2005.

Research

Podcasting for assessment guidance and feedback; student perspectives.

Podcasting for Feedback. An evaluation of undergraduate students nursing student’s use of podcasts for assessment feedback.

Qualitative study exploring 'Are first year nursing and medical students ready for interprofessional learning?

Qualitative study exploring pre-registration nursing students self-assessment and reflective summaries after 'breaking bad news' to simulated patients.

Evaluation of the effects of an interprofessional ward simulation exercise on medical and nursing students' readiness for interprofessional learning.

Wider professional activities

Partnership working with NHS Tayside to integrate ‘Teach Back’ and Health Literacy into the undergraduate nursing programme. This work is being recognised at NES and we are in the process of seeking funding to progress the innovative work being undertaken

Teaching

Teaching across undergraduate and post graduate curriculums.

Particular interest in asset based approach in healthcare and education.

Publications

McSWIGGAN, L., CAMPBBELL, M. (2017). Podcasts for assessment and feedback: a means of promoting self-efficacy among undergraduate nursing students?  Journal of Nursing Education.49, pp115-121.

M. CAMPBELL, DR M. THEMESSL-HUBER, L. MOLE & V. SCARLETT., (2007). Using Simulation to Prepare Students for Interprofessional Work in the Community.. Journal of Nursing Education July 2007, 46 (7), pp.340. (Read online). Syllabus Selections: Innovative learning activities.

L. MOLE, V. SCARLETT, M. CAMPBELL & M. THEMESSL-HUBER., (2006). Using a simulated chaotic home environment for preparing nursing and social work students for interdisciplinary care delivery in a Scottish context. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20(5), pp.561-563.

Conferences

McSWIGGAN, L., AND CAMPBELL, M. (2015). Conference presentation ‘Podcasting for assessment guidance and feedback: undergraduate students’ perspectives’. Enter Conference 2015, Queen Margaret University.

CAMPBELL, M. (2015). Conference workshop ‘to podcast or not to podcast?’ Teaching and Learning Symposium CMDM, Crieff Hydro.

CAMPBELL, M., AND HOWATSON, G. (2012). Poster Presentation ‘the sooner the better’: Podcasting for feedback. eAssessment Scotland 2012 Feeding Back, Forming the Future, University of Dundee.

HOWATSON, G., and CAMPBELL, M. (2012) Conference presentation ‘the sooner the better’: Podcasting for feedback. eLearning Symposium, University of Dundee. 

CAMPBELL, M. (2010). Poster Presentations: ‘IPE Initiatives ‘Patient Safety’’. St George’s University, London.

CAMPBELL, M. (2009).  ‘An exploration of pre-registration nursing student’s self-assessment and reflective summaries after ‘breaking difficult news’ to simulated patients’. Scottish Clinical Skills Network Conference, Glasgow University.

MCLAFFERTY, I., CAMPBELL, M. and HOGG, G. (2009). Poster Presentation: 'Evaluation of the effects of an IPWSE on medical and nursing students’ readiness for interprofessional learning'. General Medical Council visit to Clinical Skills Centre, Ninewells Campus, University of Dundee. 

CAMPBELL, M. (2009). Poster Presentation:  ‘Family Study’. General Medical Council visit to Clinical Skills Centre, Ninewells Campus, University of Dundee.

CAMPBELL, M. (2008). Conference papers and presentation ‘An exploration of pre-registration nursing student’s self-assessment and reflective summaries after ‘breaking difficult news’ to simulated patients’. NET 2008. University of Cambridge. 

CAMPBELL, M. (2008). Conference papers and presentation: ‘Are first year medical and nursing students ready for interprofessional learning?’ NET 2008. University of Cambridge. 

MCLAFFERTY, I., CAMPBELL, M., HOGG, G. and KER, J.  (2008). Conference papers and presentation: ‘Evaluation of the effects of an interprofessional ward simulation exercise on medical and nursing students’ readiness for interprofessional learning’. NET 2008 Conference, University of Cambridge. 

MCLEOD, R. and CAMPBELL, M. (2008). Poster Presentation: 'Student perceptions of interprofessional working in the context of bereavement using a simulated family’.  Faculty of Medicine Centre for Educational Scholarship, University of Glasgow. 

HOGG, G. and CAMPBELL, M. (2008). Poster Presentation: 'Student perceptions of interprofessional working in the context of bereavement using a simulated family’. Teaching and Training in Tayside Open Evening School of Medicine, University of Dundee.

HOGG, G. and CAMPBELL, M. (2007). Poster Presentation: ‘Introducing Interprofessional Clinical Skills Training: an Evaluation of the Dundee TeCST Course’.  NET 2007 Conference, University of Cambridge.

CAMPBELL, M. (2007). Conference Papers and Presentation: ‘Using a simulated chaotic home environment for preparing nursing and social work students for interdisciplinary care delivery in a community setting’. 10 out of 10 Celebrating Ten Years of Nursing & Midwifery Programme Delivery in Higher Education in Scotland. Edinburgh International Conference Centre.

CAMPBELL, M. and ORR, L. (2006). Conference Papers & Presentation: ‘Using a simulated chaotic home environment for preparing nursing and social work students for interdisciplinary care delivery in a community setting’. NET 2006 Conference, University of Durham.  Joint presentation of the above and 80% contribution to conference paper.

MCARTHUR, G. and CAMPBELL, M. (2004). Conference Papers & Presentation: ‘A primary care ‘work-based learning’ package for student nurses’. NET 2004 Conference, University of Durham. Joint presentation of the above and 40% contribution to the conference paper.