Lecturer in Nursing
11 Airlie Place, Dundee
+(44) 01382 388534
- Evaluation of the effects of an interprofessional ward simulation exercise on medical and nursing students' readiness for interprofessional learning
- Qualitative study exploring pre-registration nursing students self assessment and reflective summaries after 'breaking bad news' to simulated patients
- Qualitative study exploring 'are first year nursing and medical students ready for interprofessional learning?
Wider professional activities
- Curriculum Development with Social Work Faculty in joint teaching sessions
- Undertaking training for Childrens Panel
Interprofessional Education Clinical Skills Public Health & Primary Care Nursing.
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.