Dr Debbie Baldie Senior Nurse in Practice Development in NHS Tayside, Scotland with organisational responsibility for building capacity for practice development, person-centred culture transformation and nursing and midwifery research. Dr Baldie is also a post- doctoral researcher with Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Over the last few years I have found that my self-belief is my … Continue reading Being awarded an NRS fellowship
The QMU Edinburgh Honor Society of Nursing welcomed over 40 new members at it's Induction Ceremony held on 12th March 2019. Among the delegates were students from QMU BSc Hons Nursing programme, Nurse Leaders from NHS Lothian, QNIS and the QMUEHS Board of Directors. Hosted by QMUEHS President, Professor Jan DewingKey Note Speaker & QMUEHS … Continue reading Queen Margaret University Honor Society New Member Induction Ceremony
Our visit to Dublin: Yvonne Greig and Kath MacDonald tell their story Yvonne Greig Lecturer in Midwifery QMU Yvonne: The 26th February 2019 saw me getting on a plane and flying over to the Emerald Isle into the beautiful blue sky. It was with a little bit of trepidation that I boarded the flight alone … Continue reading Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland’s Nursing & Midwifery Conference
Chartering Ceremony 18 Oct 2019, 4pm - 6pm. Reserve your place now! Members & Guests of the Omega Xi are gathering to celebrate the creation of the very first Sigma Theta Tau international chapter in Scotland, only the third in the UK! A first for Nursing in Scotland! Queen Margaret University to form the first … Continue reading Omega Xi Chapter at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
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Maria MacKay Director of Clinical Learning / Senior Lecturer University of Wollongong How do students influence a ‘healthful’ relationship with their clinical supervisors in clinical practice? Authors: Alicia Congram, Sally-Anne Guymer , Louise Hoogenboom, Tanya King, Ionna McCarthy and Daniel Kostiainen All of the authors are students enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing at University … Continue reading Influencing a ‘healthful’ relationship with clinical supervisors in practice?
QMU's Dr Anne Williams reports from Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group Dr Anne Williams discusses her recent contributions to the Cross Party Working Group on Women's Health at the Scottish Parliament I was delighted to be part of the latest meeting of the Scottish Parliament's Cross Party Group on Women's Health. The topic was lipoedema and … Continue reading Women’s Health