Reflections on a cooking project to support year one student transitions to university In June 2019 Queen Margaret University (QMU) and Cyrenians, a third sector organisation based in Leith, will celebrate the third anniversary of their partnership agreement. This relationship has been an important catalyst for stimulating new research and teaching linkages and scholarly work … Continue reading A Recipe for Success!
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
In most of the workplace culture projects I'm involved with, the concern or challenge about everyday language usually crops up. Often the starting conversation tends to be along the lines of a team feeling their language is person-centred or it doesn't really matter - and what's said isn't how the team 'really' feel or think. In … Continue reading Does the every day language we use matter?
I wrote this for one of our ICoP partners, (Christoph van Dach) and the Solothurn Hospital (Switzerland) blog today, so I thought I would share it here too: Recently, I’ve been thinking about how do I as a person-centred researcher/culture developer know when a person or a team is ready to start exploring person-centredness/culture ? … Continue reading Ready enough?