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Biography Fiona has been at RGU since 2000, in various roles. Currently a Teaching Excellence Fellow, she has been a Senior Lecturer in eLearning and Innovation, Course Leader for Postgraduate Certificate Learning, Teaching and Assessment (Nursing and Midwifery), Practice Education Lecturer for community areas, Teaching Fellow and Senior Fellow of the HEA. Her current role indicates she has led various digital projects such as Alternative Online Assessments during Covid-19, GradeMark (FeedBack Studio)with innovative QuickMark settings, developing bespoke ePortfolios, and developing an ECAT ( Electronic Clinical Assessment Tool) and currenty leading on the RGU Resilience project. Additionally, Fiona has a specialised interest in systematic reviewing and since 2005 has been a research fellow at the Joanna Briggs Institute in Adelaide. Professionally, her background has a strong grounding in community health having worked as a community nurse, midwife and health visitor. As a previous grief counsellor for CRUSE Bereavement Scotland, Fiona has a particular interest in the field of death, dying and bereavement and completed her PhD study exploring natural male grief in 2013. Since 2003, she has been a Union Steward with the RCN (Royal College of Nursing).
Research Interests Bereavement
Education and pedagogy
Digital health
Qualitative research
Resilient Communities
Teaching and Learning Education and pedagogy
Technology Enhanced Learning
Community Health
Digital Health and Digital Literacy
ResearcherID N-5830-2014
Scopus Author ID 26041237800