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Biography Jill currently teaches across the pre-registration and post-graduate portfolio. She has experience in leading large core modules. Her teaching experience extends across different schools in the university. Jill has also successfully supervised students undertaking their master’s dissertation module.
As further education lead Jill works closely with college students engaged in a variety of courses across Scotland to assist in widening access to higher education for nursing, midwifery and paramedic practice both for stage 1 and advanced entry. This includes involvement in recruitment and selection across various organisations. As Deputy Director of My Home Life (MHL) Scotland core member, Jill has been involved in establishing MHL and will be facilitating sessions across a range of organisations in health and social care.
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Jill is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and is a recognized teacher on the Nursing and Midwifery Council register. Her teaching experience at RGU began in 2016. She was previously responsible for personal tutoring within the school and was awarded “personal tutor of the year 2022” at the University’s STAR awards. Prior to working with RGU Jill has experience in delivering education at a college and was an established Care Home Manager.
Research Interests Appreciative inquiry, action research & case study.
Care homes, care at home, quality interactions, older adult, safeguarding & culture.
Teaching and Learning Jill has taught across SCQF levels 7-11 in modules relating to nursing practice, research, quality improvement, management, leadership, long term conditions and inter-professional practice. Jill also supervises MSc students during their dissertation.
PhD Supervision Availability No