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A cross-sectional study of discipline-based self-perceived digital literacy competencies of nursing students. (2023)
Journal Article
MARTZOUKOU, K., LUDERS, E.S., MAIR, J., KOSTAGIOLAS, P., JOHNSON, N., WORK, F. and FULTON, C. 2023. A cross-sectional study of discipline-based self-perceived digital literacy competencies of nursing students. Journal of advanced nursing [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.15801

This study offers an empirical exploration of self-assessed digital competencies of students, most of whom studied in nursing courses, using a discipline-based self-assessment survey tool. A range of digital competencies were explored: information an... Read More about A cross-sectional study of discipline-based self-perceived digital literacy competencies of nursing students..

Weathering the storm. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
WORK, F. and the RGU INSTITUTIONAL RESILIENCE PROJECT GROUP. 2022. Weathering the storm. Presented at the 2022 RGU annual learning and teaching conference (RGU LTC 2022): enhancing for impact, 21 October 2022, Aberdeen, UK.

Resilient Learning Communities is the 2020-2023 sector-wide QAA Enhancement theme (QAA 2020), with a specific aim to improve the student learning experience. QAA Enhancement themes involve institutions, staff and students working together to share pr... Read More about Weathering the storm..

Young people's expectations regarding their participation in the school nursing service. (2018)
Journal Article
FORKUO-MINKA, A., KENNEDY, C. and WORK, F. 2018. Young people's expectations regarding their participation in the school nursing service. British journal of school nursing [online], 13(6), pages 278-281. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12968/bjsn.2018.13.6.278

The school nursing service plays a crucial role to support young people to meet their health and wellbeing needs (e.g. personal and family illness, sexual health, puberty, and anxieties). Exploration of the experiences of young people regarding their... Read More about Young people's expectations regarding their participation in the school nursing service..

Strengthening maternity service user involvement in midwifery clinical skills education through co-design of a mobile app. (2018)
Thesis
GIBB, F. 2018. Strengthening maternity service user involvement in midwifery clinical skills education through co-design of a mobile app. Robert Gordon University, MRes thesis.

Background: Service user involvement in education has become fundamental in professional, statutory and regulatory bodies responsible for the education of health and social care professionals. Where there are various examples of service user involvem... Read More about Strengthening maternity service user involvement in midwifery clinical skills education through co-design of a mobile app..

The significance of personal learning environments (PLEs) in nursing education: extending current conceptualizations. (2016)
Journal Article
PATTERSON, C., STEPHENS, M. CHANG, V., PRICE, A.M., WORK, F., SNELGROVE-CLARKE, E. and HARADA, T. 2016. The significance of personal learning environments (PLEs) in nursing education: extending current conceptualizations. Nurse education today [online], 48, pages 99-105. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2016.09.010

Background - Personal learning environments (PLE) have been shown to be a critical part of how students negotiate and manage their own learning. Understandings of PLEs appear to be constrained by narrow definitions that focus primarily on technologic... Read More about The significance of personal learning environments (PLEs) in nursing education: extending current conceptualizations..