Mrs Kim Young
Profiles

Mrs Kim Young

Associate Professor (Education)

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)

Role

Adult Field Lead: February Cohorts

BSc [Hons] Nursing Programme

Qualifications

Registered Nurse Teacher (NMC)
Registered Nurse (Adult Nursing)
MSc Health Care (Exon)
PostGraduate Certificate in Education ( UoP)
Diploma In Higher Education (Nursing)

Professional membership

Royal College of Nursing
Fellow: Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Teaching interests

Lead for Wider Patient Engagement
Pre-registration nursing programmes
Health Assessment
Consultation Skills

First point contact care
Telephone Triage Assessment
Professional Issues ( Nursing)

Non-Medical Prescribing
Advancing Clinical Practice

Cardiology Nursing

Qualitative Research

Research interests

Qualitative Research
Quantitative Research

Other research

EPIC Research Team (student engagement and patient engagement)
Research - Phenomenological Study - Hospitalised patient experiences of awaiting cardiac sugery out of county
Research Sister post - RCT Clinical Outcomes Post MI - Heart Manual versus Hospital-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation

Grants & contracts

1998-2000 National Research Scholarship - Smith & Nephew to undertake MSc Research study - patient experience

Reports & invited lectures

2000 - National Conference speaker at National Working Group for CHD (regional member of CHD Partnership Collaborative)

Other academic activities

OSCE examiner to both pre-registration nursing and post basic programmes (Health Studies and Non-medical Prescribing, MSc, Partnership Module)