Mrs Kim Young
Profiles

Mrs Kim Young

Honorary Associate Professor

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health)

Wider Patient Engagement Lead: School of Nursing & Midwifery

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

Patient Engagement
Adult Nursing Subjects

Personal Tutor (Adult Nursing)

Clinical Placement Link Academic
Health Assessment
Clinical Consultation Skills

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

Non-Medical Prescribing
Advancing Clinical Practice

Cardiology Nursing

Qualitative Research

Staff serving as external examiners

External examiner 2010 - 2014 Oxford Brookes University, Oxford

Research interests

E_Health Productivity in Cornwall (EPIC) Project
International collaboration project
Qualitative Research Projects
Quantitative Research Projects

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

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Honey M, Young K & Cowls H 2019 'Virtual Student Collaboration: Connecting Student Health Professionals' MEDINFO 2019: HEALTH AND WELLBEING E-NETWORKS FOR ALL 264, 1935-1936 Author Site , DOI
Jones R, Young K, Munro J, Miller H, Brelsford S, Aronsson J, Goodman B & Peters J 2017 'Including the online feedback site, patient opinion, in the nursing curriculum: exploratory study' Nurse Education Today , DOI Open access
Young K & Duggan L 2010 'Consulting with patients - part three' Journal of Community Nursing 24, (5)
Young K & Duggan L 2010 'Consulting with patients - part two' Journal of Community Nursing 24, (3)
Young K & Duggan L 2010 'Consulting with patients: The structure of history taking' Journal of Community Nursing 24, (2)
Young K, Duggan L & Franklin P 2009 'Effective consulting and history-taking skills for prescribing practice' Br J Nurs 18, (17) 1056-1061 Author Site , DOI

Reports & invited lectures

Jones R, Young K, Munro J et Al (2017) Including the online feedback site, patient opinion, in the nursing curriculum: An Exploratory Study. Nurse Education Today DOI: doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2017.07.002

 Young K, Munro J, Miller H, Brelsford S, Aronsson J, Goodman B, Peters J, and Jones R (2016) Patient Opinion in the Nursing Curriculum: Poster Publication

Young K, Jones R, Eardley H (2016) Linking Students to Patient Participation Groups in General Practice. Nursing Times, 112, 29 pp 14-17

 Morris J, Winfield L, Young K (2012) Registered Nurses’ Perceptions of the Discharge Planning Process for Adult Patients in an Acute Hospital. Journal of Nursing Education & Practice. Vol 2: No 1, pp 28-38

 Young K, Duggan L (2010) Consulting with patents – part 3. Journal of Community Nursing.24:5, 6-8

 Young K, Duggan L (2010) Consulting with patients – part 2.Journal of Community Nursing. 24:3,pp 35 -37

 Young K, Duggan L (2010) Consulting with patients: the structure of history-taking. Journal of Community Nursing. 24:2, pp30 - 32

 Young K, Duggan L and Franklin P (2009) Effective consulting and history-taking skills for prescribing practice. British Journal of Nursing, 18:17, pp1056-1061


Conferences organised

2019: Patient Experience Network National Awards finalist poster presentation: Embedding Wider Patient Engagement in the Nursing Curriculum

 2018: Page T, Jones R, Lloyd H, Williamson Young K, Carter R. 23-25 May 2018. Can Nursing Students Support Citizen Contacts to use the Internet for Health while gaining Person-Centred Skills? (Poster), International Conference for Integrated Care, Utrecht.

2018: Page T, Jones R, Lloyd H, Williamson G, Young K. 22 January 2018. Building upon ‘Digital Professionalism’ to support nursing students in their journey to becoming an e-nurse’. Shaping cultures: How should we train and sustain professionals to deliver 21st century healthcare? (Presentation), Collaboration for Healthcare Professions Educational Research (CHAPtER), University of Plymouth.

 2018: Page T, Jones R, Lloyd H, Williamson G, Young K, Carter R. 14 June 2018. Can nursing students become agents of change and support their local community in using the Internet for health as part of the nursing curriculum? (Presentation), Teaching and Learning Conference, University of Plymouth.

 2018: Page T, Jones R, Lloyd H, Williamson G, Young K, Carter R. 7 September 2018. Investigating the feasibility of nursing students supporting their local community in using the Internet for health as part of the nursing curriculum (Presentation),  Association of Chief Children's Nurses Conference (ACCN), London.

 2018: Power of the People: Making E-Health Work Conference. Co-presenter

2017: Care Opinion Network Conference. Presenter

2016: NHS England, Patients Association & Plymouth University: Patients & Students Working Together: Facilitator

2016: Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Education Forum International Conference & Exhibition: Key Speaker Young, K (2016) ‘Embedding Wider Patient Engagement into the Nursing Curriculum’ March 2016.

2016: NMC Revalidation Conference: Key Speaker

2016: Celebrating & Shaping the Future Direction of Nursing Conference - Key Speaker

2017 & 2016: Cornwall Mentorship Conferences - Key Speaker

2015: NHS England, Patients Association and Plymouth University Conference ‘Participation in Practice’ - Coordinator, Key Speaker, Facilitator


Other academic activities

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