Mrs Kim Young
Profiles

Mrs Kim Young

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer)

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health & 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

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

Module Leader for Consultation Skills modules HEAC 323 and HEAC 325

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