Ruth Endacott

Academic profile

Professor Ruth Endacott

Honorary Professor
School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health)

The Global Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Ruth's work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

Goal 03: SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-beingGoal 04: SDG 4 - Quality EducationGoal 17: SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals

About Ruth

Project Lead, South West Clinical Schools Director, Plymouth University/Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital Clinical School

Supervised Research Degrees

Dr Margaret Fisher (University of Plymouth)                  

Engaging, enabling and embedding professionalism through scrutiny of practice in healthcare

Dr Shanaz Pasha (Birmingham City University)  

Exploration and Evaluation of Simulation Facilitators’ Experiences of Debriefing Undergraduate Inter-professional Healthcare Learners: A Mixed Methods Study

Dr Martina Fiori (University of Plymouth)        

Witnessing an attempt of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation: A phenomenological study exploring patients’ and healthcare professionals’ experiences

Dr Tristan Henderson (University of Plymouth)     

T he skills-maintenance, competence paradigm for the evolving role of a Paramedic

Dr Julie Benbenishty (University of Plymouth)     

Life and death in ICU: nursing care to smooth t ransitions for patients and families

Dr Kevin Hambridge (University of Plymouth)     

Student readiness to report needlestick injuries

Dr Sarah Tobin (University of Plymouth)         

An understanding of ‘compassion’ in the context of healthcare education

Dr Cliff Connell (Monash University)    

Escalating Deteriorating Patients’ Care in the Emergency Department: Characteristics and Safety Culture    

Dr Abigail Hall (University of Exeter) 

Physiotherapy for people with dementia who fracture their hip

Dr Alison James (University of Plymouth)

High Dependency Care provision in Obstetric Units remote from tertiary referral centres and factors influencing care escalation: A mixed methods study

Dr Frankie Dee (Oxford University)

How do nurses and doctors recognise when the dying phase begins?

Dr Nicole Stephen (University of Plymouth)       

E nd-of-life  discussions in non-malignant respiratory disease in  the United Kingdom and Canada

Dr Melissa Bloomer (Monash University)          

Registered Nurses’ recognition of and responsiveness to the dying patient in the acute hospital (non-palliative) ward

Dr Kaye Knight (La Trobe University)

What actions do nurses take when people telephone rural Victorian hospitals with unscheduled healthcare needs?

Dr Sally Smith (Brighton University)                  

Decision-making in acute care nursing with deteriorating patients

Dr Pary M Azize (University of Plymouth)

The impact of language on the assessment of pain in primary school age children

Dr Sharyn Ireland (La Trobe University)             

Optimizing the assessment and management of adult major trauma patients who are hypothermic

Dr Jan Berry (La Trobe University)                   

Caring for Families of the Critically Ill at Critical Junctures

Dr Joe Perry (La Trobe University)                    

Perceived impact of ICU nurses’ stress on patient care

Dr Maggie Doman (University of Plymouth)       

Exploring the provision of high dependency care in children’s wards

Dr Nikki Phillips (La Trobe University)               

Comparison of best practice and actual practice in administration of medicines via nasogastric tube

Dr Jan Pascal (La Trobe University)                  

The lived experience of cancer survival: Heideggerian perspectives.

Dr Margaret Grigg (University of Melbourne)     

The pathway from demand to supply: an evaluation of mental health triage programs in Melbourne, Australia

Dr Barry Lonergan (University of Exeter)           

The lived experience of women undergoing osteopathy for peri-menstrual back pain

Dr Caroline Williams (University of Brighton)      

Communication between nurses and intubated patients in intensive care

Contact Ruth

+44 1752 587488