Category Archives: School of Health
Jacquie Ridge, PhD student in the School of Health, is presenting her Transfer Seminar on Wednesday, 3rd June at 9:30am – 11:30am. The seminar is entitled “Saving lives and saving money: investigating the professional identity of adult nursing” and will be held in Room 202, Kelmarsh, Park Campus. All welcome.
Seminar overview: Professional identity in adult nursing is a complex concept lacking clear definition. A struggle for recognition is occurring concurrently with dramatic changes within healthcare, its education, workforce and provision. By investigating construction and sustainability of professional identity in adult nursing with those currently undertaking their nurse education, this study offers an opportunity to discover an authentic way of knowing this evolving profession to inform its future development. Read the rest of this entry
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Submitted by Ruth Hughes-Rowlands
The Institute of Health and Wellbeing’s April research seminar is University College of Northern Jutlands’ Department of Nursing Research Strategy and Initiatives, presented by Jonna Froelich (University College of Northern Denmark).
Submitted by Sarah Neill
The School of Health are now recruiting to the next intake of their Masters in Clinical Research programme. This course is an exciting opportunity for nurses and allied health care professionals in clinical practice to develop their career as a clinical academic. It forms the masters step on the clinical academic pathway and as its focus is on clinically based research it is applicable to a wide range of clinical specialisms.
The next intake for this part time programme is in October 2015. Closing date for applications is Friday 29th May 2015 and interviews will be held on 16th, 17th and 18th June 2015. If you would like to explore this opportunity further please contact the course leader Associate Professor Sarah Neill by email on email@example.com or on 01604 892871.
Submitted by Dr Sarah Neill, School of Health
The University of Northampton’s Grounded Theory Forum has set some dates for forthcoming meetings. Please put these dates in your diary and contact Sarah Neill if you would like to attend. They are:
Tuesday 17th March 2015 from 1-3pm in Cottesbrooke room C212, Park campus.
Fiona Barchard leads a discussion on ‘Constructivist and constructionist approaches to grounded theory’. Fiona is a Prof Doc student using GT in her thesis module.
Thursday 18th June 2015 from 1-3pm in Cottesbrooke room C212.
Topic and speaker to be agreed
The University wide Grounded Theory Forum was started by Sarah with colleagues from Education and Social Sciences. The forum discusses GT approaches, challenges and developments and would interest those teaching grounded theory, researchers using grounded theory, including post docs and doctoral students.
Submitted by Ruth Hughes-Rowland.
Please note that this seminar will take place in Sulgrave S138.
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