Dr Michelle Beattie

Dr Michelle Beattie

Lecturer

michelle.beattie@stir.ac.uk 01463 255622


Health Sciences (Highland & W.Isles) University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA United Kingdom

About me

My current research and educational interests are captured in the theme of health care quality improvement. My interest in improving health care quality has been built on a diverse clinical background in nursing, project management experience aiming to reduce error in clinical skills, and a co-ordinating role for safety, governance and risk within the NHS.

Education

  • 1 - MSc Advanced Practice, Nursing
    School of Nursing and Midwifery
    DescriptionDissertation (A2) Sept 2008 – April 2009 Critical Appraisal Skills for Practitioners Sept 2006 – Dec 2006 Leadership in Advanced Practice Feb 2006 – June 2006 Nursing Politics and Social Change Nov 2005 – Feb 2006 Risk and Accountability Sept 2005 - Nov 2005
    Type of educationMaster's degree (Postgraduate)
  • 2 - Certificate in Education
    DescriptionAction Research Feb 2004 – June 2004 Student Support Nov 2003 – Feb 2004 Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice Sept 2003 – Nov 2003
    Type of educationDiploma
  • BSc Hons Health and Social Care
    Health and Social Care
    DescriptionCritical Practice in Health and Social Care Feb 2000 – Oct 2000 - Professional development - Challenging practice - Working with changing structures - Evaluating research in health and social care - Using evidence in health and social care Promoting health: skills, perspectives and practice Feb 1998 – October 1998 - Exploring health promotion - Communicating and educating for health - Investigating health information - Evaluating health promotion - Evaluating community action
    Type of educationBachelor's degree
  • Diploma in Nursing and Health
    Description- Life sciences, Psychology, Sociology, Ethics, Health & Communication
    Type of educationDiploma

Event/Presentation

  • Helen Bevan Event
    School of Health Science
    Type of eventConference
    LocationStirling
  • Learning and Teaching Conference
    Type of eventConference
    LocationStirling
  • Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research (ENTER
    Type of eventConference
    LocationAberdeen
  • International Nurse Education Conference
    Type of eventConference
    LocationAmsterdam
  • National Scottish Medical Education Conference
    Type of eventConference
    LocationEdinburgh
  • Reducing Harm, Improving Care; All Teach, All Learn.
    Type of eventConference
    LocationStirling
  • NHS Highland Research Seminar
    Type of eventConference
    LocationInverness
  • SABRE R&D Conference
    Type of eventConference
    LocationInverness
  • International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare
    Type of eventConference
    LocationLondon
  • Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research (ENTER): Inaugural Scottish Conference
    School of Health Sciences
    Type of eventConference
    LocationUniversity of Stirling
  • Academic Collaboration in Quality 2012, Health Improvement Scotland
    University of West of Scotland
    Type of eventConference
  • Reducing Harm, Improving Healthcare: Patients, Staff and Students
    School of Health Sciences
    LocationHighland Campus
  • Healthcare Improvement Scotland: SPSP Faculty Engagement Event 2011
    Type of eventConference
    LocationScotland
  • NHS Scotland Event 2009: "Working Together For A Healthier Scotland", SECC, Glasgow, 16-17 June 2009
    Type of eventConference
    LocationGlasgow, UK
  • AMEE 2006: Association for Medical Education in Europe Conference: Genoa, Italy, 14-18 September 2006
    Type of eventConference
    LocationGenoa, Italy
    URLhttp://moodle.med.bg.ac.rs/…al_abstracts.pdf
  • Annual Scottish Clinical Skills Network Conference, 2005
    Robert Gordon University
    Type of eventConference
    LocationAberdeen, UK
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