Mrs Joanne McNaughton

Lecturer in Nursing

Health Sciences Stirling Pathfoot Building, Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Mrs Joanne McNaughton

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About me

Lecturer in Nursing at The University of Stirling
I undertook my initial nursing training at Oxford Brookes University in 2014 where I gained a 1st Class BSc (Hons). Following this I worked clinical in acute oncology and chemotherapy nursing settings. During this time I undertook modules in 'The Care of the person receiving chemotherapy' and 'Facilitating Workplace Learning' at Oxford Brookes University.

Since moving to Scotland I have worked in both Urology and chemotherapy settings before moving away from clinical practice to education.

Both clinically and academically I have a keen interest in oncology, haematology and equality and diversity.

Divisional / Faculty Contribution

Athena Swan
University of Stirling
Member of the Faculty Athena Swan Group

Other Project

UK Oncology Nursing Society Regional Champion
I am currently a UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS) regional champion for Scotland. UKONS is a UK based charity run by, and for cancer nurses. It's primary aim is to promote excellence in the cancer nurse workforce working at both regional and national levels.

Professional membership

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Higher Education Academy

Registered Adult Nurse
Nursing and Midwifery Council


I have a research interest in Oncology and Haematology nursing. Within this I have a particular interest in the lived experiences of, and issues facing the LGBTQIA+ populations.

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Gadsby EW, Brown C, Crawford C, Dale G, Duncan E, Galbraith L, Gold K, Hibberd C, McFarland A, McGlashan J, McInnes M, McNaughton J, Murray J, Teodorowski P & Thomson J (2023) Test, evidence, transition projects in Scotland: developing the evidence needed for transition of effective interventions in cancer care from innovation into mainstream practice. BMC Cancer, 23 (1).



I currently teach across the undergraduate nursing and paramedic science programmes.