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Mr Neil Angus

Senior Lecturer

Health Sciences (Highland & W.Isles) Stirling

Mr Neil Angus

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Clinical Career A highly experienced adult nurse with wide ranging clinical and managerial expertise gained in medical, cardiovascular and critical care specialities spanning an 18 year period. Academic Career Currently Senior Lecturer at the University of Stirling (Highland Campus) with experience of nurse education, research and academic management over a 15 year period. School Responsibilities:                                                                                                 BSc programme module co-ordinator NMH5AD (Care Pathways & Management); Cohort Lead 2011 undergraduate programme; Staff development committee External Academic Recognition:                                                                                Nurse Fellow of European Society of Cardiology; Fellow of the Higher Education Academy Professional Activities:                                                                                           Reviewer Journal of Advanced Nursing & British Journal of Cardiac Nursing; Editorial Board - British Journal of Cardiac Nursing; External Examiner of undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional education programmes in a range of UK universities; Member of the Education Committee of the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP) of the European Society of CardiologyMembership of Professional Organisations: Nursing & Midwifery Council University College Union Higher Education AcademyBritish Association of Critical Care Nurses European Society of Cardiology Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions Teaching: Bachelor of Science (Nursing) - Adult Field of Practice; Critical Care Nursing; Academic mentor to undergraduate nursing students; Clinical skills education

Event / Presentation

Home versus hospital cardiac rehabilitation: implications for patients in remote areas. NHS Highland Research and Development Conference 2010
NHS Highland

Cardiac Misconceptions in Hospital Staff: Addressing the Challenges in Cardiovascular Care. "Addressing the Challenges in Cardiovascular Care": 9th Annual Spring Meeting of the European Society of Cardiology Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP)…ges/welcome.aspx

The Organisation of Specialist Services in Rural Areas: Cardiac Rehabilitation. The International Council of Nurses 100th Anniversary Centennial Conference: "Symposium - The flexible provision of services and education for rural health care: challenges and opportunities"

Cardiac Misconceptions in Hospital Staff. British Cardiovascular Society Annual Scientific Conference 2008…e-14%20FINAL.pdf

Therapeutic commitment, role support and role competency in District Nurses who care for people with mental health problems who live in rural areas. Rural Communities in the Millennium Conference 2000

The focus and domain of clinical nursing in a rural, mental health context. School of Health and Social Science Seminar 1999

The Role of Education in Promoting Evidence Based Practice. Royal College of Nursing Critical Care Nursing Forum Conference: "Creativity in Critical Care - Dilemmas and Opportunities"

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