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Dr Michelle Beattie

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Health Sciences (Highland & W.Isles) Stirling

Dr Michelle Beattie

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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

Dissertation (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

2 - Certificate in Education

Action Research Feb 2004 – June 2004 Student Support Nov 2003 – Feb 2004 Teaching and Learning: Theory and Practice Sept 2003 – Nov 2003

BSc Hons Health and Social Care
The Open University

Critical 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

Diploma in Nursing and Health

- Life sciences, Psychology, Sociology, Ethics, Health & Communication

Event / Presentation

Quality Improvement Projects for All, at How to Rock the Boat and Stay in It. Helen Bevan Event

Learning by Doing: Students’ Experience of a Practicum. Learning and Teaching Conference

Supporting Successful Transition into Nurse Education and Nursing Practice: Sharing Lessons from a Pre-nursing Scholarship. International Nurse Education Conference

Building Quality Improvement Capacity and Capability: A Practicum for All. Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research (ENTER

Human Factors and Improving Patient Safety; QI for All.. National Scottish Medical Education Conference

Piloting the IHI Practicum in a Nursing Curriculum. International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare

Resilience and Quality Improvement. Reducing Harm, Improving Care; All Teach, All Learn.

Compassion or speed, which is a more accurate indicator of health care quality in the emergency department from the patients’ perspective?. NHS Highland Research Seminar

Piloting the IHI Practicum in a Nursing Curriculum: Where Are We At?. SABRE R&D Conference

How Do We Get Student Nurses to Do Quality Improvement? . Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research (ENTER): Inaugural Scottish Conference

How Do We Know We Are Improving? Evaluating Quality Improvement Education,. Academic Collaboration in Quality 2012, Health Improvement Scotland

Learning from Adverse Events. Reducing Harm, Improving Healthcare: Patients, Staff and Students

Embedding Quality and Safety Delivery into the Nursing Curriculum: Our Journey So Far. Healthcare Improvement Scotland: SPSP Faculty Engagement Event 2011
Healthcare Improvement Scotland

An integrated strategy for multi-professional education and training for procedural clinical skills. NHS Scotland Event 2009: "Working Together For A Healthier Scotland", SECC, Glasgow, 16-17 June 2009
NHS Scotland

TEaching Clinical Skills Trainers (TECST) – developing a faculty. AMEE 2006: Association for Medical Education in Europe Conference: Genoa, Italy, 14-18 September 2006

http://moodle.med.bg.ac.rs/…al_abstracts.pdf

The Multi-Professional Clinical Skills Project. Annual Scottish Clinical Skills Network Conference, 2005

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