Clinical Doctorate Programme Director (Doctor of Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Health Studies). The Programme is focussed on the clinical academic agenda and has 50 students currently. The Programme is designed for clinicians who wish to remain in practice while making a significant contribution to knowledge and the improvement of person focused care in their field of practice and beyond.
Teaching Group Lead
Supporting ten colleagues
Member of Faculty Research Committee
Clinical Acadmic Consultant NHS Forth Valley
This Honorary appointment demands engagement with the NHS and SGHD priorities and strategies – locally and nationally. The strong clinical academic focus includes - strategic development; operational issues; clinical leadership; care assurance and governance.
Clinical Doctorate module coordination: 'Contemporary Research and Theory' (NURPD01); 'Expert Practice’ (NURPD04); Empirical Research/Thesis
Contributions across Masters and BSc Nursing (Honours) programmes
Post graduate supervision
Seven Clinical Doctorate students;one PhD student
Personal Tutor to BSc students
Membership of Professional Organisations
International Network for Doctorate Education (INDEN)
Internatonal Professional Doctorate Network (IPDN)
Professional Practice, Education and Learning UK Special Interest Group for Practise Focussed Doctoral research
Cochrane Nursing Care Network
Related peer reviewed presentations:
Stoddart K M; Wallace A; Bugge C (2016) The incremental impact of Clinical Doctorate study and programme graduates on safe, effective and person centred care 5th International Conference on Professional Doctorates, Belfast
Stoddart K M; Bugge C (2012) The practice research imagination 3rd International Conference on Professional Doctorates, Florence
Dreher M; Stoddart K M; Fealy G; McNamara M; Bugge C; Cusson R A (2012) Framework towards global standards for the professional doctorate in nursing 3rd International Conference on Professional Doctorates, Florence
Stoddart K M; Bugge C (2011) The assessment of expert practice in a clinically focused doctoral programme 2nd International Conference on Professional Doctorates, Edinburgh
Member of the Enhancing Self Care Research Group
Patients’ and carers’ experience and person-centred care
Clinical academic working
Clinical leadership for patients
Expert professional practice
Models of service delivery
Smith A, Shepherd A, Stoddart K & Bugge C (2013) An action research study of the implementation of 'Leading better care' in the community. RCN 2013 Annual International Nursing Research Conference: Advancements in clinical leadership: Leading Better Care Symposium, 20.3.2013 - 22.3.2013, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Available from: http://www.rcn.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/511597/RCN_2013_research_-_Book_of_Abstracts.pdf
Stoddart K & Bugge C (2013) A Longitudinal study of hospital-based Senior Charge Nurses (SCNs). RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference 2013, 20.3.2013 - 22.3.2013, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Available from: http://www.rcn.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/511597/RCN_2013_research_-_Book_of_Abstracts.pdf
Shepherd A, Stoddart K & Bugge C (2012) Changing clinical leadership for senior charge nurses and midwives: A mixed methods study. RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference 2013, 20.3.2013 - 22.3.2013, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Stoddart K, Bugge C, Shepherd A & Farquharson B (2011) The experience of SCN/M in relation to the implementation of 'Leading Better Care' and their views about the impacts upon patient care, themselves and colleagues: Final Report to NHS Forth Valley: August 2011.
Cunningham N, Hubbard G & Stoddart K (2009) Employment following cancer diagnosis: A narrative summary of the evidence. Scottish Centre for Healthy Working Lives (SCHWL). Cancer Care Research Centre / University of Stirling.