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Ms Marie Cameron

Lecturer/Head of Undergraduate Nursing

Research

  • PhD research exploring the career preferences of student nurses in Scotland

Grants

  • NHS Highland RDI Endowment Fund (£3,000) for PhD research

Publications

  • Cameron, M. (2013) What students really want: preferred attributes of clinical skills sessions. NET2013 Conference. University of Cambridge, 3rd – 5th September.  Available: http://www.jillrogersassociates.co.uk/images/stories/NET_conf_pdfs/NET2013/Abstracts/Group2-Student_experience_abstracts.pdf [Accessed: 7 July 2016].
  • Cameron, M., 2007.  Nurse Prescribing of Antibiotics: the path of most resistance?  In: Transforming Healthcare Through Research, Education, and Technology.  Proceedings of the 8th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference.  7-9 November 2007.  Dublin: Trinity College. pp. 122-23.
  • Cameron, M., 2007.  Use of Accelerated Laboratory Evaluation by Extended nurse Prescribers: A tool to improve practice?  In: Transforming Healthcare Through Research, Education, and Technology.  Proceedings of the 8th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference.  7-9 November 2007.  Dublin: Trinity College. pp. 124-25.    
  • Cameron, M., Chrystal, D., Main, M. and Watson, L. 2004.  Communications and information technology (CIT): a tool to enhance nurse education.  In: Transforming Healthcare Through Research, Education, and Technology.  Proceedings of the 5th Annual International Research Conference.  3-5 November 2004.  Dublin: Trinity College.
  • Langston, A., McCallum, M., Cameron, M., Campbell, M.K., Ralston, S.H., 2003.  Experiences of consumer organisation involvement in a UK multicentre randomised controlled trial.  Controlled Clinical Trials, 24 (3s), pp. 155s-156s.
  • Langston, A., McCallum, M., Cameron, M., Campbell, M.K., Ralston, S.H.  An integrated approach to consumer involvement in a multicentre randomised controlled trial.  In: Improving outcomes through health technology assessment.  Proceedings of the International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care 19th Annual Meeting.  21-27 June 2003. ISTAHC. 

Qualifications

  • RGN
  • BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences
  • MSc Health Service & Public Health Research
  • PGCert Higher Education Learning & Teaching

Professional bodies

  • NMC - adult nurse and nurse teacher
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Responsibilities

  • Head of Undergraduate Nursing
  • Module Coordinator; theme lead for life sciences in nursing

Expertise

Teaching and Learning

  • Life sciences
  • nursing care
  • clinical skills
  • research methods

Research/scholarly

  • biomedical sciences in nursing
  • RCTs
  • student nurse career preferences (nursing workforce)