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ViPER - Introducing a service to deliver restorative supervision for nursing students, to improve retention and raise the quality of student experiences. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Jennison, L., Walker, J., Credland, N., Dixon, P., & Dunn, R. (2024, April). ViPER - Introducing a service to deliver restorative supervision for nursing students, to improve retention and raise the quality of student experiences. Paper presented at RCN Education Forum National Conference and Exhibition 2024: Future Insights: Enabling professional practice in health and social care nursing education, York

Abstract ID 239: Introduction: Restorative Supervision (RS) is increasingly being delivered to post qualified healthcare staff, via the growth of the PNA role (NHS England,2023). The benefits of delivering this to pre-registration students in educa... Read More about ViPER - Introducing a service to deliver restorative supervision for nursing students, to improve retention and raise the quality of student experiences..

Institution level awarding gap metrics for identifying educational inequity: useful tools or reductive distractions? (2024)
Journal Article
Hubbard, K. (2024). Institution level awarding gap metrics for identifying educational inequity: useful tools or reductive distractions?. Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-024-01216-y

Equity is increasingly seen as a core value for Higher Education systems around the world. (In)equity is often measured through construction of achievement gaps, quantifying the relative outcomes of two populations of students. Institution-level gaps... Read More about Institution level awarding gap metrics for identifying educational inequity: useful tools or reductive distractions?.

Plant Biology Education: A Competency Based Vision for the Future (2024)
Journal Article
Hubbard, K. (in press). Plant Biology Education: A Competency Based Vision for the Future. Plants People Planet, https://doi.org/10.1002/ppp3.10503

Societal Impact Statement Plant biology is an essential discipline for addressing global challenges from food security to climate change. In order to achieve this, we need to educate plant biologists who can contribute to research, enterprise, polic... Read More about Plant Biology Education: A Competency Based Vision for the Future.

Developing undergraduate practical skills and independence with ‘at home practical kits’ (2024)
Journal Article
Hubbard, K., Henri, D., Scott, G., Snelling, H., & Roediger, E. (in press). Developing undergraduate practical skills and independence with ‘at home practical kits’. International journal of science education, https://doi.org/10.1080/09500693.2024.2311087

The Covid-19 pandemic posed significant challenges for practical teaching within the sciences. While many instructors adopted innovative alternatives to conventional practicals, many relied on digital approaches that did not give students hands-on ex... Read More about Developing undergraduate practical skills and independence with ‘at home practical kits’.

A Programme for Women achieving Excellence in Research (PoWER): theoretically informed intervention design and evaluation (2024)
Journal Article
Dyson, J., Westoby, C., Collins, T., Vakaj, E., Millman, C., Akinbobola, Y., …Cowdell, F. (in press). A Programme for Women achieving Excellence in Research (PoWER): theoretically informed intervention design and evaluation. International Journal for Academic Development, https://doi.org/10.1080/1360144X.2023.2293873

Academics in Higher Education are often expected both to teach and to research; this is a particular challenge for women both structurally and individually. Initiatives to address structural issues include AdvanceHE. Here, we focus on individual issu... Read More about A Programme for Women achieving Excellence in Research (PoWER): theoretically informed intervention design and evaluation.

Online Group Supervision as Pedagogy: A Qualitative Inquiry of Student Mental Health Nurses’ Discourses and Participation (2024)
Journal Article
Howard, V., & Peirson, J. (2024). Online Group Supervision as Pedagogy: A Qualitative Inquiry of Student Mental Health Nurses’ Discourses and Participation. Issues in mental health nursing, https://doi.org/10.1080/01612840.2023.2283507

This study explored online group clinical supervision participation, as a component of pre-registration education following mental health nursing students’ clinical placements. Clinical supervision has historically been valued as a supportive strateg... Read More about Online Group Supervision as Pedagogy: A Qualitative Inquiry of Student Mental Health Nurses’ Discourses and Participation.

Reimaging activism to save the planet: Using transdisciplinary and participatory methodologies to support collective youth action (2023)
Journal Article
Jones, L., Parsons, K. J., Halstead, F., & Wolstenholme, J. M. (2023). Reimaging activism to save the planet: Using transdisciplinary and participatory methodologies to support collective youth action. Children & society, https://doi.org/10.1111/chso.12819

This article offers new insights into the important role that transdisciplinary, participatory action research approaches offer young people as a safe space to ‘act’ on climate change and environmental degradation. Drawing upon methodological meta-re... Read More about Reimaging activism to save the planet: Using transdisciplinary and participatory methodologies to support collective youth action.

I am a scientist: Overcoming biased assumptions around diversity in science through explicit representation of scientists in lectures (2023)
Journal Article
Henri, D. C., Coates, K., & Hubbard, K. (2023). I am a scientist: Overcoming biased assumptions around diversity in science through explicit representation of scientists in lectures. PLoS ONE, 18(7), Article e0271010. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0271010

The lack of diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is a significant issue for the sector. Many organisations and educators have identified lack of representation of historically marginalised groups within teaching mater... Read More about I am a scientist: Overcoming biased assumptions around diversity in science through explicit representation of scientists in lectures.

The Mystery of the Giant Claw (2023)
Book
Parsons, K., & Hedgehunter Team. (2023). The Mystery of the Giant Claw. Elstronwick: Fantastic Books Publishing

The mystery of the giant claw is an illustrated children's adventure book by researchers Katie Parson and Josh Wolstenholme. Katie and her team were joined by a group of environmental activists named the HedgeHunters to create a series of children's... Read More about The Mystery of the Giant Claw.

Building a competence-based model for the academic development of programme leaders (2023)
Journal Article
Lawrence, J., Morrell, L. J., & Scott, G. W. (2023). Building a competence-based model for the academic development of programme leaders. International Journal for Academic Development, https://doi.org/10.1080/1360144X.2023.2166942

The programme leader is crucial to the success of a higher education provider’s educational portfolio. However, programme leader development is under-researched and is too often conceptualised in a negative way, as the solution to a problem. Here we... Read More about Building a competence-based model for the academic development of programme leaders.

#118. Co-creation of an educational event to support an integrated field approach, student collaboration and ongoing student growth within health care education (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Jennison, L., Combe, K., Jennison, L., Pattrick, K., Holden, G., Maile, C., & Morris, T. (2023, April). #118. Co-creation of an educational event to support an integrated field approach, student collaboration and ongoing student growth within health care education. Paper presented at RCN Education Forum National Conference & Exhibition 2023. Ambitions for change: Investing in the health and social care workforce for the future, Birmingham

The NMC Code and educational guidelines recommend nursing students work co-operatively and maintain communication with all fields of practice. Education programs should be designed to deliver learning that supports students and provides exposure ac... Read More about #118. Co-creation of an educational event to support an integrated field approach, student collaboration and ongoing student growth within health care education.

Professional nurse advocate standards for education and training programmes and modules (2023)
Report
(2023). Professional nurse advocate standards for education and training programmes and modules. Royal College of Nursing

Description: There has been extensive national uptake by education institutions and employer organisations to support, develop and implement the role of the professional nurse advocate (PNA). However, with various providers delivering PNA training... Read More about Professional nurse advocate standards for education and training programmes and modules.

Motivating Students to Learn How to Write Code Using a Gamified Programming Tutor (2023)
Journal Article
Gordon, N. A., & Grey, S. (2023). Motivating Students to Learn How to Write Code Using a Gamified Programming Tutor. Education Sciences, 13(3), Article 230. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci13030230

Engagement and retention are widely acknowledged problems in computer science and more general higher education. The need to develop programming skills is increasingly ubiquitous, but especially so in computer science where it is one of the core comp... Read More about Motivating Students to Learn How to Write Code Using a Gamified Programming Tutor.

Sustainable Language Training for Engineering Students: Integrating Resource-Efficiency into the Course Content through the Educational Process (2023)
Journal Article
Gordon, N., Kemerova, N., Bolsunovskaya, L., & Osipov, S. (2023). Sustainable Language Training for Engineering Students: Integrating Resource-Efficiency into the Course Content through the Educational Process. Education Sciences, 13(2), Article 176. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci13020176

The sustainable use of the Earth’s resources is recognized as increasingly important on a global scale, especially in relation to natural resource management, and is effectively addressed under the auspices of resource efficiency within engineering e... Read More about Sustainable Language Training for Engineering Students: Integrating Resource-Efficiency into the Course Content through the Educational Process.

Supporting Research Informed Teaching using a Mobile Application (2022)
Book Chapter
Connolly, C., Jones, S., Hall, A., & Procter, R. (2022). Supporting Research Informed Teaching using a Mobile Application. In E. Baumgartner, R. Kaplan-Rakowski, R. E. Ferdig, R. Hartshorne, & C. Mouza (Eds.), A Retrospective of Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic (195-199). USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

A repositioning of research within teacher education is vital to the profession. Supporting teachers becoming active agents and producers of research within their school settings, is pivotal to their professional development and the development of th... Read More about Supporting Research Informed Teaching using a Mobile Application.

Training teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic: using live video for observation of practicum (2022)
Journal Article
Dockerty, K. (2022). Training teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic: using live video for observation of practicum. Research on Education and Media, 14(2), 15-21. https://doi.org/10.2478/rem-2022-0017

This article provides a vignette to exemplify how the training of teachers in primary schools in England was adapted in one context during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the key challenges HEIs and Schools faced was how to continue to assess the pract... Read More about Training teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic: using live video for observation of practicum.

Linking sustainability and spirituality: a preliminary assessment in pursuit of a sustainable and ethically correct world (2022)
Journal Article
Leal Filho, W., Salvia, A. L., Ulluwishewa, R., Abubakar, I. R., Mifsud, M., LeVasseur, T. J., …Farrugia, E. (2022). Linking sustainability and spirituality: a preliminary assessment in pursuit of a sustainable and ethically correct world. Journal of cleaner production, 380, Article 135091. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2022.135091

The influence of humanity on the environment and the use of natural resources may be affected by spirituality, through awareness for developing a greater conscience about the implications of human actions and needs to adjust these in achieving sustai... Read More about Linking sustainability and spirituality: a preliminary assessment in pursuit of a sustainable and ethically correct world.

Utilising the Professional Standards Framework for teaching and supporting learning for strategic transformation (2022)
Report
(2022). Utilising the Professional Standards Framework for teaching and supporting learning for strategic transformation. AdvanceHE

This report and case studies from the 2021-22 Advance HE Collaborative Development Fund project, Utilising the Professional Standards Framework for teaching and supporting learning for strategic transformation, bring together studies from institution... Read More about Utilising the Professional Standards Framework for teaching and supporting learning for strategic transformation.