Research Output per year
I am registered adult nurse and nurse teacher with a background mainly Accident and Emergency where I worked for 6 years. I have also worked as a staff nurse in Oncology and volunteered in different health settings abroad in Bolivia and South Africa. I joined the University of the West of Scotland in 2013 as a teaching fellow and am now working as a lecturer teaching on the BSc Adult Nursing Programme. I mainly teach in year 2 and am the site lead for different modules.
Desired research direction
My aim is to progress with my doctoral studies. I aim to complete in 2020 and publish from ongoing work.
Current research activities
I am currently involved with a multidisciplinary study on the impact of anxiety on enzyme function. Cortisol levels and immune cell responses in individuals with anxiety, pre and post cognitive behavioural therapy sessions will be analysed.
Area of academic expertise - outline
Nursing - Emergency Care, Resusciation, Family Witnessed Resuscitation, student experience
Advanced life Support Instructor, Resuscitation Council31 Jul 2007 → …
Enabling and Empowering the Future Workforce: Developing Knowledge and Confidence in Technology Enabled CareRae, S. & Gamble, G., 9 May 2019, 2nd National NMAHP Conference: Beyond Boundaries - Inspiring Change.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Research output: Contribution to conference › Presentation
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)