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Iris Wilson

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20122012
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Personal profile

Overview

I am  Lecturer in mental health nursing on the BSc pre-registration Nursing Programme. I am also the Programme Lead for the pre-registration MSc Mental Health Nursing Programme as well as being the Admissions Officer for this programme. 

Area of academic expertise - outline

I currently supervise a number of students on the MSc programme for dissertation support.

 

Current research activities

I am currently undertaking the Doctor of Education Programme at Strathclyde University. My Doctorol studies aims to explore the intrinsic and extrinisc factors which contribute to the successful completeion of the accelerated MSc Nursing Programme. 

Target collaborative companies

NHS

NHS Education  for Scotland

Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange

I am Trainer for safeTalk, ASIST and Storm training, the suicide awareness, intervention and risk management taught on the nursing programmes.

I am also a trainer for Safe to Say, which is in rerlation to Adult survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.

I was involved in the delivery of training for staff as facilitators for Action Learning Sets.

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Research Output 2012 2012

Improving outcomes for psychoses through the use of psycho-education; preliminary findings

Walker, H., Connaughton, J., Wilson, I. & Martin, C., Dec 2012, In : Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 19, 10, p. 881-890 10 p.

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