Personal profile

Overview

My current field of research is advanced or severe dementia and my methodology of choice is a qualitative case study approach.

Area of academic expertise - outline

Qualitaitve case study research; Interpretative phenomenology; descriptive qualitative research; interview techniques; non-particiant observation.

Target collaborative organisations

Alzheimer Scotland; NHS Education Scotland; Erskine Care.

Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange

Education in the field of dementia, in particular the fundamentals of care. Suicude prevention trainer in Asist and Safetalk. Postitive Approaches in Dementia trainer.

Desired research direction

Advanced and severe dementia; loneliness in old age; frailty.

Education / Academic qualification

Postgraduate Certificate, University of Paisley

Sep 2003Jun 2005

Master of Science, University of Paisley

Sep 1996Nov 1999

Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), Glasgow Caledonian University

Sep 1991Jun 1991

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Research Output 2012 2018

Past, Present and Future: Supporting Novice Researchers

Duffy, F. J. R. & Brown, M. 9 Jan 2018

Research output: ResearchWeb publication/site

Open Access
Research Personnel
Research
Blogging
School Nursing
School Health Services

Being Home: Housing and Dementia in Scotland (2017)

Brown, M., Tolson, S., Ritchie, L., Sharp, B., Syme, K., James, K. & Tolson, D. Jun 2017 Lanarkshire: University of the West of Scotland. 102 p.

Research output: ResearchCommissioned report

Open Access

Position Paper: The importance of including dementia in pre and post-qualifying curricula for health and social care professionals

Surr, C., Baillie, L., Jack-Waugh, A. & Brown, M. 8 Nov 2017 7 p.Higher Education Dementia Network

Research output: Research - peer-reviewOther contribution

Curriculum
Dementia
Delivery of Health Care
Posters
Scotland
Health Education
Dementia
Delivery of Health Care

Improving surgical outcomes for people with dementia

Loughlin, D. & Brown, M. 20 May 2015 In : Nursing Standard. 29, 38, p. 50-58 8 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Dementia
Delirium
Patient Care
Hospitalization
Population

Prizes

Lifetime Achievement Award

Margaret Brown (Recipient), 23 Sep 2016

Prize: National/international honour

Activities 2017 2017

  • 1 Oral presentation

Cancer and Palliative Care Conference

Brown, M. (Speaker)
14 Nov 2017

Activity: Oral presentation