Research Output per year
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 2003 → Jun 2005
Master of Science, University of Paisley
Sep 1996 → Nov 1999
Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), Glasgow Caledonian University
Sep 1991 → Jun 1991
Research output: Research › Web publication/site
Research output: Research › Commissioned report
Position Paper: The importance of including dementia in pre and post-qualifying curricula for health and social care professionalsSurr, C., Baillie, L., Jack-Waugh, A. & Brown, M. 8 Nov 2017 7 p.Higher Education Dementia Network
Research output: Research - peer-review › Other contribution
Scotland's National Dementia champions Programme: a national interdisciplinary programme preparing health and social care staff to be agents of changeMacRae, R., Waugh, A., Brown, M. & Sharp, B. 8 Feb 2017
Research output: Research - peer-review › Poster
Research output: Research - peer-review › Article