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Department of Nursing and Midwifery
We are based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, which is one of the most remote and rural regions of the United Kingdom.
Academic staff include nurses, midwives and behavioural scientists at the Inverness and Stornoway campuses. We conduct research to improve health and wellbeing in remote and rural regions that has international significance and spans urban populations. Health and wellbeing is defined broadly to include functional, emotional and social health and our research expertise includes:
- Health promotion and disease prevention
- Active health
- Health and social care interventions and evaluation
- Improvement science
- Nurse education
- Social and community aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic
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Neil J Angus
- Department of Nursing and Midwifery - Senior Lecturer
Person: Academic Research Active19992021
- Department of Nursing and Midwifery - Assistant Head of Nursing and Midwifery
- Department of Nursing and Midwifery - Lecturer
Person: Academic Research Active20062022
Exploring malnutrition in later life in the Western Isles of Scotland
Crabtree, D. R., Carolan, C. & Johnstone, A. M.
1/02/23 → 30/04/23
MRes project evaluating the impact of the sportscotland Highlands & Islands Performance Development Programme using survey-based research and interviews.
Crabtree, D. R., Gorely, T. & Pitkethly, A.
1/10/22 → 1/10/24
MANUP: Exploring Male Attitudes towards Nursing as a Profession
Cameron, M. & Thomas, S.
18/04/22 → 17/04/23
An experimental COVID-19 messaging study in a representative sample of the Scottish population: Increasing physical distancing intentions through self-efficacyden Daas, C., Johnston, M., Hubbard, G. & Dixon, D., 1 Nov 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: British Journal of Health Psychology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
Assessment framework for prescribing: lower limb skin tearsGould, J. & Bain, H., 2022, In: Journal of Community Nursing. 36, 4, p. 42-49 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Barriers and facilitators to implementation of non-medical independent prescribing in primary care in the UK: a qualitative systematic reviewEdwards, J., Coward, M. & Carey, N., 8 Jun 2022, In: BMJ open. 12, 6, 17 p., e052227.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile51 Downloads (Pure)
Covid-19 dementia education for care home workers
Leah Macaden (Member)24 Mar 2021
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation
Good things come in threes...
Marie Cameron (Speaker)9 Feb 2019
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition
Not just a nurse: the science of nursing
Marie Cameron (Speaker)3 May 2019
Activity: Other › Types of Public engagement and outreach - Public lecture/debate/seminar
Exploring the Role of Health Literacy in Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Mixed Methods ApproachAuthor: Walters, C., 14 Feb 2022
Supervisor: Gorely, T. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy (awarded by UHI)File