Mrs Kim Young
Profiles

Mrs Kim Young

Associate Professor (Education)

School of Nursing and Midwifery (Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences)

Role

Wider Patient Engagement Lead: School of Nursing & Midwifery

Qualifications

Registered Nurse Teacher (NMC)
Registered Nurse (Adult Nursing)
MSc Health Care (Exon)
PostGraduate Certificate in Education ( UoP)
Diploma In Higher Education (Nursing)

Professional membership

Royal College of Nursing
Fellow: Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Teaching interests

Patient Engagement
Adult Nursing Subjects

Personal Tutor (Adult Nursing)

Clinical Placement Link Academic
Health Assessment
Clinical Consultation Skills

First point contact care
Telephone Triage / Assessment
Professional Issues ( Nursing)

Non-Medical Prescribing
Advancing Clinical Practice

Cardiology Nursing

Qualitative Research

Staff serving as external examiners

External examiner 2010 - 2014 Oxford Brookes University, Oxford

Research interests

E_Health Productivity in Cornwall (EPIC) Project
International collaboration project
Qualitative Research Projects
Quantitative Research Projects

Other research

EPIC Research Team (student engagement and patient engagement)
Research - Phenomenological Study - Hospitalised patient experiences of awaiting cardiac sugery out of county
Research Sister post - RCT Clinical Outcomes Post MI - Heart Manual versus Hospital-Based Cardiac Rehabilitation

Grants & contracts

1998-2000 National Research Scholarship - Smith & Nephew to undertake MSc Research study - patient experience

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Honey M, Young K & Cowls H 2019 'Virtual Student Collaboration: Connecting Student Health Professionals' Stud Health Technol Inform 264, 1935-1936 Author Site , DOI
Jones R, Young K, Munro J, Miller H, Brelsford S, Aronsson J, Goodman B & Peters J 2017 'Including the online feedback site, patient opinion, in the nursing curriculum: exploratory study' Nurse Education Today , DOI PEARL
Young K & Duggan L 2010 'Consulting with patients - part three' Journal of Community Nursing 24, (5)
Young K & Duggan L 2010 'Consulting with patients - part two' Journal of Community Nursing 24, (3)
Young K & Duggan L 2010 'Consulting with patients: The structure of history taking' Journal of Community Nursing 24, (2)
Young K & Franklin P 2009 'Effective consulting and historytaking skills for prescribing practice' British Journal of Nursing 18, (17) 1056-1061 , DOI

Reports & invited lectures

Jones R, Young K, Munro J et Al (2017) Including the online feedback site, patient opinion, in the nursing curriculum: An Exploratory Study. Nurse Education Today DOI: doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2017.07.002

 Young K, Munro J, Miller H, Brelsford S, Aronsson J, Goodman B, Peters J, and Jones R (2016) Patient Opinion in the Nursing Curriculum: Poster Publication

Young K, Jones R, Eardley H (2016) Linking Students to Patient Participation Groups in General Practice. Nursing Times, 112, 29 pp 14-17

 Morris J, Winfield L, Young K (2012) Registered Nurses’ Perceptions of the Discharge Planning Process for Adult Patients in an Acute Hospital. Journal of Nursing Education & Practice. Vol 2: No 1, pp 28-38

 Young K, Duggan L (2010) Consulting with patents – part 3. Journal of Community Nursing.24:5, 6-8

 Young K, Duggan L (2010) Consulting with patients – part 2.Journal of Community Nursing. 24:3,pp 35 -37

 Young K, Duggan L (2010) Consulting with patients: the structure of history-taking. Journal of Community Nursing. 24:2, pp30 - 32

 Young K, Duggan L and Franklin P (2009) Effective consulting and history-taking skills for prescribing practice. British Journal of Nursing, 18:17, pp1056-1061


Other academic activities

OSCE examiner to both pre-registration nursing and post basic programmes (Health Studies and Non-medical Prescribing, MSc, Partnership Module)