Fiona has a background in nursing, including a varied experience in general, sick children and as a specialist practitioner in general practice nursing. In 2001 she moved into nurse education at the University of Abertay as a clinical teaching fellow then subsequently as a nurse lecturer. In 2005 she developed her career and transferred into medical education at the University of Dundee where she currently works as a senior lecturer. She is a graduate of University of Abertay Dundee (1999) and University of Strathclyde (2001 MEd, 2009 EdD). Her research interests are in reflective practice, inter-professional education, professionalism, developing the doctor as a teacher, multi-cultural education.
Writing course experience: Fiona has run the course on writing scientific papers for a wide range of participants including medical students, academics and clinical staff. She believes the most important part of a course is its personal delivery.
Clients have included: NHS staff, intercalated degree programme, School of Nursing, Dundee.
Qualifications: EdD MEd BA FHEA RGN RSCN
'Fiona's course gave me the confidence to take a deep breath and start to write an article for publication which I have now heard has been accepted by the BMJ.'
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