Kate Cuthbert

Nottingham, UK

Publications

  • Demystifying APL
  • Giving credit where credit is due
  • Commentary: Peer assessment: a missing link between teaching and learning? A review of the literature.
  • Commentary: Toward a model of psychological health empowerment: implications for health care in multicultural communities
  • To Russia with Love: Beginning to Explore Health Value in the CIS.
  • Empowerment in Nursing: The role of philosophical and psychological factors.
  • Breaking Bad News during Pregnancy and Early Life.
  • Improving your workplace before you get there
  • Curriculum Design Learnings from Product Design
  • The Concept of Empowerment Within a Mental Health Unit.
  • Health Systems And Health Policies In The CIS.
  • Psychological Dimensions Of Health In The CIS.
  • Lifestyle And Culture In The CIS
  • Cross-National And Comparative Analysis Of Health, Living Conditions and Lifestyle in 8 CIS-nations.
  • Comparative Analyses of Psychosocial Factors and Health and Lifestyle, Culture and Health.
  • Health Assessment Analysis in the CIS
  • Psychological Aspects of Living Conditions, Lifestyle and Health in the CIS
  • The Global Health Community: The role of the nurse practitioner
  • Empowering Care
  • Embracing learner leadership as a change agent for interprofessional learning in the UK
  • Going 4D: Embedding the Four Dimensional Framework for Curriculum Design.
  • Making Your Experience Count: The accreditation of learning in Zimbabwe.
  • Perceptions of Empowerment in Health Care Organisations
  • Analysing the Quantitative Data: Developing a Health Indices
  • Cross-national and Comparative Analysis of Health, Living Conditions and Lifestyle in 8 CIS-nations
  • Addressing the Soviet Legacy and Re-building an Effective Health System in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS): A Challenge for Nursing Leadership.
  • Locus of Control in CIS-nations
  • Shared Placements
  • From Small Acorns: Sharing New IPE Opportunities in Practice
  • Professional Habitus: The challenge of interprofessional education (IPE) in mental health
  • Beginning and Staying in Practice: Contextualising Chronic Illness Management as a New Model of Interprofessional Learning.
  • Chronic Illness Management: The IPL Imperative.
  • Capturing Experience: Academics as a community of users.
  • Contemporary Interprofessional Learning.
  • Interprofessional and Interagency Learning within Teacher Education
  • Interprofessional Partnerships for Child Protection.
  • Training the Trainers: an international perspective.
  • An Audit Of Service User Involvement: Lessons On Diversity In Health Care Programmes
  • Service Improvement Training; First Step of the Journey.
  • Human Factors and Healthcare
  • Preparing the next generation for patient safety
  • The Business Model for Practice, Pedagogy and Pocket
  • Pivoting professional recognition- a community approach
  • The PFHEA Deck
  • Communicating Impact and Value
  • NTU Fellowship Community Blog
  • Zip, Zap, Zine- The Plenary for the Hull Learning and Teaching Conference

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