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Ms Alison James

jamesa23@lsbu.ac.uk

Adult Nursing

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I am the Course Director for PGdip/MSc Adult Nursing programme at LSBU. I joined LSBU in February 2019, having previously worked at Buckinghamshire New University for 6 years. I graduated as a Comprehensive Registered Nurse from Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia.

I have clinical nursing experience in Australia and also the UK, specialising in General paediatrics and Adult Nursing.

I am a NMC Registered Nurse Teacher and a Fellow with the HEA.

I am currently a link lecturer for UCLH.

My main research interests are preceptorship and COVID.

I completed my Masters degree at Kings College London Education for Healthcare professionals in 2014. My thesis on Preceptors' experience supporting Postgraduate Diploma Newly Qualified Nurses: An Interpretive Phenomenological Study.

I am an External Examiner for School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queens University, Belfast.

In 2020 I was appointed as a research assistant on Rehabilitation and recovery following critical illness related to COVID-19.

I am currently awaiting two publications relating to this research.

Other publications:

James A (2014) Mini-review: Does listening to music reduce pre-operative anxiety in adult nurses. British Journal of Anaesthetic and Recovery Nursing, Vol 15 (2), 9-12.

Courses taught

Adult Nursing - PgDip/MSc

Masters in Education for Healthcare Professionals

Kings College, London

2012
2014

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Patients’ perspectives of recovery after COVID-19 critical illness; an interview study
Bench, S., Thomas, N. and James, A. (2022). Patients’ perspectives of recovery after COVID-19 critical illness; an interview study. Nursing in Critical Care. https://doi.org/10.1111/nicc.12867

Implementing Inclusive Teaching and Learning in UK Higher Education – Utilising Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a Route to Excellence
Martin, N, Wray, M, James, A, Draffan, EA, Krupa, J and Turner, P (2019). Implementing Inclusive Teaching and Learning in UK Higher Education – Utilising Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a Route to Excellence. Society for Research into Higher Education.

Inclusive teaching and learning: what's next?
Draffan, E, James, A and Martin, N (2017). Inclusive teaching and learning: what's next? Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education. 9 (1), pp. 23-34.