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Dr Elizabeth King

Dr Elizabeth King

kinge11@lsbu.ac.uk

Children's Nursing

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On qualification as a RN (Child), my clinical nursing career has included paediatric cardio-respiratory, oncology, infectious diseases, spinal and general nursing care in ward, HDU and PICU areas.

Through being a nurse academic for over 10 years, I have developed my skills of promoting evidence based nursing practice, curriculum development, quality assurance and programme leadership.

My current research interest, via my EdD studies, looks at supporting student nurses who require reasonable adjustments for clinical placement. This includes the publication of papers with globally unique content.

External Examiner at Kingston University

Associate Editor for the Journal of Child Health Care

Peer reviewer for Nursing Children & Young People and Nursing Management journals

Research consultancy for consent to paediatric cardiac surgery study at UCL (2019-2021)

Community COVID-19 vaccinator

MSc Advanced Practice (Education)

Kings College London

2009
2012
BSc (Hons) Children's Nursing

Kings College London

2002
2006
RN (Child)

University of Surrey

1997
2000

Associate editor
2021

Parental Refusal of Consent for their Child's Medical Treatment: An Ethical, Professional and Legal Dilemma
King L. (2013). Parental Refusal of Consent for their Child's Medical Treatment: An Ethical, Professional and Legal Dilemma. British Journal of Anaesthetic and Recovery Nursing. 14 (8), pp. 11-17.

Hub and spoke model for nursing student placements in the UK
Harrison-White, K and King, E. (2015). Hub and spoke model for nursing student placements in the UK. Nursing children and young people. 27 (2), pp. 24-29. https://doi.org/10.7748/ncyp.27.2.24.e547

Link lecturers' views on supporting student nurses who have a learning difficulty in clinical placement.
King, L. (2018). Link lecturers' views on supporting student nurses who have a learning difficulty in clinical placement. British Journal of Nursing. 27 (8), pp. 141-145. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2018.27.3.141

Exploring student nurses’ and their link lecturers’ experiences of reasonable adjustments in clinical placement
King, L. (2019). Exploring student nurses’ and their link lecturers’ experiences of reasonable adjustments in clinical placement. British Journal of Nursing. 28 (17), pp. 1130-1134. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjon.2019.28.17.1130

Factors contributing to parental ‘vaccine hesitancy’ for childhood immunisations.
Haroune, V and King, L. (2021). Factors contributing to parental ‘vaccine hesitancy’ for childhood immunisations. Nursing children and young people. 32 (4), pp. 20-25. https://doi.org/10.7748/ncyp.2020.e1269

Podcast- Support for students with a disability or impairment
King, L. (2021). Podcast- Support for students with a disability or impairment. Nursing Standard