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Kate Goodhand
Title: Dr.
First Name: Kate
Surname: Goodhand
Position: Adult Lecturer
Telephone: +44 (0)1224 262965
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Kate leads the Return to Practice course for nurses which includes collaborative models with NHS Grampian, NHS Orkney, NHS Shetland, NHS Borders and NHS Lothian; as well as private health care organisations. Kate teaches on both pre-registration nursing and post registration courses.

Duties and Responsibilities

Kate is the School of Nursing and Midwifery coordinator for moving and handling and SIPCEP. She facilitates ALERT courses. Kate is a member of the internal review panel for the fellowship of the HEA and a committee member for the annual university staff teaching and learning conference. Kate is an internal panel member on three different School assessment boards within RGU.

Academic Background

  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
  • Post graduate Certificate (TLT) and (FE)
  • Masters in Nursing
  • Working towards Doctorate in Professional Practice.

Research Interests

  • Simulation and clinical skills development
  • Development of effective feedback

Current Research

ROBERTS, F. and GOODHAND, K., 2018. [in press]. Scottish healthcare students’ perceptions of an interprofessional ward simulation: an exploratory descriptive study. Nursing & Health Sciences.

Professional Memberships

  • Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy
  • Royal College of Nursing
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council (level 1 and NT)
  • Scottish Clinical Skills Network
  • Scottish Manual Handling Forum
  • Association Simulated Practice in Health Care

External / Professional Roles

Kate is a reviewer for NES: Cleanliness Champion Programme 2010-2011, Scottish Infection Prevention and Control Education Pathway reviewer (SIPCEP) 2016-2017. She regularly reviews articles for Nursing Education Today. Kate is an external examiner at the University of Cumbria and acts as external panel member on validation events.

Publications

ROBERTS, F. and GOODHAND, K., 2018. [in press]. Scottish healthcare students’ perceptions of an interprofessional ward simulation: an exploratory descriptive study. Nursing & Health Sciences.

HEYMAN, I., INNES, G. and GOODHAND, K., 2016. Collaborative Outcomes Learning Tool (COLT) – A multi-agency educational resource to support complex public protection understanding and practice. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 4(3).

GOODHAND, K. and EWEN, J., 2015. Assisting patients with their nutritional needs. In: C. DELVES-YATES, ed. Essentials of nursing practice. London: Sage Publications.[AD(1] 

REGAN, K., HARNEY, L., GOODHAND, K., STRATH, A. and VOSPER, H., 2014. Pharmacy simulation: a Scottish, student-led perspective. Accepted for special issue: Simulation in Pharmacy Education.

GOODHAND, K. and MONGER, E., 2014. Simulation: crafting your care. In: S. READING and B. WEBSTER, eds. Achieving competencies for nursing practice: a handbook for student nurses. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

WEBSTER, B., GOODHAND, K., HAITH, M. and UNWIN, R., 2012. The development of service users in the provision of verbal feedback to student nurses in a clinical simulation environment. Nurse Education Today, 32(2), pp. 133-138. 

GOODHAND, K., INNES, G., BAGULEY, F. and MORRISON, L., 2011. Making feedback work for you - responding to student needs and promoting engagement. [online]. Enhancement Themes. Available from: http://www.enhancementthemes.ac.uk/docs/etnewsletter/enhancement-themes-newsletter-march-2011.pdf


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Teaching Interests

  • Simulation and clinical skills development
  • Patient safety: numeracy and medicines management
  • Development of effective feedback

Conference Presentations

GOODHAND, K., ROBERTS, F., ADDISON, B., LENNIE, S. and WOOD, C., 2013. The experience, perceptions and attitudes of healthcare students undertaking an inter-professional ward simulation. A pilot study. ASPiH Annual Conference, Harrogate.

GOODHAND, K., ROBERTS, F., ADDISON, B., LENNIE, S. and WOOD, C., 2013. IPE ward simulation. 6th International Clinical Skills Conference, Prato, Italy.

GOODHAND, K., 2013. Inter-professional education for pre-registration health care professionals. 6th Annual Clinical Skills Conference, Bradford Royal.

JOSEPH, S., DIACK, H.L., GOODHAND, K., JOHNSON, N., MORSE, J. and MIFSUD, L., 2013. Preparing students for placement using interprofessional peer teaching. Enhancing Nursing Through Educational Research (ENTER) Conference. December 3rd 2013, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh.

DIACK, L., GOODHAND, K., JOHNSON, N., JOSEPH, S. and MORSE, J., 2012. Peer teaching of clinical skills: a presentation of a CSMEN-funded project. Research & Development Conference, 19th November 2012, Stirling University.

JOSEPH, S., DIACK, L., GOODHAND, K., JOHNSON, N., MORSE, J. and HAXTON, J., 2011. Enhancing students’ teaching skills for basic life support: an interprofessional approach. Scottish Clinical Skills Network Conference, September 2011, University of St. Andrews.

DIACK, L., GOODHAND, K., JOHNSON, N., JOSEPH, S. and MORSE, J., 2011. Peer teaching of clinical skills. Research and Development Conference, Scottish Clinical Skills Managed Educational Network, 18th March 2011, Stirling Infirmary.

GOODHAND, K. and HAITH, M., 2011. Volunteer patients’ feedback skills; their needs, and concerns: findings from a focus group.Scottish

Clinical Skills Network Conference. 15th & 16th September 2011, Dundee.

GOODHAND, K., HAITH, M., WEBSTER, B. and UNWIN, R., 2011. “I wish you were the nurse who had looked after my mother.” The voice of the volunteer patient: verbal face to face feedback to pre-registration nursing students. International Clinical Skills Conference. Prato, Italy.

GOODHAND, K. and LOGIE, F., 2010. Getting it right together: using volunteer patients to enhance communication skills. Scottish Clinical Skills Conference. Dundee.