Dr Pauline Griffiths
Honorary Associate Professor
College of Human and Health Sciences
Telephone: (01792) 513521

My professional clinical background is as a nurse and I specialised in acute medicine and neurosurgery prior to working in Higher Education. I am now an honorary associate professor having retired in 2015. I continue to publish and engage in other scholarly activities. My research interests relate to emergency medicine, adverse drug events, transformational leadership, and the student experience.

Publications

  1. The effects of environmental factors in waiting rooms on anxiety among patients undergoing coronary angiography: a randomised control trial. International Journal of Nursing Practice
  2. & The assessment of safe nursing care: development and psychometric evaluation. Journal of Nursing Management 25(1), 22-36.
  3. & Psychometric properties of the Farsi version of Attitudes to Aging Questionnaire in Iranian older adults. Clinical Interventions in Aging Volume 12, 1531-1542.
  4. & Learning Situations in Nursing Education: A Concept Analysis. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice 32(1), 23-45.
  5. & Iranian nurses perspectives on assessment of safe care: an exploratory study. Journal of Nursing Management 24, 417-426.
  6. & Transformational leadership in nursing and medication safety education: a discussion paper. Journal of Nursing Management 24(7), 970-980.
  7. & Adverse Drug Reactions, Nursing and Policy: A Narrative Review. Annals of Nursing and Practice 3(3), 1050
  8. & The assessment of safe nursing care: development and psychometric evaluation. Journal of Nursing Management 25(1), 22-36.
  9. & The contribution of ethnography to understanding nursing work: a comparative review of three nursing ethnographies. Slovenian Nursing Review 48(1), 12-20.
  10. & The Paramedic’s Guide to Research: An Introduction.. Maidenhead: Mc Graw Hill.

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Administrative Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

  • External Examiner, Leeds University

    2012 - Present