British Council and Lifelong Learning Insitute in partnership with University of Dundee
Ensuring High Quality Healthcare through Education
A British Council 'Knowledge is GREAT' Lecture in conjunction with Lifelong Learning Institute's World Speaker Series
Professor Lynn Kilbride
Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Dundee
About the Lecture:
High quality education needs to; be research informed, enable critical thinking, innovative and evidence based and if it does not achieve this then the 100 billion dollars (US) that is spent annually on the education of healthcare professionals is wasted. This talk will discuss high quality education, its critical role in healthcare and society and debate how partnership working is needed to ensure that we optimise resource effectiveness in this area.
Timings and Location:
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About the Speaker:
Professor Lynn Kilbride is a nurse by background and believes passionately that nurses and midwives improve the lives of the people they engage with. This belief has been the basis of her academic and scholarly activity and is the foundation of all her working activities. Lynn has extensive experience of developing, delivering and quality assuring healthcare curricula at home and overseas and her expertise in this area has been recognised extensively by public and private organisations, throughout the world. Lynn’s research activity is centred around diabetes and neuro oncology, however she has published in other areas. Lynn holds a number of honorary and consultancy positions at home and overseas and is currently leading on Nursing regulation in Scotland.