Department:School of Nursing & Midwifery
Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery
Judie Knowles is a registered nurse in adult nursing and an experienced NHS nurse manager with nurse researcher expertise. She is also an experienced higher education institution nurse educator and a current doctoral student.
Anglia Ruskin Research Online (ARRO) http://angliaruskin.openrepository.com/arro/handle/10540/295435
Research & Evidence Based Practice Group in Contact, Help, Advice and Information Network (CHAIN) http://chain.ulcc.ac.uk/chain/index.html
Scientific Publication Facts (PubFacts) http://www.pubfacts.com/author/Judie+Knowles
Judie trained at London’s Romford School of Nursing qualifying as a Registered General Nurse in 1990. She gained staffing experience in general medicine at Rush Green Hospital. She then led projects to start pre-admission services for Barking, Havering & Brentwood Health Authority, subsequently working as a Specialist Nurse.
Judie joined Havering Hospitals as a Nurse Manager before leading practice development projects pan Barking, Havering & Redbridge NHS Trust. She also project managed multi-professional research studies as the study centre co-ordinator and Senior Research Nurse. She became a Senior Lecturer at London South Bank University moving to Anglia Ruskin University in 2011.
Judie is a current student on the professional doctorate EdD programme (with a special focus on sustainability, equality and diversity) at the department of education, faculty of arts and human sciences at London South Bank University. She has full ethical approval for her registered research study and is waiting for her sabbatical from Anglia Ruskin University to complete this. She is also engaged in research for a study with Dr. Mendas ‘harnessing disABILITY project’ and the findings will be presented at Anglia Ruskin Universities 16th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference in 2015 and published in ARU’s Networks Issue 19.
Judie educates students from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Her pedagogical approaches include an evolving understanding that the individual learner’s social, economic and political experiences shape their values, beliefs, attitudes, behaviours, identity and thinking. She’s interested in how her teaching can better fit students’ learning needs for their academic success.
Shaw, S., and Knowles, J. (2014). ENGAGE 15th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference; Learning and Teaching Project Reports. Chelmsford, UK: Networks, Issue 18, Anglia Ruskin University. Online http://www.lta.anglia.ac.uk/networks.php
Knowles, J. M., and Gray, M. G. (2011). The experience of critiquing published research: Learning from the student and researcher perspective. Nurse Education in Practice. 11(6), p.390-4 doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2011.03.019.
Knowles, J. (2010). Establishing a sustainable nursing workforce. Nursing Management, 17(4), p.34-36.
Knowles, J. (2010). The Pulse of Beds 2 & 3 (p. 11) in Terry, L. M. (Ed.). Because we care: Poetry and values of health and social care. Rayleigh, NC: Lulu.
Shaw, S., and Knowles, J. (2014). An evaluation of videos to teach clinical skills to pre-registration student nurses. ENGAGE 15th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference; Presentation. Cambridge, UK: Anglia Ruskin University. Online: http://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play/2830
Knowles, J., and Whittaker, E. (2013). Pre-defibrillation basic life support VodCast. Chelmsford, UK: Anglia Ruskin University. Online: http://vimeopro.com/user13884592/module-1-videos/video/80190740