Areas of Expertise: Health care ethics and education
Hilary’s interests are in medical and healthcare education and medical and healthcare ethics.
Hilary forwards that the best education stems for the values of the educator, and it is part of being a professional to be cognizant of their values in relation to their professional practice. Her work covers aspects of learning, curriculum design, and developing ethics and values as central in the educational process.
Hilary would be pleased to consider supervising doctoral students with the following research interests/topics:
Recent and current doctoral supervision as first supervisor:
Wiles, Bahal, Engward and Papanikitas, 2016. Ethics in the interface between multi disciplinary teams: a narrative in stages for interprofessional education. London Journal of Primary Care. DOI: 10.1080/17571472.2016.1244892
Engward, H., 2014. Reflexivity in grounded theory. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Engward, H., 2013. Understanding grounded theory. Nursing Standard, 28(7), pp37-41.
Engward, H., 2012. Research Methodology: A Step by Step Guide for Beginners. Nurse Researcher, 19(3), p45.
Engward, H., 2017. Veterans and the ethics of reciprocity in UK primary healthcare. In. A. Papanikitas and J. Spicer. 2016. Ethics in Primary Care. In press.
Engward, H., 2017. Interprofessional ethics in the primary care setting In. A. Papanikitas and J. Spicer. 2016. Ethics in Primary Care. In press.
Engward, H., 2017. Ethics at the beginning and end of life. In Understanding Ethics for Nurses. Ellis, P. 2nd Ed. Chapter 8.
Engward, H., 2017. Contemporary Challenges in Ethics for Nurses. In Understanding Ethics for Nurses. Ellis, P. 2nd Ed. Chapter 8.
2017: Royal Society Medicine.
2016: International Association Bioethics, Edinburgh.
2016: Everyday Ethics, Royal College of Nursing.
2015: Everyday Ethics, Royal College of Nursing.
2012: International Association Bioethics (IAB), Rotterdam.
2011: Grounded Theory Institute, San Francisco.
2010: International Association Bioethics (IAB), Singapore.