Mrs Louise McCallum
- Lecturer (Nursing & Health Care)
telephone: (0141) 330 2071
As a Lecturer (Adult Nursing) at the University of Glasgow, I am the Bachelor of Nursing Lead for year II. In addition, I teach on the Acute & Critical Care module on the MSc (Med Sci) Advanced Practice in Health Care.
Prior to this I worked as a lecturer at UWS on the BSc in Adult Nursing Programme, on the Postgraduate Acute and Critical Care course and MSc in Advancing Practice. I have a particular interest in clinical skills teaching and the use of high fidelity simulation to enhance student learning.
My clinical experiences are within critical care. I have worked in a variety of different intensive and critical care environments across the United Kingdom, including King’s College Hospital, University Hospital Birmingham (UHB) NHS Trust and Crosshouse Hospital.
- MSc in Health Sciences (Critical Care), University of Birmingham, 2005.
- Bachelor of Nursing, University of Glasgow, 1998.
- PGCert in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, UWS, 2012.
- N15 Principles of Hepatology & Liver Transplantation, University of Central England, 2003.
- ENB 100 General Intensive Care Course (Adult), Kings College London, 2001
- Resuscitation Council for UK - Advanced Life Support Provider, June 2013
- Paediatric Intermediate Life Support Provider, June 2015.
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Nursing & Midwifery Council Approved Teacher Preparation Programme.
- Nursing & Midwifery Council (Adult Nurse) with Specialist Practitioner Award
I am a PhD student at the University of Dundee. My PhD is a quantitative project investigating work-related stress and wellbeing in critical care nurses and the effect on patient safety. My interest in this area arises from work that I undertook as part of an MSc in Health Sciences at the University of Birmingham.
I have peer reviewed for Intensive & Critical Care Nursing Journal & British Journal of Nursing.
2015 - College of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing PhD Annual Student Symposium, 2nd Prize in non-lab based category for Research Poster on ‘Integrative Review of CCN Work-related Stress and Wellbeing Findings’ http://graduate.cmdn.dundee.ac.uk/annual-symposium-1
2014 - 2016 Selected to attend European Academy of Nursing Science Early Career Researchers Summer Schools on Complex Interventions in Health (3 year Programme) Summer 2013-16. Collaboration with nurse researchers/academics from over 20 European countries. Refer to http://european-academy-of-nursing-science.com/find-out-about-membership/ Publication of participation in group debate from Barcelona, 2015
2013 - Attended 3rd International ICU Workshop for Early Career Researchers, hosted by University of Turku, Finland. Collaborated with early career researchers & collection of International Senior Researchers in ICU Nursing. Publication listed below arose through collaboration - Peltonen et al (2015).
McCallum, L., Rattray, J., & Jones, M. (2016) Work-related Stress in Critical Care Nurses: An Integrative Review, at forthcoming 31st Annual BACCN Conference, Glasgow, on 20th September.
McCallum, L., Rattray, J., & Jones, M. (2016) Work-related Stress in Critical Care Nurses: Findings of an Integrative Review, at ‘What’s New in ICU 2016?’, in List of Abstracts http://www.ed.ac.uk/clinical-sciences/divisionpgdi/anaesthesia/events/what-s-new-in-icu-2016 University of Edinburgh, 3rd June.
McCallum, L., Rattray, J. & Jones, M. (2015) Work-Related Stress & Well-Being in Critical Care Nurses: Is there a Relationship with Patient Safety? PhD Plan, in UKCCRF List of Abstracts available at http://www.nwrag.com/ukccrf.html, 26th June.
Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.
- Work-related stress and wellbeing in crtical care nurses (CCNs): is there a relationship with patient safety
NHS Education for Scotland
2017 - 2018