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Dr Nicola Morrell-Scott

Dr Nicola Morrell-Scott

Telephone: 0151 231 4189

Biography

Nicola has worked as a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University since 2015. Prior to employment at LJMU Nicola has worked within other North West Universities in a variety of roles. Nicola's clinical experience is in critical care, where her specialties include cardiothoracic critical care, alongside general critical care. Nicola continues to maintain her clinical credibility through still working clinically in critical care. Nicola currently leads the post registration critical care courses.
Nicola successfully completed her PhD at Lancaster University in 2017 and her research interests include amongst other things, student experience, curriculum design, teaching and learning, preparation for professional practice and the links between nurse education and work within nursing for the 21st century.
Nicola is a member of the British Educational Research Association (BERA) and the Critical Care National Networks Nurse Leads (CC3N).
Nicola has been an accredited NWSEN facilitator since 2013.
Nicola was made a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2017.
Nicola is co-developer of the Nursing publishing toolkit. https://nursingpublishingtoolkit.ljmu.ac.uk/

Degrees

Lancaster University, UK, PhD
University of Chester, United Kingdom, MEd
Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BA (Hons)

Publications

Poster

Melia R, Morrell-Scott NE, Main N. 2018. A review of compliance with pain assessments within a UK ICU. Liverpool John Moores University, Education, Health and Community Research Conference

Journal article

Sheils R, Morrell-Scott NE. 2018. Prevention of Dehydration in Hospital Patients British Journal of Nursing, 27 :565-569 >DOI

Morrell-Scott NE. 2018. Using diaries to collect data in phenomenological research Nurse Researcher, 25 :26-29 >DOI

Ward C, Morrell-Scott NE. 2018. Overview of the incidence, early identification and management of sepsis Nursing Standard, 32 :41-46 >DOI

Elliott S, Morrell-Scott NE. 2017. Care of patients undergoing weaning from mechanical ventilation in critical care Nursing Standard, 32 >DOI

Morrell-Scott NE. 2017. The perceptions of acceptance by new academics to a Higher Education Institution Journal of Further and Higher Education, >DOI

Kudra A, Lees C, Morrell-Scott NE. 2017. Measuring carer burden in informal carers of patients with long-term conditions British Journal of Community Nursing, 22 :230-236 >DOI

Morrell NE, Herin M. 2015. Appropriate Assessment Strategy for Student Nurses: Practice and Theory? International Journal of Advanced Research in Business, 1 :8-12

Herin M, Morrell NE. 2015. Learning, Boundary Crossing and Activity Systems: The Case of the Foundation Degree at Restaurants Ltd International Journal of Advanced Research in Business, 1 :9-15

Herin M, Morrell NE. 2015. Oysters and APEL - Destined to be a delicacy? Evaluative Study of APEL Policy in Practice 2013 International Journal of Advanced Research in Business, 1 :2-8

Morrell NE, Ridgway V. 2015. Are final practice placement student nurses sufficiently prepared for placement? British Journal of Nursing, 23 :518-523

Davison B, Morrell N. 2014. Managing pulmonary aspiration in service users Learning Disability Practice, 17 :14-18 >DOI

Morrell N. 2014. Student life - The fun way to safe practice Nursing Standard, 28 :66-66 >DOI

Morrell N. 2012. Benefits of intensive insulin therapy in post-operative intensive care patients Nursing Standard, 27 :35-40 >DOI

Morrell N. 2010. Prone positioning in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome Nursing Standard, 24 :42-45 >DOI

Conference publication

Lees C, Morrell-Scott NE. 2017. The development of an online toolkit to assist staff and students to publish collaboratively. Higher Education Teaching Academy Annual Conference 2017- Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight- Health and Social Care strand.

Morrell-Scott NE, Lees C. 2017. Engaging students through cross faculty internships ‘Feel the fear, but do it anyway’. Higher Education Teaching Academy Annual Conference 2017- Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight- Health and Social Care strand.

Lees C, Morrell-Scott NE, Boardman D. 2017. The development of an online toolkit to assist staff and students to publish collaboratively. Liverpool John Moores University Teaching and Learning Conference

Morrell-Scott NE, Lees, C, Kudra A, Boardman D. 2017. Engaging students through cross faculty internships ‘Feel the fear, but do it anyway’. Liverpool John Moores University Teaching and Learning Conference

Morrell-Scott NE. 2016. Student nurse perceptions of the delivered curriculum within 21st century nursing education RCN International Nursing Research Conference and Exhibition

Morrell NE. 2015. Exploring 2nd year pre-registration student nurses perception of understanding nursing as practice and theory

Morrell NE. 2015. The use of electronic marking for OSCE RCN Educational conference

Morrell NE. 2015. Exploring 2nd year pre-registration student nurses perception of understanding nursing as practice and theory RCN Educational conference

Morrell NE. 2015. The use of electronic marking for OSCE assessments RCN Educational conference,

Morrell NE. 2014. Appropriate Assessment Strategy for Student Nurses: Practice and Theory? Dubai International Conference for Advanced Research in Business

Herin M, Morrell NE. 2014. Oysters and APEL - Destined to be a delicacy? Evaluative Study of APEL Policy in Practice 2013 Dubai International Conference for Advanced Research in Business

Herin M, Morrell NE. 2014. How does study for a degree impact on practice in the workplace: the Foundation Degree at FFC Restaurants? Dubai International Conference for Advanced Research in Business

Morrell NE. 2013. Are Pre-Registration Student Nurses prepared for final placement practice? Participants views on use of simulation ASPiH Inaugural Symposium

Morrell-Scott NE, Jones I, Lotto R, Kinsey L, Grant M, Papworth A, Muir A. Developing a sternal wound support device for those at risk of wound breakdown following cardiac surgery Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Education, Health and Community Research Conference

Engagement & Impact

Research Grants Awarded:

Liverpool John Moores University, Curriculum Enhancement Internship Project: The Nursing SPACE (Student Publishing And Creative Excellence) Academic Partnership- Phase 2, Dr Carolyn Lees, Grant value (£): 2000

Liverpool John Moores University, Curriculum Enhancement Internship Project: The Nursing SPACE (Student Publishing And Creative Excellence) Academic Partnership- Phase 1, Dr Carolyn Lees, Grant value (£): 4036

Liverpool John Moores University, Curriculum Enhancement Internship Project: Carer burden a review of the literature, Dr Carolyn Lees, Grant value (£): 2018