Biography

I qualified as a Registered Nurse (Adult) in 1990 and worked in a variety of clinical settings including cardiology, intensive care, medicine and gastroenterology. In 1998 I completed a BSc (Hons) in Nursing Practice, followed by an MSc in Health Sciences in 2000 and then an MA in Higher Education in 2003. I joined the school of health sciences in 2001 as a lecturer, with a PhD studentship secondment running from 2007 to 2011. In 2012 I completed my PhD; a study exploring experiences of living with hepatitis C; the results of which have been published and disseminated at conferences nationally. Since 2012 I have been involved in numerous evaluative studies relating to practice learning, practice assessment, enquiry based learning and nursing curricular reviews. I became the  assessment lead for the school in 2016, since when I have become active in assessment and feedback research projects. I was awarded a university teaching fellowship in 2017 and have developed a specialism in the use of electronic marking. I am the Course Director for the successful post registration Acute Critical and Emergency care BSc programme and am the module lead for acute and critical care, both at UG and PG levels. I am a UK Resuscitation Council Instructor in Advanced Life Support and also an instructor for acute illness recognition and treatment courses, working with multidisciplinary health care teams.

All Publications

Daley, D., Deane, K., Gray, R., Hill, R., Myint, P.

(2015)

Qualitative evaluation of adherence therapy in Parkinson’s disease: a multidirectional model,

in Patient Preference and Adherence

9

pp. 989-998

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Hill, R., Pfeil, M., Moore, J., Richardson, B.

(2015)

Living with hepatitis C: A phenomenological study,

in Journal of Clinical Nursing

24

(3-4)

pp. 428–438

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Hill, R., Tejedor Benitez, A., Cheater, F.

(2014)

Methods of measuring the impact of end of life education and training in practice. A scoping review.,

N/A

(Commissioned report)

(Published)


Key Research Interests

My research interests include:

hepatitis C

transition

lived experiences

chronic illness

critical care and advanced life support

curriculum evaluation

assessment and feedback issues

enquiry based learning

 

Teaching Interests

I teach across a range of topics and to multi professional groups within health care, at both UG and PG levels. My teaching interests include:

hepatitis C and liver disease

lived experiences

transition and chronic illness

qualitative research methodologies

gastroenterology nursing

critical care nursing

advanced life support topics

acute illness recognition and treatment

assessment and feedback issues within education

External Activities and Indicators of Esteem

  • I link externally with the British Liver Trust and the British Hepatitis Nurse group.
  • I am an Advanced Life Support Instructor for the UK Resuscitation Council
  • I am an Instructor for Acute and Life Threatening Events Recognition and Treatment Courses
  • I provide consultation external to the school for assessment and feedback matters