Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Dr Gemma Stacey qualified as a mental health nurse in 2004 after completing the undergraduate Master of Nursing program at the University of Nottingham. She went onto work in a range of recovery orientated community servicers. In 2006 Gemma commenced a research post at the University of Nottingham exploring service user involvement in the assessment of student nurses in practice (SUSA). She has gone onto implement and evaluate a range of educational initiatives centered on lived experience. This complements Gemma's doctoral research interest in the socialisation of student nurses and the educational factors which influence the development, maintenance and expression of person centered values and compassion. She is the leader of the Critical Values Based Practice Network who conduct research into this area along with an explicit focus on the perception and influence of power and hierarchy amongst professional groups on decision making. Gemma is currently employed as an Associate Professor in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham where she is the Program Lead for Graduate Entry Nursing. She leads the Graduate Entry Nursing International Network which joins together academics, students and graduates to raise the profile of the challenges and opportunities Graduate Entry Nursing presents to the professions through collaborative research, sharing of educational innovation and facilitating networks.
Deputy Director, Mental Health Field lead and retention and transition lead for Graduate Entry Nursing
Disability Liaison Officer
Module leader for "Mental Health Complex Care… read more
Socialisation of student nurses and the educational factors which influence the development, maintenance and expression of person centred values
Service user involvement in nurse education and… read more
Other responsibilities (e.g. practice connections)
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