Lecturer - Nursing
Phone: +64 9 9219999 ext. 7539
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhysical Address:
North Shore Campus
90 Akoranga Drive
North Shore City
Links to relevant web pages:
• Masters of Health Science (Advanced Nursing) (Hons),
• Post Graduate Certificate in Advanced Nursing (Emergency Nursing),
• Bachelor of Health Science (Nursing),
• Certificate in Tertiary Teaching,
• Certificate in Adult Teaching,
• Diploma in Recreation Management
Memberships and Affiliations:• Center for eHealth AUT University - http://ehealth.aut.ac.nz/unconference
• New Zealand Nurses Organisation – http://www.nzno.org.nz/
• Health Informatics New Zealand – http://www.hinz.org.nz/
• Infection Prevention and Control Nurses College - http://www.infectioncontrol.co.nz/home/
• Simulation User Group (AUT University)
• Reviewer for Health Care and Informatics Review Online - http://www.hinz.org.nz/?page=JournalArchive
• St John NZ – http://www.stjohn.org.nz
Health Assessment (Adult and Child)
Primary Health Care
Research Areas:• Weight estimation in paediatric resucitation
• Mobile technology in student and patient education
• Nutrition / Anthropometry
• Evaluation of teaching and learning
Current Research Projects:• An alternative weight estimation method for New Zealand children aged 5 - 10 years.
• Mobile technology to estimate weight in emergency resuscitation.
• Nutrition in nursing students
Schedule:• Health Informatics New Zealand (October 2015)
• Australasian Nurse Educators Conference (November 2015)
• Health Hackathon – Solving Self Care (February 2015)
• Health Informatics New Zealand (November 2014)
• National Paramedic Forum (2014)
• eHealth Unconference (July 2014)
Publications:Britnell, S., & Koziol-McLain, J. (2015). Weight estimation in paediatric resuscitation: A hefty issue in New Zealand. Emergency Medicine Australasia. http://doi.org/10.1111/1742-6723.12389
Britnell, S., Conaglen, J., Johns, S., & Narayan, V. (2014). Nursing students as agents of change: Empowering patients using mobile technology in health promotion. In Health Informatics New Zealand Conference 2014. Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/HINZ/1200-britnell-nursing-students-as-agents-of-change
Britnell, S. (2014). Students as agents of change. Empowering households and communities through the use of mobile social media in a clinical paper (Poster presented at AUT LTDF showcase). Auckland, New Zealand.
Britnell, S. (2014). To compare the accuracy of the Broselow-Luten Tape and APLS, Theron and Shann’s formulae in prediction of weight in children aged 5 to 10 years in Auckland. Auckland University of Technology.
Britnell, S. (2014). Weight estimation in pediatric resuscitation: A hefty Issue. In AUT University Postgraduate Symposium. WG 308.
Britnell, S. (2014). Weight estimation in paediatric resuscitation: A hefty issue in New Zealand. In National Paramedic Research Forum. Auckland, New Zealand.
Britnell, S. (2009). Intranasal Fentanyl - An effective first line analgesia for Children (Vol. Spring, pp. 7–7). Presented at the Emergency and Flight Nurses Conference, Auckland: Emergency Nurse New Zealand.
Awards:2014 - St John Honors (Member of Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem) - MStJ
Date awarded: November 2014 Awarded by: St John. https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/2226076
2014 - Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Teaching Assistant Award 2014
Date awarded: 28 March 2014 Awarded by: AUT University
2013 – LTDF Funding - Students as agents of change: Empowering households and communities through the use of mobile social media in a clinical paper
Date awarded: 15 March 2013 Awarded by: Learning and Teaching Fund (AUT University)
2009 – Best Poster – Intranasal Fentanyl - An effective first line analgesia for Children (Vol. Spring, pp. 7–7).
Date awarded: September 2009. Awarded by: College of Emergency Nurses
Last updated: 07-Dec-2015 12.15pm
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