Jeanne Landon-Campbell

  • Senior Lecturer in Nursing Programme Leader MSc (Pre-Registration) Adult & Mental Health Nursing
  • Institute of Health
  • Health and Wellbeing
 Jeanne Landon-Campbell

Qualifications and memberships

MEd, BSN, PHN, RN

Teaching Fellow Higher Education Academy (since 2008)

Recordable Teacher Status with the NMC (since 2010)

Academic and research interests

Epidemiology and Communicable Disease

Transcultural nursing - global perspectives on health and illness

Patient Experience - the use of patient narratives in Pre-Reg Nurse Education

Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls 

Womens Health

Publications

Selected Outputs

Landon-Campbell, J. and Kenward, L. (2017) Understanding the self-declaration of good health and good character. Nursing Times (Online); 113:12

"Using narrative pedagogy to humanise healthcare education" at 26th International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference, Cambridge University, September 8-10th 2015

"Organisational RAID - Student experiences of RAID Methodology" at 22nd International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference, Cambridge University, September 5-8th 2011

Landon-Campbell, JM (2011) 'Exploring the transition from Sixth Form into Nurse Education: A Phenomenological Inquiry'

Davie, R., Landon-Campbell, J., Rigg, K. (2006) Report of North Cumbria Children & Young Persons' Palliative Care Database Project.

Recent external roles

External Examiner University of the West of Scotland (UWS) 2018 to present

External Examiner Bangor University (2013 - 2017)