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Kinghorn, Grant Mr.

Lecturer

  • Nurse Manager of Professional Programs - Justice health & forensic Mental health Network 2015 - 2017

Overview


Grant is a current PhD Candidate and an early career researcher and lecturer in the School of Nursing at the University of Wollongong. Grant has peer-reviewed publications in international journals. His research and teaching interests surround, Forensic Mental Health, workforce transition, education & leadership.

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2017 Correctional nursing
    2017 Transitioning into new clinical areas of practice: an integrative review of the literature
    Published in   Journal of Clinical Nursing

Research Overview


  • Nursing
    Mental Health
    Practice Development
    Clinical Education and facilitation

Selected Publications


Presentations


Education And Training


  • M.N. in Mental Health, School of Nursing 2011
  • B.N., School of Nursing 2007

Teaching Overview


  • Prior to my role with UoW, I worked in the public health sector in a variety of clinical, education and facilitation positions within Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network (JH&FMHN). As a Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE), I was responsible for orientating and facilitating undergraduate nursing students across the Forensic Hospital and provided ongoing education and clinical assessment with existing staff. As a Nurse Educator for Forensic Mental Health, I coordinated, designed and facilitated numerous transition programs within the Network including the Forensic Hospital Student Program, New Graduated Nursing Program, Forensic Hospital Orientation and JH&FMHN Preceptor Development Program. In my last role prior to working for UoW, I was a Nurse Manager of Professional Programs. Within this role, I was the Network coordinator for the Foundational and Executive Clinical Leadership Program and Health Leadership Program and provided oversight for numerous workplace cultural initiatives and programs.

    Since working with UoW, I have coordinated and taught in both Undergraduate and Post Graduate students in the School of Nursing. These subjects include:

    • NMIH101 (Effective Communication in Health Care)
    • NMIH106 (Essentials of Care A)
    • NMIH107 (Essentials of Care B)
    • NMIH307 (Leadership in Health care)
    • NMIH308 (Transition to Professional Practice)
    • SNUG101 (Essentials of Nursing)
    • SNPG925 (Effective Leadership)

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2017 Correctional nursing
    2017 Transitioning into new clinical areas of practice: an integrative review of the literature
    Published in   Journal of Clinical Nursing

Research Overview


  • Nursing
    Mental Health
    Practice Development
    Clinical Education and facilitation

Selected Publications


Presentations


Education And Training


  • M.N. in Mental Health, School of Nursing 2011
  • B.N., School of Nursing 2007

Teaching Overview


  • Prior to my role with UoW, I worked in the public health sector in a variety of clinical, education and facilitation positions within Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network (JH&FMHN). As a Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE), I was responsible for orientating and facilitating undergraduate nursing students across the Forensic Hospital and provided ongoing education and clinical assessment with existing staff. As a Nurse Educator for Forensic Mental Health, I coordinated, designed and facilitated numerous transition programs within the Network including the Forensic Hospital Student Program, New Graduated Nursing Program, Forensic Hospital Orientation and JH&FMHN Preceptor Development Program. In my last role prior to working for UoW, I was a Nurse Manager of Professional Programs. Within this role, I was the Network coordinator for the Foundational and Executive Clinical Leadership Program and Health Leadership Program and provided oversight for numerous workplace cultural initiatives and programs.

    Since working with UoW, I have coordinated and taught in both Undergraduate and Post Graduate students in the School of Nursing. These subjects include:

    • NMIH101 (Effective Communication in Health Care)
    • NMIH106 (Essentials of Care A)
    • NMIH107 (Essentials of Care B)
    • NMIH307 (Leadership in Health care)
    • NMIH308 (Transition to Professional Practice)
    • SNUG101 (Essentials of Nursing)
    • SNPG925 (Effective Leadership)
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