Alison Smart

Alison Smart


  • Room 04.323 - Medical Biology Centre

    United Kingdom


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I am the module co-ordinator for an innovative “Professionalism in Nursing” module and teach across the entire year one undergraduate professional nursing programme. My post-graduate portfolio comprises of module co-ordinator of “Health Assessment” and facilitate sessions of teaching of “Working with People with Dementia”. I am also actively involved in the supervision of postgraduate master’s students.


I act as a link lecturer for numerous clinical areas in the Royal Victoria Hospital & Independent sector. In addition, I serve as a personal tutor for a group of undergraduate students. I am co-led for Adult simulation within the School of Nursing & Midwifery and look forward to advance simulation and develop faculty members. In addition, I sit on the Clinical Skills Committee, Staff Student Consultation Committee and Connected learning group.


With regards to Scholarship & learning, I am interested in implementing and evaluating a pro-active approach to student well-being of students, podcasts, visual aids and use of applications, simulation & the use of Virtual Reality.

Research Interests


I am currently involved in a range of research projects which predominately comprise of the use of experiential learning (simulation & virtual reality). I am strongly committed to evaluating and implementing innovations to ensure our well-being of student’s and ultimately our future workforce. In addition, with my clinical focus and as part of the NIMAST community, I am interested in Acute Stroke Patients.


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