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Christine Brown Wilson

Professor

  • Room 03.312 - Medical Biology Centre

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Professor Brown Wilson is open to PhD applications in the fields of: - Older person’s nursing and dementia care, including support of carers and staff education. Qualitative approaches welcome. Current Funded PhD Opportunity: Embedding Digital Health Knowledge, Capabilities and Attributes into University Nursing Curriculum: a cross cultural study is currently available.

20062019

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Personal profile

Research Statement

Professor Christine Brown Wilson is a Registered Nurse with an international research profile in Ageing and Dementia focusing on practice development in residential, community and acute contexts. Christine's methodological expertise lies in qualitative methodologies including working collaboratively with older people, including people with dementia, their families and staff to improve practice. She has established links with industry and service user organisations in the UK enabling older people, family caregivers and staff to be active participants in the research process. Christine has supported organisations and teams in changing practice through quality improvement workshops and developing relationship centred services in dementia care both in the UK, Australia and Singapore. Through this process, Christine has developed relationship based strategies that can be embedded at all levels of an organisation including a facilitated model of practice development that supports staff in identifying practical strategies to implement person centred care. This work has led to invited presentations and workshops in the UK, North America, Asia and Australia.

Leadership Roles

Associate Editor, Health and Social Care in the Community

Member of the Editorial Board, Singapore Nursing Journal

Teaching roles

Christine is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK and teaches on the third year of the undergraduate nursing curriculum including: Evidence Based Nursing, Decision making, Leadership and Management. 

Current projects:

Education initiaves in Care homes

  1. Scaling up the Family Carer decision support Intervention: a multi-site implementation evaluation
  2. Scaling up the Family carer decision support intervention: a transnational effectiveness implementation evaluation
  3. Let’s talk about the S word: developing an interactive training resource to engage and meet the sexuality and intimacy needs of care home residents.

Higher Education projects

  1. Digital Literacy Project, University of Queensland
  2. Embedding Digital Health Knowledge, Capabilities and Attributes into University Nursing Curriculum to Produce Game-Changing Graduates, University of Queensland.

  3. Digital ethics when using an ePortfolio with Vulnerable Communities – multi-university research project, Australia.

Recently completed projects

  1. Beyond the ‘Tip-sheet’: Supporting caregivers for people with dementia in the community. University of Queensland, Australia.

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Research Output

Exploring ePortfolio Practice in Health & Education: A Need for Digital Ethics Guidelines

Kirby, M. M., Slade, C., Brown Wilson, C. & Downer, T., 21 Nov 2019.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Open Access
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  • Moving beyond ‘safety’ versus ‘autonomy’: a qualitative exploration of the ethics of using monitoring technologies in long-term dementia care

    Hall, A., Brown Wilson, C., Stanmore, E. & Todd, C., 24 May 2019, In : BMC Geriatrics. 19, 13 p., 145 .

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
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  • 1 Citation (Scopus)
    61 Downloads (Pure)

    Nonpharmacological Interventions for Anxiety and Dementia in Nursing Homes: A Systematic Review

    Brown Wilson, C., Arendt, L., Nguyen, M., Scott, T. L., Neville, C. C. & Pachana, N. A., 03 May 2019, In : The Gerontologist. 12 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Prizes

    Principal Fellow

    Christine Brown Wilson (Recipient), 2019

    Prize: Fellowship awarded competitively

  • Queen's University Belfast Engaged Research Seed Funding Award

    Gary Mitchell (Recipient), Gillian Carter (Recipient) & Christine Brown Wilson (Recipient), 13 Nov 2019

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

  • Activities

    Dementia NI’s 5th Anniversary Celebration Event

    Gillian Carter (Invited speaker), Christine Brown Wilson (Invited speaker), Gary Mitchell (Invited speaker)
    28 Feb 2020

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

    Dementia Disruption Awards

    Gillian Carter (Invited speaker), Christine Brown Wilson (Invited speaker), Gary Mitchell (Invited speaker)
    07 Feb 2020

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

    NI Frailty Network

    Christine Brown Wilson (Advisor)
    28 Mar 2019 → …

    Activity: Consultancy typesContribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups

    Nursing and Midwifery Council Registrant Visitor

    Christine Brown Wilson (Examiner)
    2019 → …

    Activity: Examination typesUG external examination

    University of Queensland

    Christine Brown Wilson (Advisor)
    08 Apr 201906 May 2019

    Activity: Visiting an external institution typesResearch and Teaching at External Organisation

    Press / Media

    Game Tackles Dementia Myths

    Gary Mitchell, Gillian Carter & Christine Brown Wilson

    03/03/2020

    1 Media contribution

    Press/Media: Research

    Sex and intimacy in care homes

    Christine Brown Wilson

    17/01/2018

    1 Media contribution

    Press/Media: Expert Comment