Research from Bartlett, Suzie
Programme Leader/Principal Lecturer/Course Coordinator
Suzie is the Year 2 Programme Leader, Principal Lecturer and Course Coordinator within the School of Nursing. She has worked at OP since 2012 after spending 17 years working as a clinical RN. She is a Registered Comprehensive Nurse and holds a Masters Degree in Higher Education which includes a research project in the Mental Health Nursing Simulated learning environment. Suzie is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Professional Practice. Her research is focused on the mental health and wellbeing of tertiary learners and developing a national framework.
Conference Contribution - Other
Bartlett, S. (2016) The simulated learning environment: The use of standardized actors in mental health nursing education. The simulated learning environment. MHNE Conference, Dunedin.
Thesis – Masters/Doctoral
Bartlett, S. (2015) EVALUATING THE MERITS OF MENTAL HEALTH SIMULATIONS IN AN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING DEGREE PROGRAMME, USING STANDARDISED PATIENTS. University of Otago
Bartlett, S., & Butson, R. (2015) The simulated learning environment; the use of standardized actors in mental health education Conference abstract ANEC Co-Creating the future Auckland, 11-13 November, p. 39
Bartlett,S., & Butson, R. (2015) Using human actors in the simulated learning environment in mental health nursing education. Kai Tiaki, September, 2015, pp. 17-19.