#LTHEchat 36 with Dr Kirsten Jack @Heijinxs on the use of art in cross-discipline undergraduate education

This week we welcome Dr Kirsten Jack (RN, PhD) @Heijinxs to explore the use of art in cross-discipline undergraduate education. 

Kirsten_JackKirsten is Senior Lecturer Adult Nursing at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her contribution to teaching, learning and research is supported by a clinical career in adult nursing where she specialised in primary care nursing, before embarking on her academic career. She is committed to excellence in teaching and learning and was awarded a HEA National Teaching Fellowship and a Manchester Metropolitan University Outstanding Innovation in Teaching Award in 2014. She has a keen interest in pedagogical research specifically the exploration of the use of the arts in nurse education to support nurses’ emotional self-awareness development. She led on the development of a website www.caringwords.mmu.ac.uk which encourages health care professionals to write reflective poetry, as way to explore their thoughts and feelings about clinical practice.

The Storify is available here: https://storify.com/LTHEchat/lthechat-36-the-use-of-art-in-cross-discipline-und

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About Sue Beckingham

A National Teaching Fellow, Educational Developer and Principal Lecturer in Computing with a research interest in the use of social media in higher education.
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