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Tina  Goldie

Tina Goldie

Senior Lecturer

School of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

023 8201 6791 ext. 6791 Room no. RM133

Biography

Tina undertook her Registered General Nurse qualification in Bristol from 1985 -1988. She completed Post Registration English National Board Nursing qualifications in rehabilitation and neuromedical and neurosurgical nursing. After a successful nursing career working in anaesthetics and recovery, neurology and oncology as a ward sister and then clinical nurse specialist she retrained as a health visitor in 2004 and undertook her first degree in public health studying at Southampton University in 2005.

Tina undertook her Postgraduate Certificate in Education at Bournemouth University in 2008 and completed a masters degree in education in 2010.

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Further information

  1. Industry experience

    Tina has had 10 years’ experience working for Cancer Research UK co-ordinating phase one to phase three clinical trials of new anti-cancer agents...
    Tina has had 10 years’ experience working for Cancer Research UK co-ordinating phase one to phase three clinical trials of new anti-cancer agents. She has worked with drug companies, the Medical Research Council and established a national clinical trials forum group. She was fortunate to have had a six month secondment with the World Health Organisation working on the assessment of infant feeding practices. Tina has also undertaken voluntary service overseas work in Uganda for the Ray of Hope Charity. Whilst working as a health visitor, Tina gained valuable experience working in a women’s refuge specialising in domestic abuse and safeguarding.
  2. Teaching experience

    Tina has taught on undergraduate nursing programmes at Bournemouth and Southampton University including teaching clinical skills...

    Tina has taught on undergraduate nursing programmes at Bournemouth and Southampton University including teaching clinical skills. In addition to this she has taught on foundation degree programmes in early years education and care specialising in teaching units on human growth and development, professional practice and supervision of research projects with Surrey and Chichester Universities.

    Tina has extensive experience developing curriculum, teaching and course leading level three programmes in health and social care in addition to working as an external examiner for level three BTEC programmes. She has written mentorship programmes and has experience teaching from level two to level six. Tina is also an external examiner at De Montfort University Leicester for children, families and community health programmes.

  3. Research interests

    Tina's research interests include sociocultural pedagogical approaches, professional development and portfolio assessment, public health and health promotion.
  4. Recent publications

    Tina's most recent publication was entitled 'Working in Partnership with parents to reduce obesity and promote physical activity in children between 4-11 years of age' Presented at the CPHVA Conference 2005.
  5. Awards

    Tina is a Fellow of the Institute for Learning.