I am a senior lecturer within the pre-registration nursing team. Although I am qualified in both Adult and Mental health nursing, my passion remains in caring for individuals with acute mental health needs.
I currently teaches across years and/or assess on units in the following subject areas:
Eula areas of interest are:
M. King, A. Chambers, E. Miller, A. Hook, L. Jackson, et al. (2018). Reimagining Undergraduate Health and Social Care Education: A Workforce Fit for Purpose in a Changing Landscape of Care. A Position Paper. Illness, Crisis & Loss. 26(2), pp.145-166.
E. Miller (2017). The recovery approach in life changing conditions. Nursing in Practice. pp.35-38.
K. Jack, E. Miller (2008). Exploring self-awareness in mental health practice. Mental Health Practice. 12(3), pp.31-35.
C. Haigh, E. Miller What really matters to patient? digital storytelling as qualitative research in. In: Hardy, P. Sumner, T (eds) cultivating compassion; How digital storytelling is transforming Healthcare. palgrave,
CA. Haigh (2018). What really matters to patients? Digital storytelling as qualitative research. In: A celebration of Patent Voices. Springer International Publishing, pp.257-266.
E. Miller, G. Nambiar-Greenwood (2011). The nurse-patient relationship. In: Nursing: Communication skills in practice.
E. Miller, L. webb (2011). Active listening and attending: communication skills and the health care environment. In: Nursing: Communication Skills in Practice. Oxford University Press,
E. Miller, L. webb (2011). Theory to practice: Communicating therapeutically. In: Nursing: Communication Skills in Practice. Oxford University Press,
E. Miller (2010). Understanding experience: The collaborative journey using scenario- based learning. In: Preparing Graduates for the Professions Using Scenario-Based Learning.
E. Miller, S. smailes, S. Stark, C. Street, K. Watson (2003). Craving (un) certainty: Using SBL for teaching diversity in health care context. In: Developing Scenario - Based Learning. The Dunmore publishing company,
E. Miller Tell Me Your Story: Listening To The Patient Voice At The Heart Of Health Care Storytelling. New york, 21/3/2018.
E. Miller, L. Garbutt From expert to Novice - an analysis of lived experience of return to nursing practice students. CAMBRIDGE, 5/9/2017.
E. Miller Building the emotional repertoire of student Nurses: Experiential engagement strategies wiuthin pre - registration nursing curriculum. Manchester University, 4/7/2017.
A. Chambers, M. King, E. Miller re-imagining undergraduate health & social care education - creating a resilent graduate workforce for an integrated place- based health & social care system - a new paradigm. St Hughs - oxford, 29/6/2017.
E. Miller Using lived experience patient digital stories to facilitate 'emotional preparedness for return to nursing practice students. Odense Demark, 19/6/2017.
N. Cox, E. Miller, C. Haigh, K. Wright Who am I, and who are you? Identity, engagement and colloboration in the era of online nursing research. University of Oxford, 5/4/2017.
E. Miller Promoting international dialogue between student nurses : Using technology to enhance communication. Finland Turku, 25/9/2016.
E. Miller, G. Nambiar - Greenwood, H. Patel Moving from culturally competency to culturally appropriate care: translating research theory to patient beside. Edinburgh, 6/4/2016.
E. Miller Building emotional resilience pre - registration nursing students mental health matters. Turku , Finland, 21/9/2015.
E. Miller Shaping Conversations: Nurse Lecturer's emotional Management in Higher Education: Implications for future nursing practitioners. Nancy France, 24/9/2014.
E. Miller Recognising the heart of the matter ; emotionality management in the workplace: Hearing the lived experience of nurse educators. cambridge, uk, 4/9/2012.
E. Miller, K. Jack (2012). Exploring support needs among a group of first year pre-registration nursing students on their first placement. Cambridge, UK, 4/9/2012.