Kate Bowers

Mrs Kate Bowers

Academic Lead for Nursing Programmes

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Nursing

Summary

Kate joined the University in 2003 after spending a number of years working as a nurse in clinical and practice development roles in the NHS in London.

Her teaching specialism is in the area of skin integrity and wound management, and her current research is on assessment feedback in higher education.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Wound-related pain: features, assessment and treatment.

Barrett, S., & Bowers, K. (2009). Wound-related pain: features, assessment and treatment. Nursing standard : official newspaper of the Royal College of Nursing, 24(10), 47 - 56. https://doi.org/10.7748/ns2009.11.24.10.47.c7388

Wound-related pain: features, assessment and treatment

Bowers, K., & Barrett, S. (2009).  Wound-related pain: features, assessment and treatment. Nursing standard, 24(10), 47 - 56. https://doi.org/10.7748/ns2009.11.24.10.47.c7388

Evidence-based nursing: a guide to clinical practice by Alba DiCenso, Gordon Gyatt, & Donna Ciliska

Bowers, K. (2007). Evidence-based nursing: a guide to clinical practice by Alba DiCenso, Gordon Gyatt, & Donna Ciliska. Journal of clinical nursing, 16(8), 1589 - 1589

Presentation / Conference

Peer observation of learning in online environments

Bowers, K. Peer observation of learning in online environments. Paper presented at University of Hull Annual Learning and Teaching Conference (2008)

Personal tutoring: Ought we to dispense with the pastoral element?

Bowers, K. Personal tutoring: Ought we to dispense with the pastoral element?. Paper presented at Higher Education Academy 2nd annual conference on personal tutoring (2006), York St John University, York, UK