Researcher profile for Suzie Bartlett
Dr Suzie Bartlett
Principal Lecturer/Research Coordinator
Suzie is a Principal Lecturer and the Tresearch 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 holds a Doctorate in Professional Practice, her research is focused on the mental health and wellbeing of tertiary learners and the development of a national framework titled SafeMINDed. SafeMINDed is a mental health accreditation system designed to enhance the psychological safety of organisations and workplaces through leadership, ongoing monitoring, support, partnership and workforce education.
See a list of articles published in issues of: Scope: Contemporary Research Topics by this researcher.
Bartlett, S. (2016) The simulated learning environment: The use of standardized actors in mental health nursing education. The simulated learning environment. MHNE Conference, Dunedin.
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.