Dr Jane Hislop

Senior Lecturer and Co-Programme Director Simulation Based Clinical Education

Background

I am a senior lecturer and co-programme director of the Pg Certificate in Simulation Based Clinical Education and I also teach on the MSc in Clinical Education This role involves development of an online, distance learning curriculum; as well as teaching, assessment, student support and dissertation supervision of those involved in undergraduate and post graduate education of health professionals (including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and allied health professionals).

I have been working in higher education since 2001 as a physiotherapy a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University, then Queen Margaret University before developing and leading on a new integrated MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration) programme at Edinburgh Napier University with Occupational Therapy and Social Work. I also have experience of working as part-time faculty on a Doctoral Physical Therapy programme at Sacramento State University where I developed and delivered a module on Physical Therapists as educators.

I work part-time as a clinical education lead in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy within NHS Fife.

Qualifications

1991 BSc Physiotherapy (distinction)

1997 MSc Community Health, Edinburgh University

2004 PG Certificate in Tertiary Level Teaching and Learning Methods (distinction)

2014 PhD Queen Margaret University

2004 Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

2022 Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Responsibilities & affiliations

I am an educational representative for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and external examiner at Nottingham University on their post graduate Masters in Physiotherapy, Keele University on the MSc in Simulation in Clinical Education and Glasgow Caledonian University on their MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy programme.  I am an HCPC registered Physiotherapist and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Postgraduate teaching

PG Cert Simulation Based Clinical Education - Programme director

 

MSc Clinical Education,  Course Lead:

  • Research in Clinical Education,
  • Simulation Methodology for clinical education
  • Policy Leadership and Management

 

Open to PhD supervision enquiries?

Yes

Current PhD students supervised

Kerry Heathcote (PhD)  An Investigation into the Validity of Utilising Learning Analytics to Support and Inform Student Retention and Achievement in Post-16 Education.

 

Sylvia Western (phD) Testwiseness 

Past PhD students supervised

I have supervised over 50 MSc dissertations to sucessful completion

Current research interests

• Peer mentorship • Interprofessional learning • Integrating kindness within curriculum • Student wellbeing

Past research interests

• Measurement of Physical Activity.

Project activity

Principle Investigator for Scottish Medical Education Consortium (SMERC) Entangled simulation. Cross institution research between University of Dundee and University of Edinburgh, NHS Lothian and NHS Tayside. 

Project lead for a cross Scotland HEI development of an online practice education training for AHPs via TURAS 

Current project grants

Scottish Medical Education Consortium (SMERC) Entangled simulation (£46,000) 2023

Past project grants

ENU Teaching Fellow Grant, Embedding a culture of kindness and wellbeing at ENU (£7,000) 2018
Carnegie Trust Scholarship for Grant Burns BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy student (£700) 2015
British Geriatric Society (£300) to attend World Confederation for Physical Therapist Congress, Singapore 2015
Santander scholarship (£500) to attend World Confederation for Physical Therapist Congress, Singapore 2015
Projects for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (£500), Queen Margaret University with Dr Judith Lane 2014
Carnegie Trust Scholarship for Nicole Palmer BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy student (£700) 2014
Santander scholarship (£1,500) to attend International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Boston, MA, USA. 2013
Principal investigator, Physiotherapy Research Foundation (£25,000), Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 2007
Member of project proposal team involved in successful bid for funding from NHS Education for Scotland’s PUMP priming for development for inter-professional master’s level in public health (£ 75,000) 2003
Member of steering group involved in a successful tender to Greater Glasgow NHS Board to conduct a drug and alcohol –related training needs assessment of non-specialist staff (£11,000) 2003
Hospital Savings Association Scholarship (£2,500) funding for MSc Community Health degree 1998
World Confederation for Physical Therapy grant to attend International Seminar for Physiotherapy Educators on ethics and torture in Copenhagen, Denmark (£500) 1997

View all 15 publications on Research Explorer

Invited speaker

Invited speaker   Emerging from Covid – lessons from online learning. Scotland Physiotherapy Leaders’ Community of Practice Forum, November 2022.

Presentation       Postgraduate healthcare students’ experiences of peer review. Medical Education Forum. University of Edinburgh.  Presentation to 185 members, August 2022.

Invited speaker   Lessons from e-learning practice education programme for AHPs. Scottish Paramedic practice education group. Glasgow Caledonian University, April 2022.

Keynote speaker The role of wellbeing and compassion in healthcare education. 4th BUMDC International Conference 2021 (online). Bahria University Medical and Dental College, Karachi, 10th July 2021

Invited speaker   Supporting practice educators during COVID. Podiatry practice education conference. Salford University, June 2021.

Organiser

Member of Scientific Committee for Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM) Lisbon, Portugal, 14-16th June 2023

Papers delivered

Hislop, J., Stuart James, K. (2023) Postgraduate Healthcare Students Experiences of Peer Review. University of Edinburgh Teaching and Learning Conference 2023. University of Edinburgh. 27th-28th June 2023. Paper presentation.

Stuart James, K., Hislop, J., Gurney, J. (2023) Should the dissertation be discharged? A scoping review of the efficacy of the written dissertation as an assessment method in progressive, postgraduate, online, global clinical education curricula. Association for the Study of Medical Education. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J. Fawns, T., Stuart James, J., Carlin, B., Aitken, G., Jamieson, J. (2022) Postgraduate healthcare students’ experiences of peer review. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference Lyon. 28th -31st August 2022. Short communication presentation.

Balaam, M., Hislop, J. (2022) Promoting wellbeing through using humanities in medical education. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference. Lyon. 28-31st August 2022. Workshop.

Hislop, J., Lane, J., Hegarty, D., Anderson, F., Thomas, J.(2022) Developing a national online AHP practice education programme for Scotland: a cross-HEI initiative. NES Annual Virtual Conference 2022. 27th and 28th April 2022. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J., Watson, L, (2022) Evaluation of a new musculoskeletal physiotherapy clinical education lead role in NHS Fife. NES Annual Virtual Conference 2022. 27th and 28th April 2022. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J., Carlin, B., Jamieson, J. (2021) Consideration of lessons learned from the MSc in Clinical Education around engaging students and using technology in an online environment during COVID, in relation to the context of hybrid teaching. IT Futures Conference 2021. University of Edinburgh. 10th December 2021. (Hybrid). Short communication presentation.

Hislop, J., Hillen, P. (2021) Developing a collaborative interprofessional programme, challenges and lessons learned. Teaching and Learning Conference 2021. Edinburgh University. Short 15 minute Talk. 15th - 17th June 2021 (online). 

Hislop, J., Francis, R. (2020) Hearing Loss and the experience of physiotherapy education during COVID: Lessons for educators. 5th European Congress of the European Region WCPT. Poster presentation.  11th September 2020 to 31st January 2021. (online).

Hislop, J., MacDonald, D., Yates, P., James, K., McLelland, C., Hillen, P., Goetzold, S.,  McKay, E. (2019) Development of an Integrated Curriculum for Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Social Work Students in Scotland.  World Physiotherapy Congress, 10-13 May. Geneva, Switzerland. https://www.abstractstosubmit.com/wcpt2019/archive/#/viewer/abstract/3381

MacKay, E., James, K., Hislop, J., MacDonald, D., Yates, P. (2019) Integrating education for Allied Health Professional and Social Work to meet the health and social care needs for tomorrow’s Scottish Population. Occupational Therapy Australia 28th Conference & Exhibition. 10th-12th July.  Sydney, NSW, Australia. Poster. http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1908773

Dawes, J., Newlands, C. and Hislop, J., (2019) The impact of a specialist physiotherapy service for homeless people: a qualitative study’, Pathways from Homelessness: Rethinking Housing and Health Symposium, 13 and 14 March 2019, London. Platform presentation.

McKay, E., James, K., MacDonald, D., Hislop, J., Yates, P..(2018) Making Integrated Health and Social Care Education a Reality: A Scottish Example. 24th ENOTHE Annual Meeting. Escola Superior De Saude Do Aloitao, Portugal. Platform presentation. http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1446273

Donnelly, B., Baer, G., Hislop, J.F.  (2017). An exploration of the activPALTM activity monitor in measurement of sedentary behaviour and physical activity patterns in people with mild to moderate Parkinson’s Disease: A validation study. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Scotland Conference, March 9th, Perth, Scotland. Poster presentation.

Burt, H., Hislop, J., Baer, G. (2017). Concurrent validity of ActiGraph™ wGT3X-BT Accelerometers in people with Parkinson’s Disease (pwPD). Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Scotland Conference, March 9th, Perth, Scotland. Poster presentation.

Donnelly, B., Baer, G., Hislop, J.F.  (2016). An exploration of the activPALTM activity monitor in measurement of sedentary behaviour and physical activity patterns in people with mild to moderate Parkinson’s Disease: A validation study. Scottish Physical Activity Research Connections Conference, October 26th, Edinburgh, Scotland. Poster presentation.

Hislop,J., Palmer, N., Anand, P., Aldin, T., Clark, J. (2015). Validity of wrist worn accelerometers in preschool children, International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Limerick, Ireland. Poster presentation.

Doyle, A., Hislop, J., van der Lindon, M. (2014). A Qualitative Evaluation of ‘KICC Active Lothian’ Exercise Programmes for People with Long Term Health Conditions. Platform presentation. Scottish Physiotherapy Student Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. Poster presentation. 1st prize winner.

Newlands, C., Hislop, J. (2014). What are homeless people’s and service providers’ views and experiences of ‘Streetsmart Physio’ services in Edinburgh? Poster presentation. Scottish Physiotherapy Student Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J.F., Law, J. Rush, R., Grainger, A., Bulley, C., Reilly, J.J., Mercer, T. (2013). How many hours and days of data provide reliable estimates of habitual physical activity in preschool children? International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Boston, USA. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J.F., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J. (2011). Concurrent validity of the GT1M with MTI Accelerometer in Preschool children during free-play. World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J.F., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J. (2011). Reliability and concurrent validity of GT1M and MTI Actigraph Accelerometers using a mechanical setup. International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement, Glasgow, Scotland. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J.F., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J. (2009). Physical Activity of Pre-school children in Lothian. Phase 1: Study of Accelerometer Methods. Poster presentation at staff Conference, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Poster presentation

Peacock, S., Hislop, J., Cleak, J. (2008). Using ePortfolios with health professional learners to develop their digital identities for learning and continuing professional development. Presentation at EIFEL, Building a Learning Europe, eportfolio & Digital Identity 2008 Conference, Maastricht, Netherlands.  Platform presentation.

Hislop, J., Murray, R., Newton, M. (2007). Evaluation of six-month writing for publication programme. World Physiotherapy Congress, Vancouver, Canada. Platform presentation.

Hislop, J., Smith, J. (2007). A qualitative evaluation of physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow, Scotland. World Physiotherapy Congress, Vancouver, Canada.  Platform presentation

Hislop, J., Crowe, A. (2005). Personal safety issues for Physiotherapists working in the community. Celebrating Lanarkshire Conference, Jackton, South Lanarkshire. Poster presentation.

Hislop, J., Smith, J. (2004). A qualitative evaluation of the physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow, Poster Presentation at the Allied Health Professions NHS Quality Improvement Scotland Clinical Effective Project. Third National Conference. Poster presentation:  2nd Prize winner.

Hislop, J., Murray, R., Newton, M. (2004). Qualitative evaluation of a writing for publication course. NHS Education for Scotland conference on Education Research and Development, Clydebank, Glasgow. Poster presentation

Hislop, J. (2004). Evaluation of the physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow. NHS Scottish School of Primary Care conference, Aberdeen Exhibition Centre. Platform presentation and abstract publication. Primary Care Research: Supporting Service Development Conference, 2004, 49-50

Hislop, J. (2001). Barriers encountered by the single homeless in accessing primary health care. Scottish Physiotherapy Research Workshop, University of Stirling. UK, Platform presentation

Hislop, J. (2023) Walking the talk and creating a kinder place to work and thrive. Teaching Matters Blog. University of Edinburgh (2nd August 2023) [online] Available from: https://www.teaching-matters-blog.ed.ac.uk/walking-the-talk-and-creating-a-kinder-place-to-work-and-thrive/  

Hislop, J., Fawns, T. (2022) How do we do effective feedback? A Practical Example. Teaching Matters Blog. University of Edinburgh  (31st October 2022). [online] Available from: https://www.teaching-matters-blog.ed.ac.uk/how-do-we-do-effective-feedback-a-practical-example/  (Most read blog post of Teaching Matters in 2022)

 

Educational Resources:

Hislop, J. (2022) Story 23: Connect online and everything will be okay. In Burns, T., Desire, J., Gordon, J., McDonald, P. and Sinfield, S. (eds.) (2022) Say it with a story. The #creativeHE Annual 2022. Creativity for Learning in Higher Education Community, #creativeHE, National Reaching Repository. Educational Resource. Available from: https://doi.org/10.25416/NTR.21806085.v3   

Fawns, T., Hislop, J., Oliver, N., Somerville, S. (2022) An Entangled View of Educational Activity. OpenEd. Available from: https://open.ed.ac.uk/an-entangled-view-of-an-educational-activity/  

Hislop, J, Lane, J., Thomas, J., Hegarty, D. (2021) Being and Becoming a Practice Educator (2021) TURAS online programme for AHP practice educators. Available from: https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/36925 (register to access – registration open to all)

 

Reports: 

Hislop, J., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J (2008). An investigation into free-play physical activity in preschool children in Lothian. Report for Physiotherapy Research Foundation.

Mercer,T.H., Fisher, A., Hislop, J. (2008). Developing an outcome evaluation framework for play@home. Scottish Government Research Report (Vol I p42 and Vol II p 68) http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.582.6005&rep=rep1&type=pdf   

Watson, H., Girvan, M., Kelly, T.,  Kerr, S., Hislop, J.,  Thow, M., Dickson, R.,  Coull, S. (2004). Training needs assessment of drug and alcohol training issues for generic health and Social Work staff. Report for Greater Glasgow NHS Board.

Hislop, J., Smith, J. (2003). Appraisal of the physiotherapy homeless service in Glasgow. A qualitative investigation. Report for Greater Glasgow Primary Care NHS Trust involving people steering group.

Scottish Executive (2002). Adding Life to Years, Report of the Expert Group on Healthcare of Older People. Scottish Executive. Available from:  http://www.gov.scot/Resource/Doc/158645/0043038.pdf

 

Book Chapter

Peacock, S., Morss, K., Scott, A., Hislop, J., Irvine, L., Murray, S.,  Girdler, S.T. (2010). Using ePortfolios in higher education to encourage learner reflection and support personalised learning. In: O’Donoghue, J. (ed.). Technology-supported Environments for Personalized Learning: Methods and Case Studies. Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.