Maggie Carson (BN (Hons), RGN, MSc in Public Health, PGCUT, SFHEA)




Maggie Carson is a Lecturer in Nursing and the current Undergraduate Programme Director for the the Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) and the Bachelor of Nursing (Ordinary).  She teaches across both the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum and has successfully desgined and delivers courses that reflect her clinical and research interests.  These include undergraduate courses in professionalsim, an undergraduate honours option in adult endocrine nursing and an online postgraduate course in leadership for healthcare professionals. 

A Registered Adult Nurse, Maggie has clinical experience in endocrinology, coronary care, general intensive care, cardiothoracic intensive care and acute medicine.    She was seconded to the Royal College of Nursing as a Clinical Leadership Facilitator and delivered a variety of bespoke leadership courses.


BN (Hons) RGN

MSc Public Health

PGCert in University Teaching

Certifcate in Adult Endocrine Nursing

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Recognised Teacher with the Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC)


Responsibilities & affiliations

Co-Chair of the Scottish Collaboration for the Enhancement of Pre-registration Nursing (SCEPRN) group

Undergraduate teaching

Undergradaute Programme Director for the BN (Hons) and BN (Ordinary)


Current undergradaute teaching and/or Course Organiser for:

Professionalism 1

Adult Endocrine Nursing



Postgraduate teaching

Current postgraduate teaching and/or Course Organiser for:

Leadership: Exploring Your Potential


Supervised Reading

Open to PhD supervision enquiries?


Past PhD students supervised

Dr Linda Nugent  (2013)

'The Interaction of Health Value and Perceived Control in relation to outcome behaviours in a Type 2 Diabetes Patient Population in Scotland'.            


Dr Jay Jung Lee (2016)

'Exploring Information and Communications Technology Use in Developing Knowledge in Clinical Practice for Nursing Students in South Korea'.                                                                                                                                                                                   

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