Desiree Tait

Dr Desiree Tait

  • 01202 967315
  • dtait at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Principal Academic
  • Bournemouth House B244a, 19 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LH
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Journal Articles

Books

Chapters

  • Tait, D. and White, S., 2018. Humanised care and clinical decision making in critical care. In: Tait, D. and White, S., eds. Critical Care Nursing: the Humanised Approach. London: SAGE Publications Limited, 5-34.
  • Tait, D. and White, S., 2018. What triggers critical illness? In: Tait, D. and White, S., eds. Critical Care Nursing: the Humanised Approach. London: SAGE Publications Limited, 35-68.
  • Tait, D. and White, S., 2018. Acute kidney injury- case study Brian. In: Tait, D., ed. Critical Care Nursing: the Humanised Approach. London: SAGE Publications Limited, 135-160.
  • Tait, D. and Gagan, M., 2018. legal and ethical issues in critical care- case study Mrs B. In: Tait, D. and White, S., eds. Critical Care Nursing: the Humanised Approach. London: SAGE Publications Limited, 223-242.
  • Tait, D. and White, S., 2018. The impact of critical illness on recovery and rehabilitation. In: Tait, D. and White, S., eds. Critical Care Nursing: the Humanised Approach. London: SAGE Publications Limited, 243-258.
  • Tait, D., 2016. Assessing, recognising and responding to acute and critical illness. In: Tait, D., James, J., Williams, C. and Barton, D., eds. Acute and Critical Care in Adult Nursing. London: Sage: Learning Matters, 4-28.
  • Tait, D., 2016. The patient who needs respiratory support. In: Tait, D., James, J., Williams, C. and Barton, D., eds. Acute and Critical Care in Adult Nursing. London: Sage: Learning Matters, 52-83.
  • Tait, D., 2016. The patient in shock. In: Tait, D., James, J., Williams, C. and Barton, D., eds. Acute and Critical Care in Adult Nursing. London: Sage: Learning Matters, 122-146.
  • Tait, D., 2016. The patient with sepsis and distributive shock. In: Tait, D., James, J., Williams, C. and Barton, D., eds. Acute and Critical Care in Adult Nursing. London: Sage: Learning Matters, 147-173.
  • Tait, D., 2016. The patient with delirium. In: Tait, D., James, J., Williams, C. and Barton, D., eds. Acute and Critical Care in Adult Nursing. London: Sage: Learning Matters, 174-190.
  • Tait, D. and Hanson, S., 2016. The Patient with acute kidney injury. In: Tait, D., ed. Acute and Critical Care in Adult Nursing. London: Learning Matters, 191-218.

Conferences

  • Scammell, J., Tait, D. and White, S., 2019. Nurse students have the ‘right’ values but how do they retain them? Exploring the impact of a curriculum based on a humanising philosophy on student values from pre-registration programme commencement through to completion. In: STTI 4th European Region Conference 3-6 June 2018 Cambridge UK.
  • Scammell, J., Tait, D. and White, S., 2018. Nursing students’ values from selection to qualification: a longitudinal study of how students describe their values when exposed to a curriculum based on a humanising philosophy. In: NETNEP 2018 6-9 May 2018 Banff, Canada.
  • Clark, C., Bellamy, R. and Tait, D., 2018. Development of an interprofessional questionnaire to identify attitudes and beliefs relating to pain management in students on multiple health programmes. In: Obbard, K., ed. Annual Scientific Meeting British Pain Society 1-2 May 2018 Brighton, UK. SAGE Publications, 21.
  • Tait, D., Bellamy, R. and Clark, C., 2018. Attitudes and beliefs relating to pain management among undergraduate students in six health care programmes. In: Obbard, K., ed. Annual Scientific Meeting British Pain Society 1-2 May 2018 Brighton, UK. SAGE Publications, 20-21.
  • Scammell, J., Tait, D. and White, S., 2016. Using a lifeworld approach to explore nurse student values: a longitudinal study. In: 3rd European Conference of STTI Nursing Scholarship Society 5-8 June 2016 Utrecht, Netherlands.

Reports

Grants

  • Service Evaluation of a newly established DAIRS Service (Wessex AHSN, 01 Dec 2014). Completed

Qualifications

  • Dr Nursing Science in Nurses experience of recognizing deterioration (University of Wales Swansea, 2009)
  • MSc Nursing in Ethnography of nurses' work in ITU (University of Wales Cardiff, 1997)
  • Diploma in Nurse Education in Curriculum development and adult learning (English national Board (Royal College of Nursing, London), 1988)
  • Diploma in Nursing in Adult acute and critical care nursing (University of London, 1986)
  • Registered General Nurse in Nursing (General nursing Council, 1980)

Memberships

  • British Association of Critical Care Nurses, Member (2000-),
  • Higher Education Academy, Senior Fellow (2015-),
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council, Member (1980-2019),
  • Sigma theta Tau International, Phi Mu Chapter, Member,
The data on this page was last updated at 04:06 on July 22, 2019.