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Angela Stewart

Principal Academic Staff Member

Angela-StewartQualifications

  • MMS (1st Class Hons) University of Waikato (2005)
  • PGCert Counselling (Clinical Supervision) University of Waikato (2009)
  • BSocSci, University of Waikato (1992)
  • AdDipN, (Mental Health)
  • RN
  • CTT

Areas of Expertise

  • Leadership and management, communication, emotional work and emotional display rules within organisations.
  • Solution-focused strengths-based work and clinical supervision.
  • Undergraduate and Postgraduate Nursing

Industry Experience, Affiliation and Achievements

Clinical background in adult general surgery, adult orthopaedics, rehabilitation and mental health.

Research and Scholarly Activity

  • Research activities include Responding to Negatively Emotive E-mails within Organizations: Communicative Strategies and Their Origins and Clinical supervision.
  • Crocket, K., Cahill, F., Franklin, J., McGill, R., Mulcahy, D., Stewart, A., Whalan, M., & Flanagan, P. (2009) Possibilities and limits of cross-disciplinary supervision: An exploratory study. New Zealand Journal of Counselling 29,(2) pp 25-43.
  • Crocket, K., Cahill, F., Franklin, J., McGill, R., Mulcahy, D., Stewart, A., Whalan, M., & Flanagan, P. (2010) Possibilities and limits of cross-disciplinary supervision: An exploratory study. Paper presented at the Aotearoa Professional Supervision Conference. Common threads, Different patterns.
  • Stewart, A & Boladeras, R. (2007) Introducing undergraduate mental health pathway students to strengths-based group supervision. Paper presented at the New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses Conference.
  • Stewart, A & Zorn, T. (2007) Responding to Negatively Emotive Emails Within Organisations: Communicative Strategies and their Origins. Paper presented at the National Communication Association conference in Chicago.
  • Boladeras, R. & Stewart, A. (2006) Strengths-based Group Supervision with Student Nurses- Preparation Process and Praxis. Paper presented at the Strengths-based Practice Conference in Brisbane.
  • Stewart, Jane and Dannenfeldt, Gudrun and Stewart, Angela and Stewart, Kevin and Fester, Victor and McHaffie, Jackie and Williams,
  • Pam and Hipkins, Rose (2011) Rethinking assessment for the science modules in the first year nursing programme: Final project report. Project Report. Ako Aotearoa, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Rethinking assessment of competence within a first year nursing science module: Herdsa Conference. Gold Coast Australia
  • Stewart, Jane & Stewart, Angela (2011) Assessing science informed competency in the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing: ANEC conference Hamilton New Zealand.