Jan Liddell

Jan Liddell

​Academic Staff Member

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Awards

Qualifications

  • Certificate in Adult Tertiary Education, Wintec, 2011.
  • Certificate in Adult Teaching, Wintec, 2007.
  • Certificate Cervical Smear Takers, Wintec 1998.
  • Diploma in Comprehensive Nursing, Wintec, 1989.
  • Registered Nurse.

Areas of expertise

  • Māori Health.
  • Cultural Safety and Te Tiriti o Waitangi education.
  • Women’s health.
  • Flexible delivery of undergraduate nursing education. 

Industry experience, affiliations, and achievements

  • Clinical experience in working in the community and hospital settings with an emphasis on Māori health, ENT, ophthalmology, oncology (adults), women’s health and primary health care.
  • Member of Wharangi Ruamano (National Maori Nurse Educators).
  • NZ Nurse Education and NZNO scholarship recipient, 2016.
  • Ngati Kahangungu Iwi scholarship, 2016.

Research activity

  • ‘Transitioning to a Flipped Model’. Presented at Wintec Research Poster Night, 2016, with Laing, J., McDonald, C., & Syrett, N.
  • ‘Tihei Mauri Ora’. Presented at Australasian Nurse Educators Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 2015, with McHaffie, J. & Syminton, K.
  • ‘Tihei Mauri Ora’. Presented at World Indigenous Peoples Conference (WIPCE), Honolulu, Hawaii, 2014.
  • ‘Tihei Mauri Ora: A distinctive approach’. Presented at Australasian Nurse Educators Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 2011, with Te Apatu, H., McHaffie, J. & Syminton, K.

Select publications

  • TeApatu, H., Liddell, J. & Shahtahmasebi, S. (2016). Paper 111: The Bi-cultural meaning of Kaiawhina.
  • TeApatu, H., Liddell, J. & Shahtahmasebi. (2015). Paper 11: The cultural meaning of Kaiawhina.
  • TeApatu, H., Liddell, J. & Shahtahmasebi. (2015). Paper 1: The cultural meaning of Kaiawhina.
  • TeApatu, H., Liddell, J. N. & Shahtahmasebi, S. (2014). Indigenous Research: Culturally relevant methodology.
  • Liddell, J., Te Apatu, K Syminton, J McHaffie. (2014). Tihei Mauri Ora. A retention programme supporting Maori student achievement.
  • Liddell, J. & Shahtahmasebi, S. (2011). Learning Through the Life Span: A Conceptual Virtual Simulation Model.

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