Academic Staff Member
- Master of Arts (with Health Psychology Endorsement) 2009 (Massey University)
- Certificate in Adult Teaching 2003 (Whitireia New Zealand)
- Te Tiriti o Waitangi Level 1 2002 (Whitireia New Zealand)
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) 1994 (Victoria University of Wellington)
- Diploma in Comprehensive Nursing (via Bridging Course) 1989 (Wellington Polytechnic)
- Psychopaedic Nursing Registration 1987 (Kimberly Hospital & Training School)
- Bachelor of Arts 1984 (Victoria University of Wellington)
Area of Expertise
- Nursing Education
- Emergency and Trauma nursing
- Completed Master’s thesis looking at patients attitudes to analgesics
- Developed Clinical Simulation Sessions for undergraduate nurses
Industry Experience, Affiliation and Achievements
- 15 years in Emergency and Trauma nursing
- 5 years in Orthopaedic nursing
- 5 years Psychopaedic nursing
- 11 years nursing education – teaching in leadership and management; research; cultural safety; professional nursing and practice papers
- 5 years coordinating and leading a teaching team
Participated in Curriculum Review, Whitireia Community Polytechnic, 2008 & 2011 and implemented new curriculum in 2013.
Research and Scholarly Activity
- Co-authored presentation at New Zealand Association of Simulation in Healthcare Conference 2012 on delivering high quality simulation experiences to large groups of Bachelor of Nursing students.
- Australasian Nurse Educators Conference (ANEC) 2011 entitled “Students still fishing!”
- Australasian Nurse Educators Conference (ANEC) 2009 entitled “Teaching students to fish: Reflecting on the introduction of CBL in an undergraduate Bachelor of Nursing programme”.
- Lemow, J. (2004). Measuring the competence of agency nurses. Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand, 10(7), 12-14.
- Lemow, J. (2004). Continuing competencies: a conversation based on the novel 'Pride and Prejudice' by Jane Austen. Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand, 10(10), p.13.
Member of Whitireia Journal Editorial Committee from 2008 – 2013