Dr Tina Day PhD, MSc, BSc, RN, Cert Ed, RNT, ENB100
Tina Day has a professional background in intensive care and high dependency nursing. She has previously worked as a consultant nurse for critical care outreach.
Dr Day is module leader for several modules at undergraduate and post graduate level. She is also Trust Lead/Account Manager for Chelsea and Westminster and The Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trusts, with whom the School has a contract for preregistration student nurse placements and an increasing post qualification contract. Tina is also pathway leader for the MSc Advanced Practice programme (generic pathway).
Dr Day is a member of the Acute and Critical Care Research group. She is on the Editorial Board of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing and has also reviewed for the International Journal of Nursing Studies.
Research and teaching interests
Dr Day’s clinical practice, teaching and research interests are in the field of critical care nursing. She has undertaken several studies using evaluation research and has methodological expertise in observation.
As a member of the pan-London critical care network (and lead of the education group), she has also undertaken research using a Delphi technique to develop national critical care competencies.
Dr Day's teaching interests are cardiac and respiratory care, site nurse practice, critical care and high dependency. She also teaches a wide variety of clinical skills. Dr Day supervises undergraduate, MSc and PhD students.
Tina Day has secured funding for two research studies, and her publication record reflects this clinical programme of research. Her research reviews are also a regular feature of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. She has presented her work at national and international conferences.Additional information
Dr Day maintains her clinical links through attachment to Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust where she has an honorary contract.
Recent publicationsBench S, Day TL, Griffiths P (2011) Involving users in the development of effective critical care discharge information; a focus group study with patients, relatives and health care staff. American Journal of Critical Care. In Press.
Bench S, Day T (2010) The user experience of critical care discharge: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research. Internation Journal of Nursing Studies. 47(4), 487-499
Day T, Iles N, Griffiths P (2009) Effect of performance feedback on tracheal suctioning knowledge and skills: randomised control trial. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65(7), 1423-1431
Day T (2007) Respiratory assessment in the recovery unit: essential skills for the perioperative practitioner. Journal of Advanced Perioperative Care. 3(2), 3-11
Day T, Bench S (2006) Breathing. In: Redfern, S, Ross F (2006) Nursing Older Adults. 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone
Dr Tina Day
Department of Critical Care
Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery
King's College London
James Clerk Maxwell Building
57 Waterloo Road
London SE1 8WA
+44 (0)20 7848 3540