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Dr Eloise Monger PhD BSc(Hons) RGN FHEA

Lecturer in Critical Care Nursing

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Dr Eloise Monger is a lecturer in Critical Care Nursing. She leads on the School’s Clinical Skills provision and has a national reputation for expertise in the use of simulation in nurse education. Her research interests relate to the use of technology in health care, in particular the analysis of video, annotation tools and Smart applications.

Anything to improve care for patients is a really good idea – but technological solutions don’t always do exactly what we wanted them to,  and sometimes they damage the way we work. We need to fix that.

Eloise is an Intensive Care Nurse by background. As well as teaching Critical Care and Research methods topics across the Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes, she is responsible for the strategic management of the Clinical Skills provision within Health Sciences. Her research interests focus on the use of Simulation in healthcare education, Video Analysis, and the development of technology/web science applications in Health Sciences. Her PhD was affiliated to the Institute of Web Science.

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Book Chapters

  • Weal, M., Monger, E., & Gobbi, M. (2016). Semantic annotation of skills-based sessions. In A. Glasper, & C. Rees (Eds.), Nursing and Healthcare Research at a Glance (pp. 180-181). Chichester, GB: Wiley.
  • Monger, E., Weal, M., & Gobbi, M. (2016). Video-view-point. In A. Glasper, & C. Rees (Eds.), Nursing and Healthcare Research at a Glance (pp. 176-177). Chichester, GB: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Watkinson, G., Spencer, A., Monger, E., Weaver, M., Gobbi, M., & HIMSS (2006). Case Study 17A: using technology to teach clinical skills. In C. A. Weaver, C. W. Delaney, P. Weber, & R. Carr (Eds.), Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century: an International Look at Practice, Trends and the Future (pp. 195-200). Chicago, USA: Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.



Dr Eloise Monger
Health Sciences Student Office University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 67/3059

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