Frances Gordon

Professor Frances Gordon joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2002 and is a nurse by professional background. She completed her master of Education degree in 1990 at the University of Aberdeen and was awarded a research fellowship by the National Board for Scotland for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting to undertake doctoral studies, completing her PhD, again from the University of Aberdeen, in 2000. She was awarded a personal chair in Interprofessional Education by Sheffield Hallam University in 2007 in recognition of her national and international reputation in the field of interprofessional education in health and social care. Presently, at Sheffield Hallam University she is Head of Interprofessional and Multidisciplinary Learning and Co-Director of the Centre for Interprofessional eLearning (CIPeL).


Interprofessional E-Learning and Collaborative Work: Practices and Technologies
Adrian Bromage, Lynn Clouder, Jill Thistlethwaite, Frances Gordon. © 2010. 480 pages.
Interprofessionalism, an emerging model and philosophy of multi-disciplinary and multi-agency working, has in increasingly become an important means of cultivating joint...
Involving Service Users Through Digital Means to Enhance Interprofessional Learning
Frances Gordon, Karen Booth, Helen Bywater. © 2010. 12 pages.
This chapter will provide guidance for educational practice founded on theory and on the experience of involving service users and carers in student education. Whilst this is an...
Pedagogical Directions in Creating Interprofessional E-Learning Materials
Frances Gordon, Karen Booth, Helen Bywater. © 2010. 13 pages.
This chapter will provide new insights around the underpinning pedagogy of e-learning that supports the development of collaborative skills in health and social care. It will...