Academic Group: Acute, Adult and Critical Care Nursing
David Ring joined Middlesex University in 1998. Previously a community-based clinical nurse specialist in palliative care. Interested in reflective practice, sociological issues in nursing, end of life care, racism and Islamophobia in nursing and HE.
RN - St Mary's School of Nursing
Recorded qualification: Teacher - Nursing & Midwifery Council
BSc (Hons.) Sociology - University of Bristol, BSc (Hons.) Cancer Nursing - University of Manchester
Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education - Middlesex University
MA Higher Education - Middlesex University
PhD candidate in nursing; An ethnographic study in the experiences of Muslims studying nursing in London.
Excellent English and adequate French.
Learning & Teaching Interests
Islamophobia and racism in nursing and nurse education Qualitative research; ethnography. Sociology of nursing Intersectionality White privilege Cancer nursing Palliative care Teaching and assessing in nursing Reflective practice
ML for Preparation for Professional Practice
Research Outputs & Interests
Students' perception of assessment and feedback NET 2016
"Becoming Visible: From Student to Staff Nurse" (2nd ed) (2018) (Ed). Sage Publications. Middlesex University Kortext.
Funded Research & Knowledge Exchange Projects
Undertaking research into Islamophobia and racism in nurse education
British Association for Islamic Studies Conference 2019
NET2019 - 'Islamophobia and nurse education'
Inclusivity in Nursing - 'Talking to White people about Islamophobia' - The Centre for Critical Research in Nursing and Midwifery (CCRNM) at Middlesex University
Engagement & Impact
Associate editor of Ethnicity & Health
Reviewer for the Journal of Clinical
Member of HAREDIN - Healthcare Academics' Race Equality Diversity and Inclusivity Network
Associate member of the Centre for Critical research in nursing and midwifery (CCRNM)