Assistant Professor, Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences
Yusrita graduated as a nurse in 2002. In 2003 she graduated from Cardiff University with a Bachelor in Adult Nursing. In 2006 Yusrita completed her studies at the University of Liverpool in MSc in Healthcare Ethics and worked as an Education Officer before starting her PhD. Yusrita's PhD thesis explored the understanding of the ethical dimension in nursing practice.
Yusrita has been convening ethics-related modules such as HN-5014 Ethics and Law in Nursing Practice, HM-5104 Medical Ethics and Legal Issues and HN-2206 / HW-2206 Law and Ethics for Health Professionals. She has acted as Cohort Coordinator for Diploma and Bachelor nursing programmes and recently act as Postgraduate Coordinator for the Masters of Nursing by Coursework (2020 - 2022).
Research interests of Yusrita revolve around the ethical practice and the nurses ' professional conduct. She is especially interested in nurses' professional and personal values and how these values influence nursing practice. Her current interest in research focuses on different facets of the ethical element of nursing practice through her ongoing supervision of nursing ethics projects with undergraduate final year students. Yusrita also has an interest in the teaching of nursing ethics, particularly when she first introduced the teaching of nursing ethics using Class Debate in 2016.
Yusrita currently oversees one PhD project, three Master Projects (1 completed in 2018), and a total of 18 Undergraduate Research projects (5 completed). Yusrita has been a member of the IHS Research Ethics Committee (IHSREC) since 2016 and currently Chair the Committee (2019-2021). Additionally, she is a member of the International Ethics Education Association. As part of her professional responsibilities, Yusrita is also a reviewer for several journals such as Nursing Ethics, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry and Nursing Open.
In 2019 she was awarded Human Rights and Nursing Awards from the Observatory of International Care Ethics (ICE), University of Surrey, UK. See the Nursing Ethics 2019 website for more information https:/journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0969733019846758
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Edinburgh
Thesis: Bruneian nurses' perceptions of ethical dimensions in nursing practice
Master of Science in Healthcare Ethics, University of Liverpool
Thesis: Infected healthcare workers: Should patients be informed?
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1. Zolkefli, Y (2020) Ethical leadership in nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Malaysian Journal of Nursing [In-Press]
2. Zolkefli, Y (2020) Disclosure of mental health status to employers in a healthcare context. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences [In-Press]
3. Zolkefli, Y (2020) Be honest: individuals’ moral responsibility within the COVID-19 context. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences [In-Press]
4. Zolkefli, Y (2020) Ethical reflections of patient adherence to treatment plans. International Journal of Care Scholars [In-Press]
5. Zolkefli Y (2019) Negotiated ethical responsibility: Bruneian nurses' perceptions of ethical dimensions in nursing practice. Nursing Ethics, 26 (7-8): 1992-2005
6. Zolkefli Y (2018) The ethics of truth-telling in health-care settings. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences,25 (3), 135-139
7. Zolkefli Y (2017) Evaluating the concept of choice in health care. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, 24 (6), 75-79
8. Zolkefli Y (2017) Patient autonomy in health care ethics - A concept analysis. Brunei Darussalam Journal of Health, 7 (1), 43-52
1. Zolkefli Y (2018) The ethics of truth-telling in health-care settings. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences,25 (3), 135-139
2. Zolkefli Y (2017) Evaluating the concept of choice in health care. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, 24 (6), 75-79
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