Thursday, 25 February 2016

Roger Watson on the BBC

Professor Roger Watson was interviewed by the BBC's Jane Dreaper on the Radio 4 PM programme this week (23 February 2016) about nursing student bursaries; the link is here (about 39 minutes in).
Jane Dreaper
Roger Watson

When the link above expires then the full interview is available on this podcast and Roger's contribution is on this podcast.

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Successful bid for Widening Participation funding

Janice Nolan has been successful with two bids totalling £3435 to bring in Widening Participation Schools to the Faculty in in the coming months.

Monday, 15 February 2016

New publication by Jacquie White

Dr Jacquie White, Associate Dean, has co-authored:

Bressington D, Mui J, Chien WT, Lam C, White J, Gray R (2016) Refocusing on physical health: community psychiatric nurses' perceptions of using enhanced checks for people with severe mental illness International Journal of Mental Health Nursing doi: 10.1111/inm.12195

Jacquie White was teaching in Hong KongJacquie with participants

Our Associate Dean for Learning, Teaching and Quality, Dr Jacquie White, was at Kowloon Hospital from 9 – 20 January delivering a Medication Management Train the Trainers Course to  24 Community Psychiatric Nurses and liaising and attending research collaboration meetings at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Nursing h-index editorial co-authored by Roger Watson

Professor Roger Watson
Roger Watson has co-authored:

Watson R, McDonagh R, Thompson DR (2016) h-indices: an update on the performance of professors of nursing in the UK Journal of Advanced Nursing doi: 10.111/jan.12924

Saturday, 13 February 2016

New publication by Andrea Hilton and Roger Watson with Yanhua Chen

Yanhua Chen
Dr Andrea Hilton and Professor Roger Watson co-authored:

Roger Watson
Andrea Hilton

Chen Y, Watson R, Hilton A (2016) Areview of mentorship measurement tools Nurse Education Today doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2016.01.020

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Honorary Professorial appointment for Mark Hayter

Professor Mark Hayter has been appointed as Honorary Professor of Clinical Research by the Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust.

Mark says; 'I have worked with RDASH for a number of years on several research projects. This appointment cements that relationship and will help build links between the Trust and the Faculty of Health and Social Care at Hull. RDASH have an excellent research support infrastructure and are keen to grow their research profile through a partnership with the Faculty and University - working on this will be one of the key elements of this appointment.'

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Successful NIHR bid by Dr Fiona Cowdell

Dr Fiona Cowdell has just been awarded a research grant worth £270,000 by the Department of Health to investigate "Knowledge sharing in atopic eczema: understanding and enhancing mindlines and patientlines to improve experience and outcomes of primary care consultations and self-management practices"