Friday, 29 April 2016

Book chapter by Fiona Cowdell

Dr Fiona Cowdell has published a book chapter titled: 'Psychosocial effects and nursing interventions for dermatological disease and psychodermatoses' in this new book:

Monday, 25 April 2016

Nicki Credland to coordinate Nursing Standard Series

Nicki Credland, Lecturere in Critical Care has accepted a contract as series co-ordinator for 22 specialist critical care articles for Nursing Standard. They will be published late 2016 early 2017. Topics include inotropes,  sepsis,  sedation, arterial blood gas analysis,  acute renal failure and haemofiltration, invasive ventilation and endotracheal intubation

Friday, 22 April 2016

Professor Mark Hayter's visit to Doha, Qatar

Professor Mark Hayter was at the Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) in Doha, Qatar this week presenting two seminars on qualitative research and meeting with academic and clinical nursing staff to explore PhD and research opportunities. Mark is pictured here with Professor Richard Gray, Director of the Health Services and Population Research Centre at HMC.

How to inform relatives and loved ones of a patient’s death

Mags Guest
Mags Guest has published:

Guest M (2016) How to inform relatives and loved ones of a patient’s death. Nursing Standard 30:34, 36-38

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Effective Non-Medical Prescribing in Mental Health, 27 September 2016, Hallam Conference Centre, London

Kirsty Fishburn
Kirsty Fishburn, Mental Health Lecturer in the Faculty is presenting: Non Medical Prescribing in Mental Health at this conference.To tweet about the conference use #NMPrescribingMental and mention @HCUK

Friday, 8 April 2016

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Sunday, 3 April 2016

Kate Heaney and Jane Gill nominated for Student-Led Teaching Award

Kate Heaney, an administrator in the Faculty, has been shortlisted for the HUU Student-Led Teaching Awards in the Administration and Support Staff category.  Jane Gill, a lecturer in the Faculty has also been shortlisted. The shortlist was announced on the Hull University Union website

Other members of the Faculty have been shortlisted in previous years (Mike Parker, twice, and Kate Bowers), with Mike winning his category two years ago. Kate is the first non-academic member of staff in the Faculty to be shortlisted. 

Friday, 1 April 2016

Donald Trump invited to launch new Faculty of Health & Social Work

Possible US Presidential candidate, the business man Donald Trump, has been invited to the University of Hull to launch the new Faculty of Health and Social Care.

Mr Trump, who will be accompanied by his wife, will give a speech based on his developing philosophy of healthcare:

  • All healthcare to be paid for at the point of delivery
  • People ought to take responsibilty for their own health and nobody else's
  • Registed nursing ought to be scrapped in favour of cheaper alternatives
  • Information about your health status ought to be freely available for all relavent authorities to see
  • Less money should be spent on healthcare
  • Five of the 6Cs ought to be abandoned - starting with 'compassion'
  • Other nationals should have no access to your healthcare system
  • Our country our rules
  • Lower taxes for all

Security will be very tight for this event and advanced booking must be made to the University of Hull Security office and this can be done online.