Martin Hind

Martin Hind

  • 01202 962190
  • mhind at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Critical Care
  • Royal London House R121, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

Martin is an experienced academic with a strong background in Health and Social Care Research with a former clinical background in Perioperative and Critical Care.

Martin has considerable experience of teaching research methods (all levels) and engaging in a wide spectrum of health and social care research projects across the quantitative and qualitative methodologies. Other areas of notable research-based expertise include the principles and practice of research ethics across NHS and Social Care agencies and forums where Martin is a full member of the Bournemouth University Research Ethics Committee.

Martin facilitates a research supervisor’s support group for his faculty and also offers expert support to students and staff with use of the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS).

Journal Articles

Books

Chapters

  • Hind, M., 2000. Principles of safe practice in the perioperative environment. In: Hind, M. and Wicker, P., eds. Principles of perioperative practice. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
  • Hind, M., 2000. Accountability and the law in perioperative care. In: Hind, M. and Wicker, P., eds. Principles of perioperative practice. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.

Conferences

  • Acharya, J., van Teijlingen, E., Hind, M. and Murphy, J., 2017. Food belief practices amongst rural and urban mothers in Nepal: A qualitative overview. In: BNAC 15th Nepal Study Days, 12-13 April 2017, 12-13 April 2017 Bournemouth. London: http://bnac.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/BNAC-NSD-2017-Abstracts.pdf, 1-16.
  • Bond, M. and Hind, M., 2016. Message from the OOPSLA artifact evaluation chairs. iv.
  • Acharya, J., van Teijlingen, E., murphy, J. and hind, M., 2016. ‘A Comparative Study on Nutritional Problems in Preschool Aged Children of Kaski district of Nepal’. In: Britain-Nepal Academic Council (BNAC) 14th Annual Nepal Study Days 15 April 2016 liverpool.
  • Acharya, J., Van Teijlingen, E., Murphy, J. and Hind, M., 2015. A Comparative Study on Nutritional Problems in Preschool Aged Children of Nepal. In: “The Micronutrient Forum Global Conference – Bridging Discovery and Delivery 2-6 June 2014 Addis Ababa. SCIENCEDOMAIN international, 389.
  • Hean, S., Barr, H., Borthwick, A., Carr, E.C.J., Craddock, D., Dickinson, C., Hammick, M., Hind, M., Miers, M. and O'Halloran, C., 2008. Evolving IPE theory for practice: the outcomes of discussion from a seminar series. In: Altogether Better Health IV 1-5 June 2008 Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Hind, M., 2003. Professionals and practice: enhancing perioperative care by overcoming interprofessional barriers. In: European Operating Nurses Association Congress 2003.
  • Hind, M., 2001. Developing interprofessional roles in the operating department. In: Irish Nurses Organisation, Theatre Nurses Section Annual Conference 2001.
  • Hind, M., 2001. Enhancing the nursing presence in theatres. In: Annual Congress of the National Association of Theatre Nurses 2001.
  • Hind, M., 2000. Exploring the patients' experience of cataract surgery under local anaesthesia. In: European Operating Nurses Congress 2000.
  • Hind, M., 2000. Expanding the role of the critical care nurse. In: Critical Care Staffing Conference 2000.

Reports

  • Scammell, J., Tait, D., Spriggs, A., Hind, M., Belchamber, C. and van Teijlingen, E., 2015. Dorset Adult Integrated Care Service (DAIRS): Service Evalaution. Bournemouth University: Bournemouth University.
  • Hind, M., Cripps, M., Field, D., Keane, T. and Reid, J., 2001. Patients’ experience of cataract surgery. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.
  • Andrewes, C., Hind, M., Galvin, K.T., Jackson, D. and Platt-Mellor, S., 1997. An exploration of interprofessional working and learning in the operating department. A collaborative project between Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth University and Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospital NHS Trust. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.

Grants

  • Service Evaluation of a newly established DAIRS Service (Wessex AHSN, 01 Dec 2014). Completed

Qualifications

  • PhD in Health and Social Care (Kings College London, 2010)
  • MSc in Nursing (London University, 1997)
  • PGCE in Education (London University, 1993)
  • BSc (Hons) in Nursing (Bournemouth University, 1992)

Memberships

  • Nursing and Midwifery Council, Member (1987-2025),
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