Sarah Eales

Dr Sarah Eales

  • 01202 962261
  • seales at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing
  • Bournemouth House B413, 19 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LH
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Biography

Sarah Eales has worked within the field of Liaison Mental Health Care for fifteen years, as a researcher, clinician and academic. Sarah completed a PhD on the Service User Experience of Liaison Mental Health Care in 2013. Until 2014 Sarah ran a BSc/ MSc 15 credit module in Liaison Mental Health Care at City University, London. The module was based on the original Liaison Mental Health Nursing Competencies written in 2004. Sarah was part of the group which developed the Liaison Nursing Competencies and led the 2014 update. Sarah is a member of the Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry Executive Committee and the Psychiatric Liaison Accreditation Network Accreditation Committee. As a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at City University London Sarah was the Programme Manager for the Pre-registration Mental Health Nursing programme for 6 years. She joined the academic staff at Bournemouth University on 2014 as a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing.

Favourites

  • Eales, S., Callaghan, P. and Johnson, B., 2006. Service users and other stakeholders' evaluation of a liaison mental health service in an accident and emergency department and a general hospital setting. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, 13 (1), 70-77.
  • Eales, S., 2015. Liaison Mental Health Services. Oxford Handbook of Mental Health Nursing. Oxford University Press, USA.

Journal Articles

  • Ross, J., Jones, J., Callaghan, P., Eales, S. and Ashman, N., 2009. A survey of stress, job satisfaction and burnout among haemodialysis staff. J Ren Care, 35 (3), 127-133.
  • Eales, S., Callaghan, P. and Johnson, B., 2006. Service users and other stakeholders' evaluation of a liaison mental health service in an accident and emergency department and a general hospital setting. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, 13 (1), 70-77.
  • Turner, L., Callaghan, P., Eales, S. and Park, A., 2004. Evaluating the introduction of a pilot client attachment scheme in mental health nursing education. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, 11 (4), 414-421.
  • Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Coates, T. and Bowers, L., 2003. A review of research on the structure, process and outcome of liaison mental health services. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, 10 (2), 155-165.
  • Bowers, L., Crowhurst, N., Alexander, J., Eales, S., Guy, S. and McCann, E., 2003. Psychiatric nurses' views on criteria for psychiatric intensive care: acute and intensive care staff compared. Int J Nurs Stud, 40 (2), 145-152.
  • Bowers, L., Crowhurst, N., Alexander, J., Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Guy, S., McCann, E. and Ryan, C., 2002. Safety and security policies on psychiatric acute admission wards: results from a London-wide survey. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs, 9 (4), 427-433.
  • Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Coats, T., Bowers, L. and Bunker, J., 2002. Patient feedback on liaison mental health care in A&E. Nurs Times, 98 (21), 34-36.
  • Callaghan, P., Eales, S., Leigh, L., Smith, A. and Nichols, J., 2001. Characteristics of an Accident and Emergency liaison mental health service in East London. J Adv Nurs, 35 (6), 812-818.

Chapters

  • Eales, S., 2015. Liaison Mental Health Services. Oxford Handbook of Mental Health Nursing. Oxford University Press, USA.
  • Eales, S., 2009. Risk Assessment and Management. In: Callaghan, P., Playle, J. and Cooper, L., eds. Mental Health Nursing Skills. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 164-172.

Conferences

  • Eales, S., 2016. The needs of senior nurses and their teams in liaison psychiatry. In: Psychiatric Liaison Accreditation Network (PLAN) News and events PLAN Annual Forum 2016: Improving Mental Healthcare in General Hospitals 26 February 2016 London.
  • Eales, S. and Chartres, K., 2015. What does it take to make a great MH Liaison Nurse. In: Royal College of Psychiatrists Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry Annual Residential Conference 13-15 May 2015 London.

Reports

Others

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Managing Mental Health in Non-Mental Health Settings - Level 6 and 7

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Reviewing the Literature to Inform Practice - Level 6
  • Mental Health Nursing in Specific Settings - Level 6
  • Cultural Competence in Mental Health Nursing - Level 7
  • The Value Base of Mental Health Nursing - Level 5

Grants

  • THIPP – Tower Hamlets Integrated Provider Partnership – Development of Core Competencies for Integrated Care Community Health Teams (East London NHS Foundation Trust, 01 Nov 2016). Awarded

External Responsibilities

  • NICE & NCCMH, Expert Reference Group Member (2016-2017)

Memberships

  • Higher Education Academy, Fellow (2015-),
  • Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC), Member (1994-), https://www.nmc.org.uk/
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