Sarah Hean

Dr Sarah Hean

  • 01202 962201
  • shean at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Professor
  • Royal London House R118, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

Dr Hean is a professor of Social Sciences at Bournemouth University with expertise in interprofessional education (IPE), collaborative practice between the mental health and criminal justice systems, interagency practice in general, practice development, interprofessional education, communities of practice and questionnaire development.

She is currently principal investigator and coordinator of the COLAB consortium, an UiS led and EU funded MCA RISE programme aiming to improve collaborations between criminal justice and welfare services (2017 - 2021).

Journal Articles

  • Hean, S., Wilumsen,, E. and Ødegård, A., 2018. Making sense of interactions between mental health and criminal justice services: the utility of cultural historical activity systems theory. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 14 (2).
  • Hean, S., Odegard, A. and Willumsen, E., 2017. Improving collaboration between professionals supporting mentally ill offenders. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRISONER HEALTH, 13 (2), 91-104.
  • Hean, S., Willumsen, E. and Odegard, A., 2017. Collaborative practices between correctional and mental health services in Norway: Expanding the roles and responsibility competence domain. JOURNAL OF INTERPROFESSIONAL CARE, 31 (1), 18-27.
  • Heaslip, V., Hean, S. and Parker, J., 2017. The etemic model of Gypsy Roma Traveller community vulnerability: Is it time to rethink our understanding of vulnerability? Journal of Clinical Nursing.
  • Harding, A.J.E., Parker, J., Hean, S. and Hemingway, A., 2016. Efficacy of Telephone Information and Advice on Welfare: the Need for Realist Evaluation. Social Policy and Society, 1-21.
  • Heaslip, V., Hean, S. and Parker, J., 2016. Lived experience of vulnerability from a Gypsy Roma Traveller perspective. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NURSING, 25 (13-14), 1987-1998.
  • Hean, S., Anderson, L., Green, C., John, C., Pitt, R. and O'Halloran, C., 2016. Reviews of theoretical frameworks: Challenges and judging the quality of theory application. MEDICAL TEACHER, 38 (6), 613-620.
  • Green, C., Taylor, C., Buckley, S. and Hean, S., 2016. Beyond synthesis: augmenting systematic review procedures with practical principles to optimise impact and uptake in educational policy and practice. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH & METHOD IN EDUCATION, 39 (3), 329-344.
  • Hean, S., Willumsen, E., Odegard, A. and Bjorkly, S., 2015. Using Social Innovation as a Theoretical Framework to Guide Future Thinking on Facilitating Collaboration Between Mental Health and Criminal Justice Services. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH, 14 (4), 280-289.
  • Hean, S., Staddon, S., Clapper, A., Fenge, L.A., Heaslip, V. and Jack, E., 2014. Improving collaborative practice to address offender mental health: criminal justice and mental health service professionals’ attitudes towards interagency training, current training needs and constraints,. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education.
  • Fenge, L.A., Hean, S., Staddon, S., Clapper, A., Heaslip, V. and Jack, E., 2014. Mental health and the criminal justice system: The role of interagency training to promote practitioner understanding of the diversion agenda. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 36 (1), 36-46.
  • Hean, S., Barr, H., Mugambi, W., Frantz, J. and O'Halloran, C., 2014. Professor Ratie Mpofu IN MEMORIAM. JOURNAL OF INTERPROFESSIONAL CARE, 28 (1), 87.
  • Hean, S., Hewitt-Taylor, J., Cash, M., Buckley, H. and van Teijlingen, E., 2013. A nurse's role in promoting social capital in children and young people. Nurs Child Young People, 25 (1), 19-23.
  • Reeves, S. and Hean, S., 2013. WHY WE NEED THEORY TO HELP US BETTER UNDERSTAND THE NATURE OF INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION, PRACTICE AND CARE. Journal of Interprofessiona Care.
  • Craddock, D., O'Halloran, C., McPherson, K., Hean, S. and Hammick, M., 2013. A top down approach impedes the use of theory? Interprofessional educational leaders’ approaches to curriculum development and the use of learning theory. lJourna of Interprofessional Care.
  • Hean, S., O'Halloran, C., Craddock, D., Hammick, M. and Pitt, R., 2013. Testing theory in Interprofessional Education: social capital as a case study. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
  • Hean, S., Fenge, L.-A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S., 2013. Keeping informed during times of economic down turn: the trusted amateur as a preferred source of financial information. Public Money and Management.
  • Hewitt-Taylor, J., Bond, C., Hean, S. and Barker, S., 2013. The experiences of older people who live with a long-term condition. Nursing Older People, 25 (6), 21-25.
  • Hewittt Taylor, J., Bond, C.S., Hean, S. and Barker, S., 2013. "The experiences of older people who live with a long-term condition.". Journal Nursing Older People.
  • Hean, S., Hean, S. et al., 2012. IN-2-THEORY – Interprofessional theory, scholarship and collaboration: A community of practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
  • Fenge, L.-A., Hean, S., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S., 2012. The impact of the economic recession on wellbeing and quality of life of older people. Health and Social Care in the Community.
  • Thistlethwaite, J., Hean, S. et al., 2012. Introducing the Global Research Interprofessional Network (GRIN). Journal of Interprofessional Care, Early Online.
  • Hean, S., Craddock, D., Hammick, M. and Hammick, M., 2012. Theoretical insights into interprofessional education: AMEE Guide No. 62. Med Teach, 34 (2), e78-101.
  • Hean, S., Hewitt-Taylor, J., van Teijlingen, E., Cash, M. and Buckley, H., 2012. Promoting social capital in children and young people. Nursing Children and Young People.
  • Hean, S., Craddock, D. and Hammick, M., 2012. Theoretical Insights into Interprofessional Education. Medical Teacher, 34, 158-160.
  • Fenge, L.-A., Hean, S., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C., Fearnley, S. and Ersser, S., 2012. The impact of the economic recession on well-being and quality of life of older people. Health and Social Care in the Community, 20 (6), 617-624.
  • Hean, S., Heaslip, V., Warr, J. and Staddon, S., 2011. Exploring the potential for joint training between legal professionals in the criminal justice system and health and social care professionals in the mental-health services. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25, 196-202.
  • Hean, S., Nojeeb, N. and Warr, J., 2011. Developing an integrated Memory Assessment and Support Service for people with dementia. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 18, 81-88.
  • Hean, S. and Reeves, S., 2011. Formulating theoretical perspectives for interprofessional education and practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25, 237.
  • Hean, S., Warr, J., Heaslip, V. and Staddon, S., 2011. Exploring the potential for joint training between legal professionals in the Criminal Justice System and health and social care professionals in the Mental-Health Services. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25 (3), 196-202.
  • Hean, S., Heaslip, V., Warr, J., Bell, H. and Staddon, S., 2010. A women’s worker in court: A more appropriate service for women defendants with mental health issues? Perspectives in Public Health, 130, 91-96.
  • Hean, S., 2010. Three approaches to improving communication. Caring UK, 175, 25.
  • Hean, S., Craddock, D. and O'Halloran, C., 2009. Learning theories and interprofessional education: a user’s guide. Learning in Health and Social Care, 8, 250-262.
  • Hean, S., Warr, J. and Staddon, S., 2009. Challenges at the interface of working between mental health services and criminal justice system. Medicine, Science and the Law, 49, 170-178.
  • Pritchard, C. and Hean, S., 2008. Suicide and Undetermined Deaths among Youths and Young Adults in Latin America: Comparison with the 10 Major Developed Countries - A source of hidden suicides? Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 29, 145-153.
  • Hean, S., Macleod-Clark, J., Adams, K. and Humphris, D., 2006. Will opposites attract? Similarities and differences in students' perceptions of the stereotype profiles of other health and social care professional groups. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20, 162-181.
  • Hean, S., Macleod-Clark, J., Adams, K., Humphris, D. and Lathlean, J., 2006. Being seen by others as we see ourselves: the congruence between the ingroup and outgroup perceptions of health and social care students. Learning in Health and Social Care, 5, 10-22.
  • Adams, K., Hean, S., Sturgis, P. and Macleod-Clark, J., 2006. Investigating the factors influencing professional identity of first year health and social care students. Learning in Health and Social Care, 5, 55-68.
  • O'Halloran, C., Hean, S., Humphris, D. and Macleod-Clark, J., 2006. Developing common learning: the New Generation Project undergraduate curriculum model. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20, 12-28.
  • Hean, S. and Dickinson, C., 2005. The contact hypothesis: an exploration of its further potential in interprofessional education. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19, 480-491.
  • Humphris, D. and Hean, S., 2004. Educating the workforce: building the evidence about interprofessional learning. Journal of Health Service Research and Policy, 9, 24-27.
  • Hean, S., Cowley, S., Forbes, A., Griffiths, P. and Maben, J., 2003. The M-C-M' cycle and social capital. Social Science & Medicine, 56, 1061-1072.
  • Cowley, S. and Hean, S., 2002. Social capital in primary health care. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 3, 207-209.
  • Hean, S. and Garrett, R., 2001. Sources of job satisfaction in Science Secondary School teachers in Chile. Compare: a Journal of Comparative Education, 31, 363-379.

Books

  • Hean, S., Craddock, D. and Hammick, M., 2012. Theoretical Insights into Interprofessional Education. Dundee, Scotland: AMEE.

Chapters

  • Hean, S., Walsh, E. and Hammick, M., 2016. Training to improve collaborative practice: A key component of strategy to reduce mental ill health in the offender population. Mental Health, Crime and Criminal Justice: Responses and Reforms. 242-265.
  • Hean, S., 2016. Moving from atheoretical to theoretical approaches to interprofessional client-centred collaborative practice. In: Orchard, C., Herbert, C. and Bainbridge, L., eds. Interprofessional Client-Centred Collaborative Practice – What does it look like? How can it be achieved?. New York: NOVA Publishers.
  • Hean, S., 2015. Strengthening the links between practice and education in the development of collaborative competence frameworks. In: Vyt, A., Pahor, M and Tervaskanto-Maentausta, T., eds. Interprofessional education in Europe: Policy and practice. EIPEN.
  • Hean, S., 2015. Collaboration, Coproduction and Social Innovation. In: Willumsen, E., Ødegård, A. and Sirnes, T., eds. Innovation in the Public Sector. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
  • Hean, S., 2014. Developing theoretical Rigour in interprofessional. In: Willumsen, E., Ødegård, A. and Sirnes, T., eds. Collaboration: Theory and Practice. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
  • Hean, S. and Smith, S., 2013. Interprofessional Collaboration when Working with Older People. In: Barker, S., ed. Caring for Older People in Nursing. London: Learning Matters.
  • Anderson, L., Hean.S., O'Halloran, C., Pitt, R. and Hammick, M., 2013. Faculty Development for Interprofessional Education and Practice. In: Steinert, Y., ed. Health Professions - A Focus on Research and Practice. New York: Springer.
  • Hean, S., 2010. Cross-professional working and development. In: McSherry, R. and Warr, J., eds. Implementing Excellence in your Health Care Organization: Managing, Leading and Collaborating. Maidenhead: Open University Press, 61-79.
  • Hean, S., 2009. The measurement of stereotypes in the evaluation of Interprofessional Education. In: Jackson, J. and Blateau, P., eds. Innovation, Implementation and evaluation: the keys to unlocking InterProfessional Learning.. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hean, S., 2009. The measurement of stereotypes in the evaluation of Interprofessional Education. In: Jackson, J. and Blateau, P., eds. Innovation, Implementation and evaluation: the keys to unlocking InterProfessional Learning. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hean, S. and Matthews, M., 2007. Applying work motivation theories to articulate the challenges of providing effective doctoral supervision. Enhancing Higher Education, Theory and Scholarship, Proceedings of the 30th HERDSA Annual Conference [CD-ROM], Adelaide, 8-11 July. Milperra, New South Wales, Australia: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia.
  • Hean, S., Cowley, S., Forbes, A. and Griffiths, P., 2004. Theoretical development and social capital measurement. In: Morgan, A. and Swann, C., eds. Social capital for health: issues of definition, measurement and links to health. London: NHS Health Development Agency., 41-68.
  • Hean, S., 2002. Social capital and its measurement. In: Bates, P., ed. Working for inclusion: making social inclusion a reality for people with severe mental health problems. London: The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
  • Hean, S., 1998. Secondary Science Education in Chile. In: Aedo-Richmond, R., ed. Current Research on Latin American Education: proceedings of the one day Regional Conference of the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) in association with the UK Seminar on Latin American Education. London: BAICE.
  • Hean, S., 1997. Secondary science education in Chile: a project proposal. In: Aedo Richmond, R. and Brock, C., eds. Proceedings of the Annual Latin American Conference on Education. Oxford: University of Oxford.

Conferences

  • Hean, S., Bjorkly, S. and Ødegård, A., 2017. Interprofessional collaboration during offender transitions: Theoretical considerations, working models and the potential of the HCR-20. In: European Congress on Violence in Psychiatry 26-28 October 2017 Dublin.
  • Hean, S., Willumsen, E. and Ødegård, A., 2016. Joint activity systems within the boundary space between mental health and correctional services. In: European Organisation of Organisational Studies 7-9 July 2016 Joint activity systems within the boundary space between mental health and correctional services.
  • Hean, S., Odegård, A. and Willumsen, E., 2016. Relational Coordination between mental health professionals and prison officers: impact on prison officers’ attitudes to offender rehabilitation. In: International Association of Forensic Mental Health Annual Conference 19 June-22 July 2016 New York, New York.
  • Hean, S., Ødegård, A. and Willumsen, E., 2016. Samarbeid mellom kriminaomsorg og psykisk helse: Hvordan jobber vi egentlig sammen? In: Faget i Fokus: KRUS Annual Conference 8 June-9 July 2016 Oslo, Norway.
  • Hean, S., Willumsen, E., Ødegård, A. and Ahgren, B., 2015. Weaving together different disciplinary perspectives in an exploration of integration between mental health and criminal justice systems in Norway. In: 15th International Conference for Integrated Care 25-27 March 2015 Edingburgh, UK.
  • Hean, S., Willumsen, E. and Ødegård, A., 2014. Social innovation to address offender mental health: building social relations between the mental health systems and criminal justice systems,. In: 9th Regional Innovation Policies Conference, 1 October 2014-3 January 2015 University of Stavanger Norway.
  • Clark, P., 2014. “Exploring the National Contexts for Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Practice (IPP): An International Comparison of Forces and Factors”. In: Altogether BEtter Health VII June 2014 Pittsburgh USA.
  • Hean, S., 2014. “The rigorous use of theory to promote the effective development, implementation, and evaluation of Interprofessional Education.”. In: Altogether BEtter Health VII 6-8 June 2014 Pittsburgh USA.
  • Hean, S., 2014. How Other Specialties are Training Teams to Meet Public Needs” Key note, World Ophthalmology Congress, Tokyo 2014. In: World Opthalmology Congress 2-6 April 2014 Tokyo, Japan.
  • Hean, S., 2014. The Future of Medical Education in Developed and Developing Countries: Team Training , Key note, World Ophthalmology Congress, Tokyo 2014. In: World Opthalmology Congress 2-6 April 2014 Tokyo, Japan.
  • Hean, S., 2013. Lack of theory: Educational malpractice. In: EIPEN 4th European Conference on Interprofessional Practice & Education. Quality of life in health and social care. An interprofessional matter 11-13 September 2013 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Hean, S., 2013. Content and constraints: IP training between the criminal justice and mental health services. In: Quality of life in health and social care An interprofessional matter (EIPEN CONFERENCE) 11-13 September 2013 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Hean, S., 2013. A BEME Review: the contribution of theory to the effective development and delivery of interprofessional curricula in health and social care professional education. In: AMEE 2013 (Association of Medical Educators Europe). Colouring outside the lines 25-28 April 2013 Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Hean, S., 2013. Interprofessional Education: From Theory to Practice and from Practice to to Theory. In: Crossing Borders IV 12-14 June 2013 Vancouver Canada.
  • Hean, S., 2012. Challenges facing a systematic review of the contribution of theory to the development & delivery of effective interprofessional curricula in health professional education. In: AMEE 2012 (Association of Medical Educators Europe) The continuum of medicine and the healthcare professions 27-29 August 2012 Lyon, France.
  • Hean, S. and hean, S., 2012. " The Challenges facing interprofessional Networks: a UK perspective". In: Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative 13 May 2012 toronto.
  • Hean, S., Staddon, S. and Clapper, A., 2012. THE READINESS OF PROFESSIONALS IN THE UK MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM TO ENGAGE IN SHARED LEARNING. In: Altogether Better Health VI 4-8 October 2012 Kobe, Japan.
  • Hean, S., 2011. Cross sector interagency working: Financial, physical and mental wellbeing for older people. In: european Interprofessional Education Network September 2011 ghent, Belguim.
  • Hean, S., 2011. Utility of learning theories: Exploring the use of learning theories to strengthen interprofessional education programmes. In: European Interprofessional Education Network September 2011 Ghent, Belguim.
  • Hean, S. and hean, S., 2011. "Theoretical perspectives in Interprofessional Education". In: Oxord Brookes University Seminar Forum 9 June 2011 oxford.
  • Hean, S., 2009. EVOLVING IPE THEORY FOR PRACTICE: THE OUTCOMES OF DISCUSSION FROM A SEMINAR SERIES. In: Altogether bEtter HEalth IV April 2009 Sydney Australia.
  • Hean, S., Warr, J., Heaslip, V. and Staddon, S., 2009. Interagency working between courts and mental health services: the Implications for interprofessional education and training. In: Collaborating Across Borders II: "Building Bridges Between Interprofessional Education and Practice" 20-22 May 2009 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • Bell, H., Gukhool, A., Hean, S. and Warr, J., 2009. Women defendants going through Bristol Magistrates’ Court: the findings of a four month pilot of a women’s advocacy worker. In: NACRO's 9th Annual Mental Health & Crime Conference: Mental Health and Crime : Making the Difference 9-10 September 2009 Loughborough, UK. NACRO.
  • Hean, S., Warr, J. and Staddon, S., 2008. Challenges Facing Interprofessional Working at the Interface between the Court and Mental Health Services in the United Kingdom. In: International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services 8th Annual Conference: The Interface between Forensic and General Mental Health Services 13-17 July 2008 Vienna, Austria.
  • Hutchings, M., Scammell, J., Quinney, A. and Hean, S., 2008. Developing Inter-Professional Collaboration Through a Virtual Practice Community: The Benefits and Challenges of Embedding e-Learning in Designing for Learning Together. In: All Together Better Health IV Conference 2-5 June 2008 Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Hean, S., Craddock, D. and O'Halloran, C., 2008. The application and future of key learning theories in interprofessional education. In: 1st International Interprofessional Health and Social Care Conference 1-2 July 2008 Mary Seacole Building, University of Salford, England.
  • 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.
  • Hean, S. and Macleod-Clark, J., 2006. Them against us? Group identity & students’ perceptions of other health & social care professional groups. In: Altogether better health III 2006 London.
  • Hean, S., Humphris, D. and Macleod-Clark, J., 2004. Initial stereotypes held by new undergraduate health and social care students. In: Altogether Better Health II 2004 Vancouver, Canada.
  • Hean, S., 2003. Can stereotypes be measured? In: The Second Inter-professional Learning in Health & Social Care Conference 24 November 2003 London.
  • Hean, S., Cowley, S., Forbes, A., Griffiths, P. and Murrells, T., 2002. An understanding of how the theoretical attributes of social capital inform instrument development. In: Social Action for Health and Wellbeing Conference 2002 London.
  • Hean, S., 1999. Job satisfaction in science secondary school teachers in Chile and its influence upon student outcomes. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference 2-5 September 1999 Brighton, UK.
  • Hean, S., 1998. La influencia de la satisfacción laboral de los profesores/as de ciencias sobre la actitud y rendimiento de sus estudiantes-resultados prelimnarios. In: Primer Congreso Iberoamericano de educación en ciencias experimentales July 1998 University of La Serena Chile.

Reports

PhD Students

  • Will Dugdale. Collaboration between mental health and criminal justice services in Norway
  • David Halliwell. Approaches to learning of paramedic students using vocational and higher education routes
  • Besty Jose,. Online and real world social participation in Older People
  • Andrew Harding. Advice and information needs of older people when making housing choices (Matched Funded Studentship Bournemouth University/L&G insurance, Elderly Accommodation Council).
  • Suki Alalshaikh. Interprofessional learning at pre-registration education in Saudi Arabia.
  • Jonny Branney. The effects of manipulation on cervical spine inter-vertebral motion patterns and patient reported outcomes
  • Sarah Gallimore. Communication of Xray reports
  • David Halliwell. LEarning approaches in Paramedic Education
  • Barbara Maxwell (VC scholarship). Exploring the processes of designing and delivering clinical IPE within the unique context of primary care
  • Vanessa Heaslip. AN exploration of the experiences of vulnerability from a Gypsy/Travelling perspective

Invited Lectures

  • Norwegian Research Council Oslo 2017 Invited Speaker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHVY1Oj8Bfk Improving collaboration between mental health and criminal justice services: the experience of the Horizon2020 RISE application process
  • Invited speaker at Annual KRUS (Criminal Justice) Annual Conference June 2016
  • Key Note 2015 Why Interprofessional Education, TPSNett Conference , Norway
  • Theoretical perspectives in Interprofessional Education" invited presentation Oxord Brookes University Seminar Forum, Oxford, June 2011
  • • Relationships between interprofessional education and practice Key note for European Network for Interprofessional Education Conference August 2015
  • Writing for Publication workshop, University College Molde, November 2014
  • PROFRES Research School Key Note: Theory in Interprofessional Collaboration and Education October 2014 University of Stavanger http://www.uis.no/category.php?categoryID=14457
  • PROFRES Research School Key Note: Theory in Interprofessional Collaboration and Education October 2014 University of Stavanger http://www.uis.no/category.php?categoryID=14457
  • Hean, S., 2014. The Future of Medical Education in Developed and Developing Countries: Team Training , Key note, World Ophthalmology Congress, Tokyo 2014. In: World Opthalmology Congress 2-6 April 2014 Tokyo, Japan.
  • How Other Specialties are Training Teams to Meet Public Needs” Key note, World Ophthalmology Congress, Tokyo 2014. World Opthalmology Congress, Tokyo, Japan, 02 Apr 2014 - 06 Apr 2014. 02 Apr 2014 (Conference)
  • The challenges and benefits of developing an international network: the In-2-theory network: " invited presentation Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative, Toronto, May 2012

Grants

  • Improving collaborative working between correctional and mental health services (EU Commission Horizon2020 MCA RISE, 01 Feb 2017). In Progress
  • Collaboration— Reducing the burden of offender mental illness in Europe: improving interorganisational collaboration between the mental health and criminal justice systems (EU Commission Marie Curie Fellowship, 01 Sep 2014). Awarded
  • Developing a community of practice to improve health and welfare. A pilot project. (Norwegian Research Council, 01 Jan 2014). Awarded
  • Developing and Applying Social Theories to Improve Interprofessional Education and Collaboration in Health (Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), 01 Jul 2013). Awarded
  • Evaluation of Pathways between Eden House and Mental Health Services (Eden House, Bristol, UK, 01 Oct 2012). Awarded
  • A Multiple Method Evaluation of the Mid Essex Memory Assessment and Support Service (Strategic HEalth AUthority, 01 Jan 2010). Awarded
  • Older People Funding their own Care: KTP with Help and Care (Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) ESRC/HTSB, 01 Jan 2010). Awarded
  • Women in Prison: MIssing Link Evaluation (South West Courts and Mental Health Service Partnership, 01 Jan 2009). Awarded
  • Impact of Economic downturn on older people (Institue of Chartered Accountants Scotland, 01 Jan 2009). Awarded
  • Evaluation of the South West Mental Health Assessment, Advice and Reports in Court Proceedings Pilot (SW Offender Health, 01 Jan 2007). Awarded
  • Evolving theory in interprofessional education seminar series (Economics and Social Research Council (ESRC), 01 Jan 2007). Awarded

External Responsibilities

  • Journal of Interprofessional Care, Associate Editor (2011-)
  • Centre for Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE), Board member (2011-2014), http://www.caipe.org.uk/

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) in BSC (University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa, 1990)
  • MSc in Masters in Biochemistry (University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa, 1992)
  • PG Cert in PG Cert (Bournemouth University, 2006)
  • PhD in Education (Bristol University, 2000)

Memberships

  • Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education, CAIPE board member: http://www.caipe.org.uk/ (2012-),
  • In-2-Theory: Interporfessional researcha and Scholarship Network, Chair (2010-), http://www.facebook.com/?ref=tn_tnmn#!/groups/369496843106395/
  • Journal of Interprofessional Care, Associate Editor (2011-),
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