Joanne Holmes

Dr Joanne Holmes

  • 01202 961584
  • holmesj at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer in Nutrition
  • Bournemouth Gateway Building BG504, St Pauls Lane, Bournemouth, BH8 8GP
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Biography

Dr Joanne Holmes is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences where she holds a 0.7 FTE position. She is Deputy Head of the Department of Rehabilitation and Sport Sciences. Ensuring the delivery of a high quality learning experience for students within the department by supporting staff to embed the latest pedagogic research, blended learning, synchronous and asynchronous teaching techniques to increase learning and ensure evidence based science develops student knowledge as life long learners as well as building a support programme to enhance graduate employability skills. She has led staff to embed these principals to ensure a high quality learning experience evidenced by four years of excellent NSS scores of over 95% overall student satisfaction.

She is an accreditation assessor for the Association for Nutrition and is on their accreditation committee.

She has a passion for older person nutrition and completed my doctoral research entitled 'An exploration of the factors that affect the complete meal experience for cognitively active elderly living in residential care' in 2019 as well as being involved with other research projects aimed at this sector...

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Journal Articles

  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2023. Erratum to: Measurements of daily energy intake and total energy expenditure in people with dementia in care homes: The use of wearable technology (The journal of nutrition, health & aging, (2017), 21, 8, (927-932), 10.1007/s12603-017-0870-y). Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 27 (8), 690.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Joanne, H., 2019. Identifying and managing malnutrition in older people living in the community: the role of primary care nurses. Nursing in Practice – Invited review, 92.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2017. Measurements of daily energy intake and total energy expenditure in people with dementia in care homes: The use of wearable technology. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 21 (8), 927-932.
  • Murphy, J.L., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2017. Nutrition and dementia care: developing an evidence-based model for nutritional care in nursing homes. BMC Geriatrics, 17 (1).
  • Holmes, J. and Murphy, J., 2016. Identifying and managing malnutrition in the older person. Nursing in Practice, 92.
  • Timmermans, O., Dale, S.-J., Holmes, J., De Bakker, A., Riemsliegh, M. and Cobbault, J.-P., 2014. Enhancing ethical practice and critical reflection by the sTimul experience in a care ethics lab: Evaluation of the sTimul-experience. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 5 (5), 65-75.
  • Holmes, J. and Murphy, J., 2014. Nutrition and dignity in care for people with dementia. Nursing and Residential Care, 16 (9), 501-503.
  • Holmes, J. and Murphy, J., 2011. The use of e-portfolios to support professional development of student nutritionists – a pilot study. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society.

Books

Conferences

  • Murphy, J. and Holmes, J., 2018. Impact of innovative training to improve nutrition and hydration in people living with dementia. Presented at Alzheimer’s Europe Conference. In: Alzheimer’s Europe Conference 29-31 October 2018 Barcelona.
  • Murphy, J. and Holmes, J., 2017. Implementation & evaluation of innovative training for care staff to support people living with dementia to eat & drink well. In: 12th UK Dementia Congress 7-9 November 2017 Doncaster.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2017. Evaluation of innovative nutrition education and training for care staff supporting people living with dementia. In: Alzheimers Association International Conference 22-27 July 2017 London, UK.
  • Holmes, J., 2017. The impact on the dining environment in promoting person centred delivery of food and drink for residents in long term care. In: Bournemouth University Post Graduate Conference 8 March 2017 Bournemouth, Dorset, UK.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2016. Nutrition and dementia care: Developing an evidence-based model for delivering person-centred care in nursing homes. In: Alzheimers Europe Conference. Copenhagen. 29th Oct – 1st Nov 2016 29 October-1 November 2016 Copenhagen.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2016. Enhancing person centred nutritional care in nursing homes: the design of an evidence based model. In: Alzheimer's Association International Conference 16-20 July 2017 London.
  • Holmes, J., 2016. An exploration of the factors that affect the extensive meal experience for cognitively active elderly living in residential care. In: Bournemouth University Postgraduate conference 9-10 March 2016 Bournemouth.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2016. The Use of Wearable Technology to Measure Energy Expenditure, Physical Activity and Sleep Patterns in Dementia. In: Alzheimer's Association International Conference 18-23 July 2015 Washington DC. Alzheimer's and Dementia.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2016. Understanding the strategies required to meet hydration needs of people living with dementia. In: Alzheimer's Association International Conference 18-23 July 2015 Washington DC. Alzheimer's and Dementia.
  • Murphy, J.L., Holmes, J. and Brooks, C., 2015. Understanding Nutrition and Dementia – Exploring the impact of training to enhance the delivery of nutrition and dignity for people living with dementia in care homes. In: Dementia: Improving quality through collaboration across Wessex event 21 October 2015 Southampton.
  • Murphy, J., Holmes, J. and Brookes, C., 2014. Understanding Nutrition and Dementia - evidence based learning to enhance dignity in dementia care. In: Wessex Academic Health Science Network 14 October 2014 Wessex AHSN, Innovation Centre, Southampton Science Park, 2 Venture Road, Chilworth, Hampshire SO16 7NP.
  • Holmes, J., 2013. Nutrition and dignity - training successes at Bournemouth. In: Dignity in Care mid term conference 15 May 2013 Ghent.
  • Holmes, J., 2013. Nutrition and dignity - training successes at Bournemouth. In: Dignity in Care mid term conference 15 May 2013 Ghent.
  • Holmes, J. and Murphy, J.. The use of e-portfolios to support professional development of student nutritionists – a pilot study. In: Nutrition Society 70th Anniversary Conference on ‘From plough through practice and policy’ 4-6 June 2011 University of Reading.
  • Holmes, J.. he importance of good nutrition and its role within the sTimul project. In: Dignity in Care launch conference 24 October 2011 Moorselle, Belgium.

Theses

  • Holmes, J., 2018. An exploration of the factors that affect the extensive meal experience for the older person living in residential care. PhD Thesis. Bournemouth University, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences.

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Professional Values in the Food Chain, Food Processing and Product Development, Nutrition Placements (short and long)

Grants

  • Empowering nurses and care home staff to lead excellence in nutrition and dignity in dementia care through evidence based practice learning to enhance the care environment (Burdett Trust for Nursing, 01 Jan 2014). Awarded

External Responsibilities

Qualifications

  • PhD in Food and nutrition (Bournemouth University, 2019)
  • PG Cert in Education Practice (Bournemouth University, 2009)
  • BSc (Hons) in Food science (Reading University, 1987)

Memberships

  • Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST), Fellow (2019-),
  • Higher Education Academy, Fellow (2009-),
  • Nutrition Society, Affiliate (2007-),
  • Association for Nutrition, Registered Nutritionist (RNutr), http://www.associationfornutrition.org/