Stephen Tee

Professor Stephen Tee

  • 01202 962114
  • stee at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Executive Dean
  • Royal London House R714, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

Steve joined Bournemouth University as Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences in September 2015. Before that he was Dean for education at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London and Associate Dean at the University of Southampton. He has worked in the NHS and in higher education for thirty years and provided strategic and operational leadership in a range of senior roles. He was a former Chair of the London Higher Health Group

As a nurse he has worked in acute, rehabilitation and community settings. His research interests include participatory approaches to health care delivery and education particularly focusing on service user involvement. He has published widely on many aspects of nurse education in healthcare and has edited books and journals. He was appointed Principal Fellow of Kings College London and the Higher Education Academy in 2014 and National Teaching Fellow in 2015.

Steve believes strongly that patients and their families should be at the heart of clinical decision-making and care delivery and that we need to ensure that all healthcare practitioners have the values of care and compassion as well as the capability to provide world-class evidence-based healthcare...

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Journal Articles

  • Liu, M., Gu, K., Luo, M., Chan, M., Wong, T. and Tee, S., 2019. An iterative approach to enhance the clinical learning experience in Macao. International Journal of Nursing Sciences.
  • King, D., Tee, S., Falconer, L., Angell, C., Holley, D. and Mills, A., 2018. Virtual health education: Scaling practice to transform student learning: Using virtual reality learning environments in healthcare education to bridge the theory/practice gap and improve patient safety. Nurse Education Today, 71, 7-9.
  • O’Dowd Lernihan, B., Rafferty, A.M., Ryan, S., Tee, S. and Ezhova, I., 2018. Cameos of Compassion: Exploring compassionate care using secondary analysis of digital patients’ stories. Innovations on Global Health Professions Education.
  • Tee, S., Masterson, A., Lee, G., Doyle Blunden, J., Bliss, J., Metcalfe, A., Khan, E. and Titchener, K., 2018. REDEFINING THE ROLE OF THE NURSE ACADEMIC IN PRACTICE: A PILOT STUDY. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Burdett, T., Chow, Y.L., Jönsson, L., Lasater, K., Mathews, L.R., McAllister, M., Pooler, A., Tee, S. and Wihlborg, J., 2018. Case Studies of Interprofessional Education Initiatives From Five Countries. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 50 (3), 324-332.
  • Tee, S. and Curtis, K., 2018. Academic misconduct – Helping students retain their moral compass. Nurse Education Today, 61, 153-154.
  • Heaslip, V., Scammell, J., Mills, A., Spriggs, A., Addis, A., Bond, M., Latchford, C., Warren, A., Borwell, J. and Tee, S., 2018. Service user engagement in healthcare education as a mechanism for value based recruitment: An evaluation study. Nurse Education Today, 60, 107-113.
  • Birks, M., Cant, R.P., Budden, L.M., Russell-Westhead, M., Sinem Üzar Özçetin, Y. and Tee, S., 2017. Uncovering degrees of workplace bullying: A comparison of baccalaureate nursing students’ experiences during clinical placement in Australia and the UK. Nurse Education in Practice, 25, 14-21.
  • Naughton, C., Hayes, N., Zahran, Z., Norton, C., Lee, G., Fitzpatrick, J.M., Crawford, M. and Tee, S., 2016. The development of the Older Person's Nurse Fellowship: Education concept to delivery. Nurse Education Today, 44, 1-7.
  • Tee, S. and Üzar Özçetin, Y.S., 2016. Promoting positive perceptions and person centred care toward people with mental health problems using co-design with nursing students. Nurse Education Today, 44, 116-120.
  • Tee, S., Üzar Özçetin, Y.S. and Russell-Westhead, M., 2016. Workplace violence experienced by nursing students: A UK survey. Nurse Education Today, 41, 30-35.
  • Waldie, J., Tee, S. and Day, T., 2016. Reducing avoidable deaths from failure to rescue: A discussion paper. British Journal of Nursing, 25 (16), 895-900.
  • Waldie, J., Day, T. and Tee, S., 2016. Patient safety in acute care: Are we going around in circles? British Journal of Nursing, 25 (13), 747-751.
  • Heyman, I., Webster, B.J. and Tee, S., 2015. Curriculum development through understanding the student nurse experience of suicide intervention education - A phenomenographic study. Nurse Education in Practice, 15 (6), 498-506.
  • Haymen, I., Webster, B.J. and Tee, S.R., 2015. The impact of suicide intervention skills training on the learning experience of student nurses. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • Tee, S. and Böckle, E., 2012. 'Closing the gap' - A partnership approach to community care education for long term conditions. Nurse Education Today, 32 (7), 822-828.
  • Tee, S., 2012. Service user involvement - Addressing the crisis in confidence in healthcare. Nurse Education Today, 32 (2), 119-120.
  • Tee, S. and Cowen, M., 2012. Supporting students with disabilities - Promoting understanding amongst mentors in practice. Nurse Education in Practice, 12 (1), 6-10.
  • Tee, S.R., Owens, K., Plowright, S., Ramnath, P., Rourke, S., James Claire, C. and Bayliss Jane, J., 2010. Being reasonable: Supporting disabled nursing students in practice. Nurse Education in Practice, 10 (4), 216-221.
  • Simons, L., Tee, S. and Coldham, T., 2010. Developing values-based education through service user participation. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 5 (1), 20-27.
  • Tee, S.R., Jowett, R.M. and Bechelet-Carter, C., 2009. Evaluation study to ascertain the impact of the clinical academic coaching role for enhancing student learning experience within a clinical masters education programme. Nurse Education in Practice, 9 (6), 377-382.
  • Tee, S., 2009. Memory: A Very Short Introduction. PERSPECTIVES IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 129 (5), 239.
  • Tee, S.R. and Jowett, R.M., 2009. Achieving fitness to practice: Contributing to public and patient protection in nurse education. Nurse Education Today, 29 (4), 439-447.
  • Tee, S., Lathlean, J., Herbert, L., Coldham, T., East, B. and Johnson, T.J., 2007. User participation in mental health nurse decision-making: A co-operative enquiry. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 60 (2), 135-145.
  • Tee, S., 2007. Queen Mary should take a reign check [1]. Drapers, 9.
  • Simons, L., Tee, S., Lathlean, J., Burgess, A., Herbert, L. and Gibson, C., 2007. A socially inclusive approach to user participation in higher education. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 58 (3), 146-155.
  • Simons, L., Tee, S., Lathlean, J., Burgess, A., Herbert, L. and Gibson, C., 2007. A socially inclusive approach to user participation in higher education. Journal of advanced nursing, 58 (3), 246-255.
  • Lathlean, J., Burgess, A., Coldham, T., Gibson, C., Herbert, L., Levett-Jones, T., Simons, L. and Tee, S., 2006. Experiences of service user and carer participation in health care education. Nurse Education in Practice, 6 (6), 424-429.
  • Simons, L., Herbert, L., Tee, S., Lathlean, J., Burgess, A. and Gibson, C., 2006. Integrated Service User-Led Teaching In Higher Education: Experiences And Learning Points. Mental Health Review Journal, 11 (4), 14-18.
  • Tee, S.R. and Lathlean, J.A., 2004. The ethics of conducting a co-operative inquiry with vulnerable people. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 47 (5), 536-543.
  • Tee, S.R. et al., 2004. Service User Oriented Research. Mental health nursing, 25 (5), 20.
  • Tee, S., 2002. Promoting Patient and Public Involvement in Primary Health Care: Part 2  Local Case Study. Journal of Integrated Care, 10 (4), 41-48.
  • Tee, S., 2002. Promoting Patient and Public Involvement in Primary Health Care: Part 1  Literature Review. Journal of Integrated Care, 10 (3), 39-45.
  • Tee, S., 2002. Promoting Patient and Public Involvement in Primary Care (Part 1). Managing Community Care, 10 (3).
  • Tee, S., 2002. Patient and Public Involvement in Primary Care (Part 2). Managing Community Care, 10 (4).
  • Tee, S. and Dorey, T., 2000. Families and Schizophrenia. Mental Health Nursing, 20 (2), 10-13.

Books

Chapters

  • Tee, S. and Curtis, K., 2019. Designing for quality experiences and outcomes. In: Gobbi, M. and Hall, C., eds. Handbook of Nursing Education. Sage.
  • Tee, S., 2019. Mental health and ill-health in adults. In: Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., eds. Human Growth and Development in Children and Young People: Theoretical and practice perspectives (Volumes I & 2),. Policy Press.
  • Tee, S.R., 2016. Patient and Public Perspectives on Nursing Leadership. In: Webster, B. and Taylor, R., eds. Nurse Leadership. London: Sage.
  • Tee, S.R. and Newman, A., 2015. Introduction to person-centred approaches in healthcare. In: Tee, S.R., ed. Person Centred Approaches in Healthcare. Maidenhead, UK: OU Press and McGraw-Hill Education.
  • Tee, S.R., 2010. Challenges to Professional Practice. In: Marjoram, B.A. and Hogston, R., eds. Foundations of Nursing Practice. Palgrave.
  • Tee, S., 2009. Partnerships for Public Health: User Involvement to Improve Health and Wellbeing. Public Health Skills: A Practical Guide for Nurses and Public Health Practitioners. 73-90.
  • Tee, S., 2009. Nursing and Multi-Professional Practice in Mental Health Services. Nursing and Multi-Professional Practice. 98-118.
  • Tee, S.R., 2008. Legal and ethical principles for healthcare. In: Marjoram, B.A., Coles, L.M. and Childs, L.L., eds. Theory of Essential Nursing Skills: for Student Nurses and Healthcare practitioners. Blackwell.
  • Golden, M. and Tee, S.R., 2004. Acute Mental Healthcare: Transforming Cultures, a Practice Development Approach. In: McCormack, B., Manley, K. and Garbett, R., eds. Practice Development in Nursing. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Conferences

  • Üzar Özçetin, Y.S., Trenoweth, S. and Tee, S., 2018. Attitudes of Students in Crosscultural Mental Health Care: A qualitative study. In: 7th International Nursing Management Conference 26-28 October 2018 Bodrum Turkey.
  • Üzar Özçetin, Y.S., Trenoweth, S. and Tee, S., 2018. Competency and Perspectives of Nursing Students on Cross-cultural Mental Health Care. In: 7th International Nursing Management Conference 26-28 October 2018 Bodrum, Turkey.
  • Tee, S., 2018. Educating for Connected Health – sustaining personhood in a digital world. In: NET Conference 4-6 September 2018 Cambridge.
  • Tee, S. and Tee, A., 2018. Specialist Nursing Improves Outcomes in Heart Failure. In: Specialist Nursing Improves Outcomes in Heart Failure - Seminar. Macau Polytechnic Institute 26 May 2018 Macau, China.
  • Tee, S. and Scammell, J., 2018. Why do nurses leave or stay? Nurse retention - a global issue. In: NETNEP 2018 | 7th International Nurse Education Conference 6-9 May 2018 Banff, Canada.
  • Tee, S., 2018. What Can Nepal Learn from the Latest UK Technology-Enhanced Teaching & Learning? In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY EDUCATION IN FEDERAL NEPAL 23-24 February 2018 Park Village Resort, Budanilakantha, Kathmandu Nepal.
  • Luo, Z. and Tee, S.R., 2017. Addressing the gaps in the standards of nursing education globally: Comparing the accreditation systems across countries and regions - A case study from Macao. In: Tee, S., ed. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING QUALITY ASSURANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION 21-23 November 2017 Macau.
  • Tee, S., Üzar Özçetin, Y.S. and Russell-Westhead, M., 2017. Workplace violence in Nurse Education: An Issue of Workforce Retention. In: NET 2017: 28th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference 5-6 September 2017 Cambridge.
  • Bond, C., sheppard, Z. and Tee, S.R., 2017. How does leadership competence contribute to organizational performance? A review of the literature. In: Seventh FMIC Annual International Scientific Conference “Healthy Lives and Well-being for All” 5 August 2017 Afghanistan.
  • Tee, S., McAllister, M., Levett-Jones, T., Burdett, T., Chow, Y.L., Johnsson,, L., Lasater, K., Matthews, L., Pooler, A. and Whilborg, J., 2017. Snapshots of interprofessional education to enhance clinical team work and self-efficacy. In: 7th International Clinical Skills Conference Committee 21-24 May 2017 Prato, Tuscany, Italy.
  • Tee, S.R., Webster, B.J. and Haymen, I., 2015. The Patient’s Voice in Health Professional Education in the UK - 10 Years on: Beyond a Tick Box Exercise Toward Cultural Change? In: 2nd International Conference: Where's the Patient's Voice in Health Professional Education - 10 Years On? November 2015 University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
  • Tee, S.R., 2015. Service User Involvement: Where next for the Council? In: Council of Deans Retreat 20-21 May 2015 Crewe.
  • Tee, S.R., 2015. UK Accreditation in Nurse Education. In: Macau Polytechnic Institute 12 March 2015 Macau.
  • Tee, S., 2014. Promoting Resilience. In: Napier University Edinburgh Annual Mental Health Nursing Conference August 2014 Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Tee, S.R., 2014. Working Together to Improve Patient Safety and Quality of Care. In: 6th International Nursing Management Conference October 2014 Bodrum, Turkey.
  • Tee, S.R. and Webster, B.J., 2014. Innovation in Healthcare: What can we learn? In: NETNEP conference 24 June 2014 Amsterdam.
  • Haymen, I., Webster, B.J. and Tee, S.R., 2014. The student experience of ASSIST Suicide Training. In: NETNEP conference 24 June 2014 Amsterdam.
  • Bryant, K. and Tee, S.R., 2014. Achieving student-centred change: user-groups enhance student representation, evaluation and feedback. In: Teaching Excellence Conference 2014 Kings College London.
  • Tee, S.R. and Robertson, A., 2014. Making the most of partnerships with universities. In: Florence Nightingale Foundation Conference 27-28 February 2014 London.
  • Webster, B., Tee, S.R. and Taylor, R., 2013. Clinical Academic Careers. Developing Academic Leadership in Complex Environments. ICN Post Conference Workshop. In: Global Alliance for Leadership In Nurse Education and Science (GANES) 23 May 2013 Melbourne, Australia.
  • Tee, S.R., Baileff and Jowett, R., 2012. A multi-agency partnership approach to the development of an all-graduate nursing programme in the UK. In: NETNEP conference 25 June 2012 Baltimore.
  • Tee, S.R. and Bockle, E., 2011. ‘Closing the Gap’ - a partnership approach to community care education for long-term conditions. In: NET conference 6-8 September 2011 Cambridge.
  • Tee, S.R. and Bockle, E., 2011. ‘Closing the Gap’ - a tripartite partnership approach to community care education for long-term conditions. In: RCN Joint Education Forums’ 3rd International Conference and Exhibition. Beyond the borders: Innovations and challenges for nursing education 15-17 June 2011 Belfast.
  • Tee, S.R., 2010. Managing Change. In: NMC Annual Conference 29 September 2010 London.
  • Tee, S.R. and Webster, B., 2010. Graduate Attributes: Nurse education provider perspectives. In: NET conference 7-9 September 2010 Cambridge.
  • Tee, S.R. and Cowen, M.D., 2010. Supporting students with disabilities - promoting understanding amongst mentors in practice. In: NETNEP 2010, 3rd International Nurse Education Conference 11-14 April 2010 Sydney, Australia.
  • Tee, S.R., Cowen, M., Owens, K., Meakin, S., Sullivan, C. and Seale, J., 2009. Supporting students with dyslexia, mental health problems and physical disabilities – promoting understanding amongst placement and academic staff. In: University of Southampton Learning and Teaching Conference 2009 Southampton.
  • Tee, S.R., Webster, B. and Szarvas, M., 2009. Engaging Students in Curriculum Enhancement. In: NET conference 8-9 September 2009 Cambridge.
  • Tee, S.R., Jowett, R. and Bechelet-Carter, C., 2009. Evaluation study to ascertain the impact of the clinical academic coaching role for enhancing student learning experience within a clinical masters education programme. In: University of Southampton Learning and Teaching Conference 2009 Southampton.
  • Tee, S.R., 2009. Enquiry Based Learning. In: Brunei College of Nursing, Annual Conference 31 January 2009 Brunei College.
  • Tee, S.R., 2009. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. In: Brunei College of Nursing Annual Conference 2 February 2009 Brunei College.
  • Tee, S.R. and Jolly, A., 2009. The Mental Health Practitioner. In: International New Types of Worker in Health & Social Care Conference 22-23 January 2009 London.
  • Tee, S.R., 2008. Surviving your professional doctorate. In: SUADE Professional Doctorate Conference 27 June 2008 UK.
  • Tee, S.R., Jowett, R. and Bechelet-Carter, C., 2008. An evaluation study to ascertain the impact of the clinical academic coaching role for enhancing student learning experience within a clinical Masters education programme. In: NETNEP Conference 9-12 June 2008 Dublin.
  • Tee, S. and Webster, B., 2008. Curriculum Design under Bologna: Exchange of Teaching Experiences. In: IV Intercampus Conference 2008 Spain.
  • Tee, S., 2007. Positive Practice Placements = Quality Patient Care. In: International Nursing Conference 2007 Brunei College of Nursing, Brunei.
  • Tee, S.R., 2007. Developing a Policy on User and Carer involvement in education. In: Sharing Good Practice in Healthcare Education Conference, Skills for Health 2007 London.
  • Lathlean, J., Burgess, A., Coldham, T., Gibson, C., Herbert, L., Levett-Jones, T., Simons, L. and Tee, S., 2006. Experiences of service user and carer participation in health care education. 732-737.
  • Jowett, R., Tee, S. and Webster, B., 2006. Creating a student-centred culture in large School of Nursing and Midwifery in a research intensive University. In: Scholarship of Learning and Teaching Conference April 2006 UK.
  • Tee, S. and Jowett, R., 2006. The role of the higher education institution in contributing to the improvement of safety and quality in healthcare: A fitness to practice project. In: ISQHC 23rd International Conference, International Society for Quality in Health Care October 2006 London.
  • Tee, S.R., 2006. Experiences of service user and carer participation in health care education: A game of snakes and ladders. Developing collaborative practice in health and social care education. In: 1st Nurse Education International Conference 14-16 May 2006 Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  • Tee, S.R., 2004. A co-operative inquiry: Participation of mental health service users in the clinical practice decisions of mental health student nurses. In: Southampton University, Post Graduate Research Conference 26 May 2004 Southampton University.
  • Tee, S.R. and Herbert, L., 2004. A co-operative inquiry into the involvement of service users in mental health nurse practice development. In: Southampton University School of Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship Conference 2 July 2004 Southampton University.
  • Tee, S.R. and Herbert, L., 2004. A co-operative inquiry into the involvement of service users in mental health nurse education. In: Nurse Education Tomorrow Conference 7-9 September 2004 Durham University.
  • Tee, S.R. and Jolly, A., 2003. The Associate Mental Health Practitioner. In: New Ways of Working conference 2003 London.
  • Tee, S.R., 2002. Developing Partnerships in Education. In: Scholarship Conference June 2002 UK.
  • Tee, S.R. and Barkley, M., 2002. The Associate Mental Health Practitioner. In: Workforce Development Conference 2002 Brighton.
  • Tee, S.R., 1999. Partnership Working. In: Partnerships in Care October 1999 UK.

Theses

  • Tee, S.R., 2005. A co-operative inquiry: participation of mental health service users in the clinical practice decisions of mental health student nurses on published PhD. PhD Thesis. University of Southampton.
  • Tee, S.R., 2000. Patient and Public Involvement in Primary Care. Master's Thesis. University of Southampton.

PhD Students

  • Shaqoiaq Dost. Factors influencing the leaders and their personnel in reaching their organisational goal.
  • Mohammad Alkanderi, 2020. Exploring the relationship between pharmacy practice and technology in enhancing the provision of pharmaceutical care services

Invited Lectures

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina, 01 Oct 2015 more
  • Patient and Public involvement – Where next for th, Crewe Hall, Crewe, 01 May 2015 more
  • Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing, Turkey, 01 Oct 2014 more
  • London, 01 Feb 2014 more

Grants

  • Institute of Medical Imaging and Visualisation (Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership, 23 Nov 2018). Awarded
  • Leadership of digitAl health technology Uptake among Nurses in Care Homes: exploring the enablers for nursing leadership to LAUNCH e-health within residential nursing home settings. (Burdett Trust for Nursing, 02 Apr 2018). Awarded
  • Transition, Resilience, Authentic leadership, Commitment, Support: (Burdett Trust for Nursing, 01 Jun 2017). Awarded

External Responsibilities

  • Nanjing Municipal Government and Health District, China, Developing International Health School (2015-)
  • Macau College of Nursing, China, External consultant (2015-)
  • London Higher Healthcare Education Group, Chair (2014-)
  • South London Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Education lead for capacity building (2014-)
  • Napier University, Edinburgh, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care, External advisor (2014-)
  • Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, External Examiner - Professional Doctorate program (2012-)
  • University of Nottingham, Quality Review Advisor (2009-2011)
  • Middlesex University, Member of validation panel - PGT mental Health (2009-)
  • University of Plymouth, External Examiner, Mental Health - postgraduate (2007-2011)
  • Edge Hill University, Liverpool, External Examiner Advanced Practice - postgraduate (2007-2010)
  • Brunei College of Nursing, Brunei, External Advisor (2007-2009)
  • University of Chichester/University of Southampton, Supervisor - Postgraduate Management Programmes (2007-)
  • Journal of the Royal Society for Health Promotion, Reviewer
  • Journal of Mental Health, Reviewer
  • McMaster Evidence-based Journals and bmjupdates, Reviewer
  • Nurse Education Today, Reviewer
  • Nurse Education Today, Editor

Qualifications

  • CSC Commonwealth Leaders Programme in Common Purpose (2014)
  • High Performance Leadership Programme in Leadership (Said Business School, University of Oxford, 2012)
  • PhD in Clinical Practice (University of Southampton, 2005)
  • PGCE in Education of Adults (University of Surrey, 2001)
  • MA in Management in Health and Social Care (University of Southampton, 2000)
  • BA (Hons) in Community Health and Social Studies (University of Portsmouth, 1997)
  • Diploma in Professional Studies in Nursing (1992)
  • ENB 998 in Teaching and Learning in Practice (1992)
  • Registered Mental Nurse in Mental Health Nursing (United Kingdom Central Council, Chichester and Graylingwell School of Nursing, 1988)

Honours

  • Appointed Accreditation Advisor (Macau Technical College, Macau, China, 2015)
  • Appointed Principal Fellow (Higher Education Academy, 2014)
  • Appointed Principal Fellow (King’s College London, 2014)

Memberships

  • Higher Education Academy, National Teaching Fellow (2015-),
  • Higher Education Academy, Principal Fellow (2014-),
  • Higher Education Academy, HEA Academic Associates,
  • Kings College London, Principal Fellow (2014-),
  • London Higher Healthcare Education Group, Chair (2014-),
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council, Registered Mental Health Nurse,
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council, Registered Nurse Tutor,
  • Royal College of Nursing, Mental Health Group,

External Media and Press

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