I welcome applocations in the nutritional care of older people with dementia, instrument development and testing (psychometrics) and nursing workforce issues.
Graeme Smith PhD (1997), Counselling in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, (University of Edinburgh) (NHS funded)
Elaine Haycock-Stuart PhD (1999), Sense and Susceptibility: How Mothers View Accidental Injury Risk And Develop Safety Strategies For Pre-School Children, (second supervisor; University of Edinburgh) (NHS funded)
Ros Derham MPhil (2001), Pain Management for Elderly Patients Following Hip Fracture, (University of Edinburgh) (NHS funded)
Katrina Banningan PhD (2003), Evidence-Based Practice in Occupational Therapy, (University of Hull) (NHS funded)
Prathana Langkarpint PhD (2005), The Development of Advanced Practice Nursing in Thailand: Passage and Process, (University of Hull) (Funded by Payap University, Thailand)
Hayley Dugdall MPhil (2005), An Investigation of Qualified Nurses’ Attitudes Surrounding the Use of Evidence When Selecting Wound Care Procedures, (University of Hull) (NHS funded)
Mohammed Ali Alghamdi PhD (2007), Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Hospital of Senior and Middle Management Towards Health Care Quality Programmes in Eastern Saudi Arabia, (University of Hull) (Saudi Arabian government funded)
Wendy Barker PhD (2008), Enhancing Independence and the Quality of Life of Older People Through Intermediate Care - a Mixed Methods Evaluation, (NHS funded)
Cristina Oroviogoicoechea PhD (2008), A Realistic Evaluation of the Impact of a Computerised Information System an Clinical Practice: The Nurses’ Perspective, (University of Sheffield) (Funded by Clinica Universitaria de Navarra, Spain)
Clare Whitfield PhD (2009), Moving Home: An Exploration into the Experiences of Older People Returning Home from Hospital, (University of Hull) (self-funded)
Silvia Corchón PhD (2009), The Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Strategy to Enhance Nursing Research in Clinical Nursing: A Realistic Evaluation Study, (University of Sheffield) (Funded by Clinica Universitaria de Navarra, Spain)
Samantha Debbage PhD (2009), Do Integrated Care Pathways Improve Patient Outcome?, (University of Sheffield) (NHS and self-funding)
Ana Carvajal PhD (2010), A Spanish Version of the Edmundson Symptom Assessment Scale: Translation, Cultural Adaptation and Validation Studies in Advanced Cancer Patients, (University of Sheffield) (University of Navarra funded)
Samira Al Senany PhD (2010), An Exploration of the Attitudes, Knowledge, Willingness and Future Intentions to Work with Older People among Saudi Nursing Students in Baccalaureate Nursing Schools in Saudi Arabia, (University of Sheffield) (Saudi government funded)
Azam Torabi PhD (2011), The Development and Course of Heart Failure after a Myocardial Infarction, (University of Hull) (NHS funded)
Mahmoud Taher Al Kalaldeh PhD (2011), Enteral Nutrition in the Critically Ill. A Mixed Methods Study of Adherence to Evidence-Based Protocols, Nursing Responsibility and Teamwork, (University of Sheffield) (Funded by Jordanian Government)
Wafaa Al-Johani PhD (2012), The Effects of Teaching Strategies on Saudi Nursing Students’ Critical Thinking and Academic Performance: PBL versus Traditional Teaching, (University of Sheffield) (King Abdullah Scholarship Programme funded)
Rana Al-Awamleh PhD (2012), Pressure Ulcer Prevalence in Critically Ill Patients: a Descriptive Study of the Impact of Nursing Care and Hospitals’ Facilities on Pressure Sore Prevalence in Jordanian Intensive Care Units, (University of Sheffield) (Funded by Jordanian Government)
Mansour Alyami PhD (2013), Leadership Style and Organisational Commitment among Nursing Staff in Saudi Arabia, (University of Sheffield) (Funded by Saudi Ministry of Health)
Yanhua Chen PhD (2015), Developing and Validating a Scale to Study Mentors' Behaviour in Nursing Education, (University of Hull) (Funded by Luzhou Hospital, China)
Tzu-Pei Yeh PhD (2015), The Relationship between Personality and Job Stress, Burnout, Satisfaction and Resilience in Taiwanese Cancer Nurses, (Self-funded)
Current PhD supervisors
Alvisa Palese, Designing Nursing Intervention Studies Concerning Mealtime Difficulties In Patients With Dementia
Amanda Crundall-Goude, What Impact do Anxiety, Depression, Perceived Control and Technology Capability Have on Whether Patients with Chronic Heart Failure Take Up or Continue to use Home-Tele Monitoring Services?
Amanda Lee, A Case Study of Survival and Presentation of Gastroesophageal Cancer in Local Neighbourhoods
Clare O'Connor, Mental and Emotional wWellbeing in Schools
Helen Sissons, Is Vaccination in Preterm Infants Delayed and if so, Why?
Kampanart Chaychoowong, Delay of Treatment among New Smear-Positive Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients in a High Burden Area, Thailand
Maria Sciberras, Female Gender Dominance in Nursing; How do State Maltese First Line Nursing Managers Perceive Career Progression Opportunities into Top Leadership Positions?
Salam Rehman, Developing and Testing a Brief Intervention for Feeding Difficulty in Dementia